Tag Archives: Poets & Quants

No Mute Button In An MBA Interview

There is no mute button in an admissions interview to get into a top business school. Here are six interview tactics that will leave them wanting more of you. 1)    THERE’S NO PRIZE FOR ANSWERING …

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Kellogg Adds Video Essay Component

The upcoming MBA admissions season is full of change, as several schools sharply reduce the number of essay questions or word count, require fewer letters of recommendation, and get creative with their application requirements. Though …

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Quick Fixes To Improve Your MBA App

Here are five quick fixes that could every easily move your application from a ‘maybe’ to a ‘yes.’ 1) THIS IS NOT THE TIME FOR HO-HUM.  Applying to b-school is not the time to “blend.” The …

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Don’t Be a Delusional MBA Candidate

As you continue your business school research and narrow down your list of favorites, there are several things to keep in mind throughout the process. Here are my eight suggestions for cutting through the clutter …

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Business Schools Send Students Out of Classrooms

This post originally appeared on the U.S. News–Strictly Business MBA Admissions blog. Hypothetical question: Should you land in the hospital and find that your treatment will be managed by a medical student rather than an …

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Stacy Blackman’s Blog Ranks in Top Five MBA Blogs

Stacy Blackman Consulting is proud to announce our ranking as one of the Top Five Online MBA Blogs, as determined by MBAprograms.org. Coming in at number five, here’s what they have to say about our …

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