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22 Aug 2007, 13:06
I had recently applied to the Ohio State University Fisher College of Business PT MBA for fall quarter (they have admissions every quarter). I finally heard back today via a phone call. Since my undergrad was pretty light on quant. courses, I was asked if I would consider taking an undergrad level quant. course fall quarter, and then depending on how I do, they will make a final decision for winter quarter.

I must say, I am not at all surprised by this, as I knew that my dearth of quant. experience was the the low point of my application. However, it sounds like (from the phone call and subsequent e-mail) that if I do well in a quant. course of my choosing (stats, business math, or finance) that I'm in! So, yay!?

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25 Aug 2007, 14:13
congratulations dude......

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