What if you can combine all the elements of your personality – family, upbringing, what you love, the courses you love, and your professional accomplishments in one essay or as an illustration?That is what the admission team means when they ask you to be creative.
Where essay 1 is all about your professional goals, the “pick six” essay is about personal expression – you as a human being.
While you have the option of including something professional or related to your goals, make sure that this essay complements the first one, which is professionally focused.
Notice how she ends with a positive affirmation that she would like to celebrate next year with Stern MBA classmates – an interesting way to show motivation to join Stern MBA.
The candidate illustrates his life through drawings starting with his wife and him, then he explains Riemann sphere to show his passion for Mathematics, demonstrate his passion for teaching for non-profit by drawing a classroom lecture session, and finally captures his dog and shares how he changed the puppy from a destructive to a loving companion.
The sample essay and images for NYU Stern is a much-needed resource for MBA Application." -1) A detailed Analysis of NYU Stern MBA Curriculum for 2018-19 with context on how Specialization and Electives, Experiential Learning, DBI (Doing Business In), Stern Consulting Corps (SCC), Stern Signature Projects, Board Fellows Program, Social Impact Internship Fund (SIIF), Global Courses and Leadership Development would add value.
most difficult program in US News rankings to gain acceptance to.He captures creativity in the true sense, and we believe this video is the ideal example of what the Stern MBA Admission team is expecting from you – capture an aspect of your personality that has not been covered by the resume, recommendation letter, or Essay 1......................"Very well written.Doesn't' get too technical regarding the writing techniques.Let your individuality (not weirdness) shine in this essay.This can be a great place to reveal personal interests, hobbies, or community service commitments.Just when I thought the book had surprised me, the author gets into the stuff that is incredibly important - essay writing.The second part of the book is a collection of essay writing tips, review principles and storytelling tips that would help applicants create interesting narratives.It is surprising to see how each specialization offered at the MBA program is explained in great detail.The sample goals essay is another part of the book that I found useful.The leadership traits highlighted in the guide are thought-gems that I have never read before." -"I think we often underestimate what simple storytelling can do for admissions.The author demonstrates how to master storytelling without losing sight of the goal.