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zakk, do I have to take you out for coffee and give you some pills? In some ways I'm very glad I went through this exercise, as I understand myself much better now. But on the other hand, the stress is definitely getting to me physically. I can't wait to be done with Stanford/UCLA next week, then Haas the week after. Kellogg hopefully leisurely in December.
I am probably the only one. who wrote 6.yes..6 separate essays for the chicago.. whose shoes u want to be question I think tomorrow I will earn salvation...make that respite from chicago essays
I wrote 2, decided for the first... Sending the whole package tomorrow! I'm so tired of the first application... Man I just think this Power Point (it turned out I'm sending pdf!) presentation was so time consuming, all the time making changes...
Regarding Zakk he's a "writer guy", I remember that from his GMAT sharing experience, so I understand what he's telling us. He's the one with the tarter sauce, hehehehehe!
Honestly, even though exhausting I am really getting to know myself at a level I never thought I could. I remember talking to a Stanford adcom staff, and shed said: "If you think you're 25% ready to apply it's time, because to whole MBA process (tests, application and the MBA itself) takes at least 3.5 years, and that's totally true.