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Anyone else? I have completely lost momentum and motivation. I kno my essays are NOT good but i'm losing the motivation to keep going.
Take a day or so off, re-connect with friends and family, and give your mind a break. Remember, it's not a sprint but a marathon. I hate to break it to you but overwhelmed is what you'll feel once you get to b-school as well. Work out, read a book, play an instrument... whatever it takes to keep you grounded. We're all pulling for you!
I agree with eskimoroll. A lot of us were in the same shoes as you were just last year. Take a breather for a day, remind yourself on why this is important to you, and tackle it before a long day of work rather then trying to pound it out after a tiring day of work.
You can do it! Don't try to perfect 1 essay before moving to the next, get some outlines and thoughts down. It'll flow much easier.
Also, if you don't already have Bodine's Great Application Essays for Business School Book I would highly recommend it.
Definitely take some time away from the applications - if you're not doing Round 1, I would say take a week and focus on the other aspects of your life. When you come back you'll be able to think with a much fresher perspective.
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