B-Schools Know How You Think, But How Do You Feel?

May 1, 2013

Forget what you know. Business schools increasingly want to know what you feel. Schools are trying to choose from a crowded pool of well-qualified applicants and get a sense of the human being behind the application by adding personality tests and scored, standardized in-person interviews to the traditional battery of essays, transcripts and recommendations. Now, prospective M.B.A. students need to shine by showing emotional traits like empathy, motivation, resilience and dozens of others.

Article Source: The Wall Street Journal