MBA candidates sometimes disregard the benefit of networking with accepted students before applying, and so lose out on insider information and helpful tips that may lead to admission. In the following article summary, MBA consultant Stacy Blackman shares what sets apart those students who were successfully admitted to Stanford and Harvard Business School.
Passing an international English exam is always a challenge – test takers who manage to make a success story out of their experience typically invest in thoughtful and adequate preparation. People rarely choose to prepare for a high level exam such as C1 or C2 on their own, especially if the degree is required for professional or academic purposes; leaving such an important outcome to self-evaluation and self-preparation is risky and may produce bad results. Therefore, choosing private tutoring or a group course is often a good solution.