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I am an international appicant. Male. 28 years old. GMAT 710. Master in Engineering. 4 years of proffesional experience. Have worked in Spain, France and Italy as IT consultant and project manager

I am thinking on applying to Harvard/ Wharton in Round 3.

Do you think is a good idea?
Do you have any numbers (percentage of admissions or number of applicants on R3)?

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I don't have hard numbers, but we usually strongly advise against people applying in round three. By that point the classes will be starting to fill up, and the schools will also have a list of impressive applicants on the waitlist, so they tend to be very picky in the third round. Only apply if you have a good reason to do so now, rather than waiting until the fall. If your main reason is that you only decided recently that you want to apply, then I suggest waiting and applying in eight months!



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