Hello and welcome to Fridays From the Frontline, Clear Admit’s ongoing blog post that seeks out the freshest news and experiences of the b-school blogosphere. This week was another relatively quiet week for current students, though a few checked in with updates. Applicants were more heavily represented, discussing R2 application strategies and considering other facets of a b-school application process.
Domotron descended into a state of lethargy with most of his interviews behind him, though he did realize he’d have to finish up his Kellogg application before becoming entirely sloth-like. MBA The Nonprofit Way submitted her Johnson app and tried to explain just what it was about the program that really appealed to her. Sarah created a game plan for the month of December to ensure she would be able to submit two applications as well as retake the GMAT. HammO enjoyed his Thanksgiving, though he did have to respond to quite a number of questions from family members in regards to his b-school plans. With a Columbia acceptance in hand, MBAGirlJourney turned her attentions to the tricky matter of financing her education.
LBS ’15 Will assured readers that moving to London and setting up a home base there wasn’t as tricky or stressful as they might think. Kellogg ’15 Aftab shared some of his thoughts on participating in case study competitions. HBS ’15 Two Years at HBS outlined a typical day’s schedule for his readers. INSEAD ’15 Ido was featured in a blog post geared towards highlighting the school’s diversity, which he certainly reflects through his Israeli military service and love of music.
And that’s the news for this week. We hope that all bloggers continue to report their most recent activities, invitations or other news. Until next week, have a wonderful weekend!
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