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Application for Indian Applicant - LBS R1/R2/R3

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New post 28 Jul 2019, 21:18
Hey guys

:please Can someone suggest which round be better to apply for an Indian applicant (WE-3 years in Japan, GMAT-710) for LBS ?
Any Indians who got into LBS in R2/R3 can chip in ?

:) :thumbup: Congrats to all the admits for this year!
Cheers
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New post 29 Jul 2019, 04:23
lucapearce wrote:
Hey guys

:please Can someone suggest which round be better to apply for an Indian applicant (WE-3 years in Japan, GMAT-710) for LBS ?
Any Indians who got into LBS in R2/R3 can chip in ?

:) :thumbup: Congrats to all the admits for this year!
Cheers
luca



Hi Luca,

You should definitely not apply in R3. If there is no big reason waiting for R2 deadline, then you must apply to R1. Always better to put in your application early.
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Re: Application for Indian Applicant - LBS R1/R2/R3   [#permalink] 29 Jul 2019, 04:23
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