65 Successful Harvard Business School Application Essays 2nd Edition 1

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BUSINESS SCHOOL

HARVARD

SUCCESSFUL

65

APPLICATION

SECOND EDITION

E S S AY S

APPLICATION

BUSINESS SCHOOL

HARVARD

SUCCESSFUL

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ECSNS A IYI O N S SE O D ED T
With Analysis by the Staff of The Harbus, the Harvard Business School Newspaper

ST. MARTIN’S GRIFFIN

NEW YORK

65 SUCCESSFUL HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL APPLICATION ESSAYS, SECOND EDITION.

Copyright © 2009 byThe Harbus News Corporation. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. For-information, address St. Martin's Press, 175 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10010. www.stmartins.com Library of Congress Cataloging...in..Publication Data 65 successful Harvard Business -School application essays : with analysis by the staff of
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setback or failUre
Chris Withers Eugenia Gibbons John Richard Craig Ellis Irfhan Rawji Thomson Nguy Anonymous Jordan Burton 150 152 154 157 159 161 163 165

Vii. ethical issUes
Anonymous PaulYeh Rye Barcott Anonymous Adam Heltzer Anonymous Anonymous 171 174 177 180 183 186 189

Viii. other QUestion
Nathan Dutzmann Anonymous David Zhang John Schmit 197 200 203 206

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Contents Jaime Arreola Anonymous Ally Ip Anonymous Anonymous Cabin Kim 209 212 215 218 220 222

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The motivation to create the second edition of 65 Successful Harvard Business School Application Essays came from a recent rise in business school applications. With an abundance of qualified candidates to choose from, admissions officers can be more selective, making admission to top schools even more challenging for applicants. The Harbus, the Harvard Business School weekly student newspaper, recognizes that applicants require up-to-date materials and inspiration to match the current environment. While this book includes the latest application essays, which are updated regularly by the ad... missions committee, it retains several essaysfrom the first edition of the book because of their uniqueness as well as to reflect typical question topics that may reappear in future admissions' applications. It is worth noting that this book is created by The Harbus News
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