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Round 3 admission rate [#permalink] New post 11 Jan 2009, 07:01
Hello,

I wanted to know what is the admision rate for round 3 for top 10 US schools (harvard, chicago, wharton)... I heard that usually universities select more than 80% of their student during first 2 rounds (assuming they have 3 rounds)

I was late in writing the gmat..but i got (700), had high GPA as well, and fell in international applicants category..!

waiting for an advice/insight please!

thanks,
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Re: Round 3 admission rate [#permalink] New post 11 Jan 2009, 14:17
While I have no inside information, I always heard that unless there is some great reason why you didn't apply round 2, it's not worth applying in round 3. I would assume this is extra true this year because of all the applications.

if you can wait until next year, i would
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Re: Round 3 admission rate [#permalink] New post 12 Jan 2009, 18:02
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Hello,

I wanted to know what is the admision rate for round 3 for top 10 US schools (harvard, chicago, wharton)... I heard that usually universities select more than 80% of their student during first 2 rounds (assuming they have 3 rounds)

I was late in writing the gmat..but i got (700), had high GPA as well, and fell in international applicants category..!

waiting for an advice/insight please!

thanks,


I don't have stats for R3 and most schools don't give them out, but do say that the acceptance rate is low.

Please see "MBA Admissions: Should You Apply Round 3?" for further thoughts on applying round 3.

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