Tag Archives: SBC Scoop

Tips for Waitlisted MBA Applicants

Finding yourself on the waitlist at your dream b-school definitely comes with a mixed bag of emotions. While it’s disappointing not to have a definitive yes, you’re still in the running and should take some …

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SBC Scoop: MBA Application Round 1 or Round 2?

Maybe you think you’re too old, or too young for an MBA. Maybe you need more extracurricular activities or to increase your quant skills. Or maybe the stars are aligned and you are ready to …

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SBC Scoop: Getting Your Goals Right

I worked with Janet nine years ago, and our work together spanned two application seasons because she did not quite meet her goals the first time around.  Working with Janet reinforced an incredibly important application …

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SBC Scoop: Selecting the Right Set of Schools

The initial questions we tackle with clients are how many schools and which schools – to apply to.  I am a big believer in the portfolio theory when it comes to MBA applications:  Apply to …

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SBC Scoop: The Entrepreneur’s Recommender Dilemma

Through the years I have worked with a number of entrepreneurs.  Those applications are always a lot of fun, because the professional stories are so personal and unique.  I am always amazed by the creativity …

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Ivey MBA Program Offers Refreshing Take on GMAT Scores

For anyone feeling under the gun because the average GMAT score for those accepted into top business schools hovers above 700, perhaps these words from Chris Asper on the Ivey MBA Recruiting and Admissions Blog …

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