Excuses don’t cut it, say seasoned admissions officials. Here’s what not to say, from the folks who have heard it all
Whether it be gaps in your employment history, significant job-hopping, or a lower-than-you’d like GPA or GMAT score, many prospective B-schoolers have something in their applications that they worry doesn’t reflect their true abilities. Is the worry justified? Actually, say admissions counselors, yes. “If you think the admissions committee will question something, we probably will,” says Alison Merzel, co-director of MBA admissions at Ohio State’s Fisher College of Business].
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