Our San Jose GMAT instructor, besides being an accomplished businessman and entrepreneur, is also a very qualified GMAT instructor. Matthew scored in the 99th percentile of the GMAT before he went to UCLA’s Anderson School of Management to receive his MBA. In the past he worked as a Managing Director at Quest Search Associates, but has since helped in the founding of a successful company, Celerity Staffing, a staffing-agency based in Madison, Wisconsin.
I took a GMAT crash course with you in the first week of December. Well I didn't have any questions to ask you in the interim, but my GMAT verbal percentile went from 69% to 89% and my GMAT score went 650 to 720. Guess I made it! Anyway, thanks again for all your help.
For my admission essays, my consultant provided his expertise on editing and structural arrangement of ideas and helped me product finished final products. I received admissions from both my dream schools which are top tier schools. Today, as I decide to join one of them. I cannot thank Craig enough for his services. He is very experienced and uses his experience to guide user on the right track as far as the flow of the essay is concerned. Well, this is besides the excellent editing skills he has. Thanks Craig! -Eric
The Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) offers a general management MBA degree and does not offer degrees in specialized areas such as finance or marketing, although it does offer certificate programs in public management and global management. The school also offers the Sloan Master's Program, a full-time ten-month MS in Management for accomplished mid-career executives and entrepreneurs, in addition to a Ph.D. program.
Discussing your entrepreneurial side in your Stanford application essays is essential, but it should be recognized that all applicants will do so as well. Thus in order to differentiate yourself it will be necessary to be specific about your actions and ideas and how they stand to impact society. Also, be sure to describe in detail particular instances you have had to work with a team in both extracurricular and professional settings.
It is also extremely important to demonstrate how you will contribute to the diversity that exists at Stanford. Many qualified students are denied admission because they fail to do this despite being competitive in all other respects. So take advantage of the lack of a word limit to your essays and tell your story in a logical and clear manner, making clear your interests and unique experience.
Examples of essay prompts previously used by Stanford SBS:
1. What matters most to you, and why? (3 pages, double-spaced)
2. What are your aspirations? How will your education at Stanford help you achieve them? (2 pages, double-spaced)
3. Short Essays. Answer two of the questions below. (1 page, double-spaced for each answer)
a. Tell us about a time when you empowered others.
b. Tell us about a time when you had a significant impact on a person, group or organization.
c. Tell us about a time when you tried to reach a goal or complete a task that was challenging, difficult, or frustrating.
d. Tell us about a time when you went beyond what was defined, established, or expected.
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