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Wharton joined the mba application shrink parade and has cut one essay from its application reducing the required number of essays from three to two while. Wharton mba essay questions for class of 2014 in this post, i analyze the essay questions for wharton for fall 2012 admission.
Wharton’s essay questions remain the same this year, with only one required prompt, an essay for reapplicants and an entirely open-ended optional question. Blog university of pennsylvania (wharton) essay analysis, 2014–2015 what do you hope to gain both personally and professionally from the wharton mba (500 words. What you need to apply to wharton - mba application requirements and advice feel free to use the optional essay to explain any gaps in employment.