Ready to Reapply?
Every year, a number of MBA applicants face the question of what it really means to reapply to a program that for some reason they were not able to become part of the year before. While we do outline the process for you in our application instructions, it may be helpful for you to hear 3 important tips:
1. It will be clean slate. Just because you did not get admitted a year ago, withdrew your application or couldn’t accept an offer of admission at the time, it doesn’t mean there is a huge black mark on your record. We will consult your old file but will review your updated candidacy on its own merit.
2. The key word in tip #1 is “updated”! Please do take the time to update any parts of your application that may have changed since the last time you applied, including your resume and a new letter of recommendation. Put your best effort into crafting an optional essay that describes any new personal and professional developments since you previously applied and how your career goals may have evolved.
3. Consider going above and beyond. We like to see that your interest in and commitment to the Babson MBA is stronger than ever. You may choose to resubmit all your essays and recommendations so your overall application reflects how you have progressed personally and professionally and why this is the year you will make a difference as a Babson MBA student.
I hope this helps. If you still have questions or concerns – call us at 781-239-4317 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are here to help.
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