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Two for Three [#permalink] New post 06 Feb 2006, 20:12
Hi Everyone,

Being a very non-traditional MBA candidate, I wasn't sure how I would fare with admissions.

I applied to: Duke, Indiana, & UNC

Duke - Dinged (round 1)
Indiana - Accepted (round 1)
UNC - Accepted (round 2)

I'll spend the next few weeks mulling the decision!
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Hey good to hear you got accepted into two great schools. Could you please give some more detail about your profile? GMAT, GPA, work experience?...Thanks
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