We spoke with admissions officers at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business about any advice they had for new applicants. Here is what we found.Траверсы
Q: What makes a candidate stand out?
A: “We look at the applicant’s undergraduate GPA, postgraduate experience, where they went for undergraduate, what they were involved in, and things like that.”
Q: How do you weight GMAT scores in relation to other materials and factors? What is the most important part of an applicant’s application packet?
A: “It is a holistic process, so I don’t know if there is one portion that outweighs the other. We suggest the GMAT is within the 80th percentile to be competitive.”
Q: Do you prefer the GMAT or the GRE for admissions? Why?
A: “The GMAT is more common, but there’s not a preference one way or the other. A lot of the dual degree applicants will take the GRE because it is a requirement for the other program.”
Q: How will you use the new Integrated Reasoning Section of the GMAT in business school admissions?
A: “To my understanding, there have been no conclusive decisions on how the new version will be reviewed at this time.”
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