I was recently sent a copy of Clear Admit's new product, School Snapshots, for Tepper. This is my review.
Initial Impression: At first, I noticed "snapshot" is a really good term for it. It was about 4 pages long and contained a brief overview of the school, the curriculum, the clubs, post-MBA careers, and admissions. Given that it's a tool presumably for applicants there is a good part of the document dedicated to admissions, however there doesn't seem to be any special insight into the school.
The Good: It really puts a lot of information into one concise document. It certainly saves a lot of time poking around the internet looking for this information, especially as some of it can be difficult to find on the Tepper website itself.
The Bad: Not really bad, per se, but the information about the curriculum is outdated. The incoming class of 2014 (and includes my class also) will be experiencing a dramatically different introductory curriculum than I have had exposure to. The minis are compressed to 7 weeks, the subjects are all a-mixed, and there is going to be a strong emphasis on leadership development. However, having said that, this new curriculum hasn't been published anywhere public so I don't exactly fault the authors for not knowing. (It was published in a Tepper magazine; I'll dig it up and introduce it myself later).
The Could-Be-Improved: The career statistics seem to be a little lacking. Dedicating only half-a-page to the reason why people go to Business School seems a tad flippant. I would recommend removing the geographical location information and instead talk salaries. I hate to be crass, but that's generally a big reason why people get their MBA at a top 20 school: a high salary.
All in all, it's an accurate (with the exception of the curriculum), if bland, description of the program.