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# Congenital disorder and Bschool app

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29 Jun 2012, 20:42
Do people with congenital disorders have an advantage in application to B-School?Can it be used as a differentiator when competing with folks with similar acads,

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01 Jul 2012, 07:09
Nope. In any case, you're not going to get any sort of concrete answer to such a speculative question...
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22 Mar 2017, 09:29
MorningStarbreaker wrote:
Do people with congenital disorders have an advantage in application to B-School?Can it be used as a differentiator when competing with folks with similar acads,

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MSB

Nope...
What GMAC says about taking GMAT for disabilities:
"The ADA is intended to enable equal access, not to maximize outcomes. Accommodations must not provide anyone with an unfair advantage relative to other test takers. Instead, they should provide test takers with disabilities equal access to the GMAT exam."

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31 Mar 2017, 15:10
MorningStarbreaker wrote:
Do people with congenital disorders have an advantage in application to B-School?Can it be used as a differentiator when competing with folks with similar acads,

Thanks,
MSB

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02 Apr 2017, 18:17
Yeah, this is difficult one to answer without knowing everything about the situation. Applicants with these types of issues have been very successful, but it depends very much on the specifics of each individual application. You won't get the answer you're looking for from one generic post on a forum.
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09 Apr 2017, 18:26
You won't get really an advantage for just having this disorder, now if the disorder has manifested in some other way that has had some transformative effect on your life and your career this might be some good essay fodder that provides insight into your life journey and experiences.
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