Fridays From the Frontline is Clear Admit’s weekly summation of posts from the business school blogosphere. This week, current applicants attend MBA-related events, while current students discuss the insights they’ve gained during business school.
In the applicant corner, Texaswannabecali broke down the myriad discussions that took place at a McCombs info session. She also went to another MBA event which she describes as “handshake, smile and nod on repeat.” On the other hand, Efessays, or Old Faithful as he is known in the business, offers a virtual lesson on the essay section of the GMAT.
Switching gears to current students, Heather Langerman, a student in the Healthcare Sector Management program at Fuqua, says that health does not just have to do with medical care, but is also linked with socioeconomic factors like income and education. Meanwhile, Shayak Mazumder explains that in business school you only get to choose two of the following three things: sleep, good grades, and a social life. Lastly, 2y-hbs begins his second year at Harvard Business School and explains how it will be much more flexible than his “military-like” first year.
That’s everything for this week. Good luck with your applications, and be sure to tune in next week for more news from the business school blogosphere!
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