B-Schooled Podcast Episode #105: Pro Tips From 100+ Episodes (From a Successful Applicant Who Listened to Them All)

We love the podcast. Hopefully, you love the podcast. But even if you love the podcast as much as we do, you might not have time to listen to all 100+ episodes. However, one successful applicant did listen to EVERY SINGLE EPISODE. For this edition, Ty Sheets shares three key takeaways from the podcast, some specific episodes he found to be most helpful, and a few hidden gems he discovered along the way.

Ty also discusses how the podcast influenced his own application journey—and touches on the topics of prioritizing work, avoiding overwhelm, embracing bold choices, and reframing his experience from one of apprehension to one of excitement. Ty closes by sharing a candid perspective about the real work involved with MBA applications that might surprise you.

Spoiler alert: Ty was admitted to three of his top programs and accepted a generous scholarship to his dream school. Listen to B-Schooled episode #105 here, or on any of the major podcast platforms below.

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