MBA ApplyWire Spotlight: Define Your Long-term Goal
As applicants consider what business schools to shortlist, many are posting to Clear Admit’s MBA ApplyWire, an admissions tool for feedback on candidacy, school choice and more. This week, we take a closer look at an MBA hopeful applying to Columbia, NYU Stern, U. Chicago Booth, UPenn / Wharton, and Yale SOM. Read on for the details.
Resident admissions expert Alex Brown kicked off the thread:
The original poster then returned:
Alex then wrapped up the conversation:
Best of luck with your applications! And if you want more about MBA ApplyWire and admissions profiles, check out our latest WireTaps podcast episode!
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About the Author
Lauren Wakal is the Editor-in-Chief of Clear Admit, responsible for overseeing content creation for the site. Lauren has been covering the MBA admissions space for more than a decade, from in-depth business school profiles to weekly breaking news and more.
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