Campus visits play a crucial role in the MBA application process. It’s one thing to be passionate about one school but another to actually visit the campus, talk to current students, attend a class and see if you like the vibe. Going to a B-school that not only provides me right opportunities but also aligns with my personality is ….
So starting March 1st i am embarking on two week trip to visit potential B-schools. There are few omissions due to scheduling conflicts and work commitments. But looking on the bright side, i’ll have a special trip just to visit these two schools in couple months.
So here’s my schedule, if you happen to be in same city feel free to shoot a message. I would love to hang out with you 🙂
- March 1st – Haas
- March 2nd – Stanford
- March 6th – Kellogg School of Management
- March 8th – MIT Sloan
- March 10th – Harvard
- March 13th – Wharton
Dreams do come true, you just have to get up n work for them !!!
Its been long time coming. I have always been passionate about poetry. It’s my way of expressing my feelings and emotions. And i feel a person can convey strongest of the messages with the simplest of words.
Ghamman da suadagar or Hawker of sorrows is compilation of 25 poems that i have written over past 10 years. Collection is pretty big but i wanted to publish something that others could relate to.
iBooks Link US – http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1201554769
iBooks Link Canada – http://itunes.apple.com/ca/book/id1201554769
It is primarily Punjabi and Urdu (Urdu ghazals using english script). Give it a read, it is free 🙂
There, I said it. I have been studying for past month on n off (mostly on). And I haven’t cracked it yet. I have though outlined my weaknesses and strengths. Luckily all the hardwired I put into SC has paid off and I am much better than before. To be honest I was panicking initially as I had an unrealistic timeline in my mind for GMAT and applications. But after attending a webinar with Personal MBA Coach, it became more clear that my priorities need to be rearranged in order to succeed. So I have built this Gantt chart that is really helpful for me personally and figured it might help someone out there who’s in same position as I am in.
I am in no way affiliated with PMC. I have been attending every webinar or online chat to gain as much information as possible. And I recommend it to all of you.
“Constant repetition carries Conviction.”