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Calling Stanford MSX candidates (2019 Intake) Graduating Class of 2020

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Mine too but It was also like that before. But you don’t have the pink banner above?

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I do

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Yes-i do.

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Good luck all!

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So they expect to interview 200 applicants in R3? Am I reading this email (sent last Monday) correctly? Or do they mean 200 applicants for the total 2019 intake?

Confused.

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My guess is 200 overall.

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So they expect to interview 200 applicants in R3? Am I reading this email (sent last Monday) correctly? Or do they mean 200 applicants for the total 2019 intake?

Confused.

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Generally, schools don't interview many applicants in Round 3 alone. I guess the number you are reading is for the overall 2019 intake.
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So they expect to interview 200 applicants in R3? Am I reading this email (sent last Monday) correctly? Or do they mean 200 applicants for the total 2019 intake?

Confused.

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Generally, schools don't interview many applicants in Round 3 alone. I guess the number you are reading is for the overall 2019 intake.


The language read as follows:

“The Stanford MSx Program expects to interview approximately 200 applicants this application cycle.”

My interpretation was 200 in total. Then I asked a friend who does interviews for GSB and she said for R3. That did not make sense to me. That’s quite the administrative nightmare to embark on for R3.
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Potatopaper wrote:

The language read as follows:

“The Stanford MSx Program expects to interview approximately 200 applicants this application cycle.”

My interpretation was 200 in total. Then I asked a friend who does interviews for GSB and she said for R3. That did not make sense to me. That’s quite the administrative nightmare to embark on for R3.


We have only 32 applicants in our decision tracker including all the rounds(R1, R2, R3) for the MSX program. If that number 200 was only for R3, I would expect at least 20 applicants from those will be on GMATClub for R3 but we currently have only 5 for R3.

Anyway, I guess we will find out soon. Good luck. :)
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If you look on the thread from last year it doesn’t look like anyone was interviewed in R3.

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If you look on the thread from last year it doesn’t look like anyone was interviewed in R3 either.

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Hmm not sure what to make of this...
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I think it is coincidence

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If you look on the thread from last year it doesn’t look like anyone was interviewed in R3 either.

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We generally have a very small sample set for R3 applicants. In this case, we have 5 applicants last year. So, I guess in general it better to ignore R3 data from previous years.
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Agree
Could be sampling error

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Did any R3 applicant receive an interview invite yet?
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Did any R3 applicant receive an interview invite yet?


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I don't think so. None reported here at least.
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How many R3 are there in here?

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Think R3 would be super competitive in a sense that it doesn’t matter if you have a strong profile or not but what you could offer on top of what already have on the table (existing R1 and R2 admits).

Doesn’t make sense that they interview 200 candidates in R3 and pick 10-20 of them.

Let’s hope there is no overlap in experience with the current admits as to get interviewed.

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How many R3 are there in here?

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New post 08 Apr 2019, 14:38
Should we expect some invites to go out today? We're almost half way through the April 5-11 invite date range and no invites yet. :|
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