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Top 10 Clear Admit Articles in 2015

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‘Tis the season for “best of” lists. Not to disappoint, we’ve compiled a few top 10 lists of our own here at Clear Admit to close out 2015. First up: Readers’ Pick. You voted with your mouse clicks, and the following news articles got the most views over the past 12 months.

Clear Admit 2015 Top 10 News Posts

1. Stanford, Wharton, CBS Post Class of 2018 Admissions Deadlines

Nothing signals the start of the frantic MBA admissions season more than when the big guns announce their application deadlines.

2. Harvard Business School Sends Round 2 Interview Invitations Beginning Tomorrow

When HBS interview invitations go out, the MBA applicant community takes notice.

3. Five Questions to Consider Before Submitting an Optional Essay

Because everyone loves a listicle, and this one can keep you from wasting the adcom’s time with unnecessary “optional” essays. (More is not always more…)

4. Chicago Booth Admissions Director Reveals Origins of Unusual New Essay Prompt

Booth shook things up this year with its photo prompt—and Admissions Director Kurt Ahlm shared some of the school’s thinking behind the move.

5. New Immersion Seminar Helps Columbia Business School Students Take Advantage of NYC Location

CBS touts its place “at the very center of business,” and this new seminar option lets students learn first hand what some of the biggest names in business are all about.

6. Should I Apply in Round 1 or Round 2?

Ah, the age old question that MBA applicants struggle with year in and year out.

7. How Work Experience Helps Open MBA Doors

Students at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business share how what they did before the MBA mattered.

8. Admissions Tip: Waitlists That Discourage Supplemental Information

Bottom line: It’s wise to follow directions.

9. Admissions Tip: Approaching the Career Goals Essay

No matter how creative schools get with their essay questions, chances are good that you’re going to run into this one at some point during the process.

10. Wharton Joins the 43 Percent Club, Average GMAT Soars

Lots of people wanted to read about Wharton’s incoming class, which featured record-breaking average GMAT scores and plenty of women.