I also recommend you review Dartmouth's six evaluation criteria for admission. That "encouragement" and gentle suggestion gives you a little leeway.
Please don't make the mistake of abusing that typical Tuck friendliness.
Also, the second required essay, the longstanding essay about a meaningful leadership experience has been replaced with more of a focus on diversity.
Here are important dates : “Tuck has long provided its graduates with the knowledge and inspiration to do well and do good – to become the difference in the world of business and beyond.
You have to know Tuck as well as your goals to respond effectively to this question.
Why do you want a small, tight-knit program in rural New Hampshire? Have you chaired a fundraiser that raised a record amount of money?
It is an opportunity for you to show judgment and consideration of your reader by still being succinct.
Tuck wants to know that it can help you achieve your goal.
It is almost impossible for two (or even three) 500-word essays plus a bunch of boxes, a transcript, and a GMAT score to represent fully the uniqueness and talents of a truly impressive candidate.
That comment has nothing to do with writing style and everything to do with the complexity of accomplished human beings.