The Wharton Blog and S2S forum announced that that you can sign up for feedback sessions if you were rejected at Wharton beginning the week of May 8 at 01 (215) 898-6183. “Sessions are conducted by telephone; appointments fill up quickly and are offered on a first come, first served basis.”
I applaud Wharton and other schools that provide feedback. Don’t miss the opportunity to obtain their critique and suggestions if you have any thoughts of reapplying. Hopefully the feedback session will confirm what you already know, but you may just learn something valuable. When you go keep in mind the feedback questions you want answered during the session.
If you are thinking about reapplying to a school that doesn’t provide feedback, then take advantage of the following resources:
- Application Advice for MBA Reapplicants
- Create A Better Sequel: How to Reapply Right to Business School (an ebook)
Finally, an objective evaluation of your rejected application is the foundation of a successful MBA reapplication. If you are reapplying to schools that don’t provide feedback or would like to discuss the feedback you received in greater depth than the school can provide, an MBA Application Evaluation may be just what you need.