B-Schooled Podcast Episode #44: Negotiating Merit Scholarships

If you’ve been accepted to an MBA program, congratulations! If you’ve been accepted to an MBA program *and* have received merit aid from the school, even better! This episode of B-Schooled covers: …

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Write a Winning MBA Personal Statement

The majority of candidates who apply to the leading business schools are bright, personable overachievers. Honestly, they would be an asset to any program. That’s why when it comes to the MBA personal statement, …

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Get Into Business School: 7 Tips From MBA Admissions Officers

Demand for the MBA continues to rise due to the economic slowdown triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Consequently, countless inquiries to Stacy Blackman Consulting ask what it will take to get into …

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The Current GMAT Score Chart and How to Use it

When you’re deciding what score to aim for, it’s important to remember that the population of test-takers writing the GMAT is smarter and better-prepared than (probably) any other population you’ve been graded against before. If …

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B-Schooled Podcast Episode #43: Similar MBA Candidates, Different Outcomes

Now that interview invitations are starting to roll out over the next several weeks, some candidates may get frustrated if they get dinged but a co-worker, friend, or another applicant with a similar profile …

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Harvard Business School Acceptance Rate, Deconstructed

The Harvard Business School acceptance rate is the second-lowest of all MBA programs worldwide. It’s eclipsed only by Stanford GSB, in part because the GSB has a much smaller class size. Poets & Quants …

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