For its Fall 2009 program, the UCLA Anderson School of Business has done something completely unique in the history of MBA application history (Please someone inform me I am wrong!). They now request that applicants provide a about a minute audio response to one of three questions. Although it is possible to choose out of the sound option, only someone wanting to commit “application suicide” would do that.
WHATEVER YOU NEED TO DO, MAKE A RECORDING. If your TOEFL iBT Speaking rating is fragile, this is your best shot at displaying you can say something meaningful in one minute. The UCLA Anderson Admissions Committee is thinking about getting to know you on both a personal and professional level. We encourage one to be introspective, genuine, and succinct. We are more worried about the content of your essays than their style or form. All responses to essays must be on double-spaced pages that are uploaded in document form, except for Essay 4 for first-time Essay and applicants 3 for applicants, which might be submitted as an audio file instead.
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- 200 – 1200 words (posts longer than 1200 words may be damaged into 2 posts)
- Don’t allow you to ultimately be rushed into anything
1. How has your family and/or community helped shape your development? Please, include information about where you grew up, and a highlight or special memory space of your youngsters perhaps. 3. Discuss your short-term and long-term career goals. What is your motivation for going after an MBA now at UCLA Anderson? 4. Audio or text message: Select and respond to Among the following questions. We would like you to respond to the question by recording an audio response (up to at least one 1-minute).
If you are unable to post your response via audio, then please upload the written response (250 words) instead. What does entrepreneurial spirit mean to you? What global concern matters most to you and why? What’s something people will see unexpected about you? 5. OPTIONAL: Are there any extenuating circumstances in your profile about which the Admissions Committee should be aware? Challenges: Whether it?s tackling the intricacies of corporate and business strategy, leading a student initiative, or climbing a nearby mountain, students will be approved by both the educational rigors of UCLA development and Anderson activities beyond course. Values: The values of UCLA Anderson set it apart from other schools.
Collegiality: The hallmarks of student life at Anderson are compassion, mutual respect, and support, which students show toward each other. The UCLA Anderson community is made on the collective strengths of our diverse pupil body. Access: The network of personal relationships and industry contacts that students develop while participating in UCLA Anderson and after they graduate is arguably as important as the academic degree they earn. Countless opportunities exist for students to connect with individuals, business, and community beyond your classroom, as well as for alumni in which to stay in touch with the educational college, faculty, fellow alumni, and current students.
4. Audio or text: Select and react to Among the following questions. We wish you react to the question by documenting a sound response (up to 1 1-minute). If you are unable to send your response via audio, then please upload the written response (250 words) instead. What does entrepreneurial spirit imply to you? What global concern matters most to you and why? What’s something people will see astonishing about you?