Byrne on April 17th that was viewed by thousands of prospective students all over the world see video below. The trio tackled a wide variety of subjects, chosen from both applicants and a social listening study of the most common concerns expressed by potential MBA candidates on community boards and forums. Among them: Is the MBA worth its cost? If you are in an over-represented pool, how can you stand out? How do schools weigh GPAs and standardized test scores against work experience and extracurriculars? Is there such a thing as a perfect application?
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Estimated reading time: 9 minutes. Jacob Roche was kind enough to share his story of being a veteran of the military at Tuck. Tell us a bit about yourself and your military background. I grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and graduated from the Naval Academy in I commissioned into the Marine Corps and became an artillery officer.
Military at Tuck: Jacob Roche
A transformative experience. Tuck prides itself on being transformative and life-changing, and assumes that its graduates will leave as very different people than when they arrived. For that reason, Tuck has a much higher tolerance than other elite programs when it comes to talented and driven students who may not be as clear on their career goals. However, applicants who are uncertain about their post-MBA goals need to show some overall direction in their careers; the school is not interested in attracting aimless dilettantes.
This stuff is downright steamy. Factor in a tight-knit cadre of ambitious, successful people in the prime of life, a pressure-cooker environment, and enough recruiter-sponsored cocktails to irrigate the Gobi Desert, and nature is bound to take its course, so you can click here for more teasing videos. Learn them. Live them.