If you are like most MBAs, by the fall of your second year, you are more seasoned and more confident. It is not uncommon to get on a plane immediately after an on-site interview and feel like you've nailed it. To deliver a single anecdote that conveys relevant experience, sound judgment, and a perfect fit for corporate culture is nothing short of brilliant. Your words play back with poetic genius, as well as imagery of a beaming interviewer before he vigorously shakes your hand, understandably convinced. These are thrilling times for business school students.
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