TopMBA Weekly Pulse October 8 |

TopMBA Weekly Pulse October 8

By Mike Grill

Updated October 8, 2015 Updated October 8, 2015

The Weekly Pulse is back again, serving you up your regular helping of MBA blogs and bloggers. EF Essays has more tips on GMAT quant analysis, while Maine Coon MBA has sent off round one applications for Wharton and IESE. Those in the application stage wondering what a day at business school looks like can follow The MBA Journey of an African Doctor’s first day at London Business School in visual form!

Kellogg’s resident bloggers offer some insights as to why a one-year MBA makes sense for students, while UCLA Anderson blogger, James, shares some reflections for first-year students in two-year programs. MIT Sloan student blogger Nicole Panico Krensky tells us about building community at Sloan, and fellow MIT blogger Helen Smith answers the age old question, ‘What could a hustler possibly be doing at a hackathon?’

This article was originally published in October 2015 .

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