B-Schooled Podcast Episode #190: How to Edit Down Your MBA Materials

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As every MBA hopeful knows, oftentimes, it’s quite a challenge to fit an application, data form, or essay response into the space provided when restrictive character or word counts are in play. This episode of B-Schooled focuses on specific ways MBA applicants can trim their essays and short-answer responses without compromising the power of their stories, anecdotes, or statements.

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