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How to Showcase Virtues that Represent your Leadership Potential

Scholar Edits is an admissions consultancy firm that helps MBA aspirants craft highly personalized narratives that command the attention of the Admissions Committee and empowers MBA aspirants with well-researched information on how to portray their candidature in a way that it stands out from a pool of highly competitive MBA Applicants. If you are an […]

Scholar Edits is an admissions consultancy firm that helps MBA aspirants craft highly personalized narratives that command the attention of the Admissions Committee and empowers MBA aspirants with well-researched information on how to portray their candidature in a way that it stands out from a pool of highly competitive MBA Applicants. If you are an IT professional from India, then you belong to an overrepresented pool of MBA aspirants and for these reasons, scoring the average GMAT score for top-20 B-Schools, hovering around the mid-700s, may not be good enough to get you through. Therefore, you must make the most of the MBA Admissions Essays to get the attention of the Admissions Committee.

Team Skills

The success of any professional also eventually depends on her or his rapport with his workmates. Moreover, a large number of assignments and live projects must be carried out as part of a member of large and diverse teams of peers.  Thus, candidates who have demonstrated an advanced level of team skills and commitment to working towards a common goal are valued. Candidates can talk about projects in which they collaborated effectively to work towards a common goal.

Quick Learning Ability

Candidates who demonstrate a proclivity to stay ahead of their peers by engaging in continuous learning are more likely to keep up with the rigor of the classrooms of top B-Schools. They can demonstrate healthy competitiveness and a steep learning curve and thus attract the attention of the Admissions Committee

Innovative Problem Solving

Global programs look for examples that showcase virtues of innovative problem-solving and will value a candidate who has repeatedly demonstrated the ability to present innovative ideas to improve existing processes or to mitigate escalations.

Resilience One of the hallmarks of successful people is their quality of being perseverant in the face of challenges, or even failures. A diamond hides a tough, unbreakable interior amid its tempting sheen and a resilient person achieves success despite numerous challenges. If you have earned your place by starting out as the underdog, there is a story worth telling and do not feel shy to share examples that demonstrate steadfastness and perseverance and showcase how you gave face to adversities with dignity and grace.

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