If you need help thinking through your goals, we have published a blog with our general tips.
With only 300 words, succinct writing will be particularly important.
While naturally, the story selected should show how you live Tuck’s values, it should also be one that is easy to set up.
In fact, one of the main messages of my talk with admissions directors a few weeks ago was the need for more schools to adopt similar recommendation questions. The school has also pledged shorter wait times for admission decisions.
This year’s deadlines are as follows: Below, Personal MBA Coach has shared Tuck’s questions and our tips for candidates.
The criteria match my understanding of the Tuck community, and also are relatively easy to grasp.
Once Tuck established and defined these criteria, it designed its application process to unearth the qualities it is seeking in candidates.
Our previous questions for references were distinct.
Applicants told us that made the process more onerous.
We trust that references with the knowledge, desire, and time to thoughtfully advocate for applicants will still surface meaningful examples of Tuck criteria when responding to these common prompts.”Matthew Korman is the Managing Editor of Metro MBA.
Since graduating from Rowan University with a degree in journalism and political science, Matthew has worked as a music industry writer and promoter, a data analyst, and with numerous academic institutions.