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The Oppressor

Note: This one unfortunately is dedicated to MBA applicants—I do plan to post a LSAT version in the coming weeks.

I’ve been dreading writing this. But if I continue to delay, that doesn’t help us through the trials and tribulations we face as we aim to conquer the enemy—the standardized exam. 1,299 more words

MBA Applicants

The New Pricing Model: “Name Your Price. Really!”

 The New Pricing Model:  “Name Your Price.  Really!”

By Shlomo Maital

   Harvard Business School’s Working Knowledge has an interesting piece by Michael Blanding, about research by marketing assistant professor Shelle M. 311 more words

Innovation Blog

LSE or the London School of Exploitation – time to question our schooling system?

LSE usually stands for the London School of Economics – earlier this year, its students were protesting what they call the London School of Exploitation. The LSE students were lobbying the school administration for cheaper tuition, better support for workers, and divestment from unethical businesses. 628 more words


My Harvard Post-Interview Reflection (PIR)

Harvard asks you to write a post interview reflection (PIR) within 24 hours of your interview. Many have said that there is little you can do in this reflection to get in, but there are a few things you can do to eliminate yourself. 518 more words


My HBS Essay that Worked!

For Harvard, I recycled the premise of my Tuck essay, but not much else. The content, like all my essays, is all HBS. It is important to focus on the “what else” of the prompt. 842 more words


Working moms have more successful daughters and more caring sons, Harvard Business School study says

The guilt many working mothers confess to may be real, but it’s looking less and less warranted.

According to a working paper (pdf) published June 19 by the Harvard Business School, daughters of working mothers are more likely to be employed, hold supervisory positions, and earn more money than the daughters of women who don’t work outside the home. 413 more words