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Fridays From The Frontline

Hello and welcome to Fridays From The Frontlines, Clear Admit’s weekly perusal of the best of b-school blogging. This week applicants were a busy bunch with one large deadline in the forefront of many of their minds. Current students were adjusting to campus life.

BSchool Admit introduced his fellow applicant bloggers to the worldDomotron submitted his HBS application and shifted his focus to his Wharton and HBS applications. ExpectingMBAMILF pondered whether there is a true gender gap in MBA programsSanket was in love with the MBA application processSarah reviewed the Economist’s GMAT prep softwareTimBob  vacationed in France and shared a humorous chart of the process one goes through to complete an application.

McCombs ’15 Raj was three weeks into his MBA experience and didn’t regret it a bit. Anderson ’15 Daniel  introduced his fellow first year bloggers to the world. Booth ’15 Pru celebrated the anniversary of her initial ‘crash and burn’ R1 applications. HBS ‘145 2YHBS found himself very busy and discussing the required curriculum.
Cambridge ’14 Laurent told the story of how he got to work with the founder of Infosys. Tepper ’14 CCatcher took it easy and had a light to-do calendar, but knew that would change next week. McCombs ’14 Chirali concluded her internship and expounded on the beauty of the U.S. National Parks in the west.

And that’s a wrap for this week’s Fridays From The Frontline. We hope applicants stay on track as R1 deadlines speedily make their way to the present and that current students continue to enjoy their classes and new friends. Until next week, have a great weekend!


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