B-Schooled Podcast Episode #202: 12 To Do’s for MBA Admits, Part 2 of 2

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This week on B-Schooled, we wrap up the encore of our two-episode series covering 12 important things that new MBA admits should take care of as soon as possible before they head to campus.

We’ll cover the final six to-dos in this week’s episode, including budgeting for your MBA, planning to relocate, and figuring out how to best spend your time between now and matriculation (when you aren’t attending to all of the other to-dos!).

And it’s worth mentioning again that in Part 1 of this series that aired last week, we covered how you can head off possible issues with your background check after you’re admitted. If that’s something that concerns you, be sure to check out SBC’s MBA PreCheck service.

Get all of the details in B-Schooled episode #202, which you can listen to here or on any of the podcast apps listed below.

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