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Take the time to do some self-reflection before you start the MBA application process.
Complete a self-assessment to figure out which aspect of business is the best career fit.
Swallow your pride and cast a critical eye over your MBA application to figure out why it was rejected.
Unlike most MBA programs, specialized master's degree programs don't require years of work experience.
Take advantage of face-to-face meetings and pick up the phone to network in an online MBA program.
Change privacy settings and untag photos to make sure social media represents you as an MBA applicant.
For some students, a certificate or just a few courses are enough to get a promotion – and a raise.
Columbia joins the list of schools where full-time students average the highest GMAT scores.
Have an agenda for meetings and meet at least once per term to maximize graduate school advising.
Make sure a business school offers the right personal support and infrastructure before you commit.