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Make a Calendar – Plan your priorities systematically

 

Let us take a look at the timeline, for Round - 1.

MBA calender round 1

 

  • In the spring, you should start gathering the information.
  • You can study during March, April and May.
  • During June, you can start taking the standardized tests.
  • During July, August and September- you can work on writing essays.
  • During August, September- the application forms will be out. You should fill them carefully.
  • In October November- you can submit the application form and start preparing for the interviews.
  • In December- If you have followed every step, and done reasonably well, then you can sit back and relax, with an acceptance letter in hand.

For your better understanding please refer to the below calendar.

What if I am applying in Round - 2?

MBA calender round 2

 

If you are applying in round 2, then you need to start collecting the information from the month of June.

  • You should prepare for the GMAT, during July, August and September.
  • During October, November you can start taking the standardized tests.
  • During October, November, you can coach your recommender on how to write and what to write, in your letter of recommendation.
  • You can start writing your essays, during October, November and December.
  • In January, February, you can fill up and submit your application.
  • In the month of April, the decision for round 2 will be out.

For your better understanding please refer to the below calendar.

So, if you have done a good job, then you should be getting ready to get into the business school of your choice.

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