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Tag Archives: Stanford (GSB)

Stanford GSB Class of 2021 Essay Analysis

June 12, 2018
Stanford GSB’s 2018-19 essay questions have remained consistent over the past few application cycles.

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.

Stanford GSB Class of 2018 Essay Analysis

May 08, 2015

Each year, Stanford’s question #1 it is one of the highlights of the application. It is also one of the most challenging questions for many applicant’s process.  The essay requires thoughtful self-reflection and serves a dual purpose of introducing you to the committee, while sharing clear insight about how you think. The key here is that no answer is better than another; how you tell your story is more important than what story you tell.

The 2014/15 Application Cycle has started! HBS and Stanford release questions for the class of 2017.

May 19, 2014

Harvard and Stanford recently released their essay questions for the 2014-15 MBA application cycle. It’s never too early to start thinking about themes for this year’s applications, so here is our view on how to approach each set.