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Reapplications [#permalink] New post 15 Jul 2013, 06:13
Hello,

I wanted to know how business schools look at re-applications? More specifically, I'd like to know the general attitude of Adcoms of the following schools towards re-applications:

1. HBS
2. Stanford
3. Wharton
4. Chicago Booth
5. Kellogg
6. MIT Sloan

Are they neutral towards re-applications? Or do they frown on receiving them? Is the success rate of re-applicants higher in some schools than others?

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Re: Reapplications [#permalink] New post 15 Jul 2013, 23:06
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Pretty much all schools are open to reapplicants... and on average the reapplicant student population will make up 10% .
I haven't seen anything to indicate that any school is "more" or "less" reapplicant friendly... they just evaluate you based on the strength of your profile, and the strength of your improvements from the previous year.
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