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Things just aren’t the same at business school admissions offices. Some top schools now measure how interested applicants seem so they can accept the ones who are likely to enroll. Many have cut down on required application essays and request self-expression in PowerPoint or video format. Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management announced on Tuesday it would let prospective students sync their LinkedIn profiles with their applications.
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