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 Introduction: The MBA School Admission Process

For most students, few processes are as daunting as the MBA admissions process. Competition is fierce at
top business schools, particularly in the prestigious Ivy League programs. Candidates must generally pass
two levels of screening to be offered a seat in the class:
1.
The Numbers. Your GPA and GMAT scores must exceed the minimum cutoff level that the school has
imposed. Selectivity varies greatly among programs, which means that scores that are considered "great" at
one school may not be competitive at another. As a general rule, a successful candidate at a state school
has a minimum GPA of 3.2 to 3.5, and a minimum GMAT score of 600 to 650. At highly competitive
programs, the cutoffs are as high as 3.75 and 700 for the GPA and LSAT, respectively. Candidates whose
"numbers" fall below these levels can still gain admission in special circumstances, but their odds of success
are greatly diminished.
2.
Personal Strengths. Candidates whose "numbers" meet the school's expectations are further evaluated
for their personal
fitforbusiness school. In the pre-interview stage, this "fit" is assessed from the applicant's
essays and reference letters. Without exception
,these documentsmust highlight the skills and traits that
business schools covet, including honor, maturity, a solid work ethic and exemplary communication skills.
A great essay brings your "numbers" to life and provides a creative description of your performance and
potential. It also provides critical information about your personality,
ethicsand integrity that isn't captured
anywhere elsewhere in the application. The BEST essays are short, specific and insightful. They are written
by candidates who know what they want and aren't afraid to go after it.
Here is what the committee hopes to learn from your admission essays:
a. Your specific qualifications, including the depth of your academic and professional experiences
b. Your unique traits that aren't covered anywhere else in the application
c. Your demonstrated commitment to pursuing an MBA
d. How you compare to other candidates with similar aspirations

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