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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.

UVA Darden Class of 2020 Essay Analysis

July 11, 2017
This year’s new question from Darden creates an opportunity for candidates to discuss their biases and weaknesses (don’t worry, we all have them) in a way that showcases how they learn when interacting with others.

MIT Sloan Class of 2020 Essay Analysis

June 30, 2017
In the 2017-18 application cycle, Sloan has introduced a new video statement component. Read on for our thoughts on this new addition to the Sloan application, as well as our thoughts on the other prompts!

Kellogg Class of 2020 Essay Analysis

June 30, 2017
The Kellogg 2017-18 application essays have been released! With essay 1 slightly reworded differently from the previous year, we'll share our insights on a new approach to this question. While they sound similar, the new essay question is more focused on impact, vs. prior years where the wording allowed for more focus on role.

Fuqua Class of 2020 Essay Analysis

June 30, 2017
Fuqua's essay questions remain unchanged from the previous year, but we wanted to share some additional insights for the 2017-18 application cycle.