B-Schooled Podcast Episode #113: Top 10 Things I Wish I’d Known When Applying (Part 2)

B-Schooled
Looking back on 15+ years of helping applicants with their own MBA applications, host Chandler Arnold shares a Top Ten List of things he wishes he had known when starting his own MBA application.

Part Two of this podcast covers tips related to vulnerability in essays, resisting the urge to present yourself as a “typical” MBA applicant, special tips for reaching out to current students and alums, interview prep, and other topics. You can hear B-Schooled episode #113 here, or take a listen on any of the major podcast platforms below.

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Meet Erin, who was Assistant Director of MBA Admissions at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business (GSB) and Director of MBA Admissions at Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.

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