Are the Booth essays like Harvard's? Or like NYU's? Or like no other school on the planet? For years, Chicago Booth has been asking applicants the same question that Harvard has adopted this year. While the questions may seem similar, your approach needs to be a bit different between these two schools. Booth has had a career goals question but now they don't. What impact should that have on your application strategy? If they didn't explicitly ask you to discuss your goals, is that something that still belongs in your Booth pitch? This SnarkStrategies Guide provides essential tips and insights into the 2013-'14 MBA application for Chicago Booth, including: * How competitive are they? * Does a reapplicant have a chance? * What should I focus my two short essays on? * Is it better to do a presentation or write an essay for the last question? EssaySnark never tells you what to write in your essays. You need to come up with the right stories - and the right presentation - on your own. What we will do is flesh out the guidelines that Booth has already provided and repeat some wisdom about the application that we've heard them offer to candidates, as a way to help you structure your thinking. You'll get advice on what makes for a good story, and what maybe should be avoided, and we'll discuss a balance of topics that you can aim for. Additional discussions of Chicago Booth and other top bschools can be found daily at essaysnark.com.This SnarkStrategies Guide provides essential tips and insights into the 2013-a#39;14 MBA application for Chicago Booth, including: * How competitive are they? * Does a reapplicant have a chance? * What should I focus my two short essays on? * ...
|Title||:||EssaySnark's Strategies for the 2013-'14 MBA Application for Chicago Booth|
|Publisher||:||Snarkolicious Press - 2013-07-06|