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Maybe someone can answer this for me. I am starting a new job in two weeks. I have yet to hear back from the committe (application notice received on May 3rd). Should I let them know about my new position or should I wait and see what response I get back. Basically, is it worth the hassle to contact them and let them know of the update? If so, who would I contact?
Good luck to all of you and congrats to those who have been accepted.
I got waitlisted at Langone for the fall term- anyone know how many applicants are accepted off the waitlist? I know it is my quantitative score on the GMAT that landed in this limbo but as I took the GMAT a year and half ago I’m not in a position to quickly turn around and retake it. Any thoughts on what I might do? I was going to submit another recommendation and essay four. I was also thinking about seeing if there was an intensive business math/ statistics course I could sign up for starting ASAP- anyone know of any in the city? I’d very much like to start NYU in the fall. Thanks.
I was waitlisted last year and not admitted after submitting an additional essay. I reapplied for the fall. I took a stats class during the spring @ fordham and earned a 4.0, submitted 3 additional recommendations, but I did not retake the GMAT - I also did not think my Quant score was up to par and I was concerned that retaking the GMAT wouldn't yield a better result. I haven't heard back as of today.
I hope you have better luck! I would check out Baruch to see if they offer a pre-term stats/quant course.
I got my application in by the end of April- heard back about the waitlist July 9th-
600 GMAT- High Verbal, Low Quant
3.5 GPA from top 20 college.
5 years experience in Publishing- not looking to go into finance.
ML-NYC. we are in similar situations. I have not heard anything from them yet. I think a 600 GMAT (what i got) is borderline. I'm really hoping they take other factors of my application into consideration. Lets keep everyone posted on this.
I submitted my completed application around 11:45 pm on May 15th, the deadline!
Anyone know if that's a negative?
I'm kind of thinking that it goes like this: They review all of the apps ASAP. They throw them into three piles--no way, maybe, and definitely yes. The yes and no people hear first, then the maybes filter in more slowly.
I am assuming that I am a maybe, and I guess I should be encouraged that I didn't hear today, since my buddy got the waitlist around 2 this afternoon.
The adcom told me that they review applications in the order they get them.
I applied on the 15th as well. That puts us at the bottom of the pack.
I do think it hurts us b/c they will probably only have a few spots left when they get to our applications. That said, the deadline was a false deadline. According to their website, they are still taking applications.
Your triage theory sounds reasonable but I am not sure they do it that way. That is the way I would do it though.