The answer to this conundrum, like many real life problems is, . If it’s about your goals, and you are thinking of changing your goals to a schools purported uniqueness, please stop.
The answer to this conundrum, like many real life problems is, . If it’s about your goals, and you are thinking of changing your goals to a schools purported uniqueness, please stop.If going to a school means you will end up changing or compromising your aspirations, then you are better off changing the school to apply to – there isn’t a dearth of them.
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The trick of the trade is to understand what Bschool specific insights you are looking for.
What makes a business school and its MBA program relevant to ?
It is fallacious to read up the first page of the school, form an opinion and then trying to replicate the same stuff, reworded in your essays.
For instance, if the About Us section of say Columbia Business School, under the Students section rattles off statistics about the class diversity – that isn’t really the insight you are looking for.
The business school specific insight is also applicant specific.
That means, each applicant has to find out what at a particular B-school is relevant and how that ties in to what he/she has done or wants to do.
Many scoff at the mere idea of re-using stories going back to the argument that every school is unique and hence how can the essays be unique.
By now I think you would have surmised where I am going from here.