Friday, August 27, 2010

Ivey School of Business - Resume Assessment Result

Thanks for your interest in the Ivey MBA program and for requesting an online resume assessment.

The Ivey admissions process is extremely selective and only the top applicants receive an offer to our program. Resumes are assessed based on several factors including quality and quantity of work experience, educational background, and a demonstrated track record of leadership and achievement. This is a preliminary assessment only; acceptance to the Ivey MBA program is determined by a thorough assessment of your complete application.

After a careful review of your resume, we can see that you have demonstrated a strong track record of professional success and appear to meet the minimum requirements for admission based on the aforementioned criteria. Based on the information you provided, we would encourage you to consider submitting your application to Ivey's MBA program after completing a thorough review of the remaining admissions criteria and application components at www.ivey.ca/mba/admissions/criteria.htm

Before starting the application process, we would like to invite you to attend one of our Ivey experience events like First Class on the Road or Class Visit Day (on campus) to learn more about the program and to interact with our faculty, staff and students. These events represent an important step in the MBA decision-making process and help to determine personal “fit” with the program you choose. You can register for any of our events at www.ivey.ca/mba/events/

Once again, this is a preliminary assessment only and will not bear any impact (positive or negative) on your candidacy for admission.

If you have any further questions regarding the program or application process, please do not hesitate to contact me directly. We look forward to receiving your application, Amar.

2 comments:

  1. I just finished my MBA at Ivey. A low score is very limiting in trying to be recruited out of school. Many recruiters use it as a litmus test for going through resumes.

    If you do have a low score 620 and lower I'd just try again. The candidates with lower scores have had amazing career tracks and international student predominantly have a much higher average than the domestic students (i'd hazard the cut off is 630._

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