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rolling admissions [#permalink] New post 13 Apr 2011, 05:12
Hi, I am currently applying to B-schools in NYC, and am re-taking the GMAT on Friday. I know that I am quite late in the process for fall 2011, and the schools I am looking at all have rolling admissions.

My question is: if I apply near the end of the deadlines for rolling admissions, am I seriously crippling my chances of getting accepted, and would I be better off applying for Spring 2012?

In other words, if applying near the deadlines for schools with rolling admissions, are most spots already filled?


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Re: rolling admissions [#permalink] New post 13 Apr 2011, 14:16
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It depends - are you applying full-time or part-time? What programs? Give me some more details and I can weigh in. My guess is that Spring will be more favorable, but I also assume you can just roll a ding or WL over to a spring application no problem so there might be no harm in making the late push. If you have even a remotely good reason for applying so late they aren't going to punish you out of hand.

Email us at mba@amerasiaconsulting.com with your user name and key question in the subject line so I can try to respond right away. We just finished Rd 3 and tend to take a few weeks of down time, so in case I'm slow to get back to this forum, hit me up over email. Glad to help.

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