The web site Poets & Quants published an interesting story today about the incoming class at Wharton, based on exhaustive online research. It has some important insights into how business schools operate, but may not go far enough to prove its main thesis: that Wharton has a bias that favors applicants from prestigious undergraduate institutions and top companies. (More on this later.) But I urge you to read it in order to make up your own mind.
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