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NYU is the only school I've applied to; Hope for the best
Age: 29 Race/Sex: Indian male PhD in pharma Sciences Undergrad: Pharmacist from India (Above average academics) GMAT: 600 (46 Quant, 27 Verbal) (not enough preparation) 3 yrs WE (Top Pharma- Research) Excellent career • Patents and scientific publications • Led cross-functional/ multinational team Decent extracurricular Decent Essays Excellent recommendations
Applied couple of days before the official deadline
I have been accepted to the Weekend option at Washington Square. I got the notification this past Tuesday. We will be able to access the database only in November. I will post the DB count as soon as I get access. Good luck to everyone.
I have read in the previous posts that NYU does accept people off the waitlist, but I don't know how it is going to be this year. The website still says they are accepting applications for spring 2010. When I read the FAQ for waitlisters, I got an impression that if I won't take any action to improve my application and just wait, I will eventually get rejected in late January. What do you think?
Thank you, jzd, and congratulations!! I will definitely reapply if I won't get in this time.
Well, I am fully aware of the fact that there won't be that many spots available for waitlisters and totally agree with you what you said. But I am just trying to do the best I can by retaking the GMAT, as I believe it is the only component of my application that is really weak. It was a bit of a surprise to me that I got waitlisted as my score was even below their 80% range.
If you don't mind my asking, did you do something to enhance your application while you were on the waitlist last time, such as submitting another recommendation letter, essay or a new GMAT score?
I will be applying for the Fall 2010 NYU part-time program. Can please someone tell me what are my chances of getting in w/the following stats:
GPA 3.6 GMAT 630 Work Experience 3.5 yrs (will be in May 2010) Big 4 - Investment Management sector (FS), was promoted this year CPA Extra curriculum activities are decent Recommendations decent (will try to get recommendations from partner, manager, and cfo from one of my clients (who is nyu alum)
I know my GMAT is not very good, but right now i can't retake the exam due to the personal circumstances.
Thanks Guys and good luck for those who are waiting right now!! _________________
Trying to make CR and RC my strong points
"If you want my advice, Peter," he said at last, "you've made a mistake already. By asking me. By asking anyone. Never ask people. Not about your work. Don't you know what you want? How can you stand it, not to know?" Ayn Rand