Getting in and Fitting in at Harvard Business School
HBSTimes has been home to my stories on life as a student at Harvard Business School. After graduation, I continued to pen down my experiences of what were probably the 2 most enriching years of my life.
Loyal to my quirky style, I bundled my stories in a must-read book for prospective students, alumni or those interested in knowing more about life at the School.
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Accepted! – Getting in and fitting in at Harvard Business School. An International Student Reporting on Life at HBS by Frederic D Mahieu
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Hundreds of students are gathering in and around Boston for the upcoming start of the HBS MBA program later this month. They rush to Target(*) for a last piece of furniture, they get their paperwork sorted in Cambrigde and start meeting up with their their future fellow students for a drink at Harvard Square. Continue reading
Business schools and their rankings are as interlinked as Paris and its Eiffeltower. Billions of websites are scoring worldwide MBA programs, each using their own parameters on deciding upon their number 1 business school. Some of the most renowned rankings include the ones from Forbes, US News and Businessweek. They will typically rely on data such as salary gains, surveys amongst students and recruiters, GMAT and GPA scores and average salaries post MBA. Continue reading
Let’s start off with a typical GMAT question – one of the hurdles one has to overcome when applying to business school. According to a certain estimation, the total number of black cats is 25% greater than the number of black male cats, and the number of all female cats is 5 times the number of black female cats. If the male cats are 50% of all cats, then what percent of male cats are black? Continue reading