Clean up your myspace page

Recently we participated in a panel for Manhattan GMAT with admissions representatives from Chicago and Kellogg. The Chicago representative brought up the topic of applicant myspace pages. Because recruiters often look at candidate myspace pages during the interview process, schools have started doing the same as part of a more thorough background check during the admissions process. He urged applicants to clean up their myspace pages (and anything else on the web) and make sure there’s nothing on there that they wouldn’t want admissions committees or future employers to see. Leave no stone unturned – take a minute to make sure you’re representing yourself well!

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