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Hi Everyone!

Is anyone aware if any of the Top-20 schools give application fee waivers and what is the criteria? I know Duke gives waivers for attending events and UNC might give a waiver based on GMAT. Another criteria could be re-application but I am not sure.

We can leave out the criteria listed in public (Tech for America/India/China, US Military etc.)

Looking forward to hearing from you.

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New post 11 Sep 2017, 00:54
gmat7m wrote:
Hi Everyone!

Is anyone aware if any of the Top-20 schools give application fee waivers and what is the criteria? I know Duke gives waivers for attending events and UNC might give a waiver based on GMAT. Another criteria could be re-application but I am not sure.

We can leave out the criteria listed in public (Tech for America/India/China, US Military etc.)

Looking forward to hearing from you.


Hey,

I think you've mentioned the top reasons for getting a waiver. You can easily goto each school's website for this info. But a better strategy would be to research well and apply only to 4-5 schools ;)

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New post 11 Sep 2017, 03:28
The info-session/GMAT based waivers arent listed very openly and some like UNC's are invitation only - you won't find that online. I have a small list, of-course not applying to 20, but even in the 4-5, it'll be good to save some $$$

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