Linda earned her bachelors and MBA at UCLA, and has been advising applicants since 1994 when she founded Accepted.
Based on your understanding of the Fuqua culture, how do you see yourself engaging in and contributing to our community, outside of the classroom? While you can reference similar activities in the past, keep the focus of this essay on what you would do at Fuqua.
Do your homework about Fuqua (and yourself) before responding to this question. One approach to responding to this question: Address a letter to a close friend or colleague and tell them how you would contribute to this very participatory culture. If you feel there are circumstances of which the Admissions Committee should be aware (such as unexplained gaps in work, choice of recommenders, inconsistent or questionable academic performance), please explain them in an optional essay.
Linda is the co-founder and first president of AIGAC.
She has written or co-authored 13 e-books on the admissions process, and has been quoted by , a podcast for graduate school applicants.