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[Essay/PS] 留学美国研究生essay资料模板下载

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$ |+ `0 a  u! o& MChapter I Application Essay Examples1 j4 a' u1 V, G/ J
INTRODUCTION( @9 ?* H/ e, w! W$ Z. {1 ~
This appendix contains 115 actual essays written, by 17 different applicants, for leading MBA programs. They address dozens of different essay topics. The applicants and their essays have been selected to give you the widest possible range of materials from which to profit.

* r0 Y% V6 [" ]The first four applicants all applied to the University of Chicago. They were chosen by Chicago’s admissions director, Don Martin, according to my desire that they be from four very different people and of average quality for those admitted. In other words, these essays will show you exactly what you are competing against. They are of perfectly acceptable quality, but they should not discourage you. If you follow the lessons of this book you should be able to surpass each of these efforts.9 K+ `5 f. V" B/ O' `2 T0 G
The second set of three applicants—Melissa, Doreen, and Carol—is taken from Columbia University’s files. Columbia’s admissions director, Linda Meehan, was asked to supply several applications, again from people of widely differing backgrounds, but this time of superior quality. I think that this group’s applications are of a somewhat higher average standard than the Chicago applications, true to my request, but I do not think that any of them should prove daunting to readers of this book.
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The remaining applicants feature a high proportion of candidates whom Education U.S.A. helped apply. This is not true for all of them, but what is true is that all of their applications are of a high standard. They have been chosen because they offer good models for learning in addition to representing the widest possible range of backgrounds and future goals. Thus here you will find everything from an American commercial photographer to a Cameroonian electrical engineering consultant. The range of applicants, however, extends beyond questions of their job and university backgrounds. Approximately half of the applicants are women, the other half men. A slight majority of the applicants are American, but the others come from a range of countries. (My company operates in Europe as well as the United States and does not just pay lip service to the notion of globalization.) The schools they applied to include over a dozen leading American and half-dozen European schools.- h$ g6 F, d1 E3 @) H* z
You won’t read page by page through this whole, lengthy section. The charts on the following pages are meant to facilitate your picking and choosing whatever is of greatest interest to you. For example, if you are coming from a traditional “feeder” firm or industry, such as management consulting or engineering, and want to see how others distinguished themselves, you can profit from the essays of more than half a dozen applicants. If you had a weak college record, examine the essays of Jon, Terry, and Doreen. If you want to see examples from minority applicants, look at Isabella (Hispanic), Melissa (African-American), or Alb** (African). If you are from a public sector background, look at the applications of George, Debra, and Alb**. If, on the other hand, you are from an artistic field, try Terry’s. This does not exhaust the possibilities; whatever your circumstances, you are likely to find one or more applicants who were similarly situated.* \% K0 G# T  q8 a# A) a
To get the most out of this section, do three things:& b) d7 E9 r. M- q" W
Read the best examples below—these of Roxane, Terry, Jon, Anne, and Joerg—to see how professionally someone can market him- or herself. These are textbook examples of good applications.Refer back to the discussion in Chapter 8 of overall marketing principles and the Chapter 9 analysis of specific essay topics you will need to address.: o# k5 h7 ?: k" g  p" i
Then look at the efforts of the people who most resemble you in terms of their backgrounds, critical issues they needed to address, and schools they were applying to.: C/ P$ O" h5 f1 B* g, U- g
Of course, you should not try to copy what these applicants have done. Instead, adopt the attitude of an admissions director and ask yourself just what worked and what failed for each applicant, and then ask what lessons there are for you.
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% n$ p! L2 `! P9 t6 Q(One last note: Some of the applicants wanted their full names used whereas others wanted only their first names used, or even wanted their identities lightly disguised by using a different first name or by eliminating the names of their bosses or companies. Thus there is no uniform policy followed here, except that of honoring the wishes of the applicants.)5 l* K5 |7 Y5 D
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