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One of the fields that HBS asked to fill out in the self-reported transcript was the estimated "Rank in Cass". Could you please comment on the importance of this field? Given that my undergrad institution, the Hebrew U. I'm not even sure whether NOT reporting was an option at all. Could this fact hurt my chances? I will apply schools: Your schedule is tight. You have less than two weeks until your GMAT. From now until November 8: My gut feel is that the first case may be more relevant for you and for most people.

Is it better to write the application essays in Hebrew first and than translate it with professional help, or write it in English from the beginning? Two issues with the translation option: Most admission officers in fact, everyone I spoke with feel that it's not ethical to do this. Your admission chances are likely to be higher if the langauge is authentic, i. One of the UCLA's essays is: The most significant leadership role that I have been taking is establishment and management of a volunteering project in my work that includes 50 people.

Is it good enough even though the volunteering project is not my everyday work? The short answer is: Definitely a strong story that will give you points on leadership, community contribution, initiative and other admission drivers.

If you have an alternative story that will give you more "points" on the admission drivers, then you may be better off going with the other story. If your essay plan how you distribute your stories between the different essays is such that it will be better to put the volunteer story somewhere else achievement essay, for example so that you can put here another story that fits here but doesn't fit anywhere else, then you may be better off going with the other story.

Hope this long answer wasn't confusing I have some volunteering background in the university worked with a sick child in a broken home, worked in a nursing home but not in recent years.

Alot of extracurricular backgraound personal trainer on the side, writing articles to semi proffesional websites in a multitude of areas, and going now to start a company of my own in the area of nutritional supplements. I did full military service, regular combat position, finished as sargeant with good reccomendations. I am in the process of deciding on my ways in the next years of my life, and need some information to know if I should make some tactical decisions that will help me to be accepted to Stanford in I will be 32 then, and don't mind the younger crowd , as a given I am assuming my current entrepreneuring will not make me a millioner.

I do not want to be seen as manipulative and using adversities I've been through as a crutch or leverage, but if that is how its supposed to be and I am entitled to it all fairness, than it may help balance out my poor GPA.

The facts that you will provide about the ADD and the family situation are likely to alleviate some of the concerns regarding your academic achievements. A strong GMAT is likely to further alleviate these concerns. To what extent will the ADD and family issues alleviate these concerns? This depends on the exact facts which you will present and the exact text which you will use. A strong presentation of strong mitigating circumstances is likely to help but is not likely to bring you to the equivalent of graduating with distinction.

Is there any point re: G I can shoot for but is there any real benefit going over which I can get with a lesser effort or any other number? I believe that, under your circumstances, a is likely to have more impact than a Will this make a strategic difference?

I am using this time to find out about MBA, and maybe start my own business from home or study something, is that adversity of any siginifcant importance to the good side or the bad? I believe that this situation is likely to somewhat hinder your candidacy.

A strong presentation of the mitigating circumstances injury is likely to help. However, working as an employee, or independently and accumulating work-related or leadership-related achievements would probably have been better for your candidacy. I am right now in california, is there any point going over to stanford and asking for somekind of counceling? Visiting campus may help your candidacy, assuming that, as you said, you don't creat a negative impression.

Basically all of my questions come down to this: CAN I offset that? Anything that you can do to advance any of the admission criteria mentioned here: BTW I am a good friend of M. Pinto who was admitted to stanford this year with your help.

Please send him "drishat shalom hama". In terms of admission chances , the rank is class in probably the most important data point concerning your GPA.

The identity of the school, the field of study and the absolute grade e. But the lower your GPA, the stronger you'll need to be on the leadership side.

If these issues do not reduce the reader's ability to understand the content, and if these issues are mostly in the essays - then these issues are not likely to reduce your admission chances.

Oh, you should have seen my HBS essays. But even when I read them today, after all the theory, research and principles we developed at aringo, they still seem great on the content side. I believe that the content is what matters most. Hope this will help you have a more relaxed weekend However, before I do so, I need all the information I can get about the two question I deem as most important:.

Will it be perceived as an advantage over graduates of Israeli MBA programs? Thank you for the thorough review of the Ivey program. It really helps me put things in the right perspective I was referring to Rotterdam.

Rotterdam is one of Europe's 10 leading program in fact, top-7 usually. Their strengths are in Consulting and Technology and Finance to a lesser extent. Depends very much on geography. If you don't speak Dutch, you're still probably more likely to find a position in the Netherlands than in the rest of Europe.

It will probably make it a bit harder for you to attain a strong position in Europe, but it will still be possible and attainable. How many Israelis got an interview invitation from HBS so far? This decision mostly depends on staffing and availability considerations. If your interview is with a Boston-based person, consider flying there for the interview. I flew to Boston for the interview they suggested that I do this on the phone.

In retrospect I feel that it was a good decision. We can only hope the numbers keep rising. I'm seeking for advice. I graduated college in cum laude and worked in research in new york since then.

I took the GMAT earlier this year, almost without studying and got a low grade. It's definitely possible to prepare a quality application if your plan is to sumit the applications in March the last round, which is usually "hardest". If you plan to submit in January - it is very likely that there will be a substantial "price" in terms of application quality. We specialize in MBA programs. I am less familiar with other programs.

If the GMAT is below and there are no special medical circumstances, the chances to be accepted to a top program are very low. It is considered as part-time work experience and it could somewhat promote your candidacy, especially if you had an opportunity to excercise and demonstrate leadership skills. Did you meet with or heard from Israelis attending Cass at the moment, if so what was your inpression with their prospective placement chances?

Lately I've been reading your massages in this forum and I learn a lot from them - thanks for that, I knwo you have limited time. I wanted to ask about 3rd round Vs. What do you think are my chances in general and more specifically for 3rd round? If you're asking if it affects chances - usually not. If you're asking if it affects the interview invitation release date - as far as I know, occasionally it does not always, not systematically.

What are the chances of geeting into LBS on 3rd round in general? Acceptance chances in 3rd round are the same as 1st and 2nd in LBS. Second, when you say the same chances do you also mean the same in terms of the quantity of people per round getting accepted?

Therefore, if we look at attaining an MBA degree in a top school, we can't simply ignore the fact that the tuition requires a trmendous expense, and almost surely some sort of financing. It basically gives us the number of years after the investment has been made that it would take us to cover the original expense made. Now, there are several websites that perform this calculation for you, taking into account the lost salary for te years your studying full-time without making any money, and also the average rate of salary growth post-graduation apparently, you should expect a 4.

Be advised that you still have to make some critical assumptions, but this is a good precursor to the time it would take you to repay your MBA tuition. The good news is that my calculations were exaggerated, mainly by accounting for living expenses on one hand, and not acounting for annual growth in salary post-graduation on the other hand.

In any case, Forbes's calculator estimates 2. I applied to several schools last year. My Gmat score was I have quite good background. I was accepted by NYU and Cornell. I was rejected from Harvard, Kellogg and Columbia. I made the Gmat again and got Do you think that I have a chance to apply again to Harvard, Kellogg or Columbia as reapplicant. In that case, it does sound like re-applying is not out of the question in terms of chances especially at Columbia and Kellogg, but also at HBS.

Dalit answered this one well! I would add a slight tweak my opinion: I was on Dean's list for 3 years of my degree. On the army, I was an officer in one of the technology units in the Air Force. I was working as a software engineer for 2 years and now I am working as a buyer in IBM.

As far as i can tell, they prefer science educated applicants i am an EE , we were three out of EE school at TAU and all of us got to the Case study round. They are pretty keen on MBA studies. I assume that you are applying in the second round. I believe that at NYU you will be somewhere between competitive and stretch, closer to stretch.

Two things to keep in mind: At NYU, focus on and commitment to the school often help a lot. Consider re-taking the GMAT exam if this was your first one. I don't know if you were at the Kellogg presentation 10 days ago at Reichman, but in any case, if you have anymore questions about Kellogg, let me know and I'll be happy to answer.

Everyone else - if you have questions about Kellogg or the application process in general, of course don't hesitate to ask!!! We have a chat just for that here in mba chances , so let me know about any questions and I'll be happy to get back to you. Not enough room to write how much I envy you for starting school in NYC this year.

My primary plans are London, but I am also looking at Columbia. I was wondering if you can give me an estimate about the chances in regular decision compared with the early decision.

Regardless of the school you choose, I highly recommend that you interview - it would only help your chances of getting in and would demonstrate your commitment to the school.

My full answer would be quite a long one as I have been gathering material on both schools for over 3 years now. In a nutshell, these are quite different schools conceptually and even physically speaking. I find the IT life too dynamic, so to speak, and my expectations from an MBA is mainly to acquire tools and networking to allow such a transition.

Does anyone know from which school s one has the best chances of getting into these fields of course, the school s may change from one field to the other?

I understood that rechecking takes up to 3 weeks. I already applied to London Business School and waiting for R2 intereview decisions, so I will not have time to get rechecked scores delivered on time. Gilam, I would like to know how do you assess my chances to apply successfully to Harvard full time MBA program for the class that begins in september My GMAT score is 49 - m, 42 - v I was on the dean's list for two years and finished with a 93 average.

I work for a consulting firm for two years and as an assistant teacher at TAU from which I graduated. Besides that I am the Chairman of the "Peres center for peace" young leaders team for the last year.

The Peres activity will help. I am considering an MBA abroad, preferably US, and would be more than happy to get your estimation regarding my case and chances. I am about 29 years old. My average is about Teudat Horaa Experience Summery: Full time position during learning towards AD. Design of a variety of products and boards. My managerial experience is mostly as project manager of the products I have designed.

It includes work with subcontractors, purchasing etc. As an Application Eng. I also have participated as tech. I have proposed to develop an innovative product that probably would help our company to expose itself internationally. After presenting the concept to some of our customers and getting a positive feedback it was decided to go for it, and I would manage its development.

I know that my major weakness is a low average during my study. Do you think my experience and good GMAT score will enable me to overcome this weakness? On the other hand, can my education minor at technology education be a pro in terms of student diversification? Is it a problem? If yes, can I overcome this issue by explaining that the firing had made a positive impact on my grades?

I have received 89 for my graduation project due to the fact that I have had enough time to prepare it. Hope it is enough for an initial estimation J Thank You in advance. Gilam is the owner of Aringo, but the IIMBA is a student run now graduates organization that is aimed at helping Israeli applicants, current students and graduates http: Mba chances - is a joint venture between the above two groups, Gilam commited to remain impartial which I think he is and we monitor the forum and answer questions, in addition to opening new chats.

Yes, a good GMAT score will help balance the GPA issue since both of these scores fall under the same admission driver analytical skills. The explanation regarding working while studying is also likely to help a bit in alleviating the GPA concern.

Your technology education focus is likely to help - first because both education and technology are relatively appealing areas for admission committees and second because the combination is unique. The fact that your grades went up will help alleviate the analytical skills concern the the GPA will probably raise but is not likely to alleviate the concerns that the firing may raise these concerns are likely to fall under a different category of admission drivers - track record of success, teamwork skills, communication skills, etc.

It will be good to check regarding each university whether you have to provide the reason for leaving each position. If you ethically have to provide the reason for leaving, then what is likely to help is a recommendation letter from the person who fired you saying how great you did on this job and what were the external circumstances that led to the firing.

What is also likely to help is being fact-based and as objective as possible in describing the circumstances. Also, possibly being self-critical and saying what you have learned and how you developed from this.

Am I telling you this to brag? You can read more about ranges of GMAT scores here: I am not sure about the numbers but I know that quite a few of my class mates got jobs in consulting through the milkround this how the period in which all consulting firms and bank come to campus to recruit. There are two issues to consider:. London is the most competitive office. The chances will grow if you apply to another office.

And this is the important point Consulting firms are hiring significantly less for summer than to full time. Of course, if you work there in the summer it will make the full time recruiting easier, but if not - it is still very doable! Check the full time stats in order to compare. We thought it will take him about 6 month to find a job. He got his offer on the last day of my first term 3.

The difficulties are in writing a proper CV, and the recruiting process that is much much longer than that we are used to in Israel he got the offer from the first company he intervied with.

I will be grateful to get your assistance with estimating my chances of being accepted and getting a scholarship if possible for the following universities:. For the last year I have been working as a software engineer in a global high tech company. Also, for the last few years I am involved with numerous volunteering activities.

At Stanford and Harvard you'll be between competitive and stretch. If so, your English probably improved significantly since you last took the test. I also assume that the verbal score wasn't "perfect" the first time around. Under these assumptions, it's probably a good idea to re-take the test unless there are other circumstances which could change the picture here.

Your age is not likely to be a significant concern in most programs. It may be a small concern in some of the programs - less so in Europe. Nop, Don't have any idea. If I get to talk to him I'd update him about your question.. They usually say these requests aren't granted, but I've heard that the chances aren't that low. To clarify the "rules of the game" for this thread -. I answer questions every Monday. We use the following terminology for chances evaluation: It will be hard for you to get in.

It is probably not impossible. Israel is a small place - MBA is great for international business but if you expect to recoup your investment by working in Israel then you are so wrong — better to attend TUA evening MBA.

It is better to apply with more experience. After the staj you will have lots to say in your application. I would say that if you have patience, wait and gain more experience. If not you still have great chances at this time. Working hard while doing the application is not easy but if you are motivated it solves the problem.

As a person with a background at engineering and with four year experience at Intel, Stanford was my natural choice. I think that I will do some more reaserch regarding my chances before letting go. Research about the school, not about chances Worse that can happen is you spend time writing the application which was a fun process itself Best that can happen is you get in and get a chace to spend 2 truly amazing years here.

My point was that if you dont apply, your admission chances drop to zero. I am not discouraging any research, i just think that the research should be around the school and why is it the best fit for you if it really is. From your note I understand that finding a job in the US, let's say for ex. I know that even in Israel it's possible but the chances are near to zero.

T he streets of London are paved with gold, or so the saying goes; and this year MBA graduates from across Europe are hoping to find their fortunes in the city. It is a similar deal for graduates from Iese Business School in Barcelona. According to Alex Herrera, director of career services at Iese: Across the European investment banking industry, MBA recruitment is up significantly, says Alison Trauttmansdorff, head of graduate recruitment for Europe at Goldman Sachs.

Thiri Mon is one of hundreds of graduates who have been attracted to the City. She is now considering a job offer from Morgan Stanley to work in fixed income securitisation.

She was offered the job following her summer internship with the firm, which she and many of her fellow LBS students viewed with trepidation. Post-MBA is one of the few chances you get to change careers. I want to be challenged. Although Ms Mon has not approached any other City firms since her internship, she says several of those she considered for an internship position last summer have approached her again this summer with a view to hiring her.

Columbia Business School in New York reports London is also popular with its students — it is the second largest city in terms of alumni for the school. A recent consulting forum at the school was attended by 22 firms — from the likes of McKinsey to the boutiques and niche players, she says. At the Fuqua school at Duke University, in Durham, North Carolina, it is a similar story, says Sheryle Dirks, assistant dean for the daytime programme and director of the career management centre.

This means that the management consultancy is recruiting more MBAs these days than in the recruiting heyday of Overall, the news is loud and clear. The demand for MBAs is back with a vengeance. Students from the top schools once again have the luxury of turning down a job. In Europe there have been similar increases. Even better news for new graduates is the greater range of jobs on offer. While the finance sector and management consulting have re-established themselves as the dominant recruiters for MBAs, there is a growing interest from other industry sectors.

It is a segmentation that is both functional and geographical. The traditional focus on US and European companies is also changing. Insead, which has campuses in France and Singapore, says 25 per cent of its students now find their first job in the Asia-Pacific region. Recruitment by Indian companies is particularly strong. However, for many students the salaries paid by Indian companies still do not match those paid by European or US companies, says Dora Bose, who is leaving Insead in Fontainebleau this summer to work for Standard Chartered Bank in Mumbai.

When she was looking for a job, she says, her priority was to work in the banking sector in Europe or Asia and to get a job with international exposure. Standard Chartered offered her a job in consumer banking, which she was particularly interested in, and a competitive package to boot. During the dotcom boom, MBAs often chased unrealistic dreams. Are you applying to the same schools that rejected you last time or are you adding new schools to your list?

Are you only applying to them this time because you believe your chances as a re-applicant are low to all the schools you would prefer? Also, I work with very influential clients many of whom will recommend me. Who should I approach for recommendations? Can I use the same ones for different Universities? Thanks a lot, Osnat.

Dear Gilam, I wanted to ask for your expertise in 2 matters: NYU's first deadline was December 1 in previous years. My impression is that the difference in chances between the first round and the second round at NYU is relatively small but is not zero. It's probably better to submit the application in the first round if you can create a quality application by then.

Yes, you can use the same recommender for different universities. Normally, this is the most effective approach - pick the recommender who is likely to provide the best recommendation in terms of admission chances and use this recommender for all schools. First, that the "best recommendation" is not only measured by content but is also measured by who the recommender is preferably, a senior person, preferably a person who supervised your work directly preferred or indirectely, preferably a person who knows you closely, etc.

See additional details on recommender selection at http: Second, that some universities have recommender requirements which are unique like, professor, or peer, or 3 recommenders instead of the usual 2, etc. Therefore, it's important to read the updated, specific recommender requirements of each school. I'm a 2nd year student at Columbia and will love to help you with the process.

I would like to know where can I get more information about expertise of each school? I work in the defense industry for the past five years. I volunteered for the "Atidim program" as marketing representative for two years.

Yair, go to http: In any case I agree that once you are "in", most schools will be at least a little flexible with this point. After all, they decided they want you, and offered you a place in their class. Additionally, because you are applying in the first round, giving you a little extra time should not affect the wait list, so I really see no reason for them to give you a problem.

I would imagine this is true for most schools except for maybe those schools who are known to be stricter about other things as well Harvard. I wonder if anyone could be of assistance with inquiries regarding the Sloan 1-year program at Stanford. In addition, I'd like to asses my true chances of getting in. I only have time to apply first round to HBS and Columbia. I do not have time to submit to ED in Columbia nor to any other program's first round. So, what is worse, in terms of my admission acceptance chances: My tendency is to wait another year and apply all to first round.

But then again, by next year I will already have 31, wich means I will start at almost To any of you who knows how many Israelis got accepted last year on the first round and how many in the second round to the following schools, please provide the information. I refer to the following Business schools:. For the meantime we are still at the holly land Personally I prefer NY your home town, no?

Can you please asses my chances to the leading MBA programs in the U. Bsc in Electrical Engineering avg. Tuck early action round. Now what about other universities results, I will not have them by that date. Therefore I have two questions: If I am not depositing the money by Jan 5th do I loose my place and I will not be considered on their next round results?

This is their policy. In that case should I apply on their first round November 30 round? If you know you will not want to pay this amount until Jan. Harvard will be a stretch. Interview invites then pick up steam and crest in period fr. Nov 15th-Dec 8 or so; some interview invites are by city, typically New York in mid Dec, etc. IF you follow an HBS interview thread, you can usually find out when your city hits.

Sometimes HBS tells you to come to Boston for interview--not sure why in many cases, but those interviews can happen out of city order. In some cases,they really want to test your English or app. If you get city interview, or phone interview often in distant city or International far away place you can request to come to Boston or find out city interview and take it there. IF you aint got an interview invite by Dec. You can also have an invite to interview on Decision Day super rare.

They do not arrange interviws in alphabetical order!!!!!! Or anything else, except list of accepted kids in their own files: And i have been volunteering at ruah tova 2 years. For the past 3 years i have been working in the finance area.

And a year ago i was pulled to a big investment bank in Israel, i manage 2 people allot for my age 24 in this industry. Should i delay my app and get more post B. And what are my chances at the top 20 programs? I just discussed a very similar situation with the head of the admission committee of a top-5 school on Friday, so I can share some updated impressions However, the fact that it's what they call "during college" reduces the effectiveness a bit.

If you think that the position you will hold assuming you delay your application by another year will be significantly stronger in title, in amount of people managed than your current position, it may make sense to wait a year. Can you please estimate my chances to attend the followings school's,and what can i do to improve my chances:. I am still at the very beggining of the procidure so i don't have a GMAT yet but i guess it will be around , my psychometric score is At the moment i work in the Hedge fund industry as an economist for a couple of months.

If it's of any relevance, i were born in Russia and imigrated to israel in You can read a little more about it at http: We have MAP projects in high-tech a few are even local. I did one in Santa Clara that ended up being a local one because the company didn't have money to fly us out there But I wouldn't worry about that as the MAP was built to accommodate learning in the most supportive atmosphere and there's no better opportunity to get out of your comfort zone than choosing a project in a field you have no experience in.

To read more about the MAP program go to http: Ilia, in my evaluation I will assume you are a male if you were female, your admission chances would have probably been higher. Thank you for the valuable information on this forum. I took the GMAT twice while working full time in a demanding position in New York and did not have much time to study. Based only on the information provided, and assuming strong essays and recommendations, I believe that each of the 5 schools you have mentioned will be a stretch in this case.

For Harvard, Stanford - yes. For Columbia - probably yes, though it's best to present the whole case to them and see if you "get lucky" in your specific circumstances.

For NYU - probably yes, but with lower probability than the above schools. The question is whether you can convince them that your situation is equivalent to this will be hard I appreciate your feedback.

According to that scenario, I'll start my MBA at the age of 33 and end it at There is, of course, also the risk of not being admitted which exists in all cases. I am not sure this is true. The fee for 1 year may be higher depends on the program but the overall I investment is likely to be lower. As I mentioned above, there are a few American programs that may be relevant for you.

Also, the option of applying in the third round though the chances are usually lower may be relevant. Please see relevant deadlines from last year we are just about to update this page with this year's low-season deadlines at http: Yes, I do think that the age issue should be a consideration, though the difference between 32 and 33 is small. If you reach 35 by the time of applying - this is likely to have a bigger impact.

I think that the evaluation that I gave you in August still holds in this regard. I would appreciate if you could estimate the chances for me to get accepted to one of the following programs: I am 26 years old. I have served in the army for 6 years. I was in charge of 20 people on a daily basis and up to 80 people on specific situations. I'm a student on the third and last year of my B. The global porn industry has faced numerous accusations that it is abusive of its performers, and that it has led many down a path of drugs, alcoholism and even suicide.

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You can also have an invite to interview on Decision Day super rare. Hameiri, Yham 8 September, Artists: Cool "just got my lbs r2 interview invite Your strategy — what is the "story" you market to the admission board — what makes עינוי זין לסביות יפות unique in comparison to all the other applicants from Israel. While the finance sector and management consulting have re-established themselves as the dominant recruiters for MBAs, there is a growing interest from other industry sectors. Rauchwerger, Daniel 7 October, On the army, I was an officer in one of the technology units in the Air Force. Sheffi, Smadar 10 December, Artists: But the lower your GPA, the stronger you'll need to be on the leadership. Sheffi, Smadar 22 October, Artists:

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I flew to Boston for the interview they suggested that I do this on the phone. In retrospect I feel that it was a good decision. We can only hope the numbers keep rising. I'm seeking for advice. I graduated college in cum laude and worked in research in new york since then. I took the GMAT earlier this year, almost without studying and got a low grade. It's definitely possible to prepare a quality application if your plan is to sumit the applications in March the last round, which is usually "hardest".

If you plan to submit in January - it is very likely that there will be a substantial "price" in terms of application quality. We specialize in MBA programs. I am less familiar with other programs. If the GMAT is below and there are no special medical circumstances, the chances to be accepted to a top program are very low.

It is considered as part-time work experience and it could somewhat promote your candidacy, especially if you had an opportunity to excercise and demonstrate leadership skills. Did you meet with or heard from Israelis attending Cass at the moment, if so what was your inpression with their prospective placement chances?

Lately I've been reading your massages in this forum and I learn a lot from them - thanks for that, I knwo you have limited time. I wanted to ask about 3rd round Vs. What do you think are my chances in general and more specifically for 3rd round? If you're asking if it affects chances - usually not. If you're asking if it affects the interview invitation release date - as far as I know, occasionally it does not always, not systematically.

What are the chances of geeting into LBS on 3rd round in general? Acceptance chances in 3rd round are the same as 1st and 2nd in LBS. Second, when you say the same chances do you also mean the same in terms of the quantity of people per round getting accepted? Therefore, if we look at attaining an MBA degree in a top school, we can't simply ignore the fact that the tuition requires a trmendous expense, and almost surely some sort of financing.

It basically gives us the number of years after the investment has been made that it would take us to cover the original expense made. Now, there are several websites that perform this calculation for you, taking into account the lost salary for te years your studying full-time without making any money, and also the average rate of salary growth post-graduation apparently, you should expect a 4. Be advised that you still have to make some critical assumptions, but this is a good precursor to the time it would take you to repay your MBA tuition.

The good news is that my calculations were exaggerated, mainly by accounting for living expenses on one hand, and not acounting for annual growth in salary post-graduation on the other hand. In any case, Forbes's calculator estimates 2. I applied to several schools last year. My Gmat score was I have quite good background. I was accepted by NYU and Cornell. I was rejected from Harvard, Kellogg and Columbia.

I made the Gmat again and got Do you think that I have a chance to apply again to Harvard, Kellogg or Columbia as reapplicant. In that case, it does sound like re-applying is not out of the question in terms of chances especially at Columbia and Kellogg, but also at HBS. Dalit answered this one well! I would add a slight tweak my opinion: I was on Dean's list for 3 years of my degree.

On the army, I was an officer in one of the technology units in the Air Force. I was working as a software engineer for 2 years and now I am working as a buyer in IBM. As far as i can tell, they prefer science educated applicants i am an EE , we were three out of EE school at TAU and all of us got to the Case study round. They are pretty keen on MBA studies. I assume that you are applying in the second round.

I believe that at NYU you will be somewhere between competitive and stretch, closer to stretch. Two things to keep in mind: At NYU, focus on and commitment to the school often help a lot. Consider re-taking the GMAT exam if this was your first one.

I don't know if you were at the Kellogg presentation 10 days ago at Reichman, but in any case, if you have anymore questions about Kellogg, let me know and I'll be happy to answer. Everyone else - if you have questions about Kellogg or the application process in general, of course don't hesitate to ask!!! We have a chat just for that here in mba chances , so let me know about any questions and I'll be happy to get back to you.

Not enough room to write how much I envy you for starting school in NYC this year. My primary plans are London, but I am also looking at Columbia. I was wondering if you can give me an estimate about the chances in regular decision compared with the early decision. Regardless of the school you choose, I highly recommend that you interview - it would only help your chances of getting in and would demonstrate your commitment to the school.

My full answer would be quite a long one as I have been gathering material on both schools for over 3 years now. In a nutshell, these are quite different schools conceptually and even physically speaking.

I find the IT life too dynamic, so to speak, and my expectations from an MBA is mainly to acquire tools and networking to allow such a transition. Does anyone know from which school s one has the best chances of getting into these fields of course, the school s may change from one field to the other?

I understood that rechecking takes up to 3 weeks. I already applied to London Business School and waiting for R2 intereview decisions, so I will not have time to get rechecked scores delivered on time. Gilam, I would like to know how do you assess my chances to apply successfully to Harvard full time MBA program for the class that begins in september My GMAT score is 49 - m, 42 - v I was on the dean's list for two years and finished with a 93 average. I work for a consulting firm for two years and as an assistant teacher at TAU from which I graduated.

Besides that I am the Chairman of the "Peres center for peace" young leaders team for the last year. The Peres activity will help.

I am considering an MBA abroad, preferably US, and would be more than happy to get your estimation regarding my case and chances. I am about 29 years old. My average is about Teudat Horaa Experience Summery: Full time position during learning towards AD.

Design of a variety of products and boards. My managerial experience is mostly as project manager of the products I have designed. It includes work with subcontractors, purchasing etc. As an Application Eng. I also have participated as tech. I have proposed to develop an innovative product that probably would help our company to expose itself internationally.

After presenting the concept to some of our customers and getting a positive feedback it was decided to go for it, and I would manage its development. I know that my major weakness is a low average during my study.

Do you think my experience and good GMAT score will enable me to overcome this weakness? On the other hand, can my education minor at technology education be a pro in terms of student diversification? Is it a problem? If yes, can I overcome this issue by explaining that the firing had made a positive impact on my grades? I have received 89 for my graduation project due to the fact that I have had enough time to prepare it. Hope it is enough for an initial estimation J Thank You in advance.

Gilam is the owner of Aringo, but the IIMBA is a student run now graduates organization that is aimed at helping Israeli applicants, current students and graduates http: Mba chances - is a joint venture between the above two groups, Gilam commited to remain impartial which I think he is and we monitor the forum and answer questions, in addition to opening new chats. Yes, a good GMAT score will help balance the GPA issue since both of these scores fall under the same admission driver analytical skills.

The explanation regarding working while studying is also likely to help a bit in alleviating the GPA concern. Your technology education focus is likely to help - first because both education and technology are relatively appealing areas for admission committees and second because the combination is unique.

The fact that your grades went up will help alleviate the analytical skills concern the the GPA will probably raise but is not likely to alleviate the concerns that the firing may raise these concerns are likely to fall under a different category of admission drivers - track record of success, teamwork skills, communication skills, etc.

It will be good to check regarding each university whether you have to provide the reason for leaving each position. If you ethically have to provide the reason for leaving, then what is likely to help is a recommendation letter from the person who fired you saying how great you did on this job and what were the external circumstances that led to the firing. What is also likely to help is being fact-based and as objective as possible in describing the circumstances.

Also, possibly being self-critical and saying what you have learned and how you developed from this. Am I telling you this to brag? You can read more about ranges of GMAT scores here: I am not sure about the numbers but I know that quite a few of my class mates got jobs in consulting through the milkround this how the period in which all consulting firms and bank come to campus to recruit. There are two issues to consider:.

London is the most competitive office. The chances will grow if you apply to another office. And this is the important point Consulting firms are hiring significantly less for summer than to full time. Of course, if you work there in the summer it will make the full time recruiting easier, but if not - it is still very doable!

Check the full time stats in order to compare. We thought it will take him about 6 month to find a job. He got his offer on the last day of my first term 3.

The difficulties are in writing a proper CV, and the recruiting process that is much much longer than that we are used to in Israel he got the offer from the first company he intervied with.

I will be grateful to get your assistance with estimating my chances of being accepted and getting a scholarship if possible for the following universities:. For the last year I have been working as a software engineer in a global high tech company. Also, for the last few years I am involved with numerous volunteering activities. At Stanford and Harvard you'll be between competitive and stretch. If so, your English probably improved significantly since you last took the test.

I also assume that the verbal score wasn't "perfect" the first time around. Under these assumptions, it's probably a good idea to re-take the test unless there are other circumstances which could change the picture here.

Your age is not likely to be a significant concern in most programs. It may be a small concern in some of the programs - less so in Europe. Nop, Don't have any idea. If I get to talk to him I'd update him about your question.. They usually say these requests aren't granted, but I've heard that the chances aren't that low. To clarify the "rules of the game" for this thread -.

I answer questions every Monday. We use the following terminology for chances evaluation: It will be hard for you to get in. It is probably not impossible.

Israel is a small place - MBA is great for international business but if you expect to recoup your investment by working in Israel then you are so wrong — better to attend TUA evening MBA. It is better to apply with more experience. After the staj you will have lots to say in your application.

I would say that if you have patience, wait and gain more experience. If not you still have great chances at this time. Working hard while doing the application is not easy but if you are motivated it solves the problem. As a person with a background at engineering and with four year experience at Intel, Stanford was my natural choice. I think that I will do some more reaserch regarding my chances before letting go. Research about the school, not about chances Worse that can happen is you spend time writing the application which was a fun process itself Best that can happen is you get in and get a chace to spend 2 truly amazing years here.

My point was that if you dont apply, your admission chances drop to zero. I am not discouraging any research, i just think that the research should be around the school and why is it the best fit for you if it really is.

From your note I understand that finding a job in the US, let's say for ex. I know that even in Israel it's possible but the chances are near to zero. T he streets of London are paved with gold, or so the saying goes; and this year MBA graduates from across Europe are hoping to find their fortunes in the city.

It is a similar deal for graduates from Iese Business School in Barcelona. According to Alex Herrera, director of career services at Iese: Across the European investment banking industry, MBA recruitment is up significantly, says Alison Trauttmansdorff, head of graduate recruitment for Europe at Goldman Sachs.

Thiri Mon is one of hundreds of graduates who have been attracted to the City. She is now considering a job offer from Morgan Stanley to work in fixed income securitisation.

She was offered the job following her summer internship with the firm, which she and many of her fellow LBS students viewed with trepidation. Post-MBA is one of the few chances you get to change careers.

I want to be challenged. Although Ms Mon has not approached any other City firms since her internship, she says several of those she considered for an internship position last summer have approached her again this summer with a view to hiring her. Columbia Business School in New York reports London is also popular with its students — it is the second largest city in terms of alumni for the school.

A recent consulting forum at the school was attended by 22 firms — from the likes of McKinsey to the boutiques and niche players, she says. At the Fuqua school at Duke University, in Durham, North Carolina, it is a similar story, says Sheryle Dirks, assistant dean for the daytime programme and director of the career management centre. This means that the management consultancy is recruiting more MBAs these days than in the recruiting heyday of Overall, the news is loud and clear.

The demand for MBAs is back with a vengeance. Students from the top schools once again have the luxury of turning down a job. In Europe there have been similar increases. Even better news for new graduates is the greater range of jobs on offer. While the finance sector and management consulting have re-established themselves as the dominant recruiters for MBAs, there is a growing interest from other industry sectors. It is a segmentation that is both functional and geographical. The traditional focus on US and European companies is also changing.

Insead, which has campuses in France and Singapore, says 25 per cent of its students now find their first job in the Asia-Pacific region. Recruitment by Indian companies is particularly strong. However, for many students the salaries paid by Indian companies still do not match those paid by European or US companies, says Dora Bose, who is leaving Insead in Fontainebleau this summer to work for Standard Chartered Bank in Mumbai.

When she was looking for a job, she says, her priority was to work in the banking sector in Europe or Asia and to get a job with international exposure. Standard Chartered offered her a job in consumer banking, which she was particularly interested in, and a competitive package to boot.

During the dotcom boom, MBAs often chased unrealistic dreams. Are you applying to the same schools that rejected you last time or are you adding new schools to your list? Are you only applying to them this time because you believe your chances as a re-applicant are low to all the schools you would prefer? Also, I work with very influential clients many of whom will recommend me.

Who should I approach for recommendations? Can I use the same ones for different Universities? Thanks a lot, Osnat. Dear Gilam, I wanted to ask for your expertise in 2 matters: NYU's first deadline was December 1 in previous years. My impression is that the difference in chances between the first round and the second round at NYU is relatively small but is not zero. It's probably better to submit the application in the first round if you can create a quality application by then.

Yes, you can use the same recommender for different universities. Normally, this is the most effective approach - pick the recommender who is likely to provide the best recommendation in terms of admission chances and use this recommender for all schools. First, that the "best recommendation" is not only measured by content but is also measured by who the recommender is preferably, a senior person, preferably a person who supervised your work directly preferred or indirectely, preferably a person who knows you closely, etc.

See additional details on recommender selection at http: Second, that some universities have recommender requirements which are unique like, professor, or peer, or 3 recommenders instead of the usual 2, etc. Therefore, it's important to read the updated, specific recommender requirements of each school.

I'm a 2nd year student at Columbia and will love to help you with the process. I would like to know where can I get more information about expertise of each school? I work in the defense industry for the past five years. I volunteered for the "Atidim program" as marketing representative for two years. Yair, go to http: In any case I agree that once you are "in", most schools will be at least a little flexible with this point. After all, they decided they want you, and offered you a place in their class.

Additionally, because you are applying in the first round, giving you a little extra time should not affect the wait list, so I really see no reason for them to give you a problem. I would imagine this is true for most schools except for maybe those schools who are known to be stricter about other things as well Harvard. I wonder if anyone could be of assistance with inquiries regarding the Sloan 1-year program at Stanford.

In addition, I'd like to asses my true chances of getting in. I only have time to apply first round to HBS and Columbia. I do not have time to submit to ED in Columbia nor to any other program's first round. So, what is worse, in terms of my admission acceptance chances: My tendency is to wait another year and apply all to first round.

But then again, by next year I will already have 31, wich means I will start at almost To any of you who knows how many Israelis got accepted last year on the first round and how many in the second round to the following schools, please provide the information. I refer to the following Business schools:. For the meantime we are still at the holly land Personally I prefer NY your home town, no? Can you please asses my chances to the leading MBA programs in the U.

Bsc in Electrical Engineering avg. Tuck early action round. Now what about other universities results, I will not have them by that date. Therefore I have two questions: If I am not depositing the money by Jan 5th do I loose my place and I will not be considered on their next round results?

This is their policy. In that case should I apply on their first round November 30 round? If you know you will not want to pay this amount until Jan. Harvard will be a stretch. Interview invites then pick up steam and crest in period fr. Nov 15th-Dec 8 or so; some interview invites are by city, typically New York in mid Dec, etc. IF you follow an HBS interview thread, you can usually find out when your city hits. Sometimes HBS tells you to come to Boston for interview--not sure why in many cases, but those interviews can happen out of city order.

In some cases,they really want to test your English or app. If you get city interview, or phone interview often in distant city or International far away place you can request to come to Boston or find out city interview and take it there. IF you aint got an interview invite by Dec. You can also have an invite to interview on Decision Day super rare. They do not arrange interviws in alphabetical order!!!!!! Or anything else, except list of accepted kids in their own files: And i have been volunteering at ruah tova 2 years.

For the past 3 years i have been working in the finance area. And a year ago i was pulled to a big investment bank in Israel, i manage 2 people allot for my age 24 in this industry. Should i delay my app and get more post B. And what are my chances at the top 20 programs? I just discussed a very similar situation with the head of the admission committee of a top-5 school on Friday, so I can share some updated impressions However, the fact that it's what they call "during college" reduces the effectiveness a bit.

If you think that the position you will hold assuming you delay your application by another year will be significantly stronger in title, in amount of people managed than your current position, it may make sense to wait a year. Can you please estimate my chances to attend the followings school's,and what can i do to improve my chances:. I am still at the very beggining of the procidure so i don't have a GMAT yet but i guess it will be around , my psychometric score is At the moment i work in the Hedge fund industry as an economist for a couple of months.

If it's of any relevance, i were born in Russia and imigrated to israel in You can read a little more about it at http: We have MAP projects in high-tech a few are even local. I did one in Santa Clara that ended up being a local one because the company didn't have money to fly us out there But I wouldn't worry about that as the MAP was built to accommodate learning in the most supportive atmosphere and there's no better opportunity to get out of your comfort zone than choosing a project in a field you have no experience in.

To read more about the MAP program go to http: Ilia, in my evaluation I will assume you are a male if you were female, your admission chances would have probably been higher. Thank you for the valuable information on this forum. I took the GMAT twice while working full time in a demanding position in New York and did not have much time to study. Based only on the information provided, and assuming strong essays and recommendations, I believe that each of the 5 schools you have mentioned will be a stretch in this case.

For Harvard, Stanford - yes. For Columbia - probably yes, though it's best to present the whole case to them and see if you "get lucky" in your specific circumstances. For NYU - probably yes, but with lower probability than the above schools.

The question is whether you can convince them that your situation is equivalent to this will be hard I appreciate your feedback. According to that scenario, I'll start my MBA at the age of 33 and end it at There is, of course, also the risk of not being admitted which exists in all cases. I am not sure this is true. The fee for 1 year may be higher depends on the program but the overall I investment is likely to be lower.

As I mentioned above, there are a few American programs that may be relevant for you. Also, the option of applying in the third round though the chances are usually lower may be relevant. Please see relevant deadlines from last year we are just about to update this page with this year's low-season deadlines at http: Yes, I do think that the age issue should be a consideration, though the difference between 32 and 33 is small.

If you reach 35 by the time of applying - this is likely to have a bigger impact. I think that the evaluation that I gave you in August still holds in this regard. I would appreciate if you could estimate the chances for me to get accepted to one of the following programs: I am 26 years old. I have served in the army for 6 years. I was in charge of 20 people on a daily basis and up to 80 people on specific situations. I'm a student on the third and last year of my B.

I have received two excellence scholarships in the past two years. During the last year and a half I have been working at Intel as a Finance Analyst daily work with people from Europe and the U. I expect to receive around on my GMAT my psychometric is In addition to the above, could you estimate the affect that a couple of years working experience in a consulting firm in Israel will have on my application process and chances for getting a scholarship?

Overall I think that if we're talking about a company like Shaldor or POC and about a consultant rather than manager position, the contribution to your candidacy will be low. I hope all is well. I'm Argentinean orginally, raised in Israel and spent the last two years in New York working for a financial services company. My post-graduate experience is only the 2 years in NY, but I worked as a team leader through college and also co-founded a tech start-up.

I have a in my GMAT with a high undergrad avg. How do you estimate my chances of acceptance and what do you recommend stressing in the application? I am not an expert in assessing your chances. That's why Gilam is here in the next thread. In genera stress international experience and exposure diversity is huge in the school , leadership, team work and why you really want to come to LBS.

Let me know if you have more specific questions. I hope you are enjoying this week off, as no decisions or interview invites are being sent out this week.

It should give everyone some time to re-charge their batteries and calm down a bit. Good luck to us all, and may be a year full of good news and great new experiences for us all. The aringo Team Gilam. Id appreciate your response on assessing my admission chances to MBA programs.

What are my chances in entering LBS? Could you recommend programs which I would be a likely candidate? For our purposes we'll assume that you're managing people.

Nir, I was planning to base our recommendation on a "guess" that you're interested in technology-oriented MBA programs programs focused on management in a high-tech environment but then saw that you mentioned LBS, which is relatively strong in finance. So, I will mostly base the recommendations on rankings and admission chances. At Cornell you'll probably be between competitive and stretch.

LBS is likely to be a stretch a bit towards competitive. Stanford will be a stretch. To clarify the "rules of the game" for this thread: We answer questions every Monday. Stretch To the best of our experience, candidates with similar profiles rarely get accepted to this program. The result will be greatly influenced by: Profiles of other applicants in the same round, and b. The identity and mood! That is why I applied to four schools that I thought I have chances to be accepted to, and hopefully one would be a success surprise, surprise - that is exactly what happened.

MIT is defenitly the most fit for me, because of my background. As far as fit is concerned, I think that I fit in all of them. The thing that appeals to me the most in european schools is the proximity to Israel.

London also is appealing beside the obvious reasons, my partner will get an automatic work permit. I also applied to several R2 schools. I don't know what to do about those now.

MIT wanted an answer until the middle of March. I'm going abroad next week for three weeks, so I will have plenty of time to think about it. Congratulations to all the new MIT admits and especially to you, Shimon! I bet you all deserve this. Shimon, I know the long way you've made up to this point and I'm so happy for you! Some rest, at last I finished Law and International affairs in Hebrew U with Chances of application with this data: Recently people asked me about the resources they should use while trying to gather information on MBA in general and on specific schools.

Here are some resources I found useful: I must first join all congratulations for how wonderful and useful this site is. I actually already initiated contact with aringo and looking forward towards my first appointment.

But, I kinda wanted to get your general impression of my candidacy before I begin. I'm thinking about Harvard, Stanford, Columbia, Tuck, Duke, Berkley or Ross but basically others among top 10 and 20 are also an option. Can you tell what my chances are? Should I be aiming towards different programs where I might have better chances? Just got a R2 interview invite from LBS!! My impression that you'll be competitive-to-stretch at Harvard and Stanford. So, looks like you have a fairly well-diversified and balanced list of schools here.

We met in her office for 1. There might be a lesson here-- if you and the interviewer are both Israeli, it might be a good idea to insist on speaking English for the entire interview, just to impress the interviewer. We spent an hour talking about my work experience. She didn't have a background in my industry pharmaceuticals but we spoke a lot about cultural differences in Israeli culture as it relates to the workplace.

She was fairly balanced about whether doing an overseas MBA is worth it. The consistent message was that you will need to work in Europe or the U. I had heard these questions from other members here in the MBA Chances forum, so I had already tried to cover these questions in my casual discussion with the interviewer.

At the end of the interview she asked me to let her know if I decide to study at INSEAD which is always a good sign that the interview went well. After the interview I went to the Dizengoff Center.

I finished my bachlor degree in economics and acounting in Bar ilan university with a 85 GPA.

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