B-Schooled Episode #17: Advice for Reapplicants

B-Schooled

We’re back to preview the latest installment of Sacy Blackman’s B-Schooled podcast. If you’re a reapplicant, this is the episode for you. It covers:

How you should set your expectations
Whether or not you should reuse your essays
If it’s OK to ask the same recommenders for letters
How to show your candidacy has strengthened since your last application

We’ll also address advice specific to those who applied in the last application cycle’s extended Round 3 (aka “the COVID round”), and those who originally applied when they were college to a 2+2 or deferred admission program.

Listen to B-Schooled episode #17 here, or on any of the podcast apps listed below.

B-Schooled is available on most major podcast apps, including:

Apple Podcasts
Spotify
Stitcher
TuneIn

Please be sure to subscribe to B-Schooled so that you don’t miss a thing. If there’s something you’d like for us to cover in a future episode, please email podcast@stacyblackman.com. We’d love to hear from you!

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