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In speaking with a student group with which I would want to be involved, the president of the group asked to coordinate an event between the group and my company. I didn't add this into my essay, b/c it didn't fit with the single essay (HBS) and I wanted to be sure of the timing. It now looks like it will go through and be a great event - but is this something that I should alert the admissions committee to? If so, how do I go about that?
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In speaking with a student group with which I would want to be involved, the president of the group asked to coordinate an event between the group and my company. I didn't add this into my essay, b/c it didn't fit with the single essay (HBS) and I wanted to be sure of the timing. It now looks like it will go through and be a great event - but is this something that I should alert the admissions committee to? If so, how do I go about that?
Thanks!


Are you hoping to supplement your HBS application? Unfortunately they have a strict policy of not allowing updates.
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Your best strategy would be to have someone from the HBS club agree to put in a word to the adcom and give feedback from the event to bring it to their attention.
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