Most prospective MBA applicants believe that members of the MBA Adcomm all have MBAs from top-tier MBA programs or at least MBAs from other business programs. The reality is that many who are on the MBA Adcomm do not have MBAs, let alone MBAs from top-tier MBA programs.
Although a high GPA and GMAT combination score is something that is admired by the Admissions Committee (Adcomm), it is not the only attribute the Adcomm look at when admitting a candidate. An Adcomm would rather admit a person with a lower GPA/GMAT combination and a good well-rounded background and empathetic view of the world, rather than a person with a high GPA/GMAT score from a perceived elitist.
There is a certain perception that few have, when it comes to part-time MBA programs. Some believe that part-time MBA programs are inferior in terms of academic rigor, sub-par faculty and industry perception. The reality is that part-time MBA programs have the same faculty that teach full-time MBA students and the same rigor.
What is the period during your MBA Admissions application process to physically, verbally and emotionally communicate your passion for the MBA program that you are applying too?
It is during your MBA Admissions Interview. If you are applying to an MBA program and there is interest in your candidacy, then you will most likely be invited to interview with either a member of the Admissions team, faculty member, Alumni member, a current MBA student, or a group of current MBA students.