Fridays From the Frontline
Hello there and welcome to the latest edition of Fridays From the Frontline, Clear Admit’s weekly wander through the hallowed cyber halls of the b-school blogosphere. This week current students were wrapping up their semesters while aspirants were in different stages of readiness for the 2011-2012 application cycle.
Carl Incognito finally took the GMAT and discussed the process and the resulting 770 score. Pyarapopat also took the GMAT and scored just a little below Carl. Yours Truly submitted his Reliance Stanford Scholarship application and had 32 days remaining before taking the GMAT. Ellipser was busy as a bee as he prepared for his arrival on Cornell’s campus. Motown realized that June was the beginning of the application season and began to really think about how she wanted to present herself. MBA Adventurer tackled the topic of work/life balance through photographs, at one point suggesting that hugging a baby will help make everything become better. Unfathomable crossed his fingers and hoped to be a recipient of the Beat the GMAT scholarship awards. Rolipolli won a Clear Admit guide through Twitter. Kruthika was in his 16th day of GMAT study prep. MyMBADreamz prepared for both the GMAT and the LSAT.
Columbia ’12 Praz wrote about his first week of his internship at American Express. Darden ’12 Darden Poet returned to Charlottesville to celebrate his fifth year college reunion. Kellogg ’12 Jeremy focused his latest post on his entrepreneurial finance course. INSEAD ’11 V. shared a video he made that encapsulated the challenges and determination he has faced at the school thus far.
Kellogg ’11 D.G. found himself in his last week of classes. BU ’11 Felish failed to make fried rice, but made some tasty mush. Harvard ’12 Military to Business addressed the question of what it’s like to serve in the National Guard while attending b-school. From the look of his latest photograph, Kellogg ’11 Orlando had completed all there was to complete.
And that’s all they wrote this week for Fridays From the Frontline. We wish all newbies on the scene all the luck in their GMAT prep while hope for only good things for all the recent grads. Until next week, have a great weekend!
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