Okay guys, I've heard back from my round 2 schools and now it's really decision time. My only two options are Booth or Sloan. Everyone above seems to have said both are on par..so that has made my decision really difficult!
I like the strong international brand of MIT (I may at some point move back to Asia) and that there is a much higher percentage of internationals at MIT than Booth - i.e. a more global student body. However, I also like Booth's analytical focus and I'm getting money from Booth. My concern is that maybe the lack of a core at Booth (plus the commuter aspect) may make it harder to bond with classmates. Also, I'm in finance right now and looking to probably move away from it (to consulting, maybe, but I'm not totally sure) so a student body diverse in its background and goals would help expand my horizons.
I'm totally confused which school I should go for and any additional insight gmat club members can provide will be much appreciated!!
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