To go or not to go, that is the question!
The MBA is not the end-all, be-all. But, it is a good way to signal the market that you are serious about your career. With that in mind, we have gathered a list of the best business schools, the best ways to do gmat prep and naturally, what kind of gmat scores you need to break your way into the hearts of admissions directors.
Do you really need a 720 to get into business school?
How long does it take to prepare for the GMAT?
What will my post MBA salary look like – is this worth it?
While I can’t actually tell you what to do, (seriously, I try that all the time . . . especially the other cars on the road . . . they don’t listen – can’t imagine why) what I can do is give you the facts, share my opinions and then give you some quiet time to decide for yourself.
You have a lot of choices to make and I’m glad to help you make them. Thank you for joining the conversation.
So what makes Miss Mentor and the crew qualified to share opinions on business school and the GMAT? Well, we all HAVE our MBAs and I am still teaching the GMAT for a great boutique firm, ManhattanGMAT. So, yes, we are biased in our assessment of GMAT prep. But, I’ll take the gloves off and tell you why I am teaching for MGMAT – and what I would change about us….
So, when you are ready:
Best MBA Programs (General, Marketing, Finance, Music)