MBA Application Essay Tips (School Specific)
In this Stanford MBA Essay Tips article, we will cover the qualities that Stanford GSB value, the strategies that will help you with a productive writing process, and tips to answer each question. The total word count should not exceed 1600 words. For 2013-14, the total number of essays required to be answered is three, that include two essays (Essay 1 and 2) about personal motivations, and one essay (essay 3 from three options) about events, circumstances, and people that have shaped your personality.
Columbia MBA Essays for 2013-14 has been released. Columbia Business School has reduced the total word count from 1250 words to 1000. However, the number of essays has increased to four from three. This year, the school has introduced a 100-character short-answer question. In this Columbia MBA Essay Tips article, we will cover the best practices for writing essays, how to pick the gist of the videos for essay 2 and overall strategies for differentiating yourself from other applicants.
Harvard MBA 2013-14 Essay for the Class of 2016 has been released. The big surprise has been the open-ended essay without any word limit. In this HBS Essay tip article, we will cover the changes in the MBA Admission process, characteristics of MBA Applicants that Harvard Business School values, elements of your personality that should be included in the essay and best practices to ace the essay.
MIT MBA Essays for 2013-14 has been released. Unlike other schools, MIT Sloan School of Management has made no changes in the number of essays, and the word limit for each one of them. The number of essays is two and the word limit is 500 words or less for each essay. In this MIT Sloan MBA Essay Tip article, we will cover leadership traits that Sloan values and offer specific tips for answering the two essays.