Tips for Preparing your MiM Application
"Hello, my name is Mehtap. I am here to help you during your application.
Below you will find some tips that I think may be helpful to share with you..."
To avoid nail-biting anxiety and nervous sweats in the final days before your application deadline, here are my top 10 tips for preparing each step of the application process.
Tip 1: Beware that this process can take up to 2 months!
Start your online application
Tip 2: Make sure to verify the session dates, so you can select the session that is most convenient for you.
Tip 3: Have in mind some major cities where you would like to do your interview. You can confirm that we have an available center in a city by finding it in the “interview place” drop-down menu.
Sign up for your written test and English test
Written test options: GMAT, GRE, TAGE-MAGE or CAT
English test options: IELTS, TOEIC, TOEFL, or Cambridge
If your undergraduate studies were taught in English, you do not need to take an English test –- Lucky ducks!
Tip 4: Do some test prep so you can feel confident on the day of your exam.
Online Gmat practice
Online TAGE-MAGE practice
Online GRE practice
Tip 5: Take your written test at least 1 month before your application deadline since we require official score reports for all written tests. Don’t worry though, we’ll be nice and only require you to send the official report to 1 destination.
Respond to the motivation questions
Tip 6: Spend some time reflecting on the essay questions and then develop your answers thoroughly, while keeping in mind that there is a 500 character limit for each question.
Upload your documents
I’ll let you in on a little secret…the letters of recommendation are the most complicated!
Tip 7: Request your letters of recommendation well in advance, so your recommender has plenty of time to write very kind, beautiful things about you.
Tip 8: It is preferred that both letters of recommendation be academic, BUT we will accept one academic and one professional letter.
Tip 9: We only accept documents in English and French. If your documents are not available in English or French, you must have them officially translated by a notary.
Pay the application fee
Tip 10: After you pay the application fee, save a copy of the receipt to upload to your online application as proof of payment.
…and once you complete all of these steps…
You are finished! You did it! You’re a champion! I’m so very, very proud of you.
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