I recently wrote this article that was published today by the Financial Times.
It begins . . . “As the number of admissions applications to top MBA programmes climbs, the stress levels among today’s applicants are reaching fever pitch, inciting far-reaching. . . ” Read on.
I would love to learn what you, as past, present, and future applicants, think about this topic.
How did/do you cope with the stress associated with the application process? Were you ever tempted to cross an ethical line? Do you know others who were?
As you think on your own applications, does the concept of story telling help ease some of the stress? Please let me know how the process overall affects each of you.