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Don't Miss Our March Newsletter!
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This edition of our free, monthly newsletter will be released on Wednesday, March 1 and include these items:
Video: It's Not Too Early to Start Planning for Next Year
The Hidden Payoff of Your B-School Essays
Can Speed Reading Help Boost Your GMAT Score?
AdmissionsBoards.com Business School Post of the Month
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Essays are important but only in context
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There's no question that essays play an important part in b-school admissions – but some applicants have the wrong idea about why essays are important, or what admissions committees look for when they read them.
York Schulich construction update
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Urban Toronto has a nice article with a good update on the construction projects underway at York University’s Schulich School of Business.
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The Case for Applying Late
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We asked Senior Consultant Susan Shaffer for her opinion on whether admissions committees ever compare Round 3 applicants to the people they already have on the waitlist.
Presenting Non Profit Experience
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Sure, most MBA students are motivated at least in part by profit. And most MBA graduates take the skills they learn to business ventures, where they create value for themselves and others in forms that are measured in dollars and cents. But the fundamental skills that business schools teach are not about money – they’re about management. Those skills are just as valuable in nonprofits and in public service as they are in business.