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Insider Intel for Chicago Booth Applicants

Starting an MBA in this economic, political, and social climate shows a real strength of character.  These students have stepped forward to become change-makers, showing faith in the programs they’ve chosen. But more importantly, they …

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Snapshot of a Successful SBC Client

Sometimes, it’s instructive (not to mention, fun!) to share a granular look at a successful SBC client and their MBA application journey. Today, we’ve asked SBC consultant Caryn (pictured) to reveal some of the details …

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Snapshot of a Successful MBA Application Process

Sometimes, it’s instructive (not to mention, fun!) to take a granular look at the successful MBA application process of an actual SBC client. Today, we’ve asked SBC consultant Kim (pictured) to share some of the …

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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 Manager.  …

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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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5 MBA Application Deal-Breakers

SBC’s expert MBA admissions consultant Kim, formerly the Senior Associate Director of Admissions at Chicago Booth School of Business, shares some major red flags. The consulting team at Stacy Blackman is second to none. In …

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