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Alright, now it is finally time for the final step in writing your MBA application essay!

Proofreading your MBA application essay is what many consider to be the most important part of the entire editing process. This is the point at which there is potential to turn a rough-cut admissions essay into a finely polished piece of work. Proper proofreading and editing are also what makes and breaks many MBA applicants- this is the difference between those who get in and those who are rejected.

To improve your chances of being accepted into the MBA program of your choice, please take a few minutes to read over our proofreading and polishing guide:

  1. Use your spellchecker – this may seem obvious, but if you used a word processor to write your MBA application essay, you should first thing use the spellchecker. As surprising as it is, many MBA applicants neglect their spell checker and pay for it later.
  2. Use your grammar checker – again, seems intuitive, but many incoming MBA program applicants fail to check the grammar in their application essay, which is a fatal mistake. Why would an MBA admissions board want this in their program?
  3. Manually check your MBA application essay – print out a copy, sit down, and look for any errors that your word-processors editing services may have missed. Spell checking programs are not 100% accurate, as they do not account for “their, there, they’re; see, sea; etc”- there are many advantages to further proofreading the spelling and grammar on your own.
  4. Check your introduction – the introduction to an MBA application essay should be concise, yet maintain the ability to catch the reader’s attention and keep them interested. The introduction should do more than explaining your intentions, but it should also set the tone for your entire paper.
  5. Check the paragraph structure – remove any irrelevant sentences so that every paragraph contains important information. You only have a limited space to write, usually a word limit, so be sure to use every one of those words to your advantage and waste nothing!
  6. Check your conclusion – your conclusion should refer back to your thesis statement in such a way to “wrap it up” and tie everything together into one comprehensive statement. Your conclusion is the last thing the reader sees, so take extra time in fine-tuning your conclusion.