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Calling all Waitlisted Kellogg Applicants: (2020 Intake) Class of 2022

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Does anyone know what the appeals process is like? All I can find online in their blog post is that we have until 4/30 to appeal, but I can't find anything regarding an appeals process.
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Does anyone know what the appeals process is like? All I can find online in their blog post is that we have until 4/30 to appeal, but I can't find anything regarding an appeals process.


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Did you check the application dashboard? Maybe there is some new link? If not, I would advise you to send an email requesting a reevaluation.
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Does anyone know what the appeals process is like? All I can find online in their blog post is that we have until 4/30 to appeal, but I can't find anything regarding an appeals process.


I sent an email to adcom and they said they will roll out shortly the process, they haven't really given me any detail though.

I would expect a new announcement or an email early next week.
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Any college seniors out there thinking about applying to the Kellogg Future Leaders deferred admission program? It's a great way to reserve your place at Kellogg's beautiful new campus a few years in advance. Here is our profile of the program:

Kellogg Future Leaders


College seniors and Master’s students who went directly into a graduate program from undergrad are eligible to apply to the Kellogg Future Leaders program. There is no preference for majors in any particular discipline. Once admitted, Kellogg will hold your spot for 2-5 years while you gain work experience. There is no application fee to apply, and applications are typically due in June.
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Hi, does anyone know how to find the email ID for the waitlist manager. I have submitted a couple of updates but haven't heard back from the adcom

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Hi, does anyone know how to find the email ID for the waitlist manager. I have submitted a couple of updates but haven't heard back from the adcom

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That's a good way to get dinged automatically. They didn't include it for a reason. If you go way out of the ordinary means to find a WL manager email, and you email him, that's not a good look.
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Hey, has anyone received instructions on the appeal process? Unless I'm mistaken, I haven't received any
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Hey, has anyone received instructions on the appeal process? Unless I'm mistaken, I haven't received any


Expected to be announced later this week
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did anyone submit an update through the waitlist form instead of the drop-down for additional information?

I submitted a written letter through the Waitlist form, and an attachment of an additional transcript through the drop-down for additional info. I only received confirmation for the one that went through the drop-down process. Wondering if there's actually confirmation for the waitlist form?
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did anyone submit an update through the waitlist form instead of the drop-down for additional information?

I submitted a written letter through the Waitlist form, and an attachment of an additional transcript through the drop-down for additional info. I only received confirmation for the one that went through the drop-down process. Wondering if there's actually confirmation for the waitlist form?


Check your email. I've actually only gotten confirmation emails from the waitlist form updates. For the waitlist dropdown updates it confirms it on the portal showing the updates on the portal.
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Hey, has anyone received instructions on the appeal process? Unless I'm mistaken, I haven't received any


Expected to be announced later this week


I wonder if it's more advantageous to just remain on the WL than reapply. Seems like it's a risk/reward ratio. I might call and ask about this. Maybe the worse that can happen is you just remain on the WL.
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ag03tra wrote:
Hey, has anyone received instructions on the appeal process? Unless I'm mistaken, I haven't received any


Expected to be announced later this week


I wonder if it's more advantageous to just remain on the WL than reapply. Seems like it's a risk/reward ratio. I might call and ask about this. Maybe the worse that can happen is you just remain on the WL.


According to the MBA LW, Some people contacted Adcom and received emails regarding the appeal process.
One may respond to the following questions:
1) (Yes / No) I would like to submit an appeal for the test requirement for my 2020 Full-Time MBA application.
2) Please tell us how you have improved your candidacy since submitting your application and what components of your application demonstrate your academic readiness in the absence of a test score. (200 words)

It seems that only those who inquired about the appeal process received the email.
Personally, I think that waitlisted applicants with decent GMAT/GRE scores do not have to take additional risks.
I would rather remain calm and submit necessary updates.
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erlandgas wrote:
MBA2023applicant wrote:
ag03tra wrote:
Hey, has anyone received instructions on the appeal process? Unless I'm mistaken, I haven't received any


Expected to be announced later this week


I wonder if it's more advantageous to just remain on the WL than reapply. Seems like it's a risk/reward ratio. I might call and ask about this. Maybe the worse that can happen is you just remain on the WL.


According to the MBA LW, Some people contacted Adcom and received emails regarding the appeal process.
One may respond to the following questions:
1) (Yes / No) I would like to submit an appeal for the test requirement for my 2020 Full-Time MBA application.
2) Please tell us how you have improved your candidacy since submitting your application and what components of your application demonstrate your academic readiness in the absence of a test score. (200 words)

It seems that only those who inquired about the appeal process received the email.
Personally, I think that waitlisted applicants with decent GMAT/GRE scores do not have to take additional risks.
I would rather remain calm and submit necessary updates.


Do you guys think that it's possible to NOT ask a test waiver (by not ticking the YES answer) and simply submit an update, in relation to recent developments that could improve the candidacy?
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158bleecker wrote:
erlandgas wrote:
MBA2023applicant wrote:
ag03tra wrote:
Hey, has anyone received instructions on the appeal process? Unless I'm mistaken, I haven't received any


Expected to be announced later this week


I wonder if it's more advantageous to just remain on the WL than reapply. Seems like it's a risk/reward ratio. I might call and ask about this. Maybe the worse that can happen is you just remain on the WL.


According to the MBA LW, Some people contacted Adcom and received emails regarding the appeal process.
One may respond to the following questions:
1) (Yes / No) I would like to submit an appeal for the test requirement for my 2020 Full-Time MBA application.
2) Please tell us how you have improved your candidacy since submitting your application and what components of your application demonstrate your academic readiness in the absence of a test score. (200 words)

It seems that only those who inquired about the appeal process received the email.
Personally, I think that waitlisted applicants with decent GMAT/GRE scores do not have to take additional risks.
I would rather remain calm and submit necessary updates.


Do you guys think that it's possible to NOT ask a test waiver (by not ticking the YES answer) and simply submit an update, in relation to recent developments that could improve the candidacy?


I don't think that is possible. You can certainly tick "NO", but that likely means your appeal won't be considered. Quote Kellogg's email (highlight mine) is below. Note how they specifically call the appeal a "test requirement appeal".

"Per your inquiry, please go to this form to complete the appeal for the test requirement waiver by April 30. The test requirement appeal was introduced to provide equity to previous applicants of this cycle compared to those who are able to apply now without a score. Accordingly, this is the part of the application for which we are allowing appeals. Kellogg's holistic assessment of the entire application remains the same.

You will be notified when a decision is made on your application."

If you were already rejected of course you are free to try whatever you want, as it couldn't be any worse. If you are waitlisted you should consider if you want to do anything against their explicit instructions as that might get you denied as a result.
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The email I received was much less specific in this regard, thanks for sharing. My first impression was actually that the appeal is just for the test score, but since my test score is in line with their average and I don't think waiving it will help my case, I was wondering if there was a chance I had misunderstood. Seems like it's not the case.

I guess I have nothing to lose at this point, so I'll submit it anyway.
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FilippoGesuato wrote:
The email I received was much less specific in this regard, thanks for sharing. My first impression was actually that the appeal is just for the test score, but since my test score is in line with their average and I don't think waiving it will help my case, I was wondering if there was a chance I had misunderstood. Seems like it's not the case.

I guess I have nothing to lose at this point, so I'll submit it anyway.


You never know. The remaining applicant pool may have changed and re-evaluating might yield a different result. As your profile says you are WL at Booth and Ross, you are probably ballpark in what they might want to admit. Like you said there is nothing to lose so give it a go and good luck!
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Hi Guys,

Anyone here in this group who have submitted applications for rolling R3 without a GMAT score? I have submitted my application and awaiting further inputs from the adcom team.
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Hi Guys,

Anyone here in this group who have submitted applications for rolling R3 without a GMAT score? I have submitted my application and awaiting further inputs from the adcom team.


This is a waitlist thread. It is generally for people who applied in R1/R2 and were waitlisted. If you are a new applicant in R3 please see here:

https://gmatclub.com/forum/calling-all- ... 97174.html
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Thanks, just wanted to check if R2 waitlisted candidates are getting admit now, how are they going to apply or secure loans unless you land in US or get a visa? Is it possible to secure a loan without visa being issued?

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New post 28 Apr 2020, 05:01
I do not agree. I could easily locate my waitlist manager email ID and mailed her. that I've submitted an update. She even graciously replied.

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Hi, does anyone know how to find the email ID for the waitlist manager. I have submitted a couple of updates but haven't heard back from the adcom

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That's a good way to get dinged automatically. They didn't include it for a reason. If you go way out of the ordinary means to find a WL manager email, and you email him, that's not a good look.
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