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Calling all Stanford GSB MBA Applicants: (2018 Intake) Class of 2020!!

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Just got an email from GSB re next steps:

"5 February through 6 March 2018: Interview Invitations
During this period, we will extend interview invitations daily via email. Interviews are by invitation only, and an interview is required for admission. We hope to interview roughly 1,000 applicants this application year.

If you are invited to interview, you will receive an invitation between 5 February and 6 March. We will send Round 2 interview invitations once each weekday at 10:30 am Pacific Time (so no need to refresh your email all day).

If you have not received an interview invitation by 6 March, you will not be interviewed in this round.

Please do not submit additional materials in support of your application. Rest assured that there is nothing more you need to do to get our attention or improve your chances for an interview; your application speaks for itself.

6 March 2018: Application Status Update
On 6 March, you may log in to your online application for an update on the status of your application. At this stage, there will be three possibilities:

You have already been invited to interview, and will receive a final decision on 29 March. At that time you will be admitted, denied, or offered a spot in the waitpool.
You were not selected for an interview, and your application is denied. This decision is final.
You are being offered a spot in the waitpool with the possibility of being invited to interview at a future date.
29 March 2018: Decision Notification Date
All official decisions will be released and available when you log in to your online application on 29 March."

Now long-long-long process to wait...
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With hat tip to great person whodis who did some cool analysis last year (and also made it to Stanford).
It's going to be a long wait, and real action will only start in 3rd week of Feb..

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New post 25 Jan 2018, 12:46
Question: Do the interviews take place during the same time period that the invitations to interview take place? I'd like to make it to Palo Alto for the interview but am going to be overseas working the last two weeks of February through early March...
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Wow, so fast! Congrats!

I thought they will start to send invitations after February 5th ...
Or am I missing something? :dazed
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Do folks have an estimate as to the magnitude of applications submitted in R2? (just trying to roughly calculate % chance given they suggest 1000 interviews)
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New post 30 Jan 2018, 21:19
Does anyone know when the R2 invites will start going out?

It looks like R1 interviews were sent from Oct 16 to Nov 14, so I'm assuming that R2 interviews might start going out on Feb 8. But I'm not too sure since R1's applications are reviewed for nearly 3 months (Sep 19 to Dec 14) as opposed to R2 applications which are reviewed for only two and half months (Jan 10 to Mar 29).

Would appreciate some insights into this.
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New post 30 Jan 2018, 21:22
diverboy1988 wrote:
Do folks have an estimate as to the magnitude of applications submitted in R2? (just trying to roughly calculate % chance given they suggest 1000 interviews)


Looking at the previous year's thread, I was able to find out that about 350 to 400 invites will be sent this round. That makes it roughly 10-15 invites every day, considering homogeneous distribution over the entire month, which may or may not be true. Additionally, this averages about 3 international invites a day.
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New post 30 Jan 2018, 21:24
Swapnak, the email from Admissions said that invites will go out feb 5 - mar 6. It also says about 1000 interviews will be sent out


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