|NYU Stern grad, Asian female, PepsiCo employee||Georgia Tech grad, 30 years old, low GMAT score, minority female||Veteran, officer||Indian national, engineer, consultant, venture capitalist|
|1. Take extra time to prepare for your GMAT (5 months)|
2. Look at where people similar to you got in
3. Use GMATClub as a resource for GMAT and applications
4. Make sure recommenders know you well
|1. Have a high GPA (>3.5) from a good engineering school|
2. Be an under-represented minority female
3. Have track record of promotion and leadership abilities
4. Network with alums, executives at HBS
|1. Have a good GPA (3.9).|
2. Have a good GMAT score (750)
3. Do sincere community service, not fake.
4. Use your essays to show your true colors.
5. Get recommendations from supervisors who know you well.
|1. Don’t be afraid to reapply|
2. Have diverse work experience
3. Practice before the interview. Video yourself.
4. Hard stats go into your CV. Personality goes into your essays.
5. Have a GMAT of 760.