Chicago Booth Application | Class of 2016 | Angie Sensei | Waitlisted

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Chicago Booth Application | Class of 2016 | Angie Sensei | Waitlisted


The Chicago Booth application consists of 3 essay questions  (one of which consists of 4 powerpoint slides) and one optional essay. Angie applied in 2013-2014 and was waitlisted after her interview. She decided not to pursue getting off the waitlist after deciding to take an offer of admission from another MBA program. See the longer descriptions for details of each essay question and a preview of Angie's answers. We've included Angie's resume so you can see how she formatted it and quantified results. 

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Chicago Booth Essay Questions | 2013-2014 application

Username: Angie Sensei | Class of 2016 | Waitlisted

1.a.  My favorite part of my work is...

Solving problems. I thrive on designing programs that directly impact the lives of thousands of people world-wide. Through my job, first, I identify a problem that is driving children into chid labor in a given country. I do extensive research and speak.......

1.b.   I started to think differently when…..

I learned that having the courage to end a venture is as important as having the drive to start one.

Several years ago. I dreamed of creating a Wikipedia of global women's organizations to revolutionize how they would collaborate. I recruited a collaborator, volunteers staff, and .....................

2. Presentation/Essay: The Chicago experience will take you deeper into issues, force you to challenge assumptions, and broaden your perspective. In a four-slide presentation or an essay of no more than 600 words, broaden our perspective about who you are. Understanding what we currently know about you from the application, what else would you like us to know?

 4 powerpoint slides included in application.

3. Optional Essay

I would like to discuss with the admissions committee my age, and why I am applying to school this far into a successful career. 

I lived in Japan 1999-02 and when I returned to the US, I had the Kanji for 'Dream' tattooed on my back, a reminder to always go after my 'dreams' and not settle for what is comfortable................