B-Schooled Podcast Episode #192: Do’s and Don’ts for Last-Minute MBA Applications

Are you a Round 1 candidate who’s decided to apply to a few additional schools in Round 2 now that you’ve heard back from your initial list of programs? Or are you a Round 2 candidate who either has their first batch of applications submitted early and wants to add in at least one more program? Or maybe you’re just finally making time to crack down and work on your initial materials?

Regardless of why you may find yourself starting a business school application at this late date before Round 2 deadlines, this episode will help you avoid some common mistakes candidates make year after year.
Listen to B-Schooled episode #192 here or on any of the podcast apps listed below. And don’t forget to enjoy the holidays amidst all your application work!

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