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Booth Class of 2021 Essay Analysis

June 14, 2018
Booth has released its essay questions for the 2018-19 application cycle. Read on for insights on the new essay prompts for this cycle.

Booth Class of 2020 Essay Analysis

June 29, 2017
While Booth’s question is unchanged from the 2016-17 application cycle, the pictures are different this year. There is more focus on exploration between classmates, across Chicago, and within yourself.

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!

Chicago Booth Class of 2018 Essay Analysis

July 10, 2015

The University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business sees that a picture is worth a thousand words. They have released their new essay prompt for the 2015-2016 MBA admissions season!

Thoughts on Booth's 2014-15 prompt

July 21, 2014

While HBS has a similar open-ended question that causes many applicants sleepless nights, Booth's question is even harder due to the added dimension of media type. It is even more of a “meta question” since the answer doesn’t need to be in written form.