*Review the results from R1 and R2
*Analyze trends and results from last / past year(s)
Is applying in R1 or R2 better?
What is the score needed to apply?
What backgrounds are suitable for the school?
How is diversity impacting admissions decisions?
Are there more scholarships and financing?
*Insights to get better results this year
In the last two years people admitted to HBS, Stanford GSB and MSx, Wharton, CBS, MIT, Chicago, Kellogg Tuck, …Oxford, Cambridge, INSEAD, IMD, and other schools joined.
Here are some of their comments:
The seminar for the results and trends was helpful.
It was nice to confirm that the direction I was taking was ok.
It is a very good motivator:)
It was very helpful in understanding how admissions think (e.g., CBS values GMAT, commitment to CBS...) and what I should write, with other successful essay examples.
It was a good starting point. I was able to catch the basic strategies for the application to the schools.
I thought that it was a good opportunity to have an overview of the whole process, especially for someone like myself who had had little knowledge about the key milestones in the MBA application process.
(Cam / Oxford)