MBA APPLICATION ESSAY

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Application Essays for top ranked Business Schools

“An essay?” An annoyed voice came out from a corner of my mind. “Am I applying to study English Literature at the Oxford University?” Another voice asked nervously, “But, I have no experience in writing essays. I am from an analytical background. I know how to solve geometry, but writing essays is surely not my cup of tea”. Finally, the logical voice opined, “Why not get some idea by reading few MBA application essays and see what others actually write?” Sounds like a voice of reason. The adventurous voice offered, “Why not ransack the internet to get tips, advice, and guidance from all across the world and build some idea”. So, here you are, finally, to get some idea about effective application essays.

Well friend, we understand you. We, all the editors in MBA Essay Consultant, are MBAs from globally ranked B-Schools. We know that you also have the same dream. We achieved our childhood dreams and hence we want you to achieve yours as well. As a result, every single thing we do is guided by one philosophy – assist applicants from all across the globe to secure admissions to top ranked B-schools. We handhold applicants in each and every step of the admission process and help them to overcome the cut throat competition.

As you read the sample application essays, keep one thing in mind. Admission essays don’t have any standard template. Otherwise where is the creativity in an essay? And if it’s not creative, it is just another boring template-driven essay that follows the well-beaten paths. Admission Officers read such cookie-cutter application essays that follow the same blue-print but only have different colours.

MBA Essay Consultant editors don’t follow any standard template and hence no two application essays look the same. Hence read these sample essays to trigger some original thought but don’t follow them. Our purpose is not to show you the “path” as there is no single path to write application essays. Instead create your own path. Following the script shown in these essays will portray you not as a brave leader who is willing to create his own path but as a not-so-bright followers, who don’t have the courage to think outside the box.