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Status check: In committee-GSB [#permalink] New post 19 Oct 2006, 12:56
Hey guys i just checked my GSB account and the status changed today to In Committee.... yikes... now only time can tell!!!! Has anyone else's changed... of course I am doing the part-time program so they may be quicker in updating...
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Re: Status check: In committee-GSB [#permalink] New post 19 Oct 2006, 15:21
AshikaP wrote:
Hey guys i just checked my GSB account and the status changed today to In Committee.... yikes... now only time can tell!!!! Has anyone else's changed... of course I am doing the part-time program so they may be quicker in updating...


Interesting.

Us full timers are likely a good month away from that.

You'll know your results in a few weeks.

I envy you for that.
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 [#permalink] New post 19 Oct 2006, 15:39
Rhyme i think you have a great chance to getting in... your profile seems pretty awesome.. i really hope u do get in because then I may even get to take a class with someone so bright... they allow the part-timers to accelerate their MBA by taking courses with the full-timers :)
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 [#permalink] New post 20 Oct 2006, 04:18
AshikaP wrote:
Rhyme i think you have a great chance to getting in... your profile seems pretty awesome.. i really hope u do get in because then I may even get to take a class with someone so bright... they allow the part-timers to accelerate their MBA by taking courses with the full-timers :)


Haha. Ego power up!

I've already started working on the GSB part time application. As I know the GSB has the most flexible part time program of any school, it's almost as attractive as the full time program. Thus, should I be rejected full time, I'm ready with paper in hand to apply part time.
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 [#permalink] New post 20 Oct 2006, 08:57
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Rhyme i think you have a great chance to getting in... your profile seems pretty awesome.. i really hope u do get in because then I may even get to take a class with someone so bright... they allow the part-timers to accelerate their MBA by taking courses with the full-timers :)


You'll get in too, don't worry
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 [#permalink] New post 20 Oct 2006, 09:06
thanks i'll keep ya updated :)...
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 [#permalink] New post 21 Oct 2006, 14:46
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thanks i'll keep ya updated :)...


i checked with friends. They said expect it to take about 10-15 days.

You'll know soon.
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 [#permalink] New post 21 Oct 2006, 15:52
can you apply full time and part time in the same year?
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 [#permalink] New post 21 Oct 2006, 16:39
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can you apply full time and part time in the same year?


I'm trying to find out what the rules are here. My plan is to see how FT goes, and if it fails, try PT.

I know that for FT, you can't re-apply for two quarters - though even thats a bit vague - two quarters from the decision date? from the application date? In essense, it sounds as if (at least for FT) if you reject and reapply you are forced to apply for the following year - that is fall 08, not fall 07. ( I believe this is the case for both Kellogg and GSB)

I know they greatly dislike you applying both PT and FT at the same time - but I dont know what the rules are for applying FT then PT if failed. Similarly, as the programs - and admissions offices are distinct and seperate - would you check "Previously applied" on your PT app or not? Technically yes, but no t for the PT program.

It's something I've been thinking about.
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