March MBA Events in San Francisco & Silicon Valley + Be Surprising
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March MBA Events in San Francisco & Silicon Valley

Never miss an opportunity to meet admissions officers and students from the world's top business schools! Who is in town this month? Click the event title to register.

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Berkeley Haas Full-Time MBA Class Visit
Mon, March 2, 9, 16, 30, 9am, Berkeley Haas (Berkeley)
Tue, March 3, 10, 17, 31, 9am, Berkeley Haas (Berkeley)
Wed, March 4, 11, 18, 9am, Berkeley Haas (Berkeley)
Thurs, March 5, 12, 19, 9am, Berkeley Haas (Berkeley)

Stanford MBA Information Session
Mon, March 2, 9, 16, 23, 10:45-12:10pm, Stanford Campus (Stanford)
Fri, March 6, 13, 20, 27, 10:45-12:10pm, Stanford Campus (Stanford)

Stanford Chat with a Student
Tue, March 3, 12-12:45pm, Stanford Campus (Stanford)
Thurs, March 5, 12-12:45pm, Stanford Campus (Stanford)
Tue, March 10, 12-12:45pm, Stanford Campus (Stanford)

Yale SOM Admissions Workshop: Crafting your best R3 MBA application
Wed, March 4, 7-9pm, Hotel Vitale (San Francisco)

Yale SOM Information Session
Fri, March 6, 12-1pm, UC Berkeley (Berkeley)

IESE MBA Admissions One-to-One
Sat, March 21, 4pm, Harbor Court Hotel (San Francisco)

Access MBA Tour
Sun, March 22, 10:30-4:50pm, Hyatt Regency (San Francisco)

Be Surpising

Derek Sivers, one of my favorite bloggers, wrote this for public speakers. I think you can apply the same principle to your MBA positioning, essays and interview prep:

Cut out everything that's not surprising (30 second read)

"People only really learn when they’re surprised. If they’re not surprised, then what you told them just fits in with what they already know. No minds were changed. No new perspective. Just more information." - Derek Sivers

Are b-school admissions officers learning something new from your application?

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