Episode 86: Wire Taps—Will My Work Experience Be Strong Enough?
Another podcast episode of Wire Taps is live, and you should press play to hear the latest advice from Clear Admit’s admissions experts, Graham Richmond and Alex Brown. The duo draws on their years of admissions experience to provide strategic advice on the MBA application process. This week, they review profiles from three prospective MBA applicants who shared their stories on MBA ApplyWire.
One person needs to consider timing in relation to their work experience:
Another MBA hopeful is looking to transition to investment banking:
Finally, an MBA applicant needs to address test-taking issues, but has strong brand experience:
Tune into the podcast to hear what feedback Graham and Alex had for these MBA hopefuls!
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