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Should I apply in R3? By wen shd I giv GMAT to aply in R3?

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Should I apply in R3? By wen shd I giv GMAT to aply in R3? [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2012, 11:50
Hi.

I am an Indian Female. Age -25. 3.5yrs of IT experience. Decent acads. Decent Extra-curricular.

I initially thought of going for MBA during 2014 intake. But, due to some change in plans I am targeting 2013 intake and planning to apply in R3. I am planning to apply for Kellogg,Tuck, Cornell, INSEAD etc. Will there be any disadvantages in applying in R3 for the above universities. Please throw some light on comparision of R3 with respect to R1R2.

Also, I am yet to give my GMAT :( Will I be in safe position to apply in R3 if I give my GMAT in 2nd week of Jan. If not, let me know by when I should give my GMAT to be in safe place.
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Re: Should I apply in R3? By wen shd I giv GMAT to aply in R3? [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2012, 18:33
The only school where you would be at a disadvantage applying R3 is Tuck due to the small class size. The other schools actively recruit and accept students in all rounds so focus on getting your GMAT done and then move onto your applications. If I were in your shoes, I might think about replacing Tuck with another school such as Wharton or Booth.

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Re: Should I apply in R3? By wen shd I giv GMAT to aply in R3?   [#permalink] 18 Nov 2012, 18:33
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