As a Wharton alum and the founder of Personal MBA Coach, I wanted to share my tips for how to tackle this year’s Wharton essays The Wharton School has confirmed that its application questions will remain unchanged for class of 2022 hopefuls.Once again, applicants will be asked two questions.
I advise candidates to review our tips for reapplicants before tackling this essay.
Finally, the optional essay should only be answered by those with extenuating circumstances. Scott Edinburgh is a Wharton MBA and MIT Sloan BS graduate and founded Personal MBA Coach over 11 years ago with the goal of providing customized one-on-one support.
Wharton: The first Business School established in the USA, Wharton has also been the most consistently #1 ranked b-school of the last 20 years.
It's faculty, academic quality and focus on ethics make it an extremely alluring b-school option.
I suggest being very specific in detailing the opportunities you plan to take advantage of on campus.
Think about classes you are particularly interested in or perhaps professors you are looking to study with, etc. Instead, carefully think through how each offering will allow you to fill in your skill and/or experience gaps.
(500 words) Essay 2: Describe an impactful experience or accomplishment that is not reflected elsewhere in your application.
How will you use what you learned through that experience to contribute to the Wharton community?
Be sure to show an understanding of Wharton’s culture here.
Avoid vague statements and copy and pasting from other essays.