Jeremy Shinewald Talks About the Admissions Process

cclay —  October 5, 2011 — 4 Comments

Jeremy Shinewald, the founder and president of our partners over at mbaMission, was recently interviewed by the Wall Street Journal about the MBA application process. In this interview, he talks about the value of the application essay, what is so special about those top few schools, and why the GMAT is only one important part of the whole application process.

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4 responses to Jeremy Shinewald Talks About the Admissions Process

  1. MBA essays will primarily require to discuss about career goals and potential for managerial success, unique personal attributes, qualifications and experience, your ability to manage difficult professional situations.

  2. I must say that the interview was very substantial. Now I know what steps are necessary for the admission process. This is very useful to people who would want to be admitted here.

  3. It appears like you are generating complications yourself by wanting to resolve this concern rather than looking at why their is really a difficulty within the initially spot

  4. I wanted to say that it’s nice to know that someone else also mentioned this as I had trouble finding the same info elsewhere. Thanks for the answer.

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