More and more admissions teams are becoming more and more directive in how they present information and guidance to applicants like you, and more and more we’re seeing them be quite explicit on something important:
We say this so many times here on the blahg but it’s worth repeating as you are gearing up for your final push towards Round 2. Michigan Ross warned against jargon and acronyms in their recent Round 2 ramp-up blog post and today we have to discuss a specific form of jargon that may seem non-obvious.
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Clear communication is the name of the game — and knowing when to be exact and precise, and when communication itself calls for some changes, is a great skill to have too!
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