MBA and Beyond provide you the tips for admission in Johnson and what they look in MBA applicant. For further information, please contact.

WELCOME TO MBA&B

WE ARE NOW LISTED ON POETS&QUANTS

WHAT DOES JOHNSON LOOK FOR IN AN MBA APPLICANT? 

Johnson looks for the following attributes in a potential candidate:

Strong Acads: Outstanding academic credentials and competitive standardized test scores

Notable career: A resume that outlines notable professional accomplishments

Impact: The desire to make a positive impact and potential contributions as a community member

Clear Vision: The ability to clearly communicate their career goals and the role Johnson will play in the process

WHAT IS THE AVERAGE GMAT SCORE FOR JOHNSON’S MBA PROGRAM?

The average GMAT score for the incoming class at Johnson is 696.

WHAT IS THE AVERAGE NUMBER OF YEARS OF WORK EXPERIENCE FOR JOHNSON? (OR, WHAT THE AVERAGE AGE OF A JOHNSON MBA STUDENT?)

They average an age of 28 and 4.7 years of work experience.

MBA admissions tips

Essay(s): Sometimes candidates overthink the essays. These are not trick questions, there is no hidden meaning, and certainly no ‘right’ answer. The best response is the one that is authentic to you! Before starting to write the essays, it is essential to understand the gaps in your profile that a B-school will help you fill, and have clarity on why you want to go for a certain B-school. Get familiar with the core values and culture of the school and try to see how you can fit in well. 

Interview: MBA interviews are primarily conducted by alumni. Among other things, they are assessing your fit with their culture and defining principles. Applicants who can articulate why they are specifically interested in a B-school and how it’s culture appeals to them will be best prepared.  Interviews are conducted blindly, meaning the only thing your alumni interviewer knows about you is what is on the resume you submitted to Kellogg.

Letter(s) of recommendation: The purpose of LOR is to provide a strong premise to your essays. Do choose recommenders who can share specific examples about your background, achievements, contribution and impact to the organization. Don’t choose recommenders based purely on title.

CV/résumé: The résumé is often the first document that admissions officers review. It provides a snapshot of your candidacy in one page. Take the time to clearly articulate your accomplishments, highlighting the skills or experiences that are most relevant for business school.

Is your consultant from top notch business school? No? Damn!

Hello I am Shantanu, INSEAD MBA Class of December 2017. I coach you to become a top notch MBA applicant. Doing MBA is a business in itself, you put in investment and hope to get good return but while writing application, do you showcase that you are aware of it? I help you with dimensions such as Self Awareness, Market (Applicant) landscape and Strategy, making your application (Essays, LORs, Resume) unique and differentiating your application from thousands of DINGS. We share with you successful and unsuccessful applications to make you realise the difference, which a lot of people lack. Our motto is “I am not a Ding”.

EVERY APPLICANT IS UNIQUE AND SO ARE YOU

We customise our process based on candidate’s strengths and weaknesses

UPCOMING EVENT: Breaking Barriers: Empowering LGBTQ+ Leaders with Pride.Register now