How They See You: Tips for Building Your Strongest Candidacy

strongest candidacyAre you planning on applying to business school in the upcoming admissions season? If so, you may wonder whether there is anything you can do to bolster your MBA candidacy in such a short amount of time. The good news is, you can take action in several areas right now that will pay dividends in the fall. But where should you focus your energies to create the strongest candidacy possible?

To find out, sign up for this webinar coming up on March 7th, at 2 p.m. EST. I’m teaming up with the Frank G. Zarb School of Business at Hofstra University to share my best insider tips for building your strongest candidacy.

The spring and summer months can be very fruitful both for your personal development and for improving your business school application—or, more precisely, for strengthening your MBA candidacy. With a little advanced planning and a commitment of just a few hours a week, applicants can do a great deal to enhance their profile before that final rush of the fall and winter.

Register today to save your spot and come away with actionable advice for building your strongest candidacy possible!

With deadlines around the corner, you may be interested in the world-famous SBC Flight Test. Once a full set of application materials for your initial school have been drafted, but not finalized, the application will be sent to a former admissions committee member for a one-time review, adcomm style. You’ll have the benefit of a true admissions committee review while still having the ability to tinker and change.  You will receive written feedback within two business days after submitting.

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