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Fridays From the Frontline

Hello and welcome to another edition of Fridays From the Frontline, Clear Admit’s dedicated weekly post featuring the voices of b-school bloggers. This week applicants continued to prep for the upcoming application season, while current students graduated or enjoyed a week off before starting summer internships.

Motown provided a suggestion on how to feel better about GMAT scores. A little behind the times, GMAT Delhi finally celebrated her BoB nomination and win for best GMAT advice. Zaphod compiled a list of the four year university requirements for most MBA programs. KT lost his fascination with the US and amended his MBA plans. Nick reported his MIT zap. Random Wok discussed some of the advantages of being a California resident if you plan on going to Anderson. Pyarapopat broke the 750 mark on his GMAT prep tests. Kruthika took a short break from GMAT prep to watch a romantic comedy. Yours Truly expressed interest in the profiles of incoming students at ISB. MBAdventure embraced social media.

Columbia ’12 Praz guided his readers through the different leadership positions he held over the last year. Darden ’12 Jonathan shared many photographs and thoughts on his recently concluded two week Darden trip to Israel. IMD ’11 Howie participated in another integrative exercise. Kellogg ’12 Jeremy shared some of his approaches to finding more time in business school. LBS ’12 mbahut dedicated his most recent post to sports and competition opportunities at LBS. Darden ’12 Lily adjusted to the real world and couch surfed. INSEAD ’11 V. reflected on the international experience he had been enjoying over the last five months. MIT ’12 Paul caught up on some of the fall reading he hadn’t found time for.

Kellogg ’11 D.G. found himself in quite a busy ninth week of school and shared a few of his wishes. Darden ’11 Brilliantly Titled received the letter he wrote himself when he first started the program. As the quarter progressed, Kellogg ’11 Orlando found himself with no further reading assignments. Darden ’11 Julie graduated!

And that’s a wrap for this round of Fridays From the Frontline. Congratulations to all the new grads of this week, and the weeks that follow. Until next Friday, have a great weekend!

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