Learn how to Answer the 2019-20 MIT Sloan MBA Cover Letter, Video Statement & Optional Essay Question with F1GMAT's MIT Sloan MBA Essay Guide
Q1) Cover Letter: Please submit a cover letter seeking a place in the MIT Sloan MBA Program. Your letter should conform to a standard business correspondence, include one or more examples that illustrate why you meet the desired criteria above, and be addressed to Mr. Rod Garcia, Senior Director of Admissions (300 words or fewer, excluding address and salutation).
Q2) Video Statement: Please introduce yourself to your future classmates via a brief video statement.
F1GMAT's MIT Sloan MBA Essay Guide:
1) Will show you how to shortlist stories by creating an IMPACT Table with Achievements, Impact, Success in Dollar terms, Impact Index and Total Value
2) Includes 6 Hurdles that you should mention in MIT Sloan Cover Letter
3) Demonstrates how to structure the cover letter and cover all aspects of your profile: education, employment, potential, and motivation in just 300 words
Sample Cover Letter – Healthcare Entrepreneurship (297 Words)
Sample Cover Letter – Consulting to Technology (298 Words)
Sample Cover Letter – Wealth Management to FinTech (299 Words)
Sample Cover Letter – Manufacturing to Consulting (Retail) (299 Words)
Sample Cover Letter – Strategy to Consulting (297 Words)
6) Includes the Summary of the latest MIT Sloan MBA Curriculum
7) Includes a simple 4-step strategy to answer the VIDEO Statement
8) Includes 200+ pages of Essay Writing and Editing Tips
Who Should Buy MIT Sloan MBA Essay Guide?
If you don't know how to format the cover letter, MIT Sloan MBA Essay Guide with the Sample Cover letter will take you through each element of a Winning Cover Letter.
If you don't know what part of the curriculum should be quoted in the Cover Letter, our curriculum analysis will separate the essential from the routine courses
If your optional essay looks too bland, MIT Sloan MBA Essay Guide will show you, with examples, on how to use the elements of Storytelling like Incorporating "The Struggle", using Emotional connectors, narrating the Journey and the use of Chronology, Vividness and Active Verbs to transform your essays.
If you are stuck in the Writing process, MIT Sloan MBA Essay Guide will show you how to silence the Analytic Mind and overcome mental blocks.
Version: 2020 Entering Class
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"An excellent job of showing what to write for the cover letter. The approach is straightforward. I think the writing tips are an excellent addition that can be used in any MBA application. " - Verified Purchase
"The chapter on writing the cover letter alone was enough to give me a valuable new perspective for MIT Sloan MBA Application, but on the subject of writing, the book is an air of friendly and practical advice. The chapter on storytelling helped me understand how to keep the reader in suspense. I used a few techniques in the optional essay to explain the gap in employment." - Verified Purchase
"Written from the perspective of an applicant, the Essay Guide reveals how the mind of the admission team works as they decide whether to accept the applicant. By adhering to the process in the book, one should be able to avoid mentioning achievements that are not relevant and include experience that has a chance to get noticed. This was a great book and essential if you're applying to MIT Sloan on your own or want to go with an admission consultant. You need to read this book. " - Verified Purchase
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