Career goals are surprisingly unimportant at MIT. They want you to be more real with them than that. To assess whether you'll be a high achiever in the future, MIT wants to hear about how you've been a high achiever in the past. Where have you made a contribution?
As you might guess, it's easy to stumble on the Sloan app if you've been focusing on your pitch to other schools. This one needs to be different.
This SnarkStrategies Guide covers all the many things that MIT does differently in their MBA admissions processes.
For starters, their essays are different.
Their interviews are definitely different.
How they assess each application is also different.
EssaySnark offers our understanding of the rationale behind these differences to give you insights into their thinking, which will hopefully influence your thinking and help you present yourself in the strongest way possible.
As with all our SnarkStrategies Guides, we will not tell you what to say in your essays. You need to do the heavy lifting yourself. Expect to dedicate a significant chunk of time to figuring out your strategy and writing your drafts. This process will take you some time. Using the advice in this Guide should make the overall process go more efficiently for you.
This SnarkStrategies Guide tells you how to approach MIT's 2012-2013 essays, cover letter, and interview,. Additional up-to-the-minute resources for applying to the best MBA programs in the world can be found at www.essaysnark.com.
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