Category Archives: UPenn Wharton Advice

University of Pennsylvania Wharton MBA Essay Tips

Joining the trend of streamlined application essays, University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School has published only two required essay questions for the 2013 application. Wharton seeks diverse candidates who understand the Wharton brand of Knowledge For …

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Round 3 Updates from the Wharton School

The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School made its Round 2 admissions announcements Tuesday, leaving admitted applicants hoarse from all the joyous whooping, and those who didn’t receive an offer of admission feeling the “ding sting” …

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Tuesday Tips – University of Pennsylvania Wharton MBA Essay Tips

University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School has published the new essay questions for applicants seeking a space in the class of 2015, along with a new brand position: Knowledge for Action. This essay set focuses on …

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Wharton School Update on R1 Interviews

In an update posted yesterday to the admissions blog at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, admissions director Ankur Kumar provided round one candidates with some insight into the next steps of the application process. …

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Tuesday Tips – University of Pennsylvania Wharton MBA Essay Tips

On the front page of the Wharton MBA admissions website the adcomm states: “At Wharton, admissions is all about the right fit.” The questions this year continue on that theme, with several behavioral essay questions …

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Wharton School Posts Info for Waitlisted Applicants

The University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School has an update for waitlisted applicants, especially those wondering if there’s something they can do to sway the admissions committee in their favor. As I write in my recent …

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