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B-Schooled Episode #31: Tips for Trimming Essays, Application Responses

As any MBA hopeful knows, oftentimes it’s quite a challenge to fit an application, data-form, or essay response into the space provided when restrictive character or word counts are in play. This episode of …

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B-Schooled Episode #30: Conveying Program Knowledge and Fit

This episode covers a quick admissions update from Harvard Business School, before diving into why it’s important for you to demonstrate your knowledge of and fit with the MBA programs you’re applying to—and how …

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B-Schooled Episode #29: Why an MBA?

In this episode, we cover why it’s so important to clearly convey the reasons you are pursuing business school. What will an MBA help you achieve that you couldn’t otherwise accomplish? Even though many programs …

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B-Schooled Episode #28: MBA Interview Advice (Part 2 of 2)

In this episode of the B-Schooled podcast, our host Erika welcomes back Beth Tidmarsh—one of Stacy Blackman Consulting’s Flight Testers, as well as a former Kellogg admissions director—to discuss behavioral MBA interviews. They even …

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B-Schooled Episode #27: What’s On Your Mind—An Admissions Test Q&A

In this episode of the B-Schooled podcast, we welcome back Jay Bryant, a former MBA admissions director who is now a liaison between business schools and ETS, the company behind the GRE® General Test. …

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B-Schooled Episode #26: MBA Interview Advice (Part 1 of 2)

In this episode of the B-Schooled podcast, our host Erika talks with Beth Tidmarsh—one of Stacy Blackman Consulting’s Flight Testers, as well as a former Kellogg admissions director—about MBA interviews. They have a discussion …

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