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A Heartfelt Thanks!


It’s been a tumultuous journey, but it has all been worth it. Now that I have acquired what I set out to achieve I want to convey a heartfelt thanks to all those have been around me and supporting me throughout the process. I couldn’t have done it without all the wonderful people around me and their invaluable inputs.

My wife, my family who have encouraged me and tolerated me these past few months. My friends who had to tear their hair apart because of my constant need for sounding boards, and yet who were still ready to turn around an essay or a resume for me in the middle of the night. Recommenders who have appreciated my past work and interviewers who have endorsed my candidacy. People who appreciated when I did right and even more importantly pointed out when I took a bad step. I couldn’t have done it without any of you and would like to thank all of you for your support.

And now as one journey ends another begins and I hope to use this blog to chronicle my path leading up and navigating through an MBA at Kellogg.

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10 thoughts on “A Heartfelt Thanks!

  1. A big congrats on the Kellogg admit, came to your blog after some time and found this wonderful news.
    All the best, hopefully you will find some time for your blog even though you would be very busy with the program !
    And maybe you will reprise the role of gullubadshah as well 🙂

    Posted by Saurav | February 1, 2012, 5:44 pm
  2. Pyarapopat, could I have your mail id? please mail mymbadreamz@gmail.com

    Posted by Anonymous | March 4, 2012, 7:03 am
  3. Hi,

    Congratulation for Clear-admit BOB Nomination!Stay in touch! I would like to get in touch with you as Kellogg and Ross both are on school list. I am currently preparing for the GMAT.

    I have researching about these schools for more than 2 years and people are great there. They were so responsive to each of my email.

    I would like to have your eamil ID, can you pls share it on sanket.j.mali@gmail.com

    Sanket.

    Posted by Sanket Inception | April 13, 2012, 11:26 pm
  4. Hi,
    Nice to read your blog posts. Can I have your email id please.

    Ankit

    Posted by Ankit Kankane | May 28, 2012, 8:25 pm
  5. Hi there!
    I’m not sure if this blog is still active, but I would like to thank you for wonderfully scripting your GMAT story, and beyond. While preparing for my GMAT, I used to compare my mock scores with yours 😉 Seems like a silly thing, but that worked perfectly for me (scored a 750).

    But as is said, GMAT is just the start of a long journey. For the past few months, I’ve been trying to move along and work on my essays. That’s where I can use some help. I’m targeting Kellogg, Booth and Tuck, and would highly appreciate if you could review my essays and let me know your thoughts.

    I am providing my email ID in the details section of this comment. Please feel free to respond at it if you are willing to volunteer! 🙂

    Thanks,
    S

    PS: I visited Northwestern a short while ago, and am in awe of it since! You guys even have a beach inside the campus! How cool is that! 😀

    Posted by S | August 15, 2012, 3:19 pm

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