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How did everyone find the 1 on 1? They cut it down to TEN minutes this year.
It was clear they just glanced over the resume you just gave them because they asked question about things you had already covered in your essays and it felt super rushed

Does anyone know how much it counts?



No one would clearly know the exact weightage of 1 on 1 unless you are a Wharton admission fellow or a member of the adcom.

It will same for everyone so you are not alone with a short and to the point personal interview. I'm sure Wharton will have enough reasons to evaluate an applicant and not base their decisions on an interview alone !!
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Just received a promotion at work - should I email the adcom to let them know?



Absolutely. There is no harm is sending an update to your profile.
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Little desperate, no? I'd hold off.

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Just received a promotion at work - should I email the adcom to let them know?


Little desperate, no? I'd hold off.

"Hey Mary, I got a Mustang now! Wanna date?"


That's what I was thinking as well, but my family and all the research I've done says to just try it. Want to make sure I don't come across desperate/bragging, although it is a substantial promotion about 1.5 years earlier than average at my company

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Just received a promotion at work - should I email the adcom to let them know?


Little desperate, no? I'd hold off.

"Hey Mary, I got a Mustang now! Wanna date?"


That's what I was thinking as well, but my family and all the research I've done says to just try it. Want to make sure I don't come across desperate/bragging, although it is a substantial promotion about 1.5 years earlier than average at my company


If you're doing consulting or ibanking, it may be a good idea. Otherwise I'd lose the urge.
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If you're doing consulting or ibanking, it may be a good idea. Otherwise I'd lose the urge.


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A little confused... are you a Round 1 applicant who got an interview or a Round 2 applicant who already sent in your materials really early?

Either way, my advice remains the same: I would strongly advise against contacting the adcom. There are deadlines and cutoffs for a reason: they need to evaluate everyone up until the same point in time. If you contact them with updates it makes you come off as someone who either thinks the rules don't apply to you (which is exactly the kind of person all schools are trying to avoid these days) or is kind of clueless.

If you were to get waitlisted, then yes... update the adcom if and when they say they want to hear updates from waitlisted candidates. Otherwise, have confidence in the materials you submitted and rest assured that a promotion is not going to be wait makes or breaks their decision.

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Is the waiting killing anyone else? I'm trying to motivate myself to get started on other schools for R2 and I just keep looking at 12/17 on my calendar.

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Is the waiting killing anyone else? I'm trying to motivate myself to get started on other schools for R2 and I just keep looking at 12/17 on my calendar.


I think 99% of the people who were interviewed are in the same boat as you, including me. I find comfort in the fact that I have already waited for a month for 3rd Nov for the interview invite, so a couple of weeks after the interview should not be an issue.

As for your R2 applications, I believe many of us are also waiting to hear back for R1 final decisions before making the next move.

If you want to be adventurous and peak your stress levels, keep on hitting that F5 button on this thread or your email client : 8-) :-D

15 more days. Hang in there!!
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I liked to be liked but doesn’t everyone? For me, being liked is something that motivates me and gives me energy as I network with classmates at Wharton and form relationships with mentors. However, it has its downsides, and within the first few weeks at Wharton, this facet of my…Read More

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Just curious about the opinions of people who have applied in R1 on Wharton's optional essay. The input I got from a lot of the current students were pretty mixed. Some suggested to use the extra word space to impress the Adcom whereas others thought that only use the space if there is something extraordinary or a compelling reason to share (explaining a bad grade or a low GMAT score).

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Just curious about the opinions of people who have applied in R1 on Wharton's optional essay. The input I got from a lot of the current students were pretty mixed. Some suggested to use the extra word space to impress the Adcom whereas others thought that only use the space if there is something extraordinary or a compelling reason to share (explaining a bad grade or a low GMAT score).

If someone can share their thoughts, that would be great!


Good question. There are 2 optional essays actually in Wharton. 1 is the traditional optional essay that you should use for explaining any gaps in employment, low GMAT/GPA etc while the other optional essay is an optional to the 1st essay. I am thinking you are referring to the 2nd one.

Wharton's website mentions the following :

Questions, Class of 2018:

1. (Required) What do you hope to gain both personally and professionally from the Wharton MBA? (500 words)

2. (Optional) Please use the space below to highlight any additional information that you would like the Admissions Committee to know about your candidacy. (400 words)

Additional Question for Reapplicants:

All reapplicants to Wharton are required to complete this essay. Explain how you have reflected on the previous decision about your application, and discuss any updates to your candidacy (e.g., changes in your professional life, additional coursework, extracurricular/volunteer engagements). (250 words)
All applicants, including reapplicants can also use this section to address any extenuating circumstances. (250 words)


If that is the case, I used the optional (one in bold above, 400 words limit) to show the personal side as essay 1 had already talked about why MBA, why Wharton, LT/ST goals etc etc.

I used the traditional optional essay (250 words one) to talk about why I don't need to submit a toefl.
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Thank you, that was very helpful!

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Just curious about the opinions of people who have applied in R1 on Wharton's optional essay. The input I got from a lot of the current students were pretty mixed. Some suggested to use the extra word space to impress the Adcom whereas others thought that only use the space if there is something extraordinary or a compelling reason to share (explaining a bad grade or a low GMAT score).

If someone can share their thoughts, that would be great!


Good question. There are 2 optional essays actually in Wharton. 1 is the traditional optional essay that you should use for explaining any gaps in employment, low GMAT/GPA etc while the other optional essay is an optional to the 1st essay. I am thinking you are referring to the 2nd one.

Wharton's website mentions the following :

Questions, Class of 2018:

1. (Required) What do you hope to gain both personally and professionally from the Wharton MBA? (500 words)

2. (Optional) Please use the space below to highlight any additional information that you would like the Admissions Committee to know about your candidacy. (400 words)

Additional Question for Reapplicants:

All reapplicants to Wharton are required to complete this essay. Explain how you have reflected on the previous decision about your application, and discuss any updates to your candidacy (e.g., changes in your professional life, additional coursework, extracurricular/volunteer engagements). (250 words)
All applicants, including reapplicants can also use this section to address any extenuating circumstances. (250 words)


If that is the case, I used the optional (one in bold above, 400 words limit) to show the personal side as essay 1 had already talked about why MBA, why Wharton, LT/ST goals etc etc.

I used the traditional optional essay (250 words one) to talk about why I don't need to submit a toefl.

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I agree with this approach. To not use the 400-word optional essay would be, in my opinion, a wasted opportunity to let the adcom know something else about your candidacy/yourself that isn't covered through the rest of your materials. Almost all of my clients make use of this space. I have had a few successful Wharton cilents who've only done the one main essay, but just a few.

It's the shorter optional essay that should only be used if you have something that could be a red flag (low grades, low GMAT, gap years, etc) and need to explain it.

Hope that helps!

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Just curious about the opinions of people who have applied in R1 on Wharton's optional essay. The input I got from a lot of the current students were pretty mixed. Some suggested to use the extra word space to impress the Adcom whereas others thought that only use the space if there is something extraordinary or a compelling reason to share (explaining a bad grade or a low GMAT score).

If someone can share their thoughts, that would be great!


Good question. There are 2 optional essays actually in Wharton. 1 is the traditional optional essay that you should use for explaining any gaps in employment, low GMAT/GPA etc while the other optional essay is an optional to the 1st essay. I am thinking you are referring to the 2nd one.

Wharton's website mentions the following :

Questions, Class of 2018:

1. (Required) What do you hope to gain both personally and professionally from the Wharton MBA? (500 words)

2. (Optional) Please use the space below to highlight any additional information that you would like the Admissions Committee to know about your candidacy. (400 words)

Additional Question for Reapplicants:

All reapplicants to Wharton are required to complete this essay. Explain how you have reflected on the previous decision about your application, and discuss any updates to your candidacy (e.g., changes in your professional life, additional coursework, extracurricular/volunteer engagements). (250 words)
All applicants, including reapplicants can also use this section to address any extenuating circumstances. (250 words)


If that is the case, I used the optional (one in bold above, 400 words limit) to show the personal side as essay 1 had already talked about why MBA, why Wharton, LT/ST goals etc etc.

I used the traditional optional essay (250 words one) to talk about why I don't need to submit a toefl.

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Just curious about the opinions of people who have applied in R1 on Wharton's optional essay. The input I got from a lot of the current students were pretty mixed. Some suggested to use the extra word space to impress the Adcom whereas others thought that only use the space if there is something extraordinary or a compelling reason to share (explaining a bad grade or a low GMAT score).

If someone can share their thoughts, that would be great!



I didn't realize at the time that there were really 2 optional essays - I only did the 400 word optional essay. I used it to address my low GPA (3.1), but linked it very strongly to my Required essay (Coming from non-traditional Engineering background - why I'm not like other engineers, why I had a low engineering GPA in school, why I want to study for an MBA)

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Does anybody know how many Wharton accepts round 1 after interview?

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Does Wharton call accepted applicants on the day prior to 12/17 or does everyone just get an email notification on 12/17?

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