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B-Schooled Episode #13: Virtual Info Sessions

Since in-person campus visits and traveling information sessions aren’t happening for a while due to COVID-19, MBA admissions committees are offering several different types of virtual experiences and online information sessions to help prospective students …

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B-Schooled Episode #12: How to Pick the Right Recommenders

It’s time for Round 1 applicants to get their recommenders going! In this episode of the B-Schooled podcast, host Erika details: • The most important recommender criteria • What you should do if you can’t …

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B-Schooled Episode #11: COVID-19 Impacts

The coronavirus has upended the MBA journey for those starting programs in the fall, for those who requested but were denied deferrals, and for those who will be applying this year. In this episode of …

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B-Schooled Episode #10: Candidacy “Question Marks,” Part 2 of 2

We’re back to bring you a preview of episode 10 of SBC’s new B-Schooled podcast, which covers all aspects of the MBA application and admissions process.  In a continuation of last week’s episode on “candidacy …

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B-Schooled Episode #9: Candidacy “Question Marks,” Part 1 of 2

We’re back to preview episode 9 of SBC’s new B-Schooled podcast, which covers all aspects of the MBA application and admissions process.  This two-part episode covers what to do about “question marks” — or possible …

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B-Schooled Episode #8: Time and Energy Wasters

In this episode, Meg — a former University of Chicago Booth admissions committee member and current SBC admissions consultant — joins Erika to discuss some of the biggest things they see MBA candidates wasting their …

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