Episode 76: Wire Taps—MBA Applicants with 670 GMAT, 3.1 GPA; 670 GMAT, 3.78 GPA; and Choosing Between Scholarship Offers from DecisionWire
While there are a few Round 2 deadlines left, some applicants are already considering applying next year while other successful candidates are weighing their options. Clear Admit’s admissions experts, Graham Richmond and Alex Brown, cover these admissions issues and more in another podcast episode of Wire Taps.
This week, they review profiles from MBA ApplyWire and MBA DecisionWire, including an early bird candidate who should retake the GMAT. They also advise an applicant who bootstrapped into private equity, but who may need to re-apply. Finally, they discuss another accepted candidate who earned a couple of scholarships and is trying to decide where to attend.
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