Chicago Booth 2016-2017 Essay Tips and Application Deadlines

As is usual, Chicago Booth has again modified its questions. I have taken the questions from the application form. While applicants are likely to first notice the absence of a goals essay, something that the which introduced the new questions discussed, there is actually somewhere between 300 and 400 words to do so. I don’t know why Booth is trying to not make this look like an essay or address it directly unless it is simply to appear to be like some other top schools that have cut back on essay content. In a subsequent , they wrote:

Chicago Booth 2014-2015 Application Deadlines, Essays
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Myth 9: The Admissions Committee members only read the first essay in the application – they disregard the rest.
Our staff, including our Admissions Fellows, reads each and every essay, recommendation letter and transcript that crosses our desks. This makes for a great deal of work but we’re committed to putting together the best possible class and to do so, we feel we need to get to know each applicant well. This process is a part of what makes Chicago Booth a unique place. You’ve worked hard to submit your application, and we appreciate that effort.

Chicago Booth Weekend Part-Time MBA Application Essay Tips

Chicago Booth Application DeadlinesRound 1: September 17, 2015Round 2: January 5, 2016Round 3: April 5, 2016
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