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UCLA Anderson Class of 2020 Essay Analysis

July 18, 2017
UCLA Anderson has released their 2017-18 essay questions! The first prompt is similar to what you will discuss in other school applications (if you’re applying to other schools), and thus should be fairly straightforward given answers to these questions should be locked in during early brainstorming.

Tuck Class of 2020 Essay Analysis

July 13, 2017
Tuck has released its 2017-18 application questions! As you approach the prompts, you’ll want to have clearly defined goals. A great way to measure this is to measure it up to the “SMART” framework – specific, measurable, attractive, realistic, and time-bound.

How to win a (kickass MBA applicant) woman

June 28, 2017
Last week at the 2017 Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) Annual Conference, I had the honor of presenting to over 100 MBA Admissions professionals from around the world on ways that MBA admissions teams can attract more women to MBA programs globally. Here is what we learned.

NYU Stern Class of 2020 Essay Analysis

June 27, 2017
With the release of its 2020 MBA Application, NYU Stern marks a significant change to the required essays candidates are asked to complete. Most notably, Stern is dropping its infamous open-ended creative essay, which allowed applicants to submit almost anything to “introduce” themselves to their classmates, so long as it was not perishable and could fit within certain size limits.

HBS Class of 2020 Essay Analysis

June 06, 2017
HBS has released its essay question for the 2017-18 application cycle, with the same prompt as the previous cycle.