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Wharton Class of 2019 Essay Analysis

June 21, 2016

Wharton’s first 2016/17 essay question contains a slight change from last year, and this year an additional question has been added. We wanted to share our advice and perspective on the two questions.

Booth Class of 2019 Essay Analysis

June 20, 2016

The University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business still sees that a picture is worth a thousand words. With a similar prompt to last year’s, the 2016-2017 application submissions are bound to be filled with creativity!

Stanford GSB Class of 2019 Essay Analysis

May 17, 2016

Stanford has kept the same questions over the past few application cycles. We reiterate our suggestions from last year’s blog post (and recommend that you read it for context before jumping into this post), but also wanted to add some additional insights.

HBS Class of 2019 Essay Analysis

May 12, 2016

HBS has released its essay question for the 2016-17 application cycle, similar to the prompt that was used two cycles ago.

Columbia Class of 2019 Essay Analysis

April 26, 2016

Columbia Business School released their deadlines and essay prompts for the 2016-2017 MBA admissions season last week. There are slight changes in the word limits and character counts from last year, however, the questions remain the same.