Tag Archives: Harvard Business School

Character Prevails for Stanford & Harvard Double Admits

Have you ever heard of the term double admits? That’s what we in the MBA admissions consulting industry call those singular applicants who receive admissions offers from both Harvard Business School (HBS) and Stanford Graduate …

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Advice for Older MBA Applicants

The average age of business school applicants has been trending downward for the past decade. But not everyone is ready or in a position to take the business school plunge at 26. Older MBA applicants …

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Readiness Check: 3 Questions for Younger MBA Applicants

Prospective business school applicants always want to know when it’s best to pursue an MBA, but there’s no one-size-fits-all answer. In the past, business schools required applicants to have 4-6 years of job experience prior …

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Develop Your Inner Rebel

This post originally appeared on the Blacklight, our new newsletter for professionals.  As a teenager, your rebellious streak may have landed you in hot water with your parents, the principal, or even the fuzz. Now …

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Stay On Track with SBC’s Top Ten Blog Posts-June 2019 Edition

Wondering which blog posts this year’s crop of MBA applicants visit the most on the Stacy Blackman Consulting site? We were, too! Thanks to modern technology—AKA Google analytics—you now have the news you need right …

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Tuesday Tips: Harvard MBA Essay Advice for 2019-2020

Harvard Business School has confirmed that the essay question for the class of 2022 remains unchanged from last year. The most challenging part of the Harvard MBA essay is remaining disciplined. With unlimited space to …

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