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Calling all Tuck (Dartmouth) Applicants: (2017 Intake) Class of 2019!!

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Received an admit Indian applicant


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Around 12 30 ist and yes from suds


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Sorry I'm at work so responses take time .My gmat is 740 with 7 years of experience in the energy domain


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Around 12 30 ist and yes from suds


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Thanks, for taking the time out.
I am sure you have difficult choices to make now. All the best.

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Not sure if anyone else in Asia heard from Suds. Nov round also has a very small applicant size.
Too silent still, a little dreadful too .. probably curtains !!

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Congrats to all those who got admitted in Nov round! 6 Admits have been reported on Decision Tracker so far: 4 US, 1 India, and 1 from undisclosed location. https://gmatclub.com/forum/tuck-194/app-tracker.html

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Just saw last years reports .. very similar 6-7 admits with 1 in India.

So slow wait to ding .......

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Just saw last years reports .. very similar 6-7 admits with 1 in India.

So slow wait to ding .......


Yeah I'm not overly optimistic about the odds at this point but so be it! At least we will be in good company.

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Ding for me!

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Ding for me!


Wow that's crazy given your stats. Admissions make no sense.

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Congrats guys and for those waitlisted - its not over yet. Keep your fingers crossed :)
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When people say that 20-25 Indians have been admitted in R1 and r2, what is the source of this data?

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When people say that 20-25 Indians have been admitted in R1 and r2, what is the source of this data?


i would say its self reported data and based on people changing their status in the gmatclub profile
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When people say that 20-25 Indians have been admitted in R1 and r2, what is the source of this data?

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When people say that 20-25 Indians have been admitted in R1 and r2, what is the source of this data?


i would say its self reported data and based on people changing their status in the gmatclub profile


Well, I counted total 8 admits from India (combining Livewire and Gmatclub) - removing commons.

25??

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When people say that 20-25 Indians have been admitted in R1 and r2, what is the source of this data?

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I see - where did he share this info? On personal chats/emails? Or some press release?

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