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Anybody applying to Univ Of Chicago (Weekend) [#permalink]
04 May 2005, 20:12
Has anyone in the club applied to Univ of Chicago(Weekend) program and heard anything back from them? I didn't submit my app yet, as I'm waiting to get the reco from another recommender. I'm a little skeptical abt my GMAT score. Mine is only 640 with 7.5 yrs of exp with more Project manager role(in the recent past). Hoping to have decent essays.
While not quite what you are looking for, one of the top PT programs, the FEMBA at UCLA, has an average c. 683 and a center 80% range of 620-740. UC Berkeley Evening&Weekend has a median of 690 and a center 80% range of 630-740. NYU Langone is essentially the same with a median of 690 and an 80% range of 620-730.
Northwestern (Kellogg) Directory Question [#permalink]
27 Oct 2005, 05:47
Can anyone attest to the credibility that if you name shows up in a Northwestern (Kellogg) online student directory that you have been admitted to the school but have not been notified yet? In other words, does the school put all the names of the applicants in the directory when they apply and remove as needed (either denied or otherwise), or do they only populate the database with your name and curriculum when they have admitted you? I would think the latter would be correct, but it is just pure speculation. I have read on other forums that this was the case in 2002 when people were waiting to be notified if they were accepted after they have been waitlisted. Thanks for any information you can provide...
I called NYU and asked the admissions office for the 80% GMAT score range (PT). Their response was 650-740 (Fall 05 class). Given that Stern's PT program is ranked #1. I am not surprised by the higher score range.