Tag Archives: B-Schooled podcast

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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B-Schooled Episode #7: School Selection and Program Strengths

In this week’s episode of the B-Schooled podcast, we cover: Two big mistakes we see applicants make regarding school selection An exercise to help you think about and narrow down your school list Which business …

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B-Schooled Episode #6: Strengthening Your Quantitative Profile

In this week’s episode of the B-Schooled podcast, our host Erika and fellow SBC admissions consultant (and former Kellogg adcom) Caryn have a discussion that covers: Several tactics applicants can use to strengthen their quantitative …

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B-Schooled Episode #5: Round 1 Kickoff

Memorial Day weekend — which we just wrapped up here in the United States — marks the start of the 2020-2021 MBA application season. In this week’s episode of the B-Schooled podcast we’ll cover: • …

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B-Schooled Episode #4: How Important are Extracurriculars and Community Service

What should you do if you’re light on extracurriculars, volunteer work, and community service? And is it even worth it to try and beef up this aspect of your MBA candidacy during COVID-19 lockdowns … …

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B-Schooled Episode #3: Don’t Be Joe or Jane MBA

In this episode of SBC’s new podcast B-Schooled, we discuss the risks of trying to be a “Joe or Jane MBA” — the stereotypical business school candidate. You’ll come to understand why trying to mimic …

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