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Admit.me enables scalable admissions expertise through innovative technology to level the admissions playing field. Admit.me aims to democratize admissions with tools designed to make the admissions process more approachable, providing all applicants access to quality admissions support formerly only available to the highest-paying applicants. Admit.me equips applicants to drive their own admissions process and achieve their academic and professional goals. Admit.me's first product, the Admit.me Index, is the first automated profile review for full-time MBA candidates. It provides a comprehensive evaluation of a candidate’s strength, empowering candidates to optimize their chances of admissions success.
The Admit.me Index is for applicants applying to full-time MBA, however our resource hub has relevant content for all graduate programs. We have big plans to expand into other graduate degrees and the undergraduate space in the coming years, so stayed tuned!
On Admit.me, you can get a free, automated profile review using our proprietary Admit.me Index, compare and identify best-fit programs, and learn admissions tips and best practices and use templates and quizzes in the resource hub. All for free!
We’re friends with most of the big names in the space like Forte Foundation, QS MBA Tour, MBA Tour, Forte, and The Consortium, to name a few. We also have partnerships (including discounts!) with test prep companies Magoosh and Sherpa Prep. Lastly, we work with the following MBA programs:
Our Admit.me Access program also hosts webinars with alumni from schools like Chicago Booth, Columbia, Stanford GSB, MIT Sloan, NYU Stern, Wharton, Yale SOM, and more!
It is different! In May 2021, we launched a new and improved Admit.me Index, featuring same familiar “admissions credit score" with an enhanced algorithm and an updated scale out of 1000. We've also added tons of new automated feedback including advice on how to improve your score. With this launch, we retired the legacy Admit.me to make way for new functionality. As such, you will no longer be able to access your old task list, AMI scores, or saved schools. To use the new Admit.me Index, there is no need to login — just open the app and get your score!
AMI stands for Admit.me Index and is like a “credit” score of admissions. It’s the first automated profile review and provides a comprehensive evaluation of a candidate’s strength. . At its core, the AMI calculates a score summarizing a candidate’s profile using an expert-vetted, AI algorithm that weighs the relative impact of a candidate’s key admissions attributes. By analyzing the many factors used in admissions decisions across six primary areas, it conducts a detailed review of a candidate’s profile and recommends opportunities to strengthen his or her candidacy. Scored out of 1000, AMI tells you how close you are to the "perfect" applicant and shows you how you compare to your target MBA programs.
We’d tell you, but then we’d have to kill you. JKJK...sorta. While the algorithm behind AMI is top secret, we can tell you that your AMI is calculated based on your responses to the AMI assessment across six categories: academic, professional, leadership, quantitative skills, extracurricular, and ‘x-factor’. The questions and the categories are weighted differently in your overall index based on how much weight admissions officers give that particular factor in their admissions decisions.
Easy! just go to https://admit.me/ami
Good question. Your AMI is based on data points and facts about you. Formulaically, your AMI is an assessment of the strength of your background. Of course, you likely know that while your background is a significant factor to determining your likelihood of acceptance, it is not the only influence: your application itself — the essays, letters of recommendation, etc. — also plays a large role and AMI does NOT account for that (not yet, anyway). So, don’t use AMI as the definitive guide of where to apply or not apply. Instead use it as guidance as to how much “work” your application will have to do versus your background. If your AMI results in schools which are levels below your dream program, your applications will need to be “superhuman” and that is very rare (when was the last time you saw “superman” in real life?). On the flip side, a lazy application will also likely result in a denial from a safety school.
First and foremost, you’ll receive your overall AMI score, along with a summary of your profile. You’ll also get a summary of how you fared across each of the six admissions categories. Within each category, you can see the key factors that impact it and how it affects your individual candidacy. Lastly, you can view recommendations on how to improve your profile and boost your score. The report will list all of the ways you could improve your profile and will label the action items our experts would encourage you to do with a “Recommended” tag.
We have a few more features in the works!
Browse schools will allow you to compare your AMI score to the programs you are interested in.
Test changes will allow you to see how changes to your profile, like improving your test score or waiting a year before applying, will impact your score.
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