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Any Chance for R3? (H/S) [#permalink] New post 01 Mar 2009, 13:28
Hello everyone.

I got accepted at Rice (which I am happy with) and wondering if I have a chance at Harvard or Stanford for round 3?

I am 21 years old. I started a business when i was 18 and sold it fairly recently for a pretty large sum of money.

I also started another business which is currently doing well and I am taking a more hands off approach.

My GMAT is 680
M: 48
V 36

I graduated from Texas A&M with a 3.0 in economics in only 3 years (while also running my business).

I really want to go into consulting and maybe look into entrepreneurship on a larger scale (my previous businesses had a max of 3 employees).

what do you guys think?
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Re: Any Chance for R3? (H/S) [#permalink] New post 01 Mar 2009, 13:46
Welcome to GMATClub

We already had discussion related to R3 chances in various threads.

Please refer to info in these threads:


1) R3 Applications, Suicide?
p567617-r3-applications-suicide#p567617

2) For MBA Applicants, Final Round Blues
p569657-for-mba-applicants-final-round-blues#p569657

After reviewing the info in these threads, if you want additional feedback from fellow Gclub members, you should do another post in this thread or do a profile evaluation in either PEER REVIEWS sub-forum or Consultants sub-forum.
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Re: Any Chance for R3? (H/S) [#permalink] New post 02 Mar 2009, 16:23
For what it's worth, the two HBS admits I've met who are your age both have one big thing in common with you: they started their own businesses.

It's definitely worth trying for R3. If you don't make it this year, you can reapply next year. Rice is a great school, but the reputation is more regional unfortunately (trust me, I have first hand experience).
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