October is here, and it's time for Round 1 deadlines. Now what? To help you answer that question, here's our MBA Application timeline for October. If you are just beginning the MBA application process, it's time to choose the schools you want to go to. For those of you who are sending in your applications this month, it's time to finish up your application form answers and essays.
It’s a good time to be a recruiter at a big tech company. Instead of sifting sand to find a diamond, they’re sorting diamonds to find particularly lustrous diamonds.
That also means it’s a tough time to be an applicant to a big tech company. It can feel like having an MBA from a Top 10 school is table stakes and if you haven’t created a machine learning algorithm that’s working on ending world hunger, you’re out.
Fear not. I polled my friends who career switched into big tech companies by taking detours through MBA programs and found three common themes we emphasized while applying.
If you prefer to learn on a one-on-one environment or are looking to improve a specific area, GMAT tutoring may be the right choice for you. Luckily, if you are a New Yorker, you have many GMAT tutoring options available to you.
You've probably read a lot of articles on MBA websites (such as this one), which discuss how MBA admissions officers are looking to create diverse classes. But, what do they mean by diversity? And, how does diversity benefit MBA students?
Since there are so many GMAT prep companies in New York who offer classroom instruction, it can be tough knowing which one to choose. That's why we have provided details about the most popular GMAT courses in New York.