B-Schooled Podcast Episode #108: Strengthening Your Quantitative Profile

B-Schooled

This week, we’re replaying one of the most popular episodes of our B-Schooled podcast. It’s all about how applicants who don’t consider themselves to be “quant jocks” can improve their candidacies when it comes to positioning their analytical achievements, test scores, and GPAs.

Our host Erika and fellow SBC admissions consultant (and former Kellogg adcom) Caryn have a discussion that covers:

  • Several tactics applicants can use to strengthen their quantitative profiles
  • What applicants should do if they haven’t taken their admissions test yet amidst test-center closures (COVID-specific, since this was recorded in June 2020)
  • How to use the Additional Info field/essay to address any quantitative weaknesses in one’s candidacy

Listen to B-Schooled episode #108 here, or on any of the podcast apps listed below.

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