סרטי גייז ישראלי בחורה פצצה

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What do you think helped you personally secure the scholarships - essays? Any additional information will be welcome. I am in the process of selecting a GMAT course [any rec? It seems we've followed similar paths in our careers I'm a bit older though.

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? 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.

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. 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: Hope it is enough for an initial estimation J Thank You in advance.

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. Managed the operations and HR of the company, including budgeting, market price analysis, inventory control, customer service, and training and directing a staff of computer engineers.

As part of a team, I wrote a detailed business plan using applied marketing research, built a financial proforma projection, and created VC presentations. Both Oxford and Cambridge are relatively new programs. Oxford is considered a bit stronger in terms of rankings and reputation and, consequently, is also a bit more selective - harder to get into.

Both programs are "up and coming" in popularity and repuration, which seems to increase over time. This is true even though the average GMAT of admits is around Cambridge has rolling admissions like Columbia , which is quite unique. Both are friendly to applicants over 30, as most European programs are.

Oxford is larger vs. Both programs are friendly to Israelis and, on the admission side, are a good opportunity for Israelis since they're relatively less known here. Georgetown is about as selective as the above two. Its reputation among employers and candidates is much stronger than its rankings suggest. Like Oxford and Cambridge, this reputation stems, to a large extent, from the power of the university's brand rather than of the business school's per se - the opposite case for Wharton.

Relatively strong on the non profit side as well as in international management education. If the improvement will bring you to graduate with distinction, I believe that the impact is very significant. Thanks so much for your help, FlowerGirl. Your background is very common: You are or have been unemployed in the last three years You have been with your present company for under a year, or you have been employed by 3 or more companies Your undergraduate academic record, GPA or equivalent, is sketchy You have not been promoted in your job or your previous job You do not have referees who will praise you unconditionally Your GMAT is below for a top program You are underpaid considering your level of seniority and responsibility.

You are not sure what you want to do with your MBA You have no clear team experience, or don't know your team player profile You have an arts or social studies background hello, you're a "poet" You were dinged last year from any business school You have another Masters degree, or a PhD You don't have some math or stats in your background You are short of international or intercultural contact experience You don't think you have any weaknesses wake up and get one fast!

You are short of active writing experience and the last time you wrote an essay was at college. With apologies to John Donne, None of these problems are fatal. Everyone has weak points in their application. It depends on how you play the cards you have, to reframe the situation.

All I heard that there were some concerns regarding transcripts. The below info is confirmed by the Wharton admissions committee: 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.

Dear Gilam, Thanks for the help of the entire aringo staff in helping me getting accepted into Columbia's accelerated MBA program. Everybody from the strategist, editors to the interview preparation professionals were great! I know it is not the common case, but my application took 3 weeks to put together.

My editor's instincts were always on target. I got accepted with a 3. My advice to any new applicants is: They know what their doing!! Tal, g reat news! With candidates like you, our part is a piece of cake. 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.

The aringo Team Gilam. I finished Law and International affairs in Hebrew U with Chances of application with this data: 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? 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. I am 26 years old.

I finished my bachlor degree in economics and acounting in Bar ilan university with a 85 GPA. I will take the december CPA bar exam. I would like to begin the MBA program in September at one of the top ten schools. During university, i was employed as an personal assitant to vice presidant of marketing in an investment company.

I would appreciate it very much if you could estimate my chances on acceptance to the top ten schools. I am 25 years old. I am interested in subscribing to Berkeley's Master of Financial Engineering program MSc and I would like to know if you can recommend of anyone who can help me with my application. Harvard and Stanford will be a stretch. I am currently in the "assessment" stage in which I looking for target schools while working on my GMAT my main objective right now is to look for some "married applicants friendly" B-schools.

My future wife and I have just started to put into action our "MBA initiative" and I would be thankful for comments from the forum's participants.

Our main concern is what happens if we are admitted to different and geographically distant B-schools. I would like to know if you know of any school that will most likely have a positive, and preferably enthusiastic, approach to a couple that applies to its MBA program?

Smaller schools Stanford, Tuck, etc. These schools are particularly concerned about "yield" number admitted vs. If they get the feeling that they can "kill two birds with one stone" they may be more excited to take on the couple.

In what light do admission boards see an applicant that redid his GMAT? Is it preferable to "delete" the score if I am not sure that I got a good enough score or that wont hurt me in case I get a substantially higher score?

The last issue that I would be thankful for if it would be addressed is your opinion and assessment regarding our competitive strength of our profiles in terms of admission chances. The missus She Would be 29 by the admission deadline for fall , she has a Bachelors in accounting and economics from the Hebrew university with a GPA of a bit over Her military service is was as an instructor at the Dental Nurse course.

Now for some extra information which, hopefully, will catch the eye of the admission board. She has a dual citizenship and can speak four languages Hebrew, English, Swedish and French. She worked in Europe for a year and did several courses in England and Sweden. Now it's my turn. I would be 29 by the admission deadline for fall I have a Bachelors degree from the Hebrew university in the fields of Economics and Accounting, I have recently passed the CISA exam Certified Information Systems Auditor - got the highest ever Israeli office score and I would probably hold another professional certification by the time the applications would be sent out.

I worked for about two years in a "niche firm" that specialized in investigative and forensic auditing where I was mostly involved in computer based fraud and fraud analysis. Later I moved to an international consulting firm where I work as a Senior IT Consultant specializing in financial systems like dealing room systems, financial risk management systems etc'. Did Aringo ever support a couple who went through the admission process for an MBA?

Does anybody know of a couple who went successfully through such a process? Yes, we did support 3 if I remember correctly over the years. Anyway, as he put it in his reply from a couple of days ago, improving your GMAT score to or above would "significantly improve your admission chances to all the schools you noted".

However, there are some differences in the way these 2 schools view applicants: HBS puts a very strong emphasis on leadership both on and off your day job, so community-related activities can play a significant role here , while Wharton is more attentive to professional experience in terms of both quality and quantity, i. Wharton also puts a lot of emphasis on extra-curricular activities such as volunteering.

I found an old post of Gilam's that illustrates who would be considered strong applicants in Harvard the original is in Hebrew, so here's my adaptation, which hopefully conveys Gilam's messages accurately:. Additionally, HBS really likes strong brand names, so achievements in huge global companies such as IBM or success stories involving high profile figures such as the minister of foreign affairs will be very highly regarded. Furthermore, Gilam suggests the following 2 profiles for competitive to strong candidates in HBS:.

Another good resource is this webpage , which showcases a few application essays that were written by people who were admitted to HBS. OK, I've been rambling on for far too long now - I just hope this helps ;-. However I do prefer a one year program in Europe. I am 29 years old and working at a big american hi-tech company as a global support engineer and I am working alot at customer sites abroad, in addition I am managing the integration of some products we have in their build proccess although I am not a formal manager.

If you think I have a chance somewhere, what do you think I should try to do next at work? I owned a pub-restaurant at the age of for 2 years and lived 4 years in the USA as a child. I served in the Airforce in the inteligence unit. In addition, I'm considering different paths currently. What do you think the impact would be on my candidacy for each of those universities: Promotion to a leadership position in my work either formally or informally.

Based on the information you provided, and assuming strong essays and recommendations, in my estimate you will be a strong candidate with potential for a significant scholarship at MIT and Chicago, between competitive and strong closer to strong, potential for a scholarship at Wharton and Columbia, competitive-to-strong at Stanford, and between competitive and stretch closer to competitive at Harvard. I believe this is likely to have a small to medium at HBS positive impact in your case.

Thanks very much, you're a great help! You're welcome Flower Girl. Do i really need GMT? I am not aware of a leading program that does not require the GMAT. Some programs such as Stanford may accept the GRE under certain conditions it is best to verify your specific circumstances with the program if you are trying to get a GRE replacement.

I'd like to get some feedback on where I stand with the following schools: I'm just starting to look into the various schools so that's it for now Thanks for the great service and support Your candidacy would have been stronger if your BA was Cum Laude, but not much stronger in my opinion.

The weight given to the AWA is relatively low in most leading programs. A grade of 4 will usually not be a concern for the school. Based on the information provided, and assuming strong essays and recommendations, my estimate is that you will be a strong candidate with potential for a significant scholarship at CMU, Berkeley and Duke.

Given your interest in consulting, you may also wish to also look into Darden and Tuck. Both schools are considered strong in the area of general management most applicable for strategy consulting and you will be a strong candidate with potential for a significant scholarship in both.

Being able to work indeed means that you can cover some of the costs and that you remain an integral part of the business world throughout your studies. The part time program, however, may be less fun from the social perspective, and less of a complete "adventure" as the full time program is. In addition, the on-campus recruiters may be more favorable towards the full time folks.

Lastly, check whether your visa status would enable you to participate in the part-time program. You can find a little more information rankings, employment figures, etc. Only later on in my INSEAD in-house event, I realized that any connection between INSEADers and the "outside world" is happening when they go out drinking late at night, after having spent the entire day learning, discussing and having fun in one of the most amazing campuses I've ever seen.

I arrived early to meet with some current students and take lunch with them. The food was great and one could choose between Italian, Grill, Veggie, Asian, French, and much more. The prices for students are a joke, for an entire meal you'd pay no more than EUR drinks included. The chat with the current MBAs was fun and I started to feel great about this place. At first it made sense but then it kinda got annoying and I though people should wait a bit and let the guy talk before attacking him with endless amount of very detailed questions.

After his short session, we had a sample class. The subject was Finance and more precisely: Introduction to options, Antonio we're buddies now: I don't know the dude's real age but he sure isn't your typical finance professor. Regarding the class itself, I think INSEAD were very brave to choose a subject that can be very dull, and in which people's knowledge in the class can vary from none to expertise.

Next was a coffee break thatI really can't compare to HEC's coffee break a few days ago. INSEAD guys and I think Andrew Bueno was the brain behind the day prepared an extremely stylish coffee break with small cakes, fruits, cocktail snacks etc. I was impressed later on in the cocktail I was even more impressed.

After the break we had a short session with Romauld Gallet from Career services. His presentation was kinda standard as well, but he stressed out two important points in my opinion: Next was maybe the single most important lecture in the entire day, with Leila Murat from admissions. She said that when an application is reviewed, four criteria are measured: Some other minor points that were interesting in Leila Murat's session: After admissions we were sent to the restaurant where a cocktail was waiting for us.

As I mentioned earlier, this was even more impressive than the coffee break. I took an orange juice as I needed to drive back home, but beer, red wine, white wine, sodas, etc. The cocktail was very nice and I got some very important personal insights from current MBAs, but the time was already past I am thinking about applying to Cornell for the class of My GMAT score is slightly below this number.

Check out this conversion table, courtesy of Columbia's Graduate School of Business All the schools talk about 4. My average is 86, what is my GPA? In most of the top schools, you will be able to report your grade as is, in line with the Israeli grading scheme.

In the programs that require you to convert the grade to the American scheme, specific instructions will usually be provided on how to do this such as the Columbia link that epony provided you with. I hope this helps. I would be very grateful if I could receive feedback regarding my chances of being accepted to any of the top 20 MBA programs.

I am currently finishing a degree in Computer Science BSc. Drafted into flight academy , continued service in an Electronic Warfare unit in the Airforce. Non officer command position on 13 soldiers in the field. Should I apply for September ? Do you know how many did it this year to Harvard? Last week NYU Stern published new essay questions for candidates. Below is Aringo's analysis and some tips in blue for answering Stern's questions.

First of all, Stern has very specific instructions for their application- it is important that you follow them all. In this essay, the AdCom wants to see that you fully understand what it is that you want to do in the future c and why NOW is the right time. This means not two years ago, not two years from now, but NOW.

This is a good opportunity to highlight the skills that you have gained thus far and the skills that you are still lacking. They basically want to see that you understand why you can't secure position c now. It's not just a matter of a piece of paper the degree — you are lacking strategic business and leadership skills.

Highlight experiences which have helped you realize that you are lacking such skills. It is also important to exhibit an excellent track record, which will guarantee that you are to secure a good job post-MBA.

In the past, part b was its own entire essay and therefore it is very important to relate it to it. You should show that you have undertaken thorough research to learn what the Stern community is like, and that you have an idea as to how you will contribute to it.

What appeals to you about the curriculum, career opportunities, clubs, professors and student life? Ideally, this means going beyond the standard web-surfing. Reach out to current students and graduates. If possible, visit the school and highlight that you sat in on a class, walked through the campus, etc. You want to be very clear that you know what Stern has to offer which will help you achieve the goals you stated in c.

Stern is always compared to Columbia and usually loses. Your chances are significantly higher if you are able to convince Stern that they are your first choice and that you will surely matriculate if you are admitted yield management.

The NYC advantage, cosmopolitan and diverse, works for Columbia as well, so you should do research to highlight aspects which distinguish Stern from Columbia, such as being a more intimate program, more collaborative atmosphere. NYU is definitely all about teamwork. It's very important to show initiative and that you see yourself actively contributing to the school in group settings.

In this way community service is also important. Volunteering ideally from a young age shows that you are the kind of person that wants to contribute. It is valuable to highlight access to top companies and executives in NY, both as contacts and as lecturers. Stern also has good relations with Wall Street financial institutions. In addition, Stern is openly encouraging of career-switchers and offer programs to pair them with mentors from desired industry. However, if you are a career switcher, it should not come out of the blue, it should make sense and not be far-fetched.

For part c , it's important to be realistic. We have found it to be effective to present very clear and plausible post-MBA career goal. If you can include a position and company that you see yourself working in, that is impressive. It shows that you clearly see your future path and what the MBA can afford you. Tell us why you want to assume this position and what competitive advantage you will have in recruiting for that position.

The mission of the Stern School of Business is to develop people and ideas that transform the challenges of the 21st century into opportunities to create value for business and society.

How do you see your two paths unfolding? This is a new essay to Stern and potentially quite a challenging one. Stern is looking for candidates that will shape their community, who possess both intellectual and interpersonal strengths, are highly intelligent, collaborative and committed to flourishing as Stern leaders.

Creativity and sincerity is key here. Assuming you secure that post-MBA job which you discuss in Essay 1, what are the two paths that your career can take? Describe two paths that start from that post-MBA position. One path will probably speak to you above another, so tell us why. By linking your past experience and values, with your newly acquired MBA skills which fit into Stern's vision , you should be able to talk about two parallel paths and reveal an understanding that each could develop depending on the choices and opportunities that arise, or you seek out, as you fulfill your post-MBA career goal.

Part b relates to Stern's vision of "develop[ing] people and ideas that transform the challenges of the 21st century into opportunities to create value for business and society. Here is the opportunity to reveal what kind of leader you aspire to be and what kind of impact you hope to have, both on society and on individuals who will follow your example.

Part c requires great introspection and understanding of how you thrive. This answer can reveal what values are most important to you, and ideally also show the kind of innate leadership skills you possess, thus indicating what kind of future leader you will be. Please describe yourself to your MBA classmates. You may use almost any method to convey your message e. Feel free to be creative.

The "Personal Expression" essay gets into who the applicant is outside of work. They want cool, unique, diverse people and want to understand who you are as a person. They have received crossword puzzles, works of art, sculptures etc. There is also an option to submit a written essay words, again clear instructions and such conventional essays seem to be as effective as other, more 'creative' submissions.

In this essay, you should identify the message you want to convey. Try and reveal something new about yourself. What kind of person are you? What makes you tick?

Are you passionate about helping others, playing team sports? How would you spend a free day? Tell us about how you may chose to break the ice in a new setting. The idea here is to bring in hobbies, extra-curricular activities and community service that serve an accurate reflection of who you are and the values that are important to you.

Please provide any additional information that you would like to bring to the attention of the Admissions Committee. This essay is an opportunity to present explanations for any part of your application that you feel the need to expand upon. It's not a place to present excuses. If you took time off from university to travel, took care of a sick family member, fulfilled your military duties, this is the place to include it.

If you are explaining low grades or testing scores, point to elements in your professional experience that can counter them. As per the instructions, if you are unable to submit a recommendation from your current supervisor, you must explain your reason in Essay 4.

Maybe you are concerned by the threat of being fired, maybe your current manager has only been supervising your work for 5 weeks and is less qualified to discuss your performance and potential. The key here is transparency. Limited offer until the end of June - get a discount on a comprehensive school package for NYU Stern! Hi Gilam, I would like to ask you about my chances of getting into the top 5. What do you think? Thanks in advance, Sure, much luck.

I have a B. I am thinking of Applying to: Our specialty is MBA programs. Hi Gilam, Since the hebrew message turned gibberish, I will rephrase it in English. 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: Thank a lot for your help! Thanks for the great support and effort you are putting here. Just wanted your educated assessment on my MBAchances and compatibility with the different programs.

Post graduate diploma studies of applied finance and Investments - Securities institute of SA. In Israel - moderating a learning program for underprivileged high school students, during university and during my internship. Travelled vastliy in the US, Africa, S. America, Australia, India, etc. Quite some cosmopolitan life you have How do you view my background?

Your diverse and broad international experiences are definitely extraordinary, and they will be a plus. They are likely to have more weigth in European schools, but will also carry weight among US schools. International orientation and experience is one of about 20 admission drivers. In your case, because you're extremely strong on this aspect, it's likely to carry more weight than usual and make a significant impression you'll possibly be remembered among admissions officers as "that cosmopolitan guy".

Your work experience and community activities sound like another strength of your application. One of the primary admission drivers is analytical skills. Thanks very much and sorry for the long post, I just wanted to present you with the majority of the info. Thanx a lot Tomer Hope I helped a bit Here is some background: I am 23, just starting my fourth and last year studying Electricity and Electric Engineering and Computers at Tel Aviv University one of 4 girls of 50 students in the faculty.

Both my parents are from the Computer and Telecommunication fields. I grew up ages at Philadelphia , PA. Finished my matriculation exams with excellence, and received a letter of recognition from the Minister of Education stating I graduated with one the highest averages in the country. Throughout high-school I participated in a program for excellent students supported by Bar-Ilan University, where I completed my Math Bagrut 2 years early with special permission from the Ministry of Education , and started studying courses towards my first degree being Volunteered for National Service for 2 years in the computer field at the Ministry of Defense.

Currently working as a software developer at a blue-chip company accumulating to 5 years experience upon graduation. Which Top schools do you estimate I might be competitive at? Which areas should I strengthen if applying in years? What significance do you see for further volunteer activity during the last year of my degree partial scholarship included , bearing in mind I already have 2 years of volunteering?

I heard that there were some concerns regarding transcripts. Grades, scores or marks should be reported EXACTLY as they are awarded in our case, I guess If applicants school did not report a GPA, then the field should be left blank If the rank in class is not reported by the school- leave it blank. Official transcripts are required if admitted so for now you only need the grades, and you have time later to ask for an official signed transcript from your university.

Make sure, however, that the grades reported match the actual transcript grades Transcripts from exchange programs do not need to be submitted IF the coursework taken on exchange is included in the final transcript of the school from which the student graduated grades may or may not be reported on the final transcripts.

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I'll be applying to Col and W among others next year Sep Post graduate diploma studies of applied finance and Investments - Securities institute of SA. And last question though it might seem trivial - how do you convert the Israeli method of grades into GPA? Use the scoring system relevant to your degree. I finished my bachlor degree in economics and acounting in Bar ilan university with a 85 GPA.

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סרטי סאדו חינם סרטי סקס גרמניים Glory hole good teen fucked! Part c requires great introspection and understanding of how you thrive. Here are the points, updated where applicable: Hi Gilam and all First off - to all that had a part in yesterday's event - my thanks. Thanks for the great support and effort you are putting .
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סרטי גייז ישראלי בחורה פצצה I believe that at NYU you will be somewhere between competitive and stretch, closer to stretch. Thanks in advance, Shai. Is there a corelation between the "psycometric exam" israel mark and the gmat? These schools are particularly concerned about "yield" number admitted vs. Hi Gilam, I would like to ask you about my chances of getting into the top 5. All other options were equal in my eye.
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I wanted to stay in the northeastern part of the US, wanted a general management program, a small intimate class with a kick ass alumni network, they threw some scholarship money my way, I loved my visit there and I was looking for a unique experience.

The school also has the reputation of being very friendly and team oriented which is one of the reasons recruiters at b-schools give Tuckies such high marks. Tuck definitely has a reputation for being very American. Perhaps that was true in the past but I think they have made a concerted effort to increase the international representation at the school. I also think the reason for this is that many international students are drawn to urban campuses because they have never been in the US before and want an "American expereince" that they feel NY, Boston and San Francisco provide as opposed to the suburban bliss of New Hampshire.

Tuck is a bit of a self-selecting school for both foreign and US students. I wish I knew the answer to your last question. I'm just guessing here in my answer. I think that once they decide you can handle the academic rigors of the school based on GPA, GMAT and work experience , they focus on how will this individual fit in to our small community. Tuck's size makes it difficult to just disappear in to the background so they want to make sure you are excited about the school, working with groups and that even if you don't ski or play ice hockey- in your past life you did.

Is there a corelation between the "psycometric exam" israel mark and the gmat? How will my university GPA be converted to the 4. I will finish my university studies at the summer of Do you think this will be sufficient or should i wait for a few more years? Does army service as an officer serve as some kind of employment experience worth mentioning or counting on as a job experience?

I am no expert on the GMAT so please take my answer with a grain of salt. My impression is that there is a pretty close correlation in most cases. I think that most GMAT schools will tell you otherwise, and they probably know better than me.

This is my impression. Well, yes, this is how it works. However, because of the desire to diversify the class, your competition is, to some extent, with other Israelis. The admission committee will try to accept at least a couple of Israelis in any case. Sometimes you will get specific conversion instructions by the school. Sorry I don't have a better answer on this for now - an area we should do more research on.

That depends on where you are applying and what are your credentials - military experience, grades, achievements at work, your age, GMAT, essay quality In some cases, your chances will be significantly higher after a couple years of strong full-time work experience, but in other cases your chances may actually be high, or even higher, if you apply immediately this was my personal case, I think.

This is a few years of full time, valuable work experience, especially if you had an opportunity to practice leadership and teamwork. I do not think that the decision will backfire on the schools: So bottom the schools will still appear in the rankings but will not laundh PR capmaigns. There are other examples: Here are my answers to your questions: Is it possible for your wife to work I am married and have no idea what my wife will do in the duration of the MBA?

Please mention if she gets a visa which enables her to work. She was sponsored for a visa by the organization and received her work visa shortly after we arrived here.

There are some prerequisites characteristics one needs to have BA degree, relevant background, etc. Can you elaborate on your stats? I want to start by saying that the stats are important but more important is how you spin your stats to the school and tailor your application package in a way that would offset your relative weakness. My stats were pretty average: I did have strong work experience in which I significantly leveraged and some extra-curricular activities.

I am asking this alot and looking for opinions. Why did you choose Darden? Were you accepted to any other schools? I actually received a few other offers, including a couple from NY schools. The main reasons I chose Darden are its case method and its relative strength in investment banking recruiting, which was my career goal. Today in hindsight I am very satisfied with my decision because the reality has definitely exceeded my expectations. The case method is a great fit for me as it creates a very interesting learning experience.

It enables you to get to know your classmates very well as everyone participates in discussions. Regarding my career goal, Darden presented to me better investment banking opportunity due to the lower competition. In other finance schools as Wharton, Chicago and Columbia , you are going to have fierce competition for investment banking, on top of the fact that you are an international student and might not have banking experience. It depends on how you like to have your life. Darden is more similar to smaller schools as Tuck, Duke, and Michigan.

How is Darden's placement rates among graduates and internships? Which companies recruit at Darden? I think last year was a very good year. The recruiting environment is very strong now so I believe that the coming year is going to be even stronger. If you want to get a list of the companies recruiting at Darden just go to the website. The strongest industries in Darden are general management, consulting and investment banking.

Does your visa enable you to work, if so, what are the restrictions? I currently have a student visa, which enables you to work during the summer and an additional year post graduation. The visa issue is not a big one. If you get a job the company is going to sponsor you an H1-B visa which lasts for 6 years.

I hope my answers are helpful, and I do hope you apply to Darden. Since you cleared the hurdle including HBS' minimum , I don't think retaking it would be the best use of your time. However, if you do not feel comfortable with this, it's only several hours to prepare for the exam in order to do well on it. People keep saying that every candidate is a "package" and it's absolutely true - the scores, age, years of experience, etc are important, but the value of your recommendations and essays is greater.

Having qualified, here are my "stats": Consider this - the mba student body at stanford has a "grade non-disclosure policy", meaning grades are not disclosed to potential employers, etc. The school does its best to support this policy, realizing that working hard for grades is not the way to get the best out of the program. The gsb encourages students to "step out of their comfort zone", so to speak, and to learn and experience things that they have little background, and in some case real weaknesses in.

Since this translates to lower grades in many cases, the non-disclosure policy makes sense. With such an approach, I find it hard to believe that top grades are essential to be admitted.

In fact, my GPA was far from outstanding. I encourage you to think about the other factors of your application as well. I have a somewhat delicate question: During my years at the Technion, I retook some courses in order to improve my relatively low grades in some courses. On the official transcript, the first time I took the course does not appear at all nor does its initial low grade.

If I don't, my transcript might look a bit odd with some introductory courses towards the end of my degree. I will also be slightly deviating from the instruction of "Please be sure to add classes that you have withdrawn from, dropped, or failed even if repeated. Hi Gilam, I have a somewhat delicate question: Uri, good and important question. In any case, leaving these "excuses" aside, it's probably best to use a few rules to decide here: Adhere to the instructions. If it's ethical, do what's best for your candidacy.

Now, let us assume that the above instruction is the only instruction relevant to this in the application documents. The text of the instruction does not require that you provide the grades of courses that you repeated but did not initially fail. We're also not talking about courses that you dropped or that you withdrew from. So, there is no specific instruction and we can probably move to rule number 2. I'd say the Technion is very helpful here on the ethical issue.

They don't provide the previous grade on the official transcript. My feeling is that ethically you don't have to provide the previous grade, just as the technion does. There is an advantage to showing your previous grades - showing determination, motivation, commitment, perseverance. However, there is a disadvantage - showing lower grades reflects on your analytical skills.

Here comes the issue of context that I opened with. The context of your particular application the grades, GMAT, resume etc. French language and civilization studies. Eli, thank you for the detailed information. Tuck is closer to "competitive", Duke is closer to "strong". HBS and Stanford will probably be on the stretch side.

Anyway, I took the test 3 days ago and scored My background in short: The volunteering project which I led took place under the umbrella of the non-profit org. I think that they ask you not to write the GPA if you're on another scale just not write anything.

How are you doing with everything? What did you do already? According to this conversion, if I finished my B. I always did the conversion just for myself , and just divided my average B. It's nice to know that the GPA score that the school would calculate will be 4.

That's a great GPA convertor, however I think it's related to medical school and I don't exactly see the correlation to grades from other degrees. My undergraduate scores are probably lower than average 79 -- I think this translates into a GPA of 2.

I have two good reasons for this: I think I can write a few lines without sounding whiny about it. My GMAT is ; I have 5 years of strong corporate work experience; I worked hard on my essays; and I have recommenders that will "speak" highly of me.

But I am concerned that they will take my low GPA as an indication that I can't take excel in their academic program. Would you suggest writing the optional essay? Or should I let the rest of my application speak for itself and not draw any more attention to my GPA?

Norgay, I suggest that you do write the optional essay. Particularly the first one. Focus on the dry facts.

Quantify the second one as you did. 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.

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 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 am right now in california, is there any point going over to stanford and asking for somekind of counceling? Basically all of my questions come down to this: CAN I offset that? BTW I am a good friend of M. Pinto who was admitted to stanford this year with your help.

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.

I believe that, under your circumstances, a is likely to have more impact than a Will this make a strategic difference? 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.

Visiting campus may help your candidacy, assuming that, as you said, you don't creat a negative impression. Anything that you can do to advance any of the admission criteria mentioned here: Please send him "drishat shalom hama". 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. 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. Could this fact hurt my chances? 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 Yes, the order which you layed out is usually right. HBS is a lot about leadership.

The Israelis accepted there usually have a strong track record of success on the leadership side work promotions, initiatives, making things happen. As to Wharton and Kellogg, the Israelis accepted there are usually strong candidates along the lines of the admission criteria and they vary in background, character and areas of strength. Every year, candidates are admitted to these 3 programs with GMAT's around Of course, a better GMAT would help and it may be good to re-take the exam if you feel you can do better.

The GMAT is one element of your candidacy. If the other elements are strong GPA, work exepreince, activities and the application is strong essays, recommendations, personal history , everything is still open for you.

Hi, Yes he only had my resume, which was the basis for most of the interview. I did have a chance to ask questions at the end. I think their rationale is that grad school marks tend to be "inflated". In my case my undergrad marks are great, but my grad school marks are low. The first semester of my Master's program my marks dropped so low that I was put on academic probation. I improved my grades and I went on to acheive academic excellence-- I was published in several academic journals.

How will top schools look at me? Will they ignore what happened because it was in grad school? Will the "stain" of being on probation prevent me from getting into top schools? Also, can you give me an idea of the "worst" candidate GPA that you have successfully helped get into a top school?

Most likely, they will not ignore this if they know about it i. Most likely - it will not be a deal breaker. It will be a concern, that can be balanced with the strong undergraduate GPA, strong graduate GPA, the GMAT, and possibly an effective, fact-based explanation if there is such of what happened in your first semester of grad school. Almost every year we have folks with a GPA of who get into top schools.

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.

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'll be applying to Col and W among others next year Sep I saw you managed to get some funding from both schools. What do you think helped you personally secure the scholarships - essays? Any additional information will be welcome. I am in the process of selecting a GMAT course [any rec? It seems we've followed similar paths in our careers I'm a bit older though. 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? 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.

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. 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: Hope it is enough for an initial estimation J Thank You in advance. 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. Managed the operations and HR of the company, including budgeting, market price analysis, inventory control, customer service, and training and directing a staff of computer engineers.

As part of a team, I wrote a detailed business plan using applied marketing research, built a financial proforma projection, and created VC presentations. Both Oxford and Cambridge are relatively new programs. Oxford is considered a bit stronger in terms of rankings and reputation and, consequently, is also a bit more selective - harder to get into. Both programs are "up and coming" in popularity and repuration, which seems to increase over time. This is true even though the average GMAT of admits is around Cambridge has rolling admissions like Columbia , which is quite unique.

Both are friendly to applicants over 30, as most European programs are. Oxford is larger vs. Both programs are friendly to Israelis and, on the admission side, are a good opportunity for Israelis since they're relatively less known here. Georgetown is about as selective as the above two. Its reputation among employers and candidates is much stronger than its rankings suggest.

Like Oxford and Cambridge, this reputation stems, to a large extent, from the power of the university's brand rather than of the business school's per se - the opposite case for Wharton. Relatively strong on the non profit side as well as in international management education. If the improvement will bring you to graduate with distinction, I believe that the impact is very significant.

Thanks so much for your help, FlowerGirl. Your background is very common: You are or have been unemployed in the last three years You have been with your present company for under a year, or you have been employed by 3 or more companies Your undergraduate academic record, GPA or equivalent, is sketchy You have not been promoted in your job or your previous job You do not have referees who will praise you unconditionally Your GMAT is below for a top program You are underpaid considering your level of seniority and responsibility.

You are not sure what you want to do with your MBA You have no clear team experience, or don't know your team player profile You have an arts or social studies background hello, you're a "poet" You were dinged last year from any business school You have another Masters degree, or a PhD You don't have some math or stats in your background You are short of international or intercultural contact experience You don't think you have any weaknesses wake up and get one fast!

You are short of active writing experience and the last time you wrote an essay was at college. With apologies to John Donne, None of these problems are fatal. Everyone has weak points in their application.

It depends on how you play the cards you have, to reframe the situation. All I heard that there were some concerns regarding transcripts. The below info is confirmed by the Wharton admissions committee: 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. Dear Gilam, Thanks for the help of the entire aringo staff in helping me getting accepted into Columbia's accelerated MBA program.

Everybody from the strategist, editors to the interview preparation professionals were great! I know it is not the common case, but my application took 3 weeks to put together.

My editor's instincts were always on target. I got accepted with a 3. My advice to any new applicants is: They know what their doing!! Tal, g reat news! With candidates like you, our part is a piece of cake. 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. The aringo Team Gilam. I finished Law and International affairs in Hebrew U with Chances of application with this data: 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? 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. I am 26 years old. I finished my bachlor degree in economics and acounting in Bar ilan university with a 85 GPA.

I will take the december CPA bar exam. I would like to begin the MBA program in September at one of the top ten schools. During university, i was employed as an personal assitant to vice presidant of marketing in an investment company. I would appreciate it very much if you could estimate my chances on acceptance to the top ten schools. I am 25 years old. I am interested in subscribing to Berkeley's Master of Financial Engineering program MSc and I would like to know if you can recommend of anyone who can help me with my application.

Harvard and Stanford will be a stretch. I am currently in the "assessment" stage in which I looking for target schools while working on my GMAT my main objective right now is to look for some "married applicants friendly" B-schools. My future wife and I have just started to put into action our "MBA initiative" and I would be thankful for comments from the forum's participants.

Our main concern is what happens if we are admitted to different and geographically distant B-schools. I would like to know if you know of any school that will most likely have a positive, and preferably enthusiastic, approach to a couple that applies to its MBA program? Smaller schools Stanford, Tuck, etc. These schools are particularly concerned about "yield" number admitted vs. If they get the feeling that they can "kill two birds with one stone" they may be more excited to take on the couple.

In what light do admission boards see an applicant that redid his GMAT? Is it preferable to "delete" the score if I am not sure that I got a good enough score or that wont hurt me in case I get a substantially higher score? The last issue that I would be thankful for if it would be addressed is your opinion and assessment regarding our competitive strength of our profiles in terms of admission chances.

The missus She Would be 29 by the admission deadline for fall , she has a Bachelors in accounting and economics from the Hebrew university with a GPA of a bit over Her military service is was as an instructor at the Dental Nurse course. Now for some extra information which, hopefully, will catch the eye of the admission board. She has a dual citizenship and can speak four languages Hebrew, English, Swedish and French. She worked in Europe for a year and did several courses in England and Sweden.

Now it's my turn. I would be 29 by the admission deadline for fall I have a Bachelors degree from the Hebrew university in the fields of Economics and Accounting, I have recently passed the CISA exam Certified Information Systems Auditor - got the highest ever Israeli office score and I would probably hold another professional certification by the time the applications would be sent out.

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