To give you a sense of how well you would fare should you apply today, Admit.me offers a free, automated profile review for prospective full-time MBA candidates to US schools. On the site, you share info about your current profile across six admissions categories, and then three minutes later, you receive a score plus suggestions of where to further strengthen your profile.
Working a bit like a credit report, the Admit.me Index (AMI) is a free, automated profile review for full-time MBA candidates. It analyses according to the factors used by business school admissions teams, meaning that you can be better informed about your MBA application candidacy.
How to do it:
1. Go to Admit.me
2. Fill out a questionnaire that covers the factors about your academic, professional, and personal profile that admissions teams request
3. Receive and revise your Admit.me Index (AMI) report, including your candidate profile score and explanation behind this
4. Search top schools to see how your AMI score compares with accepted applicants.
This article was produced in partnership with Admit.me