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I have been watching the thread develop. I am what you guys call a "Lurker".
Thought, I should share the info as I've been reading your responses. I just got a call from Julia. She had interviewed me as well.
I applied in R1 and was waitlisted. I took the statistics prerequisite exam on March 15th, and cleared it. My profile:
Indian Software Engineer with 5+ years of experience in a major tech company in Colorado. GMAT 750 3 strong professional recommendations Medium-strong extracurricular activities and leadership roles outside of work
I had also applied to Chicago Booth and got through there.
As far as I can tell, pinch was the only one let off the WL so far. The adcom said they're making calls tomorrow too. So, they might not have gotten to the WL people yet. You're in for another anxious night, but it's not over yet.
I remember reading that there were 40 in the waitlist chat for round 1, so im assuming thats a good approximation for the total waitlist. I guess when we get the round 2 one that will give us an idea of where we stand.
I've been lurking for a while. Round 2 applicant, got the interview invite 2 days after applying, found out I'm on the waitlist today. Female, 5.5 years in nonprofit/government, strong extracurricular leadership, GRE Score of 720 Q, 600 V, 5.5 Writing (Comes out to 650 GMAT on the conversion tool), 3.5 undergrad GPA from a Public Ivy.
While 720/800 for Quant on the GRE was originally a solid percentile score, when converted to the "new" GRE scores, the percentile compared far less favorably, and I haven't cleared the college-level math prereq.
Is anyone else in the math incomplete bucket? I'd like to complete the prereq before the next decision date to strengthen my application, which means taking the waiver in April or May. The Haas-provided "study guide" is pretty broad and vague - anyone have any stronger recommendations for how to prepare?
I have been watching the thread today. Not sure where I would land(acceptance/waitlisted/rejection) I am what you guys call a "Lurker". However, got an email today , saying waitlisted. Applied in R2, Gmat 730, Indian Software Engineer, Male, 10 yrs experience