About

I’m an applicant and prospective MBA student from London, UK. I’ll try to write mostly about that, but can guarantee nothing.

Vital (Related) Statistics:

  • Age: 28
  • Grade (GPA) : 2:1 with Hons (UK)
  • GMAT: 720
  • Work Experience: 6 years in Supply Chain for Food/Consumer Products. Currently Manager of Production area.
  • Blood Group / Blood Pressure: AB / Usually high.

 

 

19 thoughts on “About

  1. Hello, This is Sarah from Accepted.com. We run a series of b-school interview posts on our blog and we’d love to include you and feature your blog.Here’s the link to the series – http://blog.accepted.com/tag/mba-student-interviews/. I have about 6-7 questions that I would email you, and then I’d put it all together to post. If you’re interested (and I hope you are!), can you please email me at sarahp@accepted.com? Thanks and hope to hear from you soon!
    Reply

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  4. Hi,

    My name is Conrad and I am emailing on behalf of Stacy Blackman Consulting (http://www.stacyblackman.com), which is a leading MBA admissions consulting firm.

    I wanted to reach out to say that we are beginning our B-School Buzz Feature, where we highlight the top business school blog articles around the country. We are interested in selecting one of your articles to re-post on Stacyblackman.com. These articles will be posted on our blog, which receives tens of thousands of unique visitors every month, and will be broad-casted to our Facebook Page (5000+ fans) and our Twitter account. If we can ever be of any additional help, we would be happy to talk with you more.

    If you are interested, can you please email conrad@stacyblackman.com.

    Thanks for your time and energy.

    Best Regards.

  5. Hello,
    I’m Yael from Admit1MBA.com, a personalized MBA admissions consulting firm located in NYC. How is the weather? I hope it improved. We got some crazy weather in NYC (feels like fall some days!)
    I would love to interview you for a series about aspiring MBA applicants, or write together a post about your MBA application and process. Please let me know if you are interested, contact me at yael@admit1mba.com
    Yael

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  7. Hey Timbob,

    My name is Deondrae and I do online outreach for TopMBA.com. I checked out your blog and I loved what I read. Would you be interested in guest blogging for us?

    TopMBA is an online resource for MBA applicants. We provide MBA rankings, event information, business school profiles, and MBA admissions advice. We also allow for interaction through our new MBA forum and blog.

    If your interested or simply would like to know more about this opportunity, feel free to email me at Deondrae(at)qs.com

    Best,

    Deondrae

  8. Hi Timbob. I just want to congratulate you and thank you for your insight on your blog. I’m a fellow Brit, albeit working overseas, and really connected with your rollercoaster account of events!

    I had a ding from HBS but waiting on a decision from MIT Sloan. I have two or three schools lined up for round 2, for which I have written everything but the essays! Your tale about the tyre change put this into stark context; I am really struggling to write the essays but have played out almost every scenario imaginable in my head (walking the dog really helps for this).

    I hope that I might see you in Boston next fall (got to get used to calling it this!). I am sure you are going to have a great experience. I did go to Boston/Cambridge to check out the schools and they are both (HBS and MIT) excellent and (I think) offer courses in each other’s programmes too.

    Enjoy a pint on behalf of your comrades struggling to complete their applications in the meantime!

    All best,
    DC

    • Hi David,

      Well I’m glad you enjoyed the story – I didn’t really at the side of the motorway! Good luck for your remaining applications. Reach out if you need anything, I’m certainly keen to increase British representation in Boston, my priority as soon as I get there will be somewhere to watch the football!

      Tim

  9. Hello Tim,

    Love your work mate! Reading your blog has sort of given me a heads up on what to expect as I prepare to begin the process this year. I’m based in Sydney and can relate to some of the “challenges” as an international application.

    Was hoping if I could reach out to you (a short email ?) with a few naive questions for which I haven’t managed to find answers (atleast nothing clear!) on the internet.

    Good luck with the wedding and Harvard!

    cheers

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