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are there any statistics on kellogg inverview->admit conversion ratio?
Unlike most schools where the interview is an advanced state of consideration of ur application, at Kellogg interview is a part of ur application so there is no such thing as " kellogg inverview->admit conversion ratio".
Selectivity is what you should be looking at which is roughly 24%
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