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Tuesday Tips: The Wharton School Fall 2018 MBA Essay Tips

The Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania has kept this set of essays simple. Specific advice on essays from a student reminds applicants that “the Admissions Committee is looking to understand more about you and …

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Tuesday Tips: UT McCombs School Fall 2018 MBA Essay Tips

The UT McCombs School of Business is a globally recognized MBA program, located in Austin, Texas, a center of technology and business for the region. When approaching these essay questions think about the reasons you are …

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Tuesday Tips: Northwestern Kellogg Fall 2018 MBA Essay Tips

Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management is a close-knit community that values a diverse community and philanthropy. At the same time, diversity in experience, background and thought is important to the Kellogg admissions committee. Do …

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Tuesday Tips: NYU Stern Fall 2018 MBA Essay Tips

As the New York University Stern School of Business website states, “We seek students who best exemplify Stern’s core value: IQ+EQ. Our admissions committee takes care to select those who demonstrate strong intellectual ability, superior interpersonal …

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Tuesday Tips: Stanford GSB Fall 2018 MBA Essay Tips

Stanford Graduate School of Business pioneered the open-ended personal essay and has continued that tradition this year. “What matters most to you and why?” is a simple question that can lead you down many paths. …

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Tuesday Tips: Harvard Business School Fall 2018 MBA Essay Tips

Harvard Business School just announced the deadlines for the class of 2020, and the essay question, which is unchanged from last year. It’s worth trying hard to hit the first round deadline when there is …

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