5 Weeks, 10,000 Views, and all the Essay Analyses! (almost)

Woohoo! 5 weeks into my journey and we have hit 10,000 views!

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Thank you to everyone that has been actively following my blog and my journey. I hope this blog helps you in your quest, and provides you the perspective and the tools to achieve your dreams. Here are some other MBA applicant blogs in which I am a fan:

Fellow MBA Applicant Blogs I am following:


I also wanted to debut a new tool of mine that will be regularly updated in the above toolbar in the Essay Analysis section. It  will continually update and provide all essay analyses of the major MBA admission consulting firms (that publish them).

Please use the free analysis provided in the links to help you on your journey.

Essay Analysis as of 6/22/14 (regularly updated page here)

School Accepted Admissionado Clear Admit mbaMission
Carnegie Mellon
Chicago (Booth)
Columbia link link link link
Cornell (Johnson)
Dartmouth (Tuck) link link link link
Duke (Fuqua) link
Harvard link link link link
Michigan (Ross) link link
MIT (Sloan) link link
Northwest. (Kellogg)
NYU (Stern) link link
Penn (Wharton) link link link link
Stanford link link link link
Texas (McCombs)
UC Berkeley (Haas)
UCLA (Anderson)
UNC (Kenan-Flagler)
Virginia (Darden)
Yale

 


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5 Responses to “5 Weeks, 10,000 Views, and all the Essay Analyses! (almost)”

  1. Fridays From the Frontline - Clear Admit

    […] Anderson students, past, present and future have been active this week, with MBAReApplicant continuing the ‘Why Anderson’ series, featuring comments from current students and alumni.   MBAonMyMind has started a tally of schools to consider,  GrantMeAdmission outlines a typical ‘day in the life of an MBA applicant‘ which is anything but ‘typical!  GrantMeAdmission is also celebrating 10,000 views on the blog, with a post that lists some of his favorite bloggers. […]

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