Top 7 UC ​Berkeley Admissions Essays - Study Notes

Morgan_Berkeley (A): Brett - 1. Be yourself. Don't try and tell us what you think the admissions committee wants to hear. 2. Don't sell yourself short. Many people think that because they come from a "non-traditional" background that they have a disadvantage. Not true. At Haas, our student body is incredibly diverse and the "non-traditional" fields are becoming ever more traditional. 3. Think of the application as a complete package and tell your full story. Every element, from resume to recommendations to essays, should all fit together nicely and contribute to a complete story of you. Good luck!

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Berkeley Haas School of Business MBA Essay 1 | Admissionado

Tell us about your career plans. How have your past experiences prepared you to achieve these goals? How will Berkeley-Haas help you? (500 words)

Essay 3 is the longest of the three essays and is by far the most traditional. This is your opportunity to really connect the dots for the Admissions Committee and help them understand how a Haas MBA will uniquely position you for success in your future career path. Spare the generalities here and get specific – highlight how your past, present, and future all link together with the Haas MBA. Hint: Haas’ “Defining Principles” are a great place to start!

Personal Insight Questions - Admissions | UC Berkeley

Many students have already drafted their essays, but many more have not. In either case, you might want to check out these suggestions from admissions officers I spoke with at five leading schools: UC Berkeley, the University of Chicago, NYU, Northeastern, and George Mason University (GMU). Depending on the University, they told me, about 30%, and in some places as high as 50%, of the decision is based on the essay sections.

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Personal insight questions | UC Admissions

In an interview, Ms. Jarich responded to some of the issues raised by Ruth A. Starkman in her essay on the training of outside application readers and Berkeley’s admissions process — a process Ms. Jarich calls transparent. (Freshman selection criteria and reports on comprehensive review can be found on Berkeley’s .)

Supplemental Application Essay Question

Two years ago we had an excellent experience helping our niece with a college counselor - Edth Zinn in Berkeley. Our niece is now a sophmore at Bard College in New York- her first choice. She was raisied by a terrific single dad (my brother) and needed help with applications, essays, and choice of colleges to visit - as well as interview coaching. Mrs. Zinn was very wise, expereinced in contacting admissions offices for infromation and scheduling and supportive. We plan you use her again when our son is ready in a few years. She also has a partner who i hear is vey good as well.

Admissions Process | Full-Time MBA Program | Berkeley-Haas

A: Students who choose to opt-in to the wait list may choose to complete this optional written statement. While this is not a requirement, the essay may serve to provide further information to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at Berkeley.