We are excited to introduce you to a new series of podcast episodes, which we’re calling Wire Taps. Wire Taps episodes will feature our resident admissions experts, Alex Brown and Graham Richmond, as they review recent posts to Clear Admit’s admissions tools, ApplyWire, DecisionWire and LiveWire. In each episode, you’ll hear Alex and Graham break down entries from MBA hopefuls and offer advice to sharpen their admissions strategies, improve their chances of acceptance, or make key decisions about matriculation.
In this premier installment of Wire Taps, Graham and Alex discuss four recent posts to MBA ApplyWire. One candidate needs help finding schools strong in sustainability while another should consider their professional impact to stand out. The duo also discuss an MBA hopeful, who wondered about their chances given a low GRE score, as well as another applicant with concerns about their undergraduate GPA.
For the uninitiated, MBA ApplyWire is a platform for applicants to use in the early stages of their business school application journey. Candidates share details about their candidacy (GPA, GMAT/GRE, career goals and more) and also identify potential target schools. The Clear Admit community, alongside our staff, then provides input on the applicant’s chances of admission.
Be sure to share your MBA admissions profile for the chance to be featured in an upcoming episode!
And now, tune in for some truly eye-opening admissions advice:
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