If you’re wondering where you may stack up in MBA admissions or which programs to target, Clear Admit’s admissions experts, Graham Richmond and Alex Brown, offer their related insights in another podcast episode of Wire Taps. They also spend a bit of time on the impact of the coronavirus, particularly Harvard Business School’s cancellation of a campus event. Also this week, they review profiles from two prospective MBA applicants who shared their stories on MBA ApplyWire and a candidate weighing their options on MBA DecisionWire.
Here’s a preview of which profiles they discuss. Press play on the podcast episode below! To start, one MBA hopeful wants to know which schools they should consider:
Another applicant has to address a low GPA:
Finally, an accepted candidate interested in private equity is wondering where to go:
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