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Rounds Dilemma [#permalink] New post 03 Jun 2006, 10:02
Hi Omari and Scott,

First good job on your MBA Game Plan book, Its the Bible for MBA Admissions. I am a prospective Applicant applying to Fall 2007 MBA for 5 B Schools.

Round 1 - MIT, Carnegie Mellon, Carlson

Round 2 - Chicago, Wharton

Reason for applying to Chicago and Wharton in Round 2 is that their first rounds are normallin Oct and not in Nov, and I am thinking that extra 1 month can cost me on Application Quality.

So thats why I am applying for their Round 2, deadlines for which is in January.

Now my question is : Lets say If i get through my Round 1 schools and I am waiting for my Round 2 results. Can I defer the Admission decision for some time till I get my Rnd 2 results ? That way I can finally decide from all my admitted schools.

Lets say If I have to accept before the decisions fro Rnd 2 are out, can I still join other school ? I am Foreign Student so will have to convert my H1B to F1, will this have an effect ?

Thanks a lot
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I think your reasons for applying to Chicago & Wharton in Round 2 make sense. Regarding timing, you may end up getting pinched with the timing. It depends on the school, but you may end up having to make a decision on your R1 schools before you get your R2 decisions. Naturally, these schools want you to decide as quickly as possible, so they can manage their waitlists and acceptance rates for later rounds accordingly.

I'm not 100% sure about your visa question, but I don't expect that you'll have any problems. You may want to check out a site like to get a second opinion. Also, schools' admisisons tend to be very helpful with that sort of info.

Good luck!



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