There is no shortage of apps for students. You can find tools for note taking, studying, calculating, scheduling, organizing, memorizing, etc. It can take time to sort through the bramble to find something really useful. But it's worth the time. I compiled a list of some of my favorite web apps for students. All of them are free and most of them have a mobile version that will work with a phone or tablet.
Getting into a good U.S. business school can be challenging. There are many steps to the application process, and competition is fierce. International students sometimes have additional hurdles to cross to complete every step. The key is to begin preparing as soon as possible. Here are a few other MBA admissions tips to help international students succeed.
If you're looking for a fast-paced, well-respected MBA program with a focus on entrepreneurship, the Acton MBA in Entrepreneurship may be of interest. This is an intense 12-month program with a student/faculty ratio of 2:1. Classroom participation is mandatory, and case studies are an important part of the curriculum. Read more about the Acton MBA in Entrepreneurship.
MBA My Way recently posted a Buzzfeed-style list on Beat The GMAT, an MBA social network, that includes 10 ways you know you're a b-school applicant. Be sure to check it out if you have time. The list is fun (and spot on!)