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no, i'm still planing on doing it in 2007... Just needed a new one for R3. alreaDy applied to 1 school still applying to some others... By the way do you know the minimum result for most schools? And may one say he is native english? for example if applying as an englishman, would that be acceptable?
Many top schools do not mention cut-off TOEFL score. Only Chicago GSB clearly has a cut-off for TOEFL PBT 600 / CBT 250 / iBT100. However, for the safe side, you must get at least PBT 640/CBT 280/iBT 110 (it's an average TOEFL score). Harvard discourages appliants with TOEFL CBT 280. But I think GMAT is more important!
Well I am not sure where I stand with them considering my 2.55 GPA and 640 GMAT - odds are it wont happen - but I am surprised at the number of dings and waitlists coming from this forum. In general though it seems like most schools are relying on the waitlist more then they have in the past.
Kellogg probably wants to ensure its yield is high - still though, I would think at least one GMAT Clubber would have gotten in to the full time program by now.
Yeah! I have not heard of a single admit in GMAT Club into Kellogg!
Looks like Kellogg is turning into an extra selective school! I guess candidates rank Kellogg as a backup for H/S/W that affects their 'yield'.
Besides, 'how interested a candidate is in joining Kellogg', I wonder what else they look at. My interview went evry well (I think), but Kellogg interviews are all blind and they interview almost everyone - so it very difficult to gauge my chances!
Still waiting to see where I stand. Fingers Crossed
Final decisions are in: Berkeley: Denied with interview Tepper: Waitlisted with interview Rotman: Admitted with scholarship (withdrawn) Random French School: Admitted to MSc in Management with scholarship (...