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Kellogg Reapplicant [#permalink] New post 07 Oct 2006, 23:45
Hi Scott,
This is my first post in GMAT Club. I am a re applicant to Wharton and Kellogg. Last year, I was interviewed in both the schools. While Wharton did not show much love after the interview. Kellogg kept me in the Summer Wait list till August and then dinged me :cry: .

I am reapplying to both the schools again. My question is related to Kellogg re applicant process. Does the admission committee requires completely fresh sets of essays from last year. I can definitely tackle the improvement from last year question very easily. But do I need to write different essays with new content for the rest of the essays. Or try to reword my essays while keeping the content same.What should be my game plan ?

My profile is: 6 years of experience in high-tech sector,lots of international exposure. OK acads, good extra curricular and a GMAT of 700

Please advise.
Pranj
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Hopefully you can submit essays that are as fresh & new as possible. Look at it this way: If your essays didn't get you in last year (although you came close), you don't want to go to war with the same essays again!

Your overall message may be the same (I want an MBA for these reasons, these are my long-term career goals, etc.), but don't be lazy and try to simply recycle your essays.

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