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I wanted to spend a little bit more time today talking about the importance of work experience as you are considering in different management programs.

This will be very a lot school by school, so some schools actually will have a minimum number of years of required work experience you should enquire all schools you are interested in, and so what their recommendations are.

At Stanford specifically, We do not necessary look at certain number years of work experience, but what we are really looking for are, your leadership, for example, able to draft in your life.

And as a result, some people actually come to us a little bit earlier on in their careers. So most years, you might even have one or two students who come directly after university. They have got incredibly strong leadership, for examples, to draw from. Maybe it is from being involved students government, clubs or organisations or starting a non-profit organisation, or having involved in a family business growing up, so they are able to draw and refer from the experiences in the classroom.

I wanna to spend a little bit time today talking about the importance of work experience as you considering different managing programs. Now this will vary a lot school by school. So some schools actually have a minimum number of years of required work experience. You should inquire with all the schools you interested in, sort what their recommendations are.

At Stanford specifically we don’t necessarily look at certain number of years of work experience but what we are really looking for are your leadership examples that you are able to draw from your life.

And as a result, some people actually come to us a little bit earlier on their careers. So most years we might even have one or two students who come directly from the university but they’ve got incredibly strong leadership examples to draw from.May be it is from being involved student government or clubs or organizations, or starting a non-profit organization, having been involved in a family business growing up. So they are able to draw and refer to those leadership experiences in the class room.

"I little bit of time" should be at the first sentence. Now I can hear that I've missed some prepositions also.

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Hello Simon, I have a doubt. I was doing the Listening part of Test 3 in Cambridge 13 Academic.

Answer #10 according to the Answer key is "café" and I wrote "cafe" without an accent mark.

Will the IELTS examiner consider my answer wrong in that case?

Thank you in advance.

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CORRECT ANSWERS FROM SIMON:

1. minimum
2. leadership
3. draw
4. profit
5. family

I want to spend a little bit of time today talking about the importance of work experience as you are considering different management programs.That is varying a lot school by school. So some schools actually have minimum number of years required work experience.
So, you should inquire all the schools you are interested in and sort what the recommendations are.
At Stanford specifically, we don’t necessarily look at a certain number of years of work experience, but what we are looking for are your leadership examples that you are able to draw in your life.
And, as a result, some people actually come to us a little bit earlier on their carriers.
So, most of years we might even have one or two students come directly after university, but they got incredibly strong leadership examples to draw from, maybe it is from being involved in student’s government and clubs or organizations, or starting a non-profit organization, or having involved in a family business growing up so that they are able to draw or refer to these leadership experiences in the classroom.

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