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If you are reading this, then there is a high probability that you are thinking about applying to business school. Not too long ago many Manhattan GMAT instructors were going through a similar exercise, evaluating the B-school admissions process and then eventually preparing for the GMAT and working on the applications for B-School. While a student and as an alumnus, I was an application reader and applicant interviewer for the University Of Chicago Graduate School Of Business. In this month's five part GMATTERS strategy series I will talk about the GMAT, the application, my background, candidate interviews, my work for the Chicago GSB and my general sense of what a business school looks for in a candidate. This week’s installment will focus on the GMAT and the AWA essays.
Stanford GSB application essays
You must take the , which is required by the Computer Science Department and accepted by Stanford GSB; it is unnecessary to take the GMAT for your MBA application.
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If you would like professional guidance with your Stanford GSB application, please consider Accepted’s and or our , which include advising, editing, interview coaching, and a resume edit for the Stanford GSB application.Application season at Stanford GSB is officially underway with the release of the school’s 2016-2017 essay questions. Stanford comes back with the same slate of essays from last year. Let’s discuss, from a high level, some early thoughts on how best to approach the essay prompts:Despite this change in leadership at Stanford GSB admissions, there will not be much changes made to the Stanford GSB application this year. The essays and recommendations will remain the same from the 2016-2017 application cycle.Despite this change in leadership at Stanford GSB admissions, there will not be much changes made to the Stanford GSB application this year. The essays and recommendations will remain the same from the 2016-2017 application cycle.Stanford GSB has released its and for the Class of 2017. Last year Stanford resisted the urge to cut an essay (while many other top MBA programs did reduce their number of required essays), but this year is another story: Stanford now only requires two essays, including its famous “What matters most to you, and why?” question. Plus, the Stanford GSB admissions team made a curious change to what we thought was one of last year’s most interesting application essays.Thanks for reading our analysis of this year’s GSB MBA essay topics. As you work on your GSB MBA essays and application, we encourage you to consider all of Clear Admit’s Stanford offerings: