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Tuck Class of 2019 Essay Analysis

July 11, 2016

Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business has released their deadlines and essay prompts for the 2016-2017 MBA admissions season. This year, there will be a greater focus on your diversity of experiences!

Kellogg Class of 2019 Essay Analysis

July 11, 2016

Kellogg has kept the same questions as last year’s application cycle. 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

Which standardized test should I take for my MBA?

July 05, 2016

People often ask why schools began accepting the GRE in the first place, given how embedded the GMAT was in the application process. While reasons between schools differ, and several are doing so to follow others, one of the primary reasons was to broaden their applicant pool and increase diversity.

MIT Sloan Class of 2019 Essay Analysis

June 30, 2016

MIT Sloan School of Management recently released their deadlines and essay prompts for the 2016-17 MBA admissions season.

There are some big changes this year! Instead of a mandatory essay, applicants will be required to submit a cover letter along with their resume (as usual, limited to one page). If you want to include more information, Sloan will continue to offer their optional open-ended prompt that will allow you to use a variety of formats that will help them to consider your candidacy. We strongly recommend reviewing your application and using the optional question to provide more context on your background that you believe will be helpful.

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.