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Last Updated May 3, 2016 by

Indian School of Business Essay Topic Analysis 2016-2017

Following up on our post with the 2016-2017 Indian School of Business essays, we wanted to offer some guidance to applicants who are targeting the ISB PGP in Management this admissions season.  The ISB adcom has streamlined its essay set for this year, yielding only two required essays with some... Read more »

Last Updated Jul 23, 2015 by

Indian School of Business 2015-2016 Essay Topic Analysis

Following up on our post with the 2015-2016 Indian School of Business essays, we wanted to offer some guidance to applicants who are targeting the ISB PGP in Management this admissions season. On the surface, the ISB adcom has overhauled its essay set for this year, introducing three new prompts... Read more »

Last Updated Aug 1, 2014 by

Indian School of Business Essay Topic Analysis 2014-2015

Today we’ll take a look at the Indian School of Business’s MBA essays for 2014-2015 and offer some thoughts about how applicants might approach this set of responses. With the exception of the fourth and optional essay, each of these prompts is new for this admissions season. Whereas last year’s... Read more »

Last Updated May 16, 2013 by

ISB Essay Topic Analysis 2013-2014

Welcome to Clear Admit’s first essay topic analysis of the 2013-2014 admissions season!  Today we’re reviewing the essay questions recently posted by the Indian School of Business.  Each of ISB’s three required essay topics changed since the previous application season, although the application remains focused on candidates’ achievements and professional... Read more »

Last Updated Oct 5, 2012 by

Indian School of Business Essay Topic Analysis 2012-2013

Today we’ll be taking a look at this season’s essay questions for the Indian School of Business, one of which has changed from last application season.  This year, the application requires that candidates respond to three questions about their achievements and professional goals, as well as a topic of their... Read more »

Last Updated May 24, 2011 by

Indian School of Business (ISB) Essay Topic Analysis 2011-2012

Today we’ll be taking a look at this season’s essay questions for the Indian School of Business.  The application requires that this year’s candidates respond to three questions about their accomplishments and professional goals, as well as a topic of their choice.  The narrow 300-word limit for each of these... Read more »

Last Updated May 24, 2011 by

Analysis of Indian School of Business Essay 3: Please provide additional information that will significantly affect the consideration of your application to the ISB.

Please provide additional information that will significantly affect the consideration of your application to the ISB. (300 words max) This question provides candidates a chance to explore an important aspect of their candidacy not mentioned in their data forms, resume, or other responses. For applicants from oversubscribed groups in the... Read more »

Last Updated May 24, 2011 by

Analysis of Indian School of Business Essay 2: Where do you see yourself three years after you graduate from the ISB?

Where do you see yourself three years after you graduate from the ISB? (300 words max) In a shift from last year’s question, though still a variation of the standard career goals/why MBA essay, ISB is asking applicants this season to focus solely on their short-term goals.  ISB requests that... Read more »

Last Updated May 24, 2011 by

Analysis of Indian School of Business Essay 1: Please detail your two most significant achievements.

Please detail your two most significant achievements. These could be either professional or personal but relevant to your application to the ISB. (300 words max) New to the ISB application, this is a fairly straightforward question, but brevity will be key given the 300-word limit.  Applicants should select two achievements... Read more »

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