自由の風が吹く場所で ～Letter from Stanford～
Today, I had the last class of the GMAT school which had been held for 2 month from February. My teacher said that although we will not have classes from today, our relationship will continue at least until getting into a MBA program. Of course, I think it will remain forever. In fact, I feel a little nerves because end of the course means that I must manage my study myself although my teacher said that he will give advices when I strike any walls. To ease this apprehension, my classmates and I decided to start group study on Saturday or Sunday. I heard that student of previous years also had group study to manage their study. Some of the problems are so difficult that we cannot understand the answer keys ourselves, so helping each other will be very important. Because one of my classmates was a student of NYU undergraduate, he will help the others to study English while we will help him to study the math section. This 2 month course re-realized me that the process of application is very tough for me; I must get good score on the GMAT, write good essays as well as prepare for interviews. Each of them is very high wall for me. If there were no comrades to fight together, I would lose my motivation to study hard. I am confident that my decision to attend this classes is the best one overall the application process. If I get accepted by a top MBA school, it will owe to this school and my classmates.