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I would greatly appreciate your advice on this bizzare situation...
Situation: * I've been accepted into my #2 MBA programme and they require a large commitment fee due soon...
* My #1 school anounces its admissions decision a couple of days before the due date of my #2 school's commitment fee.
Complication: * I am concerned that if I delay payment to #2 in anticipation of getting into #1, that I may get dinged from #1, not make #2's payment deadline (due to international funds transfers taking a long time) and end up schoolless???
This is definitely a good problem to have. Given the early timeline of your acceptance, unless you got accepted under early action/decision, I would advise you to pay the deposit for your #2 school, in case it does not work out for your #1 school. The deposit is a small sum when you take into consideration of waiting another year and possibly not get into your #2 school next year. Also, in the bigger scope of things, your MBA tuition + expenses will trump the deposit cost.