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Application Procedure

A complete application kit to a normal B-school asks for the following:
  • A Resume (usually limited to 1 page)
  • Letters of Recommendation (anywhere between two to four)
  • Essays (Anywhere between 1 to 8)

  • A resume is an outline of your career so far.
  • It is a document that will give an introduction to the skills you have to offer in addition to highlighting all the professional achievements that you have accomplished so far.
  • A resume should summarize your work experience and achievements neatly.

Letters of Recommendations
  • Letters of Recommendations (LORs) are testimonials from your superiors or professors. An LOR gives a third-party perspective about you.
  • The idea of an LOR is to get an independent observer to testify what you have outlined in your essay.
  • Most business schools require 2 to 3 LOR's. Choose your recommenders carefully. It is advisable to get work-related recommendations.
  • The most important point in selecting a recommender is that he or she should know you well and should have worked with you closely.

  • Essays are the most vital component of the application as they provide you with the opportunity to articulate yourself on a professional and personal level.
  • A good application with bad essays will lead to a reject; and an application with a low GMAT score or poor college marks can still get an admission offer if they are supplemented with very well-written essays.
  • Most B-schools have their own specific essay questions rather than generic personal statements.
  • Admissions essays for B-Schools require that you keep the narrative flow smooth and logical. Each point mentioned must be substantiated with relevant examples and anecdotes from your educational or professional experience.
  • Keep the language simple and crisp.

Tests to take:
  • GMAT