B-Schooled Episode #7: School Selection and Program Strengths


In this week’s episode of the B-Schooled podcast, we cover:

  • Two big mistakes we see applicants make regarding school selection
  • An exercise to help you think about and narrow down your school list
  • Which business schools have reputations or are otherwise known for being strong in particular areas

Listen to B-Schooled episode #7 here, or on any of the podcast apps listed below.

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3 Responses to B-Schooled Episode #7: School Selection and Program Strengths

  1. Very interesting episode.

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  3. Olivia says:

    Great episode. To find out which school is the best, you can read reviews of schools. However, this information does not always reflect the real picture. You can select the main information about schools and the ones that are closest to you here https://www.elementaryschool.me. Next, you will need to learn more about the details of schools. The level of teaching at the school and the interest of students are evidenced by the points received by graduates, the availability of prizes in various Olympiads and competitions. This information is not secret, it should be published on the website of the educational institution, and I would recommend that you study all this in detail before making a choice.

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