You’ve probably heard the line, “you never get a second chance to make a first impression.” Cliched, but wise words nonetheless. In your assignments, your executive summary is the first impression the marker will get of your work. Therefore, it’s important that you put in the time and effort to craft a clear, concise executive […]
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The exams for the Henley MBA are tough – that’s for certain. They’re time-pressured, handwritten, count for a lot of marks and can test absolutely anything within a module. This contrasts sharply with the assignments, where you, as the student, have a degree of control over your topic, plenty time, and the ability to go […]
In the #HenleyMBA series, we’ve covered how to write up your introduction, analysis and recommendations chapters/sections, so now it’s time to look at the often under-considered reflection section. In this post, I’ll discuss 5 essential components of a reflection chapter, and provide some general pointers to keep in mind while you’re writing up this final […]
In Henley MBA assignments, your recommendations chapter/section is typically the second biggest mark earner (the first being the analysis chapter). While every assignment will be different, there are some relatively straightforward practices that you can follow to ensure a high-quality recommendations chapter, every time. In this post, I’ll discuss 6 practices to help you rock […]
If the Henley MBA is about any one thing, it’s about learning to analyse well. Therefore, it’s no surprise that the analysis chapter/section of most assignments is typically allocated the largest percentage of the marks. In this article, I’ll discuss how to write a strong analysis chapter that earns marks. Dissect your introduction and analysis. […]