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Application timeline [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2006, 07:59
Hey guys, a little new here to the whole GMAT/MBA deal.

What I was looking for some help on was the application timeline. I am looking to get into a full time program starting in September 2007.

So, given that, when should I have completed my GMAT by ? The same question for application letters, reference letters, transcripts, etc ?

Thanks for any replies.

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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2006, 09:05
GMAT by October 2006 (& TOEFL too, if applicable).
Transcripts / Reco letters by October 2006

This is the early timeline.
You can submit apps for R1 by beginning of November 2006.
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 [#permalink] New post 04 Jan 2006, 09:38
awesome. thank you.
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pmenon wrote:
Hey guys, a little new here to the whole GMAT/MBA deal.

What I was looking for some help on was the application timeline. I am looking to get into a full time program starting in September 2007.

So, given that, when should I have completed my GMAT by ? The same question for application letters, reference letters, transcripts, etc ?

Thanks for any replies.

Cheers !


Try to complete you GMAT as soon as you can ace it. But there is more to getting ready to apply than just taking the GMAT.

There are a few tips in this blog post from last year. I am also planning a teleseminar on preparations for those who want to join the class of 09. I'll announce it here when I am ready to do so.

If you want more in-depth suggestions, please see Best Practices for MBA Admission, an ebook.
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