Episode 58: Wire Taps—Cryptocurrency Background, Citizenship vs. Ethnicity, New York City and More
We love seeing requests in MBA ApplyWire to be featured in our podcast series, Wire Taps, and we are excited to keep guiding MBA applicants through the admissions process! In this, our 15th episode of Wire Taps, our resident admissions experts, Graham Richmond and Alex Brown, continue to discuss strategies MBA hopefuls should consider, based on the details they share in MBA ApplyWire. Such details include target programs, test scores, pre-MBA work experience, post-MBA goals and more. They source profiles from MBA ApplyWire, so be sure to post there for the chance to be featured.
This week, Graham and Alex review an entry from a candidate with a background in cryptocurrency and concerns about his GPA, and an MBA hopeful from Teach for America. They also advise an MBA applicant wondering if the adcom will consider ethnicity or citizenship (among other app issues), as well as someone looking to land in New York City.
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