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Accepted to School X but want to go to School Y

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I applied to to MBA X and was admitted. I accepted the offer. Before I started the program I did more research on it and turns out I don't want to go. In a different admissions cycle I applied to school Y because that is where I truly want to go. If I am accepted I will withdraw my acceptance from school X. I did not tell school Y that in a previous admissions cycle I applied to school X and was accepted. Do I need to let them know before they make their decision on my admission?

I would love any advice. Thank you!

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