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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 08 Oct 2012, 05:32
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Dakells wrote:
Hi all. Since McCombs has 4 rounds, does that mean that Round 3 isn't necessarily as bad in terms of admission chances as it would be if there are only 3 rounds or do you still think that by the time Round 3 rolls around most of the class is already filled? I'm trying to spread out my applications but for some reason all of the deadlines for my round 2 schools are falling within 1-2 weeks in early December!


Dakells ,

Round 3 is the priority deadline for international students for Mccombs.
Generally the last round R3(if a school has 3 rounds) or R4(if a school has 4 rounds) is meant for local applicants who don't have to go through the hassle of obtaining visa and other things to study in the US.For Schools with only 3 rounds I would suggest to apply by round 2 as the school would try to fill in the international applicants by R2. R3 would put you in spot of botheration for these things :

1)Less time to apply for Visa and other documentation work
2)Very less seats if any are available after R2 for international applicants would be open.
3)Intense competition from Locals in US for the slots in last round.

For Mccombs Round 3 is still a better option for international students as compared to R4 or for that matter compared to any other school in terms of admit chances to schools with only 3 rounds of admits. R3 would have slots open for international students but very less compared to R1 and R2.

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R1~R2>>>R3>R4
in terms of slots open for admission

These arguments stem from my general discussion with people in Bschools and their perception on the whole admission process. It doesn't mean that people who apply in last round of the respective schools are not admitted. If you feel you can give your best shot and your application would be ready only by the final round , by all means apply in the final round. Its a subjective call and really depends on when u feel u are ready.

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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 30 Oct 2012, 06:33
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Can a student or someone from the MAC explain the notification process really quick? Do the notifications come out on the date listed on the website or is that a no later than date?

I feel MSB is my reach school, but having already been offered admission at the two schools lower on my list has definitely built up some confidence, so I'm going for it.
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 08 Nov 2012, 12:24
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Are we going to hear anything from mccombs before notification date? I had submitted app on 16th, got invite on 19th and did my int on 24th. It is so quite since then, this wait is killing me :(


No decision notifications will be released until the December 14th deadline. All decisions will be released at the same time on that day.
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Does anyone know about McCombs' attitude toward re-applicants? Specially the ones who were waitlisted last year?


Re-applicants are given heavy consideration. Be sure to use the optional essay to explain how your application has improved since your last application.
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namrta wrote:
Hi,

I am applying for McCombs Business school in round 2. My GRE score is 323(Q- 164, V- 159 ), its GMAT equivalent is 690.
I have gone through the UT Austin site a myriad times to understand their vision and expectations. Currently I am in the process of filling my application and essays. I am not worried much about LORs as I have 6.4 years of IT experience and did good work. But I am very apprehensive about the essays, it has word limit and I am facing hard time to connect all scattered point and make a story.

Any advice would be good.

Note - My focus is only on UT Austin- McComb business school and I desperately want to join MBA fall 2013 batch, if there is any body from 2012 or previous batches, please let me know if I can pm them for MBA/UT Austin related queries.

Thanks & Regards,
Namrta Mahajan


Essays are extremely important so take your time. Focus on the stories that show you in positive light, something you did during your undergraduate studies or during employment (Think!). Try to be up to the point and not verbose. They are also testing your communication skills by limiting the word limits so focus on the story in one paragraph and on yourself (in relation to the story) in the other. Always get your essays proofread not only by a professional but also by your friends or someone who really knows you. Get their feedback and change accordingly.
Also, research the school website thoroughly. Talk to current students - ask them what made them choose McCombs. Visit the school if possible. Make notes of what the school offers and what your interests among those offers are. Connect your goals to the strong points of the school.

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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 23 Nov 2012, 11:10
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So, looking at previous posts, it looks like most invitations for interviews were sent out within 3 weeks of the deadline? Just wondering when I might hear about an interview for R2 (haven't submitted app yet).
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 03 Dec 2012, 05:35
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This might be a silly question but did anyone make a Pinterest account and 'create a board labeled “Why the Texas MBA is for me?”'?. I have never used Pinterest so before I start Pinteresting things I wanted to see what the general consensus was about this creative little twist at the end of the application.


We very much encourage your participation in this activity! In no way will your pinterest board be used as an evaluation criteria alongside your application, however it just a fun way we would like to connect with our applicants.
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 04 Dec 2012, 20:39
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I just submitted my round 2 application! Good luck to everyone.
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I sent in my app last week with the R2 deadline and today I received an email with invitation to interview with a member of the AdCom visiting my local area (major metropolitan area in US) in January. Is it just me or does that seem like a REALLY quick turnaround time to be invited for an interview? What can I take this to mean, aside from the fact that it seems I made some sort of initial cut.

Edit to add - and on this note, what do people think would be the best strategy for interviewing? The email says to let them know if I prefer an on-campus McCombs one and they'll set that up. For what it's worth, I already did a campus/class visit a few months ago. I almost wonder if it's better to take them up on the offer to do local since it's an admissions officer and not an alum


The R1 interview invites started getting sent out 1 week after the app. deadline, too, so it's normal. Although I don't know if it's still true, McCombs used to use an algorithm to do the heavy lifting for interview invites; hence, the quickness. Also, I think I read that they were trying to get out most of the R2 invites before the winter break. You should feel well about making the first cut because only ~50% of applicants get interview invites.

If you've already gotten a campus visit in, a couple current students told me not to worry about doing the interview on campus. Take advantage of the fact you've got an AdCom member coming into your town. They will be in the decision room to be your advocate if you end up on the fence. That's just my opinion, though, so the MAC student can interject if I missed the mark.
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 27 Dec 2012, 21:57
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ritzoo wrote:
Anyone received the application packet yet?



Not yet... no news on scholarship either... :(


I know of a Chinese citizen residing in USA, who has got the admit package last Friday.
She is in Autin BTW, so no surprise that she got the package first.
Hence, I assume that we will also get the packets soon.
It does not contain much - Admit Letter and the Surprise Gift :)

Spoiler:: Surprise Gift is a
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Does anyone know where I can find the latest employment report for McCombs? Thanks.


Here you go :

https://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/MBA/Full ... stics.aspx
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Does anyone know where I can find the latest employment report for McCombs? Thanks.


Here you go :

mccombs.utexas.edu/MBA/Full-Time/Career/Statistics.as


Thanks a lot. 1 Kudo for you :)
Though I was also looking for a list of companies and types of roles



Have a link to the 2011 employers , not been able to find any list for 2012 :(

here is the list for 2011 top employers

ut-austin-mccombs-104778.html
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Hi everyone,

I am a R2 applicant and got an interview invite today morning so I think all those who haven't received an invite yet can expect it till this weekend.

I chose for Offcampus interview but havent heard from the Alumni yet. How long should I wait for the alumni's revert? Should I write to another Alumni in my location?
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Hi everyone,

I am a R2 applicant and got an interview invite today morning so I think all those who haven't received an invite yet can expect it till this weekend.

I chose for Offcampus interview but havent heard from the Alumni yet. How long should I wait for the alumni's revert? Should I write to another Alumni in my location?
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I am a R2 applicant and got an interview invite today morning so I think all those who haven't received an invite yet can expect it till this weekend.

I chose for Offcampus interview but havent heard from the Alumni yet. How long should I wait for the alumni's revert? Should I write to another Alumni in my location?
Please help.
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Give the alumni three full business days to respond. If they have not responded by then, email them again as a soft reminder and wait another two days. If they have not responded after both attempts, go ahead and contact another alumni.
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Have any of you admitted gotten info on this year's events? Specifically, wondering when admit weekend is this year. Thanks :)


Preview Weekend is Thursday, April 4th - Saturday, April 6th, 2013!
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I submitted my application on 12/3, but I haven't received an invitation to interview. Does that mean waitlist? I am guessing that all invites have probably been sent out by now. 2/15 is the notification date, so it doesn't seem likely that interview invites would be sent out much later than now. Thoughts?


Definitely still time to hear on interview invitations. We're all just getting back from Winter Beak too, so no worries yet!
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Anybody else get an interview invitation email despite already having an interview scheduled? I got an invitation email a few weeks ago directly from an admissions officer saying he'll be visiting my city soon and I and scheduled with him when he's in town (and my "interview" tab on the website reflects that). However today I got another invite, though this one looks to be a system-generated automatic email, and it also has an interview deadline before my currently scheduled interview.

I can't get to a phone to call MAC today but will do so first thing in the AM. In the meantime, I wanted to see if anybody else received a similar note?

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Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Dear XXX,

After an initial review of your application, you have been selected for an admissions interview.

PLEASE READ THIS EMAIL CAREFULLY BEFORE SCHEDULING YOUR INTERVIEW.

You have the choice to interview on campus, off campus, or via Skype.

INTERVIEW DEADLINE:
Applicants who applied to McCombs in Round 2 should complete the interview before Wednesday January 23rd, 2013. (You may still schedule your interview on this day.)

ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS:
For on campus interviews, please select from a calendar of available dates and times for your interview. On campus interviews are conducted by current 2nd year students and Admissions Officers. (ALL INTERVIEWS ARE CONDUCTED IN CENTRAL STANDARD TIME)

OFF CAMPUS INTERVIEWS:
For local interviews in your area, you can filter by country or state, and/or search for a particular city (using the Keyword search) to select from a list of available alumni interviewers. CLICK ON AN INTERVIEWERS EMAIL ADDRESS AND EMAIL THEM DIRECTLY TO CONFIRM THEIR AVAILABILITY. AFTER THE INTERVIEWER HAS CONFIRMED WITH YOU VIA EMAIL, GO TO THE "INTERVIEW DETAILS" TAB AND INPUT THE APPOINTMENT DETAILS (INTERVIEWER NAME, DATE, TIME, LOCATION), THEN HIT SAVE. HITTING SAVE WILL GENERATE AN EMAIL THAT WILL BE IMMEDIATELY SENT TO YOUR INTERVIEWER REMINDING THEM OF YOUR INTERVIEW.

SKYPE INTERVIEWS:
For Skype interviews, please select from a calendar of available dates and times for your interview. Skype interviews are conducted by current 2nd year students and Admissions Officers. (ALL INTERVIEWS ARE CONDUCTED IN CENTRAL STANDARD TIME unless otherwise noted by your interviewer.)

RESCHEDULING OR CANCELING INTERVIEWS:
If you need to cancel or reschedule your interview after your interview has been confirmed, please email interview@mccombs.utexas.edu.

Here is the link to schedule your interview: https://mccombs-utexas-admissions.symplicity.com/. The link to schedule will be found on the home page when you first log in (click the word "Schedule" in the yellow box on the home page).
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I agree w/ the theory about McCombs trying to protect their acceptance yield rate to a certain degree, but there's a chance that many students w/ high GMATs are letting their "safety school" bias bleed into the application (not saying that this happened to either of you). rjdunn got an R2 interview invite w/ a 780 GMAT, and 3 R1 gmatclub admitted applicants had a 740+ GMAT, so you could easily have one coming your way this week. I'm not saying any of these apply to you, but just some factors that might come into play:

- Are your essays cookie cutter in the sense that you could virtually copy and paste everything into your next school's application by replacing the school name?
- I've heard AdCom members say it's surprisingly common to see applicants who actually leave another school's name somewhere in the application.
- A question on the app. reads, "Other Graduate Applications." If it says something similar to, "Stanford, Wharton, HBS," did you properly justify in your application what unique characteristics make McCombs stand up to the others?
- Do you know how you were rated by your bosses in the letters of recommendation section? If their ratings are low enough, AdCom members have said that's instant death.

I'm sure everything will work out, but just some food for thought...


As far as my essays, I provided specific examples of the benefits of the UT MBA program that would require major revision to be used in other applications. I did not provide a list of other schools because that only benefits the school at my expense. The recommendations were very strong and from directors. UT was my first application and I took precaution to ensure that I used McCombs and UT only.

I think that the major weakness of my application is my work experience. I will only have 41 months of experience by the time of matriculation. No supervisory experience.

Honestly, I was hoping to leverage my prior McCombs master's degree to get into the MBA program. In fact, I have already taken MBA courses at UT and earned As. I don't know how I could possibly support my academic aptitude more than that. However, the lack of management experience ("leadership") will probably kill my chances.[/quote]

Yeah, the wait sucks, and it seems like you have a strong case. I'd agree w/ you that it'd be more of an issue of leadership/managerial experience than # years WE. However, have you spoken to them about how they view diversity of applicants? At my undergrad institution, the MBA program specifically said they try to avoid people who already got another business degree from the school because they won't receive as much added value as someone else the second time around. Conversely, I did notice a few profiles on the McCombs MBA site of UT undergrads. Do you know any of the 2nd-yr. students or AdCom members?

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- A question on the app. reads, "Other Graduate Applications." If it says something similar to, "Stanford, Wharton, HBS," did you properly justify in your application what unique characteristics make McCombs stand up to the others?[/quote]

When they ask you this question always put one school much higher ranked (when applicable) and then other schools in the same bracket.

For instance if McCombs ask you it should be something like: Wharton (the much higher ranked) and then the likes to UCLA, Cornell, Rice, Notre Dame.

McCombs was my first choice but the lowest ranked school I applied to. It would have been absurd for me to tell implicitly they were the lowest ranked school I was applying to. They would have thought they were my safety school.[/quote]

I am not sure if it was the best approach, but I completely ignored this question. I feel like that is a question that should be answered after you have been admitted. The application process is stressful enough without having to worry about the potential ramifications of your school list. Plus, I'd hope that if I am willing to churn out some essays, corral recommendations, and ultimately shell out $200 for an application, the school would at least review my application on the good faith that I am an interested applicant. If McCombs is rejecting applicants based on the fact that the adcom thinks the applicant will reject them down the road (unless it is completely obvious), then admissions playing a silly game of cat and mouse. That being said, for anyone writing an application to McCombs or any school that asks a similar question, I would flag this as a sign that you really need to tailor your essays for that school. "Generocide" will not pay dividends.
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