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Mark, I think NYU is definitely within your range. With that said, NYU really wants students who will actually attend NYU. And the way they gauge this is through your involvement in the NYU community. You will have to do plenty of research, get in touch with Alums/Student/Profs and get their insight on the school. You should be willing to do class visits/campus visits and everything else that will prove your dedication to NYU. They are very sensitive of their yields because of their ivy league northern neighbor.
"Initial Notification. If your application was completed by the deadline, you will receive an initial notification no later than the notification date. You will be emailed when your status has been updated on the Application Status Check Website."
So I guess you're only guaranteed notification before the 'notification date' if you apply before the deadlines.
According to what's quoted above, yes. I spoke with a former Stern admissions associate director a while ago and I remember her saying that it's different from Columbia's 'rolling' policy. I'll confirm what she said and get back to you.
I sent an email to their students thru their online thingy before but they never got back to me.
Judging by my experience there as an undergrad all I can say is "typical Stern" (take that with a grain of salt though as my experience is not representative of the MBA program). If you're looking for top notch academics you will get them for sure, I was a finance major and learned a ton, but NYU is not particularly known for its school spirit.