EssaySnark has another prediction.
We also have to point out that given how many predictions we’re making right now, we’re gonna be wrong on some of them. We’re going out on a limb in so many areas, based on digging into the data that we have, based on knowing what’s happened in past cycles, and overall, based on our own intuition and insight — which, BTW, is what the best data scientists are saying is all we have to go on right now . We have a track record of being pretty decent in nailing such forecasts (or at least showing you we’re paying close attention — like here in January 2020 where we were wondering why the stock market hadn’t tanked — right before it tanked). But regardless, we have no way of knowing which of these will pan out to be accurate or not. Things are moving way too quickly; this will likely go down as one of the times of most rapid transformation and invention that the world has ever known, even though simultaneously, so many of us are sidelined and staring out our windows watching the grass grow.
OK, whatever. We’re just trying to say that here’s another prediction which we currently believe 100% will come to pass, and which may end up being entirely wrong. Read at your own risk.
THIS IS WHAT EVERY APPLICANT TO BUSINESS SCHOOL IS GOING TO SAY THEY WANT TO DO WITH THEIR MBA WHEN THEY APPLY TO THE CLASS OF 2023.
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So believe it or not, we just managed to write 1800 words and not actually give our prediction for what the Class of 2023 applicants to bschool are likely to be predominantly pitching in their essays this year. But since 1800 words is entirely too long already, we’re just gonna pull this car into the garage for the night, and invite you to come back tomorrow where — we promise!! — we will offer that prediction to all y’all. UPDATE! HERE IT IS!
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