B-Schooled Episode #36: A Real Application Review (part 1 of 2)


Wouldn’t you love to be a fly on the wall when an admissions committee is reviewing candidates? In this episode of the B-Schooled podcast, you can be (well, kind of)!

We share all the details about an applicant Stacy Blackman Consulting worked with, explain how the former admissions committee members on our staff assessed her candidacy, what advice they gave to strengthen her materials, and what ended up happening.

Listen to B-Schooled episode #36 here, or on any of the podcast apps listed below. And don’t forget to enjoy the holidays amidst all your application work!

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

Apple Podcasts

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!

Stacy Blackman

SBC’s star-studded consultant team is unparalleled. Our clients benefit from current intelligence that we receive from the former MBA Admissions Officers from Kellogg, Booth and every elite business program in the US and Europe.  These MBA Admissions Officers have chosen to work exclusively with SBC.

Just two of the many superstars on the SBC team:
Meet Beth who held the position of Director of Admissions for Kellogg’s Full Time MBA program selecting candidates for the 2-year, 1-year, MMM and JD MBA programs.

Meet Kim, who was an Senior Associate Director of Admissions at Chicago Booth.

Tap into this inside knowledge for your MBA applications by requesting a consultation.

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