Saturday, September 08, 2007

Apps process started - Second step towards the goal

This week i started with the app process - the second step towards my goal after GMAT.......I hope i complete it in time and with full satisfaction...

But in just 1 week i have realized that this second step is gonna be harder than the first one :) ....

Okk i will start with the schools i have shortlisted:-


1) Chicago
2) Stern
3) Ross
4) Darden
5) Wharton


Also there are some more schools :) :-


1) Stanford
2) Duke
3) Haas
4) UCLA Anderson
5) Kellogg
6) Tuck
7) Emory



So that's make a total of 12 schools and you people can see all the confusions i am into right now :)
Also i cannot apply to more than 2-3 schools in the R-1 deadline because i am already very late for the whole process, the rest of the schools i will have to push to R-2, which will reduce my chance of me getting in due to my IT-male profile :)
I am yet to spend some serious time on putting in thoughts for my essays, but will probably start that tomorrow. I am really stuck on even how to start writing right now.....perhaps, starting to write the essays is the most difficult part of the apps. I hope i make a good start....

6 comments:

Bokaa said...

Nahi Boss! Still working on my H and W- Darden deadline has time, so assuming that I should be able to complete it in time.

mbaboyhk said...

Oh my goodness you are applying to so many schools!!!

I just finished the 1st draft of both Harvard and Wharton. I am very unsatisfied with them but hopefully I'll get my reviewers to give me valuable comments and I can rewrite, rewrite and rewrite (I now 100% understand why people say the best writing is rewriting).

I am so unsatisfied about my essays that I plan to move Harvard to Round 2.

Athena Mentor said...

Since you're interested in Stanford GSB and Tuck, you might tune in for this teleseminar!
Return on Investment: Financing Your American MBA

The eagerly-awaited Forbes report that ranks business schools in terms of return on investment appeared on September 3, 2007. On September 25, Business Coach Krissy Jackson will interview Dr. Marlena Corcoran, Director of Athena Mentor: International University Admissions Counseling, in an enlightening teleconference: "Return on Investment: Financing Your American MBA." Attendees will learn surprising facts and figures on how people finance the most demanding MBA programs--and why "it pays" for MBA applicants to aim high!

Munich, Germany (Bluehost/PRWEB ) September 11, 2007 -- Forbes just ranked U.S. business schools in terms of ROI: Return on Investment. Number One is the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, and Number Two is the Stanford Graduate School of Business. They're great programs--but how do people pay for them?

More at:

http://www.prweb.com/releases/mba/investment/prweb552311.htm

Forrest Gump said...

hey there, feel free to send me your questions. i am a little hard pressed for time, but i will try and do the best i can and answer as soon as possible.

good luck

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