Accepted.com will co-host its first-ever MBA Quant experience chat with Dr. Peter Regan of MBA Math on Thursday March 8 at 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET/ 6:00 PM GMT. The chat will focus on MIT Sloan with special guests Maura Herson, Associate Director of MBA Student Affairs at MIT’s Sloan School of Management; Jeri Seidman, who teaches MIT Sloan’s pre-term accounting course; and first-year MIT Sloan students Susan Hanemann Rogol and John Clingan.
Are you wondering how you can strengthen the quant muscles you haven’t exercised in years? Or are you worried because you have a liberal arts background and in school avoided math as much as possible? Can you handle a quantitatively demanding MBA program? A program like MIT Sloan’s program?
These are the questions that Dr. Regan and our guests from MIT will address. This chat is perfect for you if you are interested in:
- Learning more about MIT’s Sloan School of Management.
- Understanding the quantitative demands of a top MBA program.
- Taking steps to compensate for a lack of math classes as an undergrad or a low quant GMAT score.
Dr Peter Regan, my co-host for this event, is the creator of MBA Math, an online course aimed at giving participants the quant skills they will need to function in a top MBA program. MBA Math is based on Tuck’s Math Camp for incoming students. Dr. Regan teaches math camp and a second-year decision science course at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.
I believe that MBA Math can be a fantastic aid for applicants looking to strengthen their math skills and has the potential to be one of the tools applicants use to show they can handle the quantitative demands of business school when perhaps their transcript, resume, or GMAT score paint a different picture. I am not alone in recognizing the value of MBA Math: Tuck, Cornell Johnson, and Georgetown are among the business schools that have purchased MBA Math for their incoming classes.
Please join us this Thursday March 8 at 10:00 AM PT/1:00 PM ET/ 6:00 PM GMT in the Accepted chat room for this valuable event.