And people have been talking off the record about how top schools accept women at an earlier age than they accept men. In order to attract women into business school they are allowing women in after just two years of work.And they’re encouraging liberal arts students, as well.

(I, for one, found myself scheduling my pregnancy around TV auditions.

Absurd.) We now know that waiting until age 35 to begin having kids is not a good bet to make.

If women want to have kids, they should put having a family ahead of having a career – because there is no negotiating with the biological clock. They make getting married and having babies by age thirty a priority, and one of the first things to go is business school.

Harvard just announced that it will change the timeline of business school enrollment as a way to attract “a wider range of applicants” Read: Women.

Right now women start businesses at two times the rate of men and women do better in school than men do, but women make up less than one-third of the enrollment at top business schools.

There has been wide acknowledgement — in a hush-hush way — that the lag in business school is because the value of an MBA is different for each gender.

Some of this difference has to do with personality, but a lot of it has to do with the biological clock.

Typically, business schools required a few years of work, then an application process, then two years out of the work force for school.

At that point, women are in their mid to late twenties and they need to be focusing on finding a husband. They know that if they want to have kids, it makes no sense to play roulette with ovaries in order to get a few more years of work under their belt before trying to have kids.