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Calling all UNC Kenan-Flagler Applicants: (2018 Intake) Class of 2020!

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29 Jan, 2018
striper1 GMAT: 690, Q46, V38; GPA: 3.3; WE: 48 months; United States; via Email
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Private, GMAT: 770, Q50, V46; GPA: 4; WE: 72 months; India; via Email
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New post 30 Jan 2018, 11:35
Apply2020 wrote:
Can anyone for R2 confirm they actually got fellowship info along with admit letter?


Yes, upon clicking on my view update link, I saw both the merit fellowship letter and admit letter.
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CSimmsBairdSchool GMAT: 660, Q42, V39; GPA: 3.1; WE: 70 months; United States; via Email
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New post 30 Jan 2018, 13:56
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Waitlisted on: 2018/01/29
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WE: 84 months
Location: United States
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spiderml GMAT: 770, Q51, V42; Canada; via Email
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devarshi9283 GMAT: 740, Q49, V41; GPA: 3.5; WE: 100 months; India; via Email
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devarshi9283 GMAT: 740, Q49, V41; GPA: 3.5; WE: 100 months; India; via Email
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New post 01 Feb 2018, 02:01
Hey guys! Just wanted to check if anyone from the waitlist received an admit during the latest round of decisions on 29 Jan 2018?
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moosicalbovine GMAT: 740, Q50, V40; WE: 87 months; India; via Email
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29 Jan, 2018
Private, GMAT: 730, Q50, V40; GPA: 3.1; WE: 30 months; India; via Email
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HK1605 GMAT: 670, Q48, V34; GPA: 3.9; WE: 40 months; Morocco; via Phone
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Invited to Interview on: 2018/01/31
GMAT: 740, Q49, V41
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WE: 100 months
Location: India
Heard back via: Email

Hey are you done with your KF interview?
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TAgg wrote:
Hi, Just observed a pattern for Indian folks based on the feedback here.
People with GMAT 750 or above have reported admits, those with 730 have been waitlisted and those with less than 730 have been denied. Seems like GMAT has been the deciding factor for Indian candidates. Thoughts?

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I disagree, I have 720 GMAT and I have received admission

Agreed. Although I've 720 on GMAT and got an admit but I agree with your analysis. GMAT seems to be a deciding factor for Indians regardless of how "holistically" they view your profile. If your GMAT score is just below average it still might push you through if other aspects of your application are strong enough but the conclusion you came too is right. GMAT matters a lot for Indians, more so than any other demographic, and a high GMAT score is necessary to just get interviews, forget an admit.

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atulm1987 wrote:
TAgg wrote:
Hi, Just observed a pattern for Indian folks based on the feedback here.
People with GMAT 750 or above have reported admits, those with 730 have been waitlisted and those with less than 730 have been denied. Seems like GMAT has been the deciding factor for Indian candidates. Thoughts?
I speak from some former experience but have no knowledge of this year-- but I would say that a very qualified candidate who brings something unique to the class can make it through on a lower GMAT but that is more the exception rather than the rule-- but each candidate is reviewed holistically so someone with some really interesting work or leadership can break through.
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I disagree, I have 720 GMAT and I have received admission

Agreed. Although I've 720 on GMAT and got an admit but I agree with your analysis. GMAT seems to be a deciding factor for Indians regardless of how "holistically" they view your profile. If your GMAT score is just below average it still might push you through if other aspects of your application are strong enough but the conclusion you came too is right. GMAT matters a lot for Indians, more so than any other demographic, and a high GMAT score is necessary to just get interviews, forget an admit.

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nikhit1993 GMAT: 730, Q50, V38; GPA: 3.2; WE: 39 months; India; via Email
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New post 05 Feb 2018, 22:24
Are they still sending out interview invites for round two? Or should I not have any hope on expecting one now?
Re: Calling all UNC Kenan-Flagler Applicants: (2018 Intake) Class of 2020!   [#permalink] 05 Feb 2018, 22:24

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