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Leveraging M7 admit to get Sloan Interview

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Leveraging M7 admit to get Sloan Interview [#permalink] New post 12 Jan 2012, 17:30
Hi,
I am a Round1 MIT Sloan full time MBA applicant. I have not yet got an interview call. I have an admit
from another prestigious M7 school. However Sloan is my top choice. Should I send a mail to Sloan
AdCom, letting them know of this admit but re-iterating my commitment to attend Sloan if given a
chance. Time is running out and I am in a mood to gamble!
Thanks in advance for taking this question.
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Re: Leveraging M7 admit to get Sloan Interview [#permalink] New post 13 Jan 2012, 02:06
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Romano25 wrote:
Hi,
I am a Round1 MIT Sloan full time MBA applicant. I have not yet got an interview call. I have an admit
from another prestigious M7 school. However Sloan is my top choice. Should I send a mail to Sloan
AdCom, letting them know of this admit but re-iterating my commitment to attend Sloan if given a
chance. Time is running out and I am in a mood to gamble!
Thanks in advance for taking this question.

If you push Sloan for an answer now, the answer will likely be "No thank you." Unfortunately, you'll just have to wait patiently for the invitation.
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Re: Leveraging M7 admit to get Sloan Interview [#permalink] New post 15 Jan 2012, 09:52
Thanks for the reply
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Re: Leveraging M7 admit to get Sloan Interview [#permalink] New post 16 Jan 2012, 10:43
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Romano25 wrote:
Thanks for the reply

You're welcome. I hope your patience holds out for an answer from Sloan :wink:
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