Posted on May 7, 2012 by Graduate Management Admission Council
Associate Dean and Director of Admission
Atkinson Graduate School of Management
Yes, you can. MBA programs are changing. Different MBA programs are designed to meet different goals. Students who want to complete their MBA early in their career have the opportunity to select an MBA program designed specifically for recent college graduates and students with one to three years of experience who are seeking their first professional position. These programs are generally referred to as “early career” MBA programs because they provide early career students the full range of real professional experience, knowledge, and the career management tools needed to succeed as early career professionals.
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Posted on September 12, 2011 by Graduate Management Admission Council
Provided by Pat Harrison, Associate Director of Admissions at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
Dartmouth University, Tuck School of Business
Take quantitative classes while you still have the opportunity – an MBA program is very quantitative. If you haven’t taken many, or any, quant classes, consider taking some while you are still in school or after you graduate. Helpful classes are financial accounting, statistics, and microeconomics. Taking classes demonstrates your ability to handle the work and having familiarity with the concepts will make you a more confident student once you start business school.
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