Even better, select an activity that resonates with the narrative of your application: I’m assembling a packet for a new baby when a woman in labor is pushed in on a wheelchair. All the delivery rooms are occupied.“We have to put her in the triage room,” she announces to the doctor.
While I run to get the door for a visitor, another nurse hurriedly hands me a lab sample to deliver as she rushes to her next patient.
“We care a great deal about your awareness of your future goals.
We just don’t believe that you need to craft an entire narrative around them.
“The two essays map directly to aware and nice,” explains Luke Anthony Peña, executive director of admissions and financial aid.
“The essays invite reflection on these criteria because you have opportunity elsewhere to demonstrate that you are smart, through your GMAT, GRE and transcripts, and accomplished per your resume.” Applicants will now articulate their goals in short-answer questions.
“We also recognize that applying to business school is a significant investment of time and energy for both you and your references.
Whatever you choose, make sure you choose an activity that has had an impact on your growth and personal development.
Your answer to this question should also tell admissions officers something about your interests, talents, and passions.
Your choice here should reinforce and add to your college application narrative.