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# HBS 2+2 2014 - Calling All Applicants (Class of 2016)

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02 Feb 2012, 04:36
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anyone get invite today...? curious to find out if they sent out 2+2 interview invites today also...

Apparently some of Sandy's kids got an invite yesterday. Haven't seen any posts from such applicants though. I was waitlisted without interview in R1, didn't receive an invite.
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07 Feb 2012, 12:47
Any new invites as of today? Especially 2+2....?
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07 Feb 2012, 12:48
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IM IN !!!!!!

Retiring from this forum. we gave it a good run guys.

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!
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07 Feb 2012, 13:05
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WHOS STILL WIATING!!? THIS WAIT IS AWFULLLL

I'm doing the same now as a Round 2 applicant. 2 waves of invites have gone by already. 1 more wave left.....
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12 Feb 2012, 12:16
February 14th is almost here. Anyone else getting super anxious? I'm still hoping for that invite on Tuesday. Any 2+2 people still waiting around like me?
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12 Feb 2012, 12:22
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February 14th is almost here. Anyone else getting super anxious? I'm still hoping for that invite on Tuesday. Any 2+2 people still waiting around like me?

I was wondering, there hasn't been much info on the 2+2 boards, but are we combined with the regular HBS rd 2 applicants?
Is this next Tuesday the last day to get an invite? Are their three waves only (this being the 3rd)?

If the answers are: yes, yes, and yes,
Then: yes I am anxious :D
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12 Feb 2012, 17:49
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ChasingHarvard wrote:
February 14th is almost here. Anyone else getting super anxious? I'm still hoping for that invite on Tuesday. Any 2+2 people still waiting around like me?

I was wondering, there hasn't been much info on the 2+2 boards, but are we combined with the regular HBS rd 2 applicants?
Is this next Tuesday the last day to get an invite? Are their three waves only (this being the 3rd)?

If the answers are: yes, yes, and yes,
Then: yes I am anxious :D

Yes, Yes, Yes, lol.

I guess we're in the same boat. Tuesday can't get here fast enough!!
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12 Feb 2012, 20:22
ChasingHarvard wrote:
iamvolitant wrote:
ChasingHarvard wrote:
February 14th is almost here. Anyone else getting super anxious? I'm still hoping for that invite on Tuesday. Any 2+2 people still waiting around like me?

I was wondering, there hasn't been much info on the 2+2 boards, but are we combined with the regular HBS rd 2 applicants?
Is this next Tuesday the last day to get an invite? Are their three waves only (this being the 3rd)?

If the answers are: yes, yes, and yes,
Then: yes I am anxious :D

Yes, Yes, Yes, lol.

I guess we're in the same boat. Tuesday can't get here fast enough!!

I posted on the regular HBS board, just going off statistics alone, it seems like a lot of invites should still be coming,

It seems like either the next wave will be massive (almost 4x as big) or there are several waves coming.

Only 13 have been invited so far this round, but it looks like there should be another 20,either that or our stats are way off on the roll call.

So hopefully that makes everyone in round 2 a little more hopeful
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14 Feb 2012, 10:41
just got the news this morning, denied.

not as dissappointed as i thought i would be, but now the anxiety is strongly building on my MIT app...

it says they hope I consider reapplying in a regular round, but i'm guessing that's a standard 2+2 response.
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29 Mar 2012, 04:57
If you're feeling anxious, feel free to join and chat throughout the decision process!

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14 Apr 2012, 13:44
Anyone applying in R3, please stand up!
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16 Apr 2012, 06:37
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I applied Round 3, still waiting to hear back, woooooooo
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I applied Round 3, still waiting to hear back, woooooooo

well, I assume you know they are sending out interview invites on the 17th and 24th, see Dee Leopold's blog.

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We'll be sending out interview invitations in two waves this round, April 17 and 24. Candidates not being invited to interview will be notified of their release on April 24. Interviews will be conducted only here on campus - no hub city interviews - and by Skype, if necessary. Dates will be May 4, 7, 10 and 11. Note: We hope and expect to see applications from college seniors for the 2+2 Program. We know that you are likely to be in exams during our interview dates. We will make accommodations on a case-by-case basis...so don't worry.

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We'll be sending out interview invitations in two waves this round, April 17 and 24. Candidates not being invited to interview will be notified of their release on April 24. Interviews will be conducted only here on campus - no hub city interviews - and by Skype, if necessary. Dates will be May 4, 7, 10 and 11. Note: We hope and expect to see applications from college seniors for the 2+2 Program. We know that you are likely to be in exams during our interview dates. We will make accommodations on a case-by-case basis...so don't worry.

As always, I hope this is helpful.

Dear HBSguru, I wish I could give you a hug right now, this really makes my day to have certainties about what days I'll be notified
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17 Apr 2012, 06:57
Hey, I am so nervous! How many invites do you think they will send today and next tuesday for 2+2? I honestly can't focus on any school or work until I know something, what time of day do they usually send invites?
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Hey, I am so nervous! How many invites do you think they will send today and next tuesday for 2+2? I honestly can't focus on any school or work until I know something, what time of day do they usually send invites?

well, results like this often are sent at noon [EDT] and if past year is a guide,more invites wil go out today than next week, but ya never know.

As to number of invites they will send out in total, I think 150-300, closer to 150. See highly speculative and convoluted "analysis" below

you can begin with the fact that ALL interviews will be done over 4 days ONLY, at HBS (see Dee's blog note), which puts a logistical cap on that number. (Plus some Skype interviews),. I mean there are only 16-20 adcom members, they freq. have an observer at an interview, so 8-10 teams, doing 5 or 6 a day. That would be running at full capacity and at a volume that is deeply untypical. Altho sure, they dont need two people per team, and in a pinch could have one person per interview (as was prior practice until recently). That just helps put an upper on things.
Another way to dope it out is that a 2+2 class typically runs 105-110 kids, which is the residue of a ~60 percent yield fr. all 2+2 interviews. 110=.6x and x = 183, but sure, this year lots of 2+2 kids have already been admitted, soooooo, on the other hand, during those 4 days they will also be interviewing some number of regular Round 3 applicants, and also kids on WL who have not yet been interviewed ( a small group but . . . ).
If you are still with me, none of the above really gives you a number, but based on my historical experience with this, and my gut, I'd say they will interveiwing ~250-180 kids to get 150-100 more admits which includes 2+2 kids and R3 admits. That means 60-45 kids a day at Dillon House and its environs. At 5-6 interviews per team that means 10-7 teams, which seems high, which leads me to believe there will not be as many two person on one interviews as in the past.
This is all really back-of-the-envelope stuff. But I'd say with some confidence that total number of interviews over those 4 days will go fr. 150-300.
I also guess, based on nothing more than official numbers released for R1 and R2, that they will send out about 70-80 pct of those invites today, and the rest next week.
Folks, just thinking out loud here. ANd of course, the number you really want, how many applicants are there, both 2+2 and R3 is a real mystery.
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17 Apr 2012, 10:08
Thank you so much for your in-depth analysis. Noon has come and gone with no word so I think I will try and go about my day and if I hear great, if not there is always next week. I know 2+2 is a long shot for me anyway.
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17 Apr 2012, 10:24
Thanks, Sandy. I am anxious as well...good luck, swagon!
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17 Apr 2012, 10:47
So on the official hbs 2+2 facebook page a rep confirmed that invites were sent at noon, maybe we will be in the next wave. good luck positiveoutlook!
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