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Can you give me some additional information regarding the background checks that are completed on accepted applicants? When they review employment history, is that only post-college full time employment or even the jobs that you held in undergrad?

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Can you give me some additional information regarding the background checks that are completed on accepted applicants? When they review employment history, is that only post-college full time employment or even the jobs that you held in undergrad?

I'm not sure, but they can request confirmation on the part-time jobs, especially if your full-time experience is limited.

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Hi Linda,

Do you think schools will request information from the current employer. What if the applicant does not want the current employer to know about his/her intentions to enroll into an MBA program?

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Do you think schools will request information from the current employer. What if the applicant does not want the current employer to know about his/her intentions to enroll into an MBA program?

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The background check usually is only undertaken after you are accepted. By then it won't matter.

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