Episode 195: Wire Taps—A Better GMAT Score, 1 or 2 Year MBA for a Career Change?, Ho-Hum Goals
In this podcast episode of Wire Taps, Alex and Graham dig into three more MBA applicants’ admissions quandaries as shared on MBA ApplyWire. One applicant is targeting a wide array of programs, but has to contend with a lackluster GMAT that feels out of sync with the rest of their profile and potential lack of extracurricular activities. Next, an experienced candidate also inquired about what type of MBA programs they should target for a major career shift. Finally, an early bird applicant from the energy industry wants to know their chances at some top European schools and others given a desire to land in SE Asia. Preview the posts that Alex and Graham discuss this week, then tune in below!
A current engineer plans to retake the GMAT:
An applicant with ten years of work experience sought feedback about their target program format:
A Canadian engineer is getting ready to apply next year:
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