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New post 25 Dec 2004, 03:11
Scott and others,

I have heard that HBS is very picky about word-limit. Is it true?

Currently my HBS essays are in the 410-430 word range except for one which is 437 (the longterm career aspiration essay).
I know I am below +10% but should I worry much about the word limit for HBS? Are they very strict?
Please Advice,

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New post 27 Dec 2004, 11:55
If you're within the 10% then you'll be fine. I was over on a few of my essays on the order that you described for my HBS essays and didn't have any problems.
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