In a sequel to a piece that ran in May, Poets&Quants last week highlighted some of the best advice Clear Admit Admissions Counselor Jon Fuller has offered in response to its readers’ questions. Fuller joined Clear Admit in 2013 from the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, where he was the senior associate director of admissions for four years. Since March of this year, he’s also been fielding questions as Poets&Quants’ resident expert.
The most recent “Best of Jon” compilation, which ran on Poets&Quants on December 18th, features Fuller’s responses to readers’ questions tackling a wide range of topics, from how to overcome mediocre undergraduate grades to how applicants who are over 30 can best position themselves to the admissions committee.
In this most recent compilation, Fuller demystifies the application process component by component, weighs in on how much work experience top MBA programs want to see, addresses specific concerns faced by military applicants and much more.
We think each of his recommendations is worth reading in its entirety – as are his responses to specific questions. As Poets&Quants put it, “You won’t find a more insightful (or empathetic) guide than Jon Fuller.” See for yourself by reading the complete Poets&Quants piece here.
You can submit your own questions for Jon to Poets&Quants here or contact him directly for professional individualized admissions consulting at Clear Admit.