Tuck Admissions Director Offers Tips on Standing Out

While Derrick Bolton, MBA admissions director of the Stanford Graduate School of Business, may advise applicants not to try to stand out, most b-school hopefuls would like to distinguish themselves from the thousands of fellow candidates vying for a seat at one of the top programs.

In the video below, Dawna Clarke, admissions director at the Tuck School of Business, answers questions from prospective students wondering how they can stand out in the applicant pool. As you’ll learn, there’s no easy formula for success…but she does provide several examples of areas to look for greatness within your own professional and educational background.


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