You thought putting together your applications was hard.
Well guess what?
Now that you’re admitted (or hopefully will be soon!) you’ve got an even harder task ahead of you!
Two years of a full-time top-tier MBA program means you’re going to be WORKING.
Many BSers seem to overlook the fact that, by trying to get into a very good school, that means they will be then attending a very good school.
What makes a school “good”?
It’s not just the average GMAT score of those who get in, or the average salaries of those who graduate.
The part in the middle is where you will be expected to perform! A “good school” by definition is going to push you academically.
You’re going to have to work!
Today we’re offering some tips of how to make the most of a top MBA program — which we expect for most of you to be an on-campus experience. However, some of the points raised today are even more important if you’re a student in an online or virtual cohort or class.
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Want more practical tips on the stage even before beginning your MBA studies? What to do once you’re accepted — our post-admit guide for the tasks ahead and how to set yourself up for success before your big launch back into school.