【考研】In theory, the success of an applicant should not depend on the few others chosen randomly for interview during the same day, but Dr Simonsohn suspected the truth was otherwise.
【六级】Applicants are asked to describe an ethical dilemma they've faced and its impact on them, or discuss a public issue of special concern to them, or tell of a fictional character or creative work that has profoundly influenced them.
【六级】Applicants with prior experience in business companies
【六级】Today many universities require their applicants to write an essay of up to five hundred words
【六级】But schools rarely dig down to find out what really makes an applicant succeed, to create a class which also contains diversity of attitude and approach – arguably the only diversity that, in a business context, really matters.
【六级】Applicants from outside the traditional sectors
【六级】Applicants from less developed regions and areas.
【六级】Applicants are usually better off if they can write an essay that distinguishes them from the rest
【六级】In the old days, applicants only had to submit a sample of their school papers to show their writing ability
【六级】What applicants does the author think MBA programmes should consider recruiting?
【考研】Dr simonsohn found if the score of the previous candidate in a daily series of interviewees was 0.75 points or more higher than that of the one before that, then the score for the next applicant would drop by an average of 0.075 points.
【六级】Many applicants don't attend to details on their resumes.
【六级】Applicants with sound knowledge in math and statistics.
【六级】In writing about their own experiences many applicants slip into clichés, thus failing to engage the reader.
【四级】What kind of job applicants do employers look for?
【六级】Applicants and their parents are said to believe that the personal essay can sway the admissions committee.