Tag Archives: MBA application advice

Mitigating a Red Flag in the MBA Application

Nobody likes drawing attention to their past mistakes, academic or otherwise. But when applying for a seat at a competitive business school,  not addressing an apparent red flag does more harm than good. Being …

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Get Into Business School: 7 Tips From MBA Admissions Officers

Demand for the MBA continues to rise due to the economic slowdown triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic. Consequently, countless inquiries to Stacy Blackman Consulting ask what it will take to get into …

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MBA Success Story: Diligence and Planning Pay Off with 5 Admits

We often like to check in with exceptional former clients whose MBA application journey might inspire current business school hopefuls. Meet Camilla Lucas, who worked with SBC consultant Beth during the 2019-2020 admissions cycle. All …

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B-Schooled Episode #18: Career Goals

What do you want to be when you grow up? When you pull together your MBA application materials, you might find yourself stumped (in a few different ways) about how to explain your career …

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B-Schooled Episode #16: How to ‘MBA’ your Resume

Your resume is perhaps the single most important part of your MBA application materials. This latest episode of our B-Schooled podcast covers how to maximize that one precious page, including: • How your resume …

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How to Impress the Kellogg Admissions Committee

Here at Stacy Blackman Consulting, we love to share insider knowledge gleaned from our stellar team of MBA admissions experts. Did you know that SBC is the only MBA admissions firm with a complete panel …

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