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In the Coronavirus Era, Wharton Admissions Officer Shares Relevant Lessons from 2008 Economic Crisis

Once again, we bring you expert MBA admissions insight from a member of the Stacy Blackman Consulting team. Anthony joined SBC following a nine-year stint at Wharton as an Admissions Officer and Career Center …

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GMAT Coronavirus Updates

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, testing centers worldwide have temporarily closed their doors. Undeterred by this hurdle, the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) is working quickly to create an in-home, online GMAT test.  …

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How Will the Coronavirus Affect International Applicants?

Over the last few weeks, we’ve fielded many questions on how might the coronavirus affect international applicants. Primarily, admitted candidates fear they won’t be able to secure visas due to the COVID-19 crisis. But prospective …

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Coronavirus Admissions Updates for Round 3

There is a lot of uncertainty worldwide as we grapple with the COVID-19 outbreak. For business schools with a final round to come, that means adapting to meet the circumstances of MBA applicants. Here …

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COVID-19 Prompts ETS to Offer the GRE at Home

Test centers around the world have temporarily closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. But that doesn’t have to throw your business school plans out the window. Today, ETS announced it is temporarily offering a GRE …

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Advice for Applicants in the Time of Coronavirus

Normally, we use this space to bring you the latest news from MBA programs or provide timely tips to help you create the strongest MBA application possible. But business-as-usual feels strange when we’re living through …

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