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Do This, Not That, if You’re Reapplying to Business School

Many business schools, even the most elite and well-ranked ones, welcome re-applicants. Reapplying shows that you are very serious about your interest in the program, as this Tuck School blog post affirms. The best way …

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Successful Reapplicant to Harvard Business School, Stanford GSB

After receiving rejections from six top schools, successful reapplicant Ed Redden won acceptances to both Harvard and Stanford’s MBA programs. Everyone hates rejection. But when it comes in the form of a ding …

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Should You Reapply to a B-School That Rejected You?

This post originally appeared on Stacy’s ‘Strictly Business’ MBA blog on U.S. News If the admissions decisions from your target business schools have come and gone and you didn’t get the news you were hoping for, it’s only …

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How Life and Career Impact the Choice and Number of Potential B-Schools

“How many schools should I apply to? Which schools should I apply to?” These are key questions aspiring MBAs ponder during the summer before the busy application-writing season in fall and winter. The answers …

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 Don’t Make These 10 Mistakes if You Need to Reapply Next Season

Rejection from business school doesn’t have to mean the end of your MBA aspirations. Every year rejected applicants reapply to MBA programs, and many of them get accepted the second time. Think of the entire MBA …

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