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collegesenior, kripal's comment forced me to visit "Ask Accepted.com" section and view your profile. I must say that you have an interesting profile and age is on your side. So, even if you get dinged at H/S/W (In the worst case), I would recommend that you gain some experience and become a much stronger candidate (As Paul said in his feedback) next year (or year after that) instead of following your back-up options. Just my $0.02
Uh-oh, does this officially turn into a pants-pooping thread now that our apps are submitted?
Wasn't it already?! Seriously, what are you guys doing to alleviate all the pant-pooping?!?
Not so much alleviating it, but delaying it... I'm busy working on Chicago GSB & Kellogg's apps. After that I'll start working on Ross & Wharton for R2 which should hopefully keep my mind out of pants-pooping mode. That is until I start seeing interview invites coming out and start freaking out about not being invited yet.
So with HBS' famous 14% acceptance, this means that at most two from this list will make it in...
Is this what they call a statistical error
Well, again, 14% is for the AVERAGE applicants. GMATClubbers are not AVERAGE. With scores over the GMAT Mean and good preparation like I've seen here, I think our changes are much higher than just 14%. I would even dare say 20-25%.
http://blog.ryandumlao.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/IMG_20130807_232118.jpg The GMAT is the biggest point of worry for most aspiring applicants, and with good reason. It’s another standardized test when most of us...