There is always another question behind the first question you pose.
How much will I make after I graduate?
That really means, Is this worth the time and cost?
Who will some of my classmates be?
Translation: Are they smart, fun, and well-connected?
Of course, GMAT and GPA questions always boil down to this: Will this school even consider my application?
To answer these questions, Poets&Quants produces three school-by-school series:
Incoming Class Profiles: In-depth analysis on the data points — including GMAT scores, demographic breakdowns, and professional backgrounds — of incoming classes (along with historical data reflecting school trends).
MBA Employment Reports: A look at graduating class compensation, so readers know who made what and where — and how it compares to previous classes and other schools.
Class of Profiles: A personal look at incoming MBA classes, headlined by 12 in-depth profiles of first-years and a comprehensive Q&A with a top school administrator.
Have questions about Stanford, Harvard, Wharton, Booth, or Sloan? Check out the stories below for an inside look at the top MBA programs.