ASSIGNMENT ID
100880
SUBJECT AREA Business
DOCUMENT TYPE Personal Statement
CREATED ON 14th February 2017
COMPLETED ON 14th February 2017
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$30
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personal statement

I'm going to apply the MBA program in Ohio State University. I need to write an essay that is required for the application.
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