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myEssayReview Blog [#permalink]  28 Jan 2014, 10:54
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Re: myEssayReview Blog [#permalink]  28 Jan 2014, 11:01
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myEssayReview Blog [#permalink]  12 Mar 2014, 10:00
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FROM myEssayReview Blog: GMAT vs Admissions
After taking their GMAT, a number of students are confused as to which school they should  apply to. They often come up with the questions such  “ I have GMAT of  XXX. ‘What are my chances of admission?’ or ‘Which school I should apply to?’ Although answers to these questions depend on a variety of other factors ( your goals, work experience, accomplishments, leadership stories, skills etc.), it is an undeniable fact that a strong application package  ( résumé, essays, recommendation letters ) plays a critical role in showcasing your candidacy and thereby  determining your chances of success to any school.

Hence, I have compiled a list of schools where my  students have been admitted to.  The following  list can help you understand the role that a good application plays in getting you scholarships (and not just admission). Also, it will assist you in narrowing down the list of schools that you think is feasible, given your GMAT score. While the following  list is not comprehensive, it gives you an idea of what is feasible. For example, even with a GMAT score of 660, a great application package can help you get into top schools such as Kellogg, Booth etc.

 School Name GMAT Score Received Admit Booth 660, 720 Yes (Multiple) Cornell 720, 590 Yes with scholarship Darden 680, 760 Yes (Multiple), with scholarship Emory 680, 700, 720 Yes(multiple), with scholarship (multiple) Georgetown 700 Yes, with scholarship HAAS (EMBA) 720, 700, 630 Yes (multiple) INSEAD (Global EMBA) No GMAT Yes ISB 620 Yes Ivy Richards 620,720 Yes (multiple), with scholarship Kelley 680 Yes, with scholarship Kellogg 660, 720, 720 Yes (Multiple) LBS 680 Yes Manchester 610 Yes, with scholarship MIT 760 Yes Purdue 620 Yes with scholarship Rice 650 Yes, with scholarship Rochester 650 Yes, with scholarship Ross 670 Yes RSM 590 Yes Schulich, Rotman 620 Yes Tepper 680, 720 Yes, with Scholarship Tippie 720 Yes, with scholarship UC Davis 710 Yes, with scholarship UCLA (MISM) 630 Yes UNC Kenan Flagler 680 Yes, with scholarship Wharton 760 Yes Wisconsin 580 Yes, with scholarship William & Mary 630 Yes, with scholarship

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myEssayReview Blog [#permalink]  28 May 2014, 19:00
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Developing Engaging Stories for MBA Essays – Week # 3 -Tip # [#permalink]  04 Jun 2014, 10:00
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UT Austin McCombs Essay Questions Analysis 2014-15 [#permalink]  08 Jul 2014, 22:00
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[b] Round 1[/b]

[b]Round 2[/b]

[b]Round 3[/b]

[b]From Mc Combs website:[/b]

“Each year, like most business schools, we update our application essay prompts in an effort to better glean important information from our candidates.  The essay is a great opportunity to do a few things: one, it shows your writing skills; two, it gives us a [url=http://blogs.mccombs.utexas.edu/mba-insider/2014/03/13/you-are-not-your-gpa/]glimpse into your personality[/url]; but maybe most importantly, it helps answer a few very important questions that we need answered to best determine if you are right for McCombs.

Instead of giving you a vague open-ended prompt, there are actually a few burning topics we need you to be sure to cover, namely having to do with why you want to attend McCombs, who you are both professionally and personally, and what goals you want to achieve while in our program and beyond.  You have some work to do to convince us that we are the right program for you, therefore please take a moment to review our essay topics and begin to think about how you might approach answering the essay questions.”[b][/b]

[b]1. Imagine that you are at the Texas MBA Orientation for the Class of 2017. Please introduce yourself to your new classmates, and include any personal and/or professional aspects that you believe to be significant. Select only one communication method that you would like to use for your response.[/b]

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[*][b]Write an essay (250 words)[/b][/*]
[*][b]Share a video introduction (one minute)[/b][/*]
[/list]
Like last year, UT Austin requires the applicants to write an essay on introduction to their class mates. McCombs allows them to delve on their personal as well as professional attributes in 250 words.  This essay, in terms of the topic and the medium of communication, provides applicants with a flexibility and freedom to showcase their creative side. It is asking you to introduce yourself to your peers, thereby, hinting that you should convey your best side and talk about the traits that you feel are the best in you, considering this is your first encounter with them. You should highlight your hobbies, your  history (background) , and issues that pique your interest. The motive is to tell you future class mates who you really are.

To showcase your creativity, McCombs offers you a choice of 3 modes of communication. If you are an introvert, you may select the ‘essay mode’ for sure.  If you have an artistic bent of mind and are good with visuals and graphics, you may pick the [b]about.me[/b] option. An about.me profile is simply a written expression about you which also includes visuals, giving you an option to use your creativity to the fullest.

If you are an extrovert, you may find the video mode more exciting. A video essay allows applicants not only to be more creative but also imaginative. So you may use your own imagination, focusing more on the things that you like and would want to share. For example, if you plan to share your culinary skills with your class mates, you may consider shooting the one minute video in your kitchen.

It is my understanding that a video essays would demand­­­ more time than a regular essay. So I would suggest that you experiment with it if you have ample time at your disposal. I am sure it will be fun doing it, but you will need to invest time in it to make it perfect. Also, please note that you have to say it all in just one minute video.

You have a choice here, so pick the method you feel most comfortable with.

And before you submit your response to this essay have a trusted friend or colleague look it over to let you know if you have effectively crafted a compelling piece. As they say, you only have one chance to make a first impression, so dedicate the work necessary to ensure that your introduction is both engaging and true to who you really are.

[b]2. In the Texas MBA program, we promote a diverse and collaborative community by providing opportunities for growth in an academically rigorous environment.[/b]

[b] Please discuss why McCombs is the right program for you, what you hope to gain from your time in the Texas MBA Program both personally and professionally, and how you will contribute to your classmates’ experiences. (500 words)[/b]

McCombs seems to have combined last year’s question# 2 (“Why Texas?” (outside of your professional goals and your contribution  250 words )and question # 3 (your professional and personal reasons for choosing McCombs- 250 words) in to one straightforward question that  asks you to highlight your contribution  to the Mc Comb’s community and  your reasons for choosing the Texas MBA program in 500 words .

To address the first part of the question, explain why you wish to pursue MBA and then, why you are choosing McCombs. In particular, reflect on both personal and professional aspects and discuss how various resources at Texas will help you fulfill your personal and professional needs and objectives and would aid in shaping up your future, the way you see it.

To compose a solid response to this question, you need to do a thorough research of the resources and offerings of Mc Combs. You may also get in touch with the currents students and alumni to get insider’s perspective on their experience. If possible, visit the campus, attend a class, talk to faculty or other people to get feel of the school’s culture. This will help you determine your ‘fit’ with the school. Please note that McCombs has clearly stated on the website: ”You have some work to do to convince us that we are the right program for you,”

Please refer to the following example:

[b]Example:[/b]

“My past experiences, the knowledge gained in the classroom, McComb’s extensive NGO network, and the Net Impact club will equip me with skills to operate an NGO, helping me realize my dream of opening my own NGO.”

To address the second part of the question, you should highlight your attributes, your strengths which you would be bringing to the Texas community. Focus on mentioning about your work in two or three clubs and elaborate on that, showing how you think it will  groom your personality and how you will  bring those traits to the classroom and enrich your class mates’ experience.

Now, say, you could talk about your passion for soccer and how you could be an aid to the Soccer Club. Instead of framing your sentence as ‘I like playing soccer and I feel the soccer club would be good for me’, you could say:

[b]Example:[/b]

‘Having a rich experience of being on the field and being best friends with the ball for more than a decade, I feel I can bring that to the McCombs Soccer Club and lead to the enhancement of the games..’

Lastly and most importantly, do not forget to showcase how you will imbibe the collaborative culture of McCombs and add value to it.

[b]Optional Essay:[/b][b] Please provide any additional information to the Admissions Committee that you believe is important and/or will address any areas of concern that will be beneficial to the Admissions Committee in considering your application. (200 words)[/b]

[b]For example, if your standardized test scores are not exactly what you would like them to be or if you have not had coursework in core business subjects (i.e. calculus, microeconomics, statistics, financial accounting, or finance), please tell us how you plan to prepare yourself for the quantitative rigor of the MBA curriculum.[/b]

[b]Discuss any unexplained gaps in work experience, choice of recommenders, academic performance, or any significant weaknesses in your application or extenuating personal circumstances that you think may impact your candidacy.[/b]

[b] [/b]An optional essay is an opportunity for you to give the Ad Com relevant information that you  could not provide  in other essays or other parts of your application essays, recommendation letters and resume. This question is also meant to shine a spotlight on an experience or side of your personality that has not been revealed in the other parts of your application.[b][/b]

Below is an example of an optional essay written by a military candidate to explain his low grades:

[b]Example:[/b]

Although my leadership experiences in the military taught me many valuable lessons in teamwork, perseverance, and management, through all my responsibilities, it impacted my grades.    Thus, I do not view my undergraduate performance as an accurate representation of my academic abilities.  I certainly deserved all the grades I received; I earned them.  However, I hope the above reasons will assist you in understanding my particular situation.   I grew from this experience and took a dedicated approach to professional education.  I would respectfully ask the admission committee consider this when reviewing my application.

For more details, refer to my [url=https://myessayreview.com/blogs/?p=1116]article on optional essay[/url] and [url=https://myessayreview.com/sample4.html]sample optional essay[/url] on MER site.

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Developing Engaging Stories for MBA Essays Week # 8- Tip # 8 [#permalink]  09 Jul 2014, 12:00
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Developing Engaging Stories for Your Essays Week # 9- Tip #  [#permalink]  18 Jul 2014, 09:00
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Darden Essay Question Analysis – 2014-15 [#permalink]  23 Jul 2014, 10:00
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[rss2posts title="myEssayReview Blog" title_url="https://myessayreview.com/blogs/?p=1795" sub_title="Darden Essay Question Analysis – 2014-15"][b]

[/b]

Round 1: October 10, 2014

Round 2: January 7, 2015

Round 3: April 1, 2015

[b]Describe the most courageous professional decision you have made or action you have taken. What did you learn from that experience?[/b]

(500 words maximum)

Like last year, Darden again requires applicants to write only one essay question for the 2014-2015 admissions cycle.  This implies that the story you choose is all the more vital because you will be evaluated just through that. It is very frequently said that we are the choices that we make. So the Admissions Committee will get to know you from what you tell them about the choices you made, the path you took, the reasons that made you  choose that particular path, the actions you took and  the learning you gleaned  from that experience. This essay is a way for Darden to know about your personal traits (motivation, maturity, integrity and self-awareness), the traits they admire in their prospective students.

The key words in the essay question are ‘courageous’ and ‘professional’. You are specifically being asked about a decision you made in your professional environment and to elaborate on the courageous element in it. Through this essay question, Darden not only expects you to share your story of a courageous decision that you made at work, but also wants you to narrate your thought process during that time, and the learning you gleaned through that experience.

The time consuming part in the process of working on this essay is the brainstorming bit. You have to sit and analyze the best possible example that you’d like to give and weave a story around it.

[b] [/b][b]1.    [/b]  [b]Brainstorming ideas for this question[/b]:

In order to brainstorm ideas/stories for this essay question, you need to look for instances when things didn’t work the way you had expected them to be and you had to think out of the box and make a choice that required ‘courage’ on your part.

For example, you may have encountered one or more of the following situations:

[list]
[*]Time when you encountered a situation that demanded you to take immediate charge and handle it in your way[/*]
[*]Time when you had to go over and beyond what was defined, expected or popular[/*]
[*]Time when you had to make an important decision without having all the information you needed[/*]
[*]Time when you had to convince a person, perhaps a senior, or a group to accept one of your ideas that no one initially approved of[/*]
[*]Time when you faced an ethical dilemma and had to make a difficult choice[/*]
[*]Time  when you pushed yourself  out of your comfort zone in any other manner[/*]
[*]Time when you told your boss  that his/her plan will not work[/*]
[*]Time when you asked for more responsibility than you were actually given[/*]
[/list]
A very important aspect to be kept in mind is that all these examples would have a dose of ‘risk’ that was taken by the writer. A courageous decision that was taken by you would have, most probably, had some amount of risk that you took. Going by the literal definition, ‘courageous’ means ‘not deterred by danger’. This means that your story shall have a danger, or a risk, as mentioned before, that you chose to overcome by doing what you felt was the best at that point. Focus on that and highlight it.

Remember, whatever your story is, it should present you in a positive light, revealing your strengths in the areas of diplomacy, honesty, maturity, ethics, self-awareness and integrity. Be honest in providing details of what you thought, how you felt, what you said, and what you did. These vivid details of your story and your emotions would reveal your character traits and your ability to navigate through complex situations.

[b]2.      [/b][b]Structuring the essay:[/b]

Make sure your story has the following four components:

[list]
[*]the situation/the challenge[/*]
[*]the action (how you dealt with the situation?)[/*]
[*]the outcome/result( what happened in the end ?)[/*]
[*]the significance[b] [/b]( what did you learn from it?)[/*]
[/list]
Since the second part of the essay question asks you to share what you learned from that experience, it is imperative that you explain at length why that experience is meaningful to you in terms of what you achieved and what you learned. The experience may have revealed to you your strong attributes which you yourself were not familiar with earlier. You can elucidate in two ways: explaining what you learned about yourself, or explaining what you learned about your surroundings . For example, you might have never known that you could lead a team so effectively, but this decision you took offered you an opportunity to successfully lead a team that yielded great results. You may also describe how you are now applying or trying to apply those lessons in similar situations at work. The key here is your essay should eventually demonstrate your growth.Treat the experience like a journey and show it in your essay. Show how you embarked on the path to personal development and how it led to the inception of one quality in you that you are most proud of.

In the following example, the applicant wraps up his story by outlining what he learned.

[b]Example:[/b]

Challenging the client team at a client location and winning my proposal made me more confident in speaking my mind about the project issues at work. Since then, I have never hesitated in expressing my opinion, and it has helped me provide many valuable contributions to the projects.

The assistant Dean of MBA Admissions at Darden, Sara Neher, offered several tips to prospective students for the Darden application essay for this year. She emphasized that it should be a decision you made on your own, no matter how small       or big it is. The key is that your decision should have made a difference. An excellent essay, she said, is the one that is able to express the candidate’s emotions well.

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Developing Engaging Stories for MBA Essays- Week # 10 -Tip # [#permalink]  25 Jul 2014, 17:00
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