Even supremely confident applicants with extensive experience in business at times feel lost during the application process. “What exactly IS a personal statement?” you might wonder. “Is there a right answer to this question, or it is just open-ended? Should I apply for first-round decisions with a so-so GMAT score, or take the test again and wait for second-round decisions?”
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