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# Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants

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08 Jan 2013, 14:56
xx257 wrote:
hello everyone! count me in for r2. I have a question, how come, based on the stats, one person is already admitted through r2?

do you mean from GMATClub? There were several of us - not sure the exact number, but at least five regulars
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08 Jan 2013, 14:59
hunterashmore wrote:
xx257 wrote:
hello everyone! count me in for r2. I have a question, how come, based on the stats, one person is already admitted through r2?

do you mean from GMATClub? There were several of us - not sure the exact number, but at least five regulars

I guess he is asking one person said they were admitted in R2, probably a mistake...
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08 Jan 2013, 15:01
KillerApp wrote:
hunterashmore wrote:
xx257 wrote:
hello everyone! count me in for r2. I have a question, how come, based on the stats, one person is already admitted through r2?

do you mean from GMATClub? There were several of us - not sure the exact number, but at least five regulars

I guess he is asking one person said they were admitted in R2, probably a mistake...

oh oh, right - probably should read more carefully (lol - skimming question statements WAS my biggest weakness in the GMAT)
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08 Jan 2013, 15:09
KillerApp wrote:
hunterashmore wrote:
xx257 wrote:
hello everyone! count me in for r2. I have a question, how come, based on the stats, one person is already admitted through r2?

do you mean from GMATClub? There were several of us - not sure the exact number, but at least five regulars

I guess he is asking one person said they were admitted in R2, probably a mistake...

lol, yes, that's what I'm asking. I thought it could be possible that someone who was waitlisted in R1 is now admitted to R2 after the adcoms saw the stats of applicants in R2...just idle speculation while I wait to hear back
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08 Jan 2013, 19:01
I think they had stated that they would apply in round two but ended up applying to round one instead
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08 Jan 2013, 19:15
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by the way congratulations to everyone who was admitted in R1. Good job all! It's nice to see that you guys are still on the forum even after you are admitted.
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08 Jan 2013, 19:38
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xx257 wrote:
by the way congratulations to everyone who was admitted in R1. Good job all! It's nice to see that you guys are still on the forum even after you are admitted.

This forum was our life and blood while we were going through the process, and the support we got here kept us alive! I think it is hard to let go of the e-relationships and the sentiments, and it is nice to help out people in our shoes the best we can
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08 Jan 2013, 20:48
Aww... thats such a nice thing to say @killer app.... Im trying to work on my round 3 apps to take my mind off the whole process but it's close to impossible...
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08 Jan 2013, 22:03
KillerApp wrote:
xx257 wrote:
by the way congratulations to everyone who was admitted in R1. Good job all! It's nice to see that you guys are still on the forum even after you are admitted.

This forum was our life and blood while we were going through the process, and the support we got here kept us alive! I think it is hard to let go of the e-relationships and the sentiments, and it is nice to help out people in our shoes the best we can

Some guy I read about compared looking through application threads like this to being on a battlefield…looking on as your comrades-in-arms are slowly shot down, one by one

On the bright side though, some go on to raise the flag on the top of that hill!
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09 Jan 2013, 08:15
Wow, I'm new to the forum but I'm happy to find that everyone here is so nice!!

Sunshineavenue, I'm trying to work on a R3 app as well and I know it's really hard. I don't know about you, but for my school it's much harder to get in on R3 so I'm a little discouraged right off the bat. I'm thinking maybe I should just forget about it and apply R1 next year if I need to, but knowing me I'll probably end up applying R3 anyway.
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09 Jan 2013, 08:31
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Hey XX257, welcome to the "battlefield" as somebody called it...I guess all schools are harder in round 3... Im forcing myself to work on the apps, while praying to God that I dont need them..
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09 Jan 2013, 08:42
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sunshineavenue wrote:
Hey XX257, welcome to the "battlefield" as somebody called it...I guess all schools are harder in round 3... Im forcing myself to work on the apps, while praying to God that I dont need them..

Haha, thanks for the welcome. Good luck to you! I'm sure you'll do great!
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09 Jan 2013, 08:49
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Jan 30 and Feb 7 for invitations!

Oh boy both those dates seem SO FAR AWAY! And surprisingly, unlike last year no stats about round 1 invitations!
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09 Jan 2013, 08:52
yeah! Just read the post as well... the bit that freaked me out was "On February 7, all candidates not being invited to interview will be notified of their release" for some reason, it just made me even more nervous! let the nail biting begin!
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09 Jan 2013, 09:38
sunshineavenue wrote:
yeah! Just read the post as well... the bit that freaked me out was "On February 7, all candidates not being invited to interview will be notified of their release" for some reason, it just made me even more nervous! let the nail biting begin!

also submitted to r2. good luck everyone!!
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09 Jan 2013, 10:51
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Jan 30 and Feb 7 for invitations!

Oh boy both those dates seem SO FAR AWAY! And surprisingly, unlike last year no stats about round 1 invitations!

I know this doesn't help you out, but I'm actually quite amazed by Jan 30 and Feb 7. That's less than 1 month (for the earlier day) from the submission date. If you're working on other R2 applications, I'm sure some are not even due until around that time, so you'll have something else to focus on. At least, that's how R1 went for me.
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09 Jan 2013, 13:13
Right! It does seem soon but I was looking at last year's round 2 they sent out invitations around the same time even though the deadline was a bit later.
One more thing, she doesn't mention what time on Jan 30 and Feb 7 the invites would go out but am guessing noon.
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09 Jan 2013, 14:01
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One more thing, she doesn't mention what time on Jan 30 and Feb 7 the invites would go out but am guessing noon.

Dpulavarthi - good assumption, as everything from HBS has been released at noon. R1 interview invites went out by email at 12:02pm ET on 10/17, if I recall. That two minutes was agony though!

Good luck to all R2 applicants - I hope I'll get to see you in a few months at the ASW for R2. In fact, when hunterashmore and I were chatting and he told me about this site I wanted to come on here and say hi/commiserate/anticipate all over again with y'all
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09 Jan 2013, 14:07
dpulavarthi wrote:
Jan 30 and Feb 7 for invitations!

Oh boy both those dates seem SO FAR AWAY! And surprisingly, unlike last year no stats about round 1 invitations!

Do you know what the stats were for last year??

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09 Jan 2013, 17:55
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The stats from last year are on the same blog, blog post dated: 13 Jan 2012.

Here is a excerpt:
"Now, please pay attention - this is a new level of transparency that I hope is helpful, but I need you to understand that I am talking about what happened in Round 1 vs. telling you exactly what will happen in Round 2 (which we obviously DON'T KNOW now).

The pattern of interview invitation volume in Round 1 was:

Week 1 (first wave of invitations): 750 invitations sent
Week 2 (second wave): 80 invitations sent
Week 3 (third/final wave): 25 invitations sent

Round 2 won't be identical, but I think it will be directionally similar. Please hear me when I say that the timing of the interview invitation is NOT a signal of the strength of a candidate. The only thing that it maps to is the ability of our Admissions Board to move through their (large) reading allocations."
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