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applying to too many schools and am I applying to the right schools?

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My post MBA is to get into operations consulting. These are the schools I planning to apply to:
[*]Sloan
[*]Kellogg
[*]McCombs
[*]Columbia
[*]HBS

Am I applying to the right schools? Are there any other schools I should consider? Am I applying to too many schools?

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New post 22 Sep 2017, 19:39
Five bschools is a reasonable number. If you are applying in round 2, you should get in the war zone from now. You will need 3 months to get your applications together.

I don't know what your profile is, so it will be hard to comment on your school choice. But maybe you can add one safer school such as Ross which is excellent for operations, instead of Columbia

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Is 3.5 months enough time to put together applications?

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chestud13 wrote:
Is 3.5 months enough time to put together applications?


with a single minded focus, yes!

Like I said earlier, get into the war zone
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