Once rejected, you can still (and should) reapply! But what exactly will the admissions committees be looking for in your reapplication?
In this video, Travis Morgan - Director of Admissions Consulting at Veritas Prep - replies to a question from someone whose application has been turned down by MIT Sloan School of Management.
Travis looks into the most common factors for rejection and suggests how to approach the review of your previous application in order to improve your chances of admission when you reapply.
He comments on whether and when you have to consider retaking the GMAT and what other aspects of your profile and application portfolio you should analyse.
You will also find expert advice about the number of MBA programmes to which you should reasonably apply in order to have a good portfolio of options and better chances of receiving admission.
About Travis Morgan
After receiving his MBA with Distinction from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, Travis relocated to Southern California and joined the Veritas Prep team as one of the few to serve as both a GMAT Instructor and an MBA Admissions Consultant. While receiving top reviews from every client as a Veritas Prep Head Consultant, Travis also managed to win the 2011 Worldwide GMAT Instructor of the Year award and was invited to join our team full time.
A professional journalist and award-winning writer and public speaker, Travis originally started advising clients years ago as a volunteer employment specialist for LDS Employment Services in his home town of Seattle. Having served on the Kellogg Diversity & Inclusion Council and interviewed countless candidates for its Admissions Committee, he brings an insider’s perspective, a contagious passion and years of experience to the Veritas Prep team.
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