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Killer Squirrel, nervousgmat, I'll still be hanging around here for a long while..
GMATBlackbelt, all the best for Monday. I'm sure you'll do fine. I'll be applying for the Masters of Accounting with the Singapore Management University. The brand name isn't as strong as the big business schools such as Wharton or Chicago etc, but the faculty are all from the big 4 accounting firms, so it speaks a lot for the program =)
I am late in posting my congratulations...Well Done! So many of your explanations have been helpful to me in my own quest. You've built up a lifetime of good karma by posting on this site - I know that you will land in the MBA program of your choice, and that great things will continue to happen for you.
Congratulations once again, and all the best to you! _________________
I didn't browse this forum for months and I'm so glad to see that you achieved your target ywilfred! We indeed started at about the same time and I am so happy to hear about an old timer coming up with another success story. Now, round2 will start. I'm anxious to know which schools you will pick.
Inspite of your incredible number of posts and your very significant contributions to the club you still seem to maintain a low profile. What would you call that?... Modesty?... Humility?... I think both in your case.
Like many here, I have a lot to thank you for. Your SC notes and Beginners Re-worked Questions thread were crucial in my preparation for the GMAT.
I think 700 has a double meaning for you.
The first thats it's your score and
the second that its the number of people whose GMAT scores wouldn't have been what they are with your help (myself included).
Now maybe I am wrong with the second. Your excellent work might have helped even more than 700!
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