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    Fridays from the Frontline: Booth’s LEAD Program Goes to India

    Fridays from the Frontline The Leadership Effectiveness and Development (LEAD) program at the University of Chicago Booth’s School of Business was fostered to enhance students’ self-awareness

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    A Comprehensive Set of MBA Interview Resources

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    MIT Sloan Round 3 Round Up from Admissions Director Dawna Levenson

    With the Round 3 deadline having passed yesterday for applicants to MIT Sloan School of Management, Director of Admissions Dawna Levenson was quick to add an update post to her “From the Desk of the

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    Enrolled: Columbia
    Admitted: Columbia, MIT Sloan, Yale SOM
    GMAT: 770
    Post-MBA Career: Technology
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    Enrolled: Harvard Business School
    Admitted: U. Chicago Booth, Harvard Business School, Michigan / Ross, MIT Sloan, Stanford GSB
    GMAT: 750 GPA: 3.5
    Post-MBA Career: Technology
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    Enrolled: Harvard Business School
    Admitted: Harvard Business School, UPenn / Wharton
    GMAT: 710 GPA: 3.85
    Post-MBA Career: Private Equity