Aringo client accepted to Wharton with a $80,000 scholarship

Aringo client, GMAT score of 650, accepted to MIT!

Aringo's Chicago admission rate is 54% higher than Chicago’s regular admission rate.

Two Aringo clients accepted to Kellogg with $60,000 scholarships

Aringo client, GMAT score of 580, accepted to Harvard!

Aringo's Columbia admission rate is 50% higher than Columbia’s regular admission rate.

Aringo client accepted to Harvard with a $65,000 scholarship

Aringo client, GMAT score of 640, accepted to Wharton!

Aringo's Harvard admission rate is 45% higher than Harvard's regular admission rate.

Aringo client accepted to Chicago with a $140,000 scholarship

Aringo client, GMAT score of 670, accepted to Harvard!

Aringo's INSEAD admission rate is 106% higher than INSEAD's regular admission rate.

Three Aringo clients accepted to Chicago with scholarships of $130,000 each!

Aringo client, GMAT score of 630, accepted to INSEAD!

Aringo's Kellogg admission rate is 90% higher than Kellogg’s regular admission rate.

Two Aringo clients accepted to Chicago with scholarships of $110,000 each

Two Aringo clients, GMAT scores of 660, accepted to Harvard!

Aringo's LBS admission rate is 238% higher than LBS’s regular admission rate.

Two Aringo clients accepted to Chicago with scholarships of $125,000 each

Aringo client, GMAT score of 640, accepted to Kellogg!

Aringo's MIT admission rate is 123% higher than MIT’s regular admission rate.

Aringo client accepted to NYU with a $45,000 scholarship

Aringo client, GMAT score of 660, accepted to Wharton!

Aringo's Stanford admission rate is 114% higher than Stanford’s regular admission rate.

Four Aringo clients accepted to Stanford with scholarships of $20,000 each

Aringo client, GMAT score of 630, accepted to LBS!

Aringo's Wharton admission rate is 66% higher than Wharton’s regular admission rate.

Aringo client accepted to Darden with a $34,000 scholarship

Aringo client accepted to Columbia with a $30,000 scholarship

Aringo client, GMAT score of 640, accepted to Duke!

Aringo client has been offered a $40,000 scholarship to attend Tuck

Two Aringo clients, GMAT scores of 640 accepted to INSEAD!

Aringo client has been offered a $22,000 scholarship to attend Kellogg

Three Aringo clients, GMAT scores of 680 accepted to MIT!

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Aringo client, GMAT score of 600, accepted to Duke!

Two Aringo clients have been accepted to Stanford with scholarships of $30,000 each

Aringo client accepted to Wharton with a $50,000 scholarship

Aringo client accepted to UCLA with a $35,000 scholarship

Five Aringo clients accepted to Michigan with a $20,000 scholarship each

 


The Sloan MBA - Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The Sloan School of Management belongs to one of the most prestigious universities in the world – the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and its prestige comes from the MIT brand to a large degree.
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Key Admission Stats – MIT MBA:
Average GPA of admits: 3.55
Average GMAT of admits: 715
Average Age of admits: 28

 

Tips for applying to MIT's MBA Program:

  • Looking for people with the ability to build long-term relationships; drive; setting goals and accomplishing them; how they achieve them; leadership attributes in their actions (not positions).

  • Are ok with having one of the recommendations come from a professor.

  • It is recommended that non-techies emphasize quantitative skills. In general, quantitative skills are very important to Sloan.

  • Essays are very behavioral, as is the rest of the application. Talk about feelings, emotions, motives, thoughts.

  • Look for people who are down to earth, not arrogant, someone accomplished yet modest, someone with an inner compass.

  • Bad essays are mostly about situation and outcome. Good essays are mostly about process. All their applicants are successful – the school wants to see the process that led to the success.

  • In both the essays and the recommendations they’re looking for very specific details and examples, above all.

  • In the interview, the applicant should be spontaneous (not over-prepared), give us a view of the person, how he thinks, feels, talks.

  • Visit if you can. The more the applicant knows the school, the more personalized the stories can be. Show how you feel about the place, not necessarily how much you know about it. Relate to some aspect of the school personally.

 

Contact us for help reflecting MIT’s valued traits in your business school application.

 

What is MIT Looking for in a Candidate?
See what traits make you more likely to get accepted into MIT’s MBA Program.

Trait Importance (4 is highest, 1 is lowest)
Leader/Manager 4
Team Player/Relationship Builder 3
Smart 3.5
Initiates 3
International/Cultural 1
Creative 2
Presentation Skills 1
Persuasion Skills 1
Community/Society 2
Risk Taker 1
Business Skills 2
Source of career plan/prog choice 1
Promotions 3
Credible Names 2
Story is unique 1

Aringo has developed this information through Aringo employees who worked with the MIT MBA admissions committee, thousands of hours of research, and by helping hundreds of applicants apply to MIT. Aringo knows MIT, and we can help your strengths shine through your application. Contact us today.

 

MIT MBA – Areas of Academic Strength:
Technology/Information Systems, (Production/Operations, Supply Chain/Logistics)

 

The MIT MBA Culture - Common Perceptions:

  • Emphasis on quantitative analysis and analytical reasoning.

  • Collaborative, down-to-earth students.

 

Advantages of the MIT MBA:

  • More open to people coming from industry or engineering- good for techies with no business background.

  • Top-notch faculty.

 

What else is special about the MIT MBA?

  • Interview - behavioral, based on the application. Meant to explore particular (problematic or interesting) points of the individual application. Can be the deal-breaker.

  • The cover letter is unique to Sloan and asks the applicants to essentially apply for the job of business school. In it the applicant should guide the reader through the application and highlight his/her strengths, and share some of his/her goals and hopes for the time at Sloan and beyond. Along with content, format is important because it shows awareness of and sensitivity to business-style writing.

  • Will accept the GRE in lieu of the GMAT.

  • TOEFL not required - use verbal section of GMAT to analyze English proficiency.

 

Who is likely to particularly enjoy the MIT MBA?

  • Someone interested in technology or from a tech/engineering background.

  • Someone interested in entrepreneurship.

  • Someone looking for experiencing hands on, practical work as part of the academic experience.

 

Aringo's Clients and the MIT MBA:
Students who submitted their applications through Aringo have had a 138% higher admission rate than MIT MBA’s average admissions. Contact us to start working on your MIT MBA application.

 

Scholarships that Aringo clients received upon admission to the MIT MBA program:
$70,000 ; $5,000

 

More about MIT's MBA program:
The program is large, with approximately 1,000 students, and its key strength is entrepreneurship. Other strengths include management in a technology environment, finance, management of production and logistics.
Naturally, Sloan is strongly connected to the rest of MIT, and fruitful collaboration often develops between the Sloan business people and the MIT technology people. Most Sloan applicants come from the high-tech industry (and less from business backgrounds), though the school is trying to reduce the proportion of engineers and to accept students of more diverse backgrounds.
Another characteristic of the school is its diverse global culture and high percentage of international students. The school is known to emphasize quantitative and analytical skills, in both the application process and in classes.
As far as the admissions process in concerned, Sloan is unique in not requiring the TOEFL test of non-native English speakers, but rather relying only on the verbal portion of the GMAT. However, a unique application requirement is writing a cover letter.
Alumni include the following individuals, with current or past positions in parentheses: Benjamin Netanyahu (Prime Minister of Israel), Kofi Annan (Secretary-General of the United Nations), William Ford (Chairman of Ford Motor Company), John Thompson (Chairman and CEO of Symantec), Gerhard Schulmeyer (CEO of Siemens AG) and John Reed (Chairman and CEO, Citigroup).

 

Contact Aringo to start preparing your best application for the MIT MBA program.

You can also take our free MBA admission chances test to discover your chances of getting accepted into the MIT MBA program, and your other top-choice schools.


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