Tag Archives: SBC Scoop

SBC Scoop: The No Quant Applicant

Our client, Jackie, had a lot to offer business school, and in fact, any community that she joined.  She had a true track record of success and made a positive impact on others and on …

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SBC Scoop: Why Was This Applicant Rejected the First Time?

Steve completely wowed me during our first meeting.  He had so many of the qualities that we would hope to see in a successful candidate.  To outsiders, it looked like he could not lose”¦except that …

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SBC Scoop: 640 on the GMAT

I begin this week’s Scoop by filling you in on the outcome from last week’s post about Joe who had a “D” on his transcript.  Joe was admitted to Wharton and withdrew applications from other …

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SBC Scoop: D on the Academic Transcript

This week’s Scoop highlights an approach to managing a blemish on your academic transcript. Our client, Joe, had a fairly solid 3.4 GPA from his days as an undergraduate at UC Berkeley.    Because his grades …

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Introducing SBC Scoop!

Earlier this month, as part of our Facebook 1,000 Final Stretch Contest, I asked you for suggestions on how to improve our blog, our Facebook page and my Tuesday Tip videos.  Over and over you suggested …

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