So, to start off, yes, it is a lot harder to apply in Round 3 vs. Round 2. There are fewer spots, which means adcoms can be even pickier about who they admit. [Which is hard to imagine, since it seems they've been quite picky aaaaall along.] Even more, if you DON'T get admitted in R3, you have another challenge in trying to re-apply in Round 1 next year. After all, how can you prove you're a stronger applicant this time around when it's only been 5 months since the last time?
See? That's why we aaaalways push our clients to apply in earlier rounds.
But if you missed R2 and want to start an MBA program in 2012, Round 3 IS possible. It's just....a challenge. There are specific things you need to know and to do in order to put your best foot forward. If you're considering Round 3, you definitely also want to consider our upcoming "The Art of the Round 3 Application" webinar. [It's free!] We're gonna talk numbers, strategy, and anything else YOU need to know to succeed in Round 3.
Get all the details here: http://www.precisionessay.com/2012/01/t ... ister-now/
We'll 'see' you on the 24th, ya?
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