B-Schooled Episode #9: Candidacy “Question Marks,” Part 1 of 2

B-Schooled

We’re back to preview episode 9 of SBC’s new B-Schooled podcast, which covers all aspects of the MBA application and admissions process.  This two-part episode covers what to do about “question marks” — or possible red flags — in an MBA applicant’s candidacy, including:

• A low GPA
• A low test score
• A few low grades within an overall decent GPA
• A lack of extracurriculars
• A lack of work experience, and
• “Too much” work experience (or when an applicant is older than the rest of the candidate pool)

Additional issues will be covered in Part 2 next week. Listen to B-Schooled episode #9 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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