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# Booth 2012 - Calling All Applicants

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30 Apr 2012, 05:33
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Hello all,

I did my r3 interview with an alumnus of Booth on Saturday. Interview deadline is tomorrow and I don't know if he has submitted his report (actually I don't know if this is the same deadline for the alumnus to submit his feedback). Should I contact the school tomorrow and inform them I have completed my interview asking them if they have received the report from the alumnus? Or is it better to contact the alumnus directly to ask him if he has submitted his report?

You don't need to contact Booth. Someone in R2 was worried about this same thing and Booth told him/her that they have a process in place to ensure that interviewer feedback is submitted in a timely fashion. I don't think you will have another status update (i.e. interview complete) until the final decision day. There is nothing to do now except wait. Good luck!
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30 Apr 2012, 05:54
Thank you all for your responses.

@veteran: Even though, as you understand, our chances as international applicants at r3 are marginal at best, I too hope you good luck and hope you get admitted to Chicago Booth!
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30 Apr 2012, 13:27
Here is on marginal chances of admission in R3 from WL thread:

It is worth considering the fact that last year they have extended offers to ~918 students. Given that there are always less students who pay the deposit than there are students who get the offer, 700 deposits might actually mean 900+ offers, which decreases our chances dramatically. I think the majority of WL applicants will be re-waitlisted on the 16th and will get the decision on June 1 and June 31, when R1 and R2 final deposits ($1000) are due and maybe just a few (5-10 students) when the tuition is due in full late summer. And given there are ~700 students in the directory after the R2 deposit deadline - chances of us WL getting in are probably marginal at best - seems that Booth's yield went up this year. Here is from an earlier post: Actually, Boothie2014's statistics are not completely accurate. I see the 781 incoming students in the directory, but that number includes about 320 R1 Admits who were in the database following the R1 deposit deadline. I can't remember the exact numbers, but I believe there were around 500 R1 admits (+/- 10-15) prior to the deposit deadline. So, the R1 yield was right around 65% and about 180 R1 Admits did not place a deposit. This means there were approx. 460 R2 Admits (incl. those accepted from the R1 waitlist). Assuming a 60% yield in R2, 596 seats are spoken for between R1 and R2. This paints a very different picture of the remaining number of spots for R3 applicants and current waitlisters. R1 paid the first deposit (320 students out of 500 admits), R2 paid the deposit (380 students out of 460 admits). Higher yield in R2 makes sence since a portion of R2s were either 1) looking for a better deal than their R1 or 2) trying to secure A school after dings in their top choices in R1. I would prob be waiting for June 1st when some of the current admits decide to do something else. However, with over 700 students on the roster it's hard to imagine that it would add a lot of room for us WL-ers. Better to get adequately prepped to R1 class 2013. Let us know if you find any new info! Intern Joined: 20 Mar 2012 Posts: 11 Followers: 1 Kudos [?]: 2 [0], given: 0 Re: Booth 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] ### Show Tags 30 Apr 2012, 22:06 riskylvrg wrote: Here is on marginal chances of admission in R3 from WL thread: It is worth considering the fact that last year they have extended offers to ~918 students. Given that there are always less students who pay the deposit than there are students who get the offer, 700 deposits might actually mean 900+ offers, which decreases our chances dramatically. I think the majority of WL applicants will be re-waitlisted on the 16th and will get the decision on June 1 and June 31, when R1 and R2 final deposits ($1000) are due and maybe just a few (5-10 students) when the tuition is due in full late summer.

And given there are ~700 students in the directory after the R2 deposit deadline - chances of us WL getting in are probably marginal at best - seems that Booth's yield went up this year.

Here is from an earlier post: Actually, Boothie2014's statistics are not completely accurate. I see the 781 incoming students in the directory, but that number includes about 320 R1 Admits who were in the database following the R1 deposit deadline. I can't remember the exact numbers, but I believe there were around 500 R1 admits (+/- 10-15) prior to the deposit deadline. So, the R1 yield was right around 65% and about 180 R1 Admits did not place a deposit. This means there were approx. 460 R2 Admits (incl. those accepted from the R1 waitlist). Assuming a 60% yield in R2, 596 seats are spoken for between R1 and R2. This paints a very different picture of the remaining number of spots for R3 applicants and current waitlisters.

R1 paid the first deposit (320 students out of 500 admits), R2 paid the deposit (380 students out of 460 admits). Higher yield in R2 makes sence since a portion of R2s were either 1) looking for a better deal than their R1 or 2) trying to secure A school after dings in their top choices in R1. I would prob be waiting for June 1st when some of the current admits decide to do something else. However, with over 700 students on the roster it's hard to imagine that it would add a lot of room for us WL-ers. Better to get adequately prepped to R1 class 2013.

Let us know if you find any new info!

Hi,
Thanks for the information.
Are you sure about the numbers? 780 is the number of offers or the number of paid deposits? (it make more sense to me that it is the number of offers, not deposits).
According to BW the final yield is around 63% (not the 1st deposit yield) and they have just 580 seats a year (=920 offers in total).
I find it hard to believe that they won't extend any offers for r2 WL or r3.
In my communications with the admission team, I sensed that they take r3 very serious, much more than other top schools, and I am sure that they will extend some offers. I know the chances are not high but they exist. I believe that people that were invited to interviews on r3 have a real chance (I believe that more or less 30% of the people being interviewed will get an offer).
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01 May 2012, 04:13
One of the admitted students looked up the directory and quoted ~700 admits from R1 and R2 who paid the deposits. Granted, quite a few of R1 admits who paid the deposit (320 students) might decide not to attend, but still, ~700 deposits sounds like a lot to me.

I am definitely not claiming anything, I'd like to find out what are our chances to get admitted myself, but that's what the numbers are.

Still 30% acceptance rate in R3 sounds really high...
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01 May 2012, 04:34
riskylvrg wrote:
One of the admitted students looked up the directory and quoted ~700 admits from R1 and R2 who paid the deposits. Granted, quite a few of R1 admits who paid the deposit (320 students) might decide not to attend, but still, ~700 deposits sounds like a lot to me.

I am definitely not claiming anything, I'd like to find out what are our chances to get admitted myself, but that's what the numbers are.

Still 30% acceptance rate in R3 sounds really high...

Hi
I meant 30% from those who gets interview... not from the applicants pool of round 3 (then it will probably be much more closer to 10-15%).
Thank you for the information and good luck !
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01 May 2012, 10:49
The ~700 incoming students quoted from the directory includes all admits, regardless of program. So the ~700 number can't be used for the full-time R3 estimates since it includes Evening, Part-Time, and Executive MBA Admits.

That explains why that number is so much higher than Chicago's target full-time class of ~550.
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01 May 2012, 10:51
GeneralHans wrote:
The ~700 incoming students quoted from the directory includes all admits, regardless of program. So the ~700 number can't be used for the full-time R3 estimates since it includes Evening, Part-Time, and Executive MBA Admits.

That explains why that number is so much higher than Chicago's target full-time class of ~550.

nah, the ~700 number is only for full time. The number including evening, part-time, executive MBA admits is over 1100 (go look in the directory yourself at the bottom corner).
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01 May 2012, 11:10
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GeneralHans wrote:
The ~700 incoming students quoted from the directory includes all admits, regardless of program. So the ~700 number can't be used for the full-time R3 estimates since it includes Evening, Part-Time, and Executive MBA Admits.

That explains why that number is so much higher than Chicago's target full-time class of ~550.

nah, the ~700 number is only for full time. The number including evening, part-time, executive MBA admits is over 1100 (go look in the directory yourself at the bottom corner).

Thanks for the correction, I was working off a false assumption. Last time I looked at the directory was January.

Congrats on all the admits ... which school are you going to pick?
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01 May 2012, 11:18
GeneralHans wrote:
woggy987 wrote:
nah, the ~700 number is only for full time. The number including evening, part-time, executive MBA admits is over 1100 (go look in the directory yourself at the bottom corner).

Thanks for the correction, I was working off a false assumption. Last time I looked at the directory was January.

Congrats on all the admits ... which school are you going to pick?

I'll see you in the fall GeneralHans!
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01 May 2012, 14:09
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01 May 2012, 14:59
My recommender received a confirmation e-mail from Booth. I did not receive a confirmation e-mail, and it does not appear on the website.
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14 May 2012, 23:15
Hi all,

Wanted to wish all R3 and WL good luck today and I really hope you will get a phone call today from Chicago !
You have been a great help to me during the process and also inspired me.

Good luck !
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15 May 2012, 03:53
Good morning and good luck today!!!
Fingers crossed~
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15 May 2012, 12:20
Terribly quiet
Is it decison day today?
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15 May 2012, 12:36
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Terribly quiet
Is it decison day today?

According to last year, it only started at 1530-1545 Chicago time, so we still have one more hour to go...
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15 May 2012, 12:42
A few R2 waitlisters have received the call
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15 May 2012, 12:54
Any international R3 students admitted? I know are chances are slim but ...
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15 May 2012, 13:30
I got the call at 14:29 Chicago time from Bryce. R3 international applicant living in Chicago. So excited, especially after the ding from Kellogg yesterday.
Good luck to all you guys out there, I hope things work out!

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15 May 2012, 13:42
Congratulations kdn.
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