Tag Archives: Wharton

Focus and Perspective (aka Life > Applications)

To a casual observer of my life in the past week or so, it would appear that I’ve made zero progress on my remaining business school applications since submitting my last one. As evidence, one might point to the mostly … Continue reading

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I Like Wharton’s Curriculum Changes, But First I Have to Apply

Wharton recently announced changes to its curriculum, to be partially rolled out in the fall of 2011 and completed in the fall of 2012. It’s relevant to take a look, since any prospective applicants to Wharton (like me) should take note of … Continue reading

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Am I One of the Top 4,653 Applicants? (Quantifying My Chances at Getting Into a Top Business School)

I’m a planner. I like to know what’s going to happen. One way I do that is by estimating the chances of something occurring and setting my expectations accordingly. This is especially the case with the nebulous world of business … Continue reading

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