B-Schooled Podcast Episode #129: Time and Energy Wasters

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In this replay of one of B-Schooled’s most popular episodes, Meg — a former University of Chicago Booth admissions committee member and current SBC admissions consultant — joins Erika to discuss some of the biggest things they see MBA candidates wasting their precious time on during the application process.

They address:

Their most-hated question MBA candidates often ask
*Why* it doesn’t make sense to worry about certain things in the admissions process
What applicants’ time is better spent on
What waitlisted candidates should do (and not do) to strengthen their position
The pros and cons of MBA message boards
What MBA candidates should do if/when they find themselves filled with doubts

Listen to B-Schooled episode #129 here or on any of the podcast apps listed below.

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