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Handling acceptance and expectation [#permalink] New post 25 Mar 2011, 11:11
Hello:

I applied for two b-schools for fall'11 as follows -

1. UC Berkeley HAAS EWMBA - R3
2. UC Davis Part time MBA - R2

I received an acceptance from UC Davis and the school gave me till April 15th to accept the offer and send a check of $1500. I have not received any decision from HAAS yet. The application is under process. My first choice is definitely HAAS and I suspect before April 15th I might not get any decision from HAAS.

Please advice me what I can do the best?

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Re: Handling acceptance and expectation [#permalink] New post 25 Mar 2011, 15:19
If these are the only b-schools that you have in mind and will definitely go this year (to either one of them), turn in your deposit for Davis and continue to wait for Haas' reply. Just imagine this $1,500 as an opportunity cost forgone should Haas give you an acceptance. There's really no other choice.

However, if I were you, I'd call Davis and see if I can get an extension. It never hurts to ask (plus you're already admitted. They can't reject you anymore).
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