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Lesser chance for women applicants? [#permalink] New post 23 May 2005, 06:10
Hi Omari,

I am 25, female, and going about my b-school preparation. I am curious to know whether different schools have a specific % of women students they want each year. If they do have a % they adhere to (or increase yearly), does that increase the chances of women getting into business school?

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 [#permalink] New post 30 May 2005, 10:45
Schools don't have publicized quotas. Nonetheless, they have been making a consorted effort to invite more women to apply. That's not to say that they lower admissions standards for women -- they don't. All things being equaly, however it's definitely not a bad thing to be a women.
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