That might also get me noticed, too, but not in a good way.
When was the last time you tackled the task of essay writing for an audience?
Essays are a chance for you to really tell your story.
Be sure you understand the questions and that you answer the question that is asked. Tell us what you really think, not what you think the admissions committee wants to hear.
That may sound obvious, but many applicants try to make an essay they wrote for another school fit the question, or they may use the question as an opportunity to say what they want to say instead of what the committee has asked. Your response should be descriptive, straightforward and sincere. Typos create a poor impression, and inserting the wrong school name in your essay creates a poor impression. Find a friend who can give your essay a second look.
Please leave your worries behind and answer the question being presented. Take time to think, then write – these are not easy questions to answer. You have probably read it a dozen times and might need a set of fresh eyes.
I am in the United States now in order to further my education, improve my English, and make sure that I have the skills to work effectively with business leaders from everywhere in the world...
I come from a land of unparalleled physical beauty but sadly one that is also still struggling to overcome a strict class system that does not reflect the changing values of today’s Argentine people.
There are many things to think about when crafting an essay for your MBA application, but I am going to keep it simple and focus on three: 1. Through the many facets of the application, plus the interview, you will have the opportunity to do so.
For now, though, the specific essay question you are looking at is your priority.