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John A.Byrne

Editor-in-chief of PoetsandQuants.com

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What You Can Expect To Make With Your Biz Degree
March 31, 2017
Donald Trump knew it way back in 1968 when he transferred out of Fordham University as a sophomore and went to the Wharton School of Business.
Dean Of The Year: Europe’s Business School Maverick
March 3, 2017
For Santiago Iñiguez, the call to teach came early in his life. When he was little more than eight years old, he would gather his brother and two sisters and run impromptu classes in the living room of his parents’ home in Spain.
An Interview With Chad Losee, Harvard’s New MBA Gatekeeper
February 17, 2017
As soon as the clock approached noon in Boston, Chad Losee politely excused himself from an onsite client meeting in Dallas. The 27-year-old Bain & Co. consultant quickly found a private conference room, called his wife at home to put her on the phone, and then logged into the Harvard Business...
What Harvard Business School Tells MBA Applicants On Its Waitlist
February 10, 2017
The official advice Harvard Business School puts out on its waitlist is one of the more frustrating missives on MBA admissions anywhere. You won’t find out how many people are put on the list in any round or how many are likely to be taken off the list.
You’ll Never Guess Which Country Beat The GMAT
February 3, 2017
If the Guinness Book of Records tracked GMAT scores around the world, which country could lay claim to the highest average scores? Believe it or not, Bermuda is the country that beat the GMAT.
Poets and Quants: GRE Acceptance By B-Schools Hits Record High
January 27, 2017
Business schools that now accept the GRE as an alternative to the GMAT has reached an all-time high percentage, according to Kaplan Test Prep‘s 2016 business school admissions officer survey published today (Nov. 28). Some 92% of the schools now accept GRE scores, a huge jump from Kaplan’s 2009...
The Trump Shock In The MBA Bubble
January 20, 2017
“Who here thinks Trump will win?,” asked Kevin Sharer, a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School. On Monday morning, the day before Trump’s upset victory in the Presidential election, only three out of nearly 90 MBA students in Sharer’s corporate strategy class raised their hands. After all,...
What You Can Expect To Make With Your Biz Degree
March 31, 2017
Donald Trump knew it way back in 1968 when he transferred out of Fordham University as a sophomore and went to the Wharton School of Business.
An Interview With Chad Losee, Harvard’s New MBA Gatekeeper
February 17, 2017
As soon as the clock approached noon in Boston, Chad Losee politely excused himself from an onsite client meeting in Dallas. The 27-year-old Bain & Co. consultant quickly found a private conference room, called his wife at home to put her on the phone, and then logged into the Harvard Business...
What Harvard Business School Tells MBA Applicants On Its Waitlist
February 10, 2017
The official advice Harvard Business School puts out on its waitlist is one of the more frustrating missives on MBA admissions anywhere. You won’t find out how many people are put on the list in any round or how many are likely to be taken off the list.
You’ll Never Guess Which Country Beat The GMAT
February 3, 2017
If the Guinness Book of Records tracked GMAT scores around the world, which country could lay claim to the highest average scores? Believe it or not, Bermuda is the country that beat the GMAT.
Poets and Quants: GRE Acceptance By B-Schools Hits Record High
January 27, 2017
Business schools that now accept the GRE as an alternative to the GMAT has reached an all-time high percentage, according to Kaplan Test Prep‘s 2016 business school admissions officer survey published today (Nov. 28). Some 92% of the schools now accept GRE scores, a huge jump from Kaplan’s 2009...
Dean Of The Year: Europe’s Business School Maverick
March 3, 2017
For Santiago Iñiguez, the call to teach came early in his life. When he was little more than eight years old, he would gather his brother and two sisters and run impromptu classes in the living room of his parents’ home in Spain.
The Trump Shock In The MBA Bubble
January 20, 2017
“Who here thinks Trump will win?,” asked Kevin Sharer, a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School. On Monday morning, the day before Trump’s upset victory in the Presidential election, only three out of nearly 90 MBA students in Sharer’s corporate strategy class raised their hands. After all,...

About The Author

John A. Byrne is editor-in-chief of PoetsandQuants.com, the highly popular website that covers graduate business education trends, MBA programs, business school rankings, and admission and employment stats.