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Admitted to Booth Weekend program- Dillemma Please help!! :(

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New post 30 Jan 2014, 11:37
I am a bay area Engineer, trying to move to tech-Prod Management post MBA and am happy to report that I got an accept at Booth for a Spring '14 start.
I also applied in Haas 2nd round on Jan 21st and haven't heard about an interview from them yet but am very hopeful that I soon will.

I am trying to weigh 6 months opportunity Vs costs, I will definitely join Haas simply because of the commute savings and ease of burden on family, if offered an admit but the only question is whether I should go ahead with a start in Spring or wait till Fall '14 for Booth?
I will be saving on 6 months of opportunity after the MBA, if I start now at Booth.

The question is if I should defer my admit to Fall '14?

Thanks in advance!!
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If Haas is your first choice, then I would recommend deferring your booth admission by 6 months. You do not have much to lose except 6 months which in part time programs is barely a course or two.
Just my two cents.
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I agree with the above, I generally recommend not making decisions that you may potentially have regrets over so if you can secure a deferral from Booth I would do that if you feel optimistic about your chances at Haas
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