|R1||2 October 2017|
|R2||2 January 2018|
|R3||19 March 2018|
Part 1: Short Answer Questions
Select one prompt from each group. Respond to your selected prompts using 100 words or fewer (<100 words each; 300 words total).
I want people to know that I:
I turned an idea into action when I:
I made a difference when I:
I showed my resilience when I:
I was humbled when:
I am out of my comfort zone when:
I was aware that I am different when:
I find it challenging when people:
A valuable thing I have taught someone is:
Choose the options through which you can bring out significant expereinces, relevant personal strengths and attributes and unique sides to you that may not be visible through your resume.
Part 2: Essay
Please share your short-term and long-term career goals. What skills/strengths do you have that will be relevant to your career goals? How will Ross prepare you for your goals? (300 words)
Logically connect your past experience with the short-term goals and the short-term goals with long-term goals. Show how your professional strengths, abilities and interests are ideally suited for the career you have chosen. Identify the skills and experiences you need to build up in order to achieve the goals and show how the Ross MBA will help you acquire them.
3. Optional question:
This section should only be used to convey information not addressed elsewhere in your application, for example, completion of supplemental coursework, employment gaps, academic issues, etc. Feel free to use bullet points where appropriate.
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