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R3 options [#permalink] New post 11 Jan 2012, 06:23
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GMAT-740, WE-4Yrs in IT,
Post MBA - product management
I would like to know which colleges I can apply to at this point of time (R3). Also what are the chances for scholarship?
I am thinking of Rotman R2 and Emory R3, please let me know if they are good options?
Thanks in advance!!!!!

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Re: R3 options [#permalink] New post 13 Jan 2012, 04:36
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Hi
My profile:
GMAT-740, WE-4Yrs in IT,
Post MBA - product management
I would like to know which colleges I can apply to at this point of time (R3). Also what are the chances for scholarship?
I am thinking of Rotman R2 and Emory R3, please let me know if they are good options?
Thanks in advance!!!!!

Regards,
Nikhil


Round 2 does have higher acceptance rates than round 3, but programs like Emory, Cornell, Rice, Kelley, Haas, Tulane, Olin, Krannert, that have 4 deadlines do still have moderately successful round 3s. I would suggest that you apply to lower ranked programs that will be interested in your GMAT score (assuming you have the leadership and interpersonal skills to contribute to the class) and have rolling admissions or later deadlines. Some examples might include Foster and Wisconsin Madison.
Your chances of securing a scholarship (or tuition reduction) are higher if you are willing to attend a lower ranked program and you have a high GMAT score.
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