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20 Feb 2005, 16:27
1. Can self-confidence be ur personal value that u value the most?

2. Q-"If you were given a free day and could spend it anywhere, in any way you choose, what would you do?"

can the answer to the above question be imaginary?What is the best way to answer the above question.

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21 Feb 2005, 19:31
Yes, sure it can definitely be the personal value you that you value the most -- would a self confident person ask that?

Yes, it can "anywhere". This is what we call a "personal philosophy" question. It should give the admissions committee inisght into who you are and what your about. The place isn't important so much as your ability to demonstrate those things through the location.
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27 Feb 2005, 03:31
In wharton essay 3-" describe your experience when u were part of a group that didn't meet its outcome. wht did u learn?" - how much focus should be on me..should i accept tht i made mistakes or shud i say that my group made mistakes....wht should be my role in such situation.

i'm confuded how should i project myself.

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01 Mar 2005, 21:20
This essay shouldn't be about whether you made mistakes or whether your teammates made mistakes, but rather about what you learned about teamwork and interacting in teams from the experience. This is really a "what did you learn" question. And the more you can explain that and express how you applied what you learned to how you perform today the better. Don't get too caught up in explaining the details of the experience.
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