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Round 1 Deadline: 10/16/2012 | Decision Date: Week of December 14, 2012
Round 2* Deadline: 12/4/2012 | Decision Date: Week of February 15, 2013
Round 3 Deadline: 1/23/2013 | Decision Date: Week of March 29, 2013
Round 4** Deadline: 3/26/2013 | Decision Date: Week of May 10, 2013
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** Round 4 is for Domestic applicants only; Round 3 is the final round for International applicants.

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Essay 1: Describe how your professional and personal experiences have led you to pursue an MBA at this time. Please share with us your short and long term goals and why the Texas MBA at McCombs is the program best positioned to help you achieve them.
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Essay 2: At the University of Texas at Austin, our motto is “What starts here changes the world.” Here at McCombs, we are looking for students who share this vision. We believe that the MBA experience is a transformative one and that our students are able to have a positive impact, not only on their own lives, but also in their workplaces, their local communities, their professional industries and/or the world generally.

a) In your life to date, please tell us about an instance when you felt that you had the most positive impact and why you believe it to be significant?
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b) How do you intend to positively impact the MBA community while you are an MBA student at McCombs?
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c) After graduation from business school, what kind of positive impact would you like to have?
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Please provide any additional information to the admissions committee that you believe is important and/or will address any areas of concern that will be beneficial to the committee in considering your application. (For example, if your standardized test scores are low or if you have not had coursework in core business subjects (i.e. calculus, microeconomics, statistics, financial accounting), please tell us how you plan to prepare yourself for the quantitative rigor of the MBA curriculum.)
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  • How long have you known the applicant?
  • LEADERSHIP POTENTIAL - Identify specific personal and professional qualities that demonstrate the leadership potential of the applicant and provide detailed examples to support your recommendations.
  • TEAMWORK - Share your observations of the applicant's ability to be an effective team member and provide detailed examples to support your recommendations.
  • AWARENESS - Through your relationship with the applicant, how open and willing has he/she been to solicit and accept feedback? In your experience, has the applicant been able to handle failures/setbacks in a constructive manner?
  • What weaknesses do you think could impact the applicant's future success?
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  • Maturity
  • Analytical Skills
Section III - Overall Assessment
  • Please make any additional comments which you think will help in assessing the candidacy of the applicant
  • Please choose one of the following to express your overall assessment of this applicant: Exceptional Candidate (Top 2%), Excellent Candidate (Top 10%),Good Candidate (Top 25%),Average Candidate (Top 50%),Below Average.
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 26 Sep 2012, 22:15
Thanks hamm0 for starting the McCombs '13 thread , I see already a lot of gmatclubbers apping for R1, looks like this year there is going to be tough competition at schools ranked 13-20 , cause there has been a significant decline in % of people apping for top 10.
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Thanks hamm0 for starting the McCombs '13 thread , I see already a lot of gmatclubbers apping for R1, looks like this year there is going to be tough competition at schools ranked 13-20 , cause there has been a significant decline in % of people apping for top 10.


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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 30 Sep 2012, 23:20
Anyone started with the essays , just wanted to know whether the same experience such as work/extracurricular should flow in all 3 questions of Essay 2 or the individual parts could focus on different spheres of life.
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 01 Oct 2012, 00:34
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Anyone started with the essays , just wanted to know whether the same experience such as work/extracurricular should flow in all 3 questions of Essay 2 or the individual parts could focus on different spheres of life.


I talked about different things in the 3 parts of Essay 2. You considered that the adcom would want to know about as much as possible about us. Plus the questions are not really conducive to using the same experience I found.
Part a. I talked about a personal story
Part b. What I would do if I am admitted (extracurriculars and the type of person I am)
Part c. Professional goals that will have a positive impact

Maybe someone else has another point of view.
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 01 Oct 2012, 07:39
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crackHSW wrote:
Anyone started with the essays , just wanted to know whether the same experience such as work/extracurricular should flow in all 3 questions of Essay 2 or the individual parts could focus on different spheres of life.


I talked about different things in the 3 parts of Essay 2. You considered that the adcom would want to know about as much as possible about us. Plus the questions are not really conducive to using the same experience I found.
Part a. I talked about a personal story
Part b. What I would do if I am admitted (extracurriculars and the type of person I am)
Part c. Professional goals that will have a positive impact

Maybe someone else has another point of view.



Thanks for the view point fitzmanon. Appreciate your views
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 04 Oct 2012, 04:40
I am wondering if McCombs is anyone's first choice? It seems to be a very popular safety school for a lot of people on gmatclub. I checked a few older discussions about the school and a lot of people receiving offers from McCombs are just waiting to hear from higher-ranked schools before accepting an offer. In the "McCombs 2012 - Calling all applicants" discussion the admission statistics graph (where color dots are plotted) is just ridiculous. You've got 2 matriculating for maybe 20 admitted!

McCombs is my first choice but I really worry about going to a school that people are not excited about.
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 04 Oct 2012, 09:51
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I am wondering if McCombs is anyone's first choice? It seems to be a very popular safety school for a lot of people on gmatclub. I checked a few older discussions about the school and a lot of people receiving offers from McCombs are just waiting to hear from higher-ranked schools before accepting an offer. In the "McCombs 2012 - Calling all applicants" discussion the admission statistics graph (where color dots are plotted) is just ridiculous. You've got 2 matriculating for maybe 20 admitted!

McCombs is my first choice but I really worry about going to a school that people are not excited about.


@fitzmanon , the general sentiment about going to the B-school is somewhat subdued to a large extent by the job market. People are not willing to enter a B-school with bad job prospects. Having sad that I feel Mccombs is not on the radar of most of the people on gmatclub because
1) I see only the best of the best applicants are present on the gmatclub
2) Possibly many are not aware about the strengths of Mccombs program and life style in Austin in general.
3)Most of the applicants might consider this as a fallback option after giving their best shot on the other better ranked schools.

Whatever the reason may be , for me Mccombs is a top choice. :)
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 04 Oct 2012, 13:05
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@fitzmanon , the general sentiment about going to the B-school is somewhat subdued to a large extent by the job market. People are not willing to enter a B-school with bad job prospects. Having sad that I feel Mccombs is not on the radar of most of the people on gmatclub because
1) I see only the best of the best applicants are present on the gmatclub
2) Possibly many are not aware about the strengths of Mccombs program and life style in Austin in general.
3)Most of the applicants might consider this as a fallback option after giving their best shot on the other better ranked schools.

Whatever the reason may be , for me Mccombs is a top choice. :)


Thanks. I guess you're right. McCombs is my absolute first choice too even though it's the lowest ranked program I am applying to.
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 07 Oct 2012, 16:57
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!
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 08 Oct 2012, 05:32
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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.

In general

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 08 Oct 2012, 09:16
I am wondering who already visited or plans to visit McCombs before/right after applying. Do you think it adds any weight to the application?
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It does. Do it if you can. I mean it's not like they are gonna be "okay, he visited, so he's in", but you will gain SOOO much from it in an indirect manner, especially if you haven't yet written your essays - you'll meet all sorts of people, see all sorts of places/programs that you wouldn't know about if you hadn't visited. Plus, all of a sudden, your "excitement" to go to the school becomes just sooooo much more tangible, soooooo much more real - I mean you have ACTUALLY been there!!!!
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 11 Oct 2012, 18:33
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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.

In general

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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.

Hope this answers your question



Thanks CrackHSW! So sounds like Round 3 still isn't a good way to go even though there are technically 4 rounds.
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 14 Oct 2012, 13:53
Can someone from admissions or a current international student actually confirm that R3 at McCombs is the same as R2 for international students. Deadline for R2 is Dec 4 and time is running out. thanks
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 14 Oct 2012, 17:50
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Can someone from admissions or a current international student actually confirm that R3 at McCombs is the same as R2 for international students. Deadline for R2 is Dec 4 and time is running out. thanks


Hello - I am a first-year student at McCombs and part of the McCombs Admissions Committee. I can confirm that Round 3 is the final deadline for International students.
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 14 Oct 2012, 18:02
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I am wondering who already visited or plans to visit McCombs before/right after applying. Do you think it adds any weight to the application?


Hello - I am a first-year student at McCombs and part of the McCombs Admissions Committee. While visiting us in Austin does not add any weight or preference to your application, we encourage you to visit during your application process so that you can better get to know the school and make sure it is the right fit for you. We enjoy talking to perspective students on-campus and answering any questions you may have about the school in person. We have information sessions about every other Friday and offer class visits on Mondays or Thursdays. Go to the 'Visit McCombs' section of our website to register for any of these options.
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 14 Oct 2012, 20:30
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I am wondering if McCombs is anyone's first choice? It seems to be a very popular safety school for a lot of people on gmatclub. I checked a few older discussions about the school and a lot of people receiving offers from McCombs are just waiting to hear from higher-ranked schools before accepting an offer. In the "McCombs 2012 - Calling all applicants" discussion the admission statistics graph (where color dots are plotted) is just ridiculous. You've got 2 matriculating for maybe 20 admitted!

McCombs is my first choice but I really worry about going to a school that people are not excited about.




Yeah, McCombs is definitely my first choice. I applied in Round 1, so I'm going to drop my paperwork for the other schools if I find out in Dec. that I got admitted. I love Austin, the cost of living, the collegial student body, and its reputation in the southwest. Hope to see you next year.
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 16 Oct 2012, 06:29
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Can someone from admissions or a current international student actually confirm that R3 at McCombs is the same as R2 for international students. Deadline for R2 is Dec 4 and time is running out. thanks


Hello - I am a first-year student at McCombs and part of the McCombs Admissions Committee. I can confirm that Round 3 is the final deadline for International students.



What does that mean in terms of scholarships? Are R3 international applicants not eligible for scholarships? thanks in advance.
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Re: McCombs (UT Austin) 2013 Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 16 Oct 2012, 06:46
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Can someone from admissions or a current international student actually confirm that R3 at McCombs is the same as R2 for international students. Deadline for R2 is Dec 4 and time is running out. thanks


Hello - I am a first-year student at McCombs and part of the McCombs Admissions Committee. I can confirm that Round 3 is the final deadline for International students.



What does that mean in terms of scholarships? Are R3 international applicants not eligible for scholarships? thanks in advance.


To be considered for a scholarship, you must apply by Round 2, regardless if you are a domestic or international student. No applicants within Rounds 3 or 4 will be considered for a scholarship.
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