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Cornell Essay Analysis for 2014-15

Starting this year, Cornell has given you the option of prefilling your education and employment history and with your LinkedIn profile.  The other option of-course is uploading a neatly formatted resume.  A change in the traditional way of doing things, it does reaffirm our belief that in the following years, schools are going to increasingly take […]

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Chicago Booth 2013-14 Essay Analysis

Chicago Booth has changed its essays this year. Gone are the career goals  from the main essay questions- these find their place as short questions in the employment section of the application. The 4-slide presentation continues its stronghold in Booth’s essay lineup for yet another year. So why the change? The Booth admissions team felt […]

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Cornell Essay Analysis : 2013-14

Essay #1 : “Who you are” We continue to ask the “chapter headings” essay because we really enjoy reading it and get great information about you that we cannot get anywhere else in the process, even the interview. You are the author for the book of Your Life Story. In 300 words or less please […]

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ISB Essay Analysis – 2013-14

Attitude, skills and knowledge differentiate people. Elaborate with two examples on how you would differentiate yourself from other applicants to the PGP. (300 words max) A: ISB has been asking applicants a question on their differentiating factors for many years now. This year, they have added a slight twist to it. They have specifically asked […]

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NYU Stern Essay Analysis 2012

Essay 1. Professional Aspirations (750 word maximum, double-spaced, 12-point font) (a) Why pursue an MBA (or dual degree) at this point in your life?  (b) What actions have you taken to determine that Stern is the best fit for your MBA experience? (c) What do you see yourself doing professionally upon graduation? Stern’s essays are […]

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Wharton Essay Analysis: 2012-13

The Admissions Committee is interested in getting to know you on both a professional and personal level. We encourage you to be introspective, candid, and succinct. Most importantly, we suggest you be yourself. Required Question: How will Wharton MBA help you achieve your professional objectives? (400 words) Wharton does not explicitly ask you for short […]

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Chicago Booth Essay Questions: 2012-13

Below are the essay questions for the 2012 – 13 application. 1. What are your short- and long-term goals, and how will an MBA from Chicago Booth help you reach them? (500 words) 2 a. What has been your biggest challenge, and what have you learned from it? (200 words maximum) 2 b. Tell us about […]

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US Based B-schools: Application Deadlines

The application cycle for US based b-schools is kick starting this September 24th, with HBS leading the rounds. We are publishing below deadlines, for b-schools, so that you can plan your time better. Wharton Application Deadline           Decision Release Date R 1         1- Oct-11                           20-Dec-12 R 2         3-Jan-13                            26-Mar-13 R 3           Mar-13                               May-13 Submit by 5 pm EST Interview […]

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Duke Fuqua’s Essay Analysis :2012-13

    Applications Deadline Interview Period (On campus & off-campus) Decision Notification   Early Action   Sept  19, 2012   Sept 10 – Oct. 16, 2012   Oct 30, 2012   Round 1   Oct  24, 2012   Dec 6 – Dec 11, 2012   Jan 8, 2013   Round 2   Jan  4, 2013 […]

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IMD Essay Questions : 2012 – 2013

Applicants to IMD are assessed on 5 criteria: career progression, intellectual ability, leadership potential, interpersonal skills and international outlook. Interview: By invitation only, after the application has been submitted. Application Deadline for Jan 2013 Intake:  IMD has five deadlines:  February 1, April 1, June 1, August 1, September 1. Recommendations: IMD expects 3 recommendations from applicants […]

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