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Just received their email and a link to a fancy greeting e-card. I'm so happy. Now I can at least secure a spot for MBA degree...
Thank you every body in the forum, and especially Rhyme.......Did I say I love all of you.......
I LOVE ALL OF YOU.....
Thanks you guys a lot....
First round, I applied to Indiana Trio. Now with Notre Dame under my belt, I feel a little bit more confident.
My profile (for preference):
- Age: 24, almost 25, male, Vietnamese
- almost 2 years work experiences in software industry in Vietnam. (this will encourage applicants with little experiences)
- GMAT 710 (Q50, V35, AWA 5.0)
- GPA: aprox 3.5. (I used the conversion scale of an organization in U.S)
- Essays edited by talented Rhyme.
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When I visited it, I regconized Notre Dame is a great school, and I don't consider it a back up school. I will be happy to attend ND.
You guys can take a look at the greeting card here:
Last edited by darren1010 on 14 Dec 2006, 17:36, edited 1 time in total.
When I visited it, I regconized Notre Dame is a great school, and I don't consider it a back up school. I will be happy to attend ND. You guys can take a look at the greeting card here: http://www.nd.edu/~mba/application_results
That card looked really inspiring and kinda thing that is best to accompany an admit letter..
just some experiences to anyone who apply to Notre Dame: you should try to visit the school. I believe it strongly affected my application. By the time I was there, I showed that who I am, and show all my interest to the school. Also don't forget to show your passion to sport and your admire to their foot ball team. The stadium their is wonderful, and almost every people there love their football team.
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...