Does MS Finance need work experience

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Research the school and program. Failing to research the school and program is a common pitfall. You should be able to provide, at any point in the application process, information about the program and school that you find appealing, as well as faculty that are doing work that you’re interested in. Being able to provide this sort of information shows that you have a strong interest in their MFin program and did not simply apply to the program as a last resort.[14]

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Don’t show off poor writing skills. Simply put, if your application or supporting materials have typos or poor grammar, diction, syntax, organization, or formatting, you will give the impression that you’re underqualified for the program. Remember, unless you’re called for an interview, your committee only knows you through text. Another writing pitfall is overly-detailed, tedious writing, which may bore your committee.