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New post 21 Jul 2005, 00:34
I need an advice...as all of us hope and pray that we will get into one of the top institutions for an MBA, but sometimes, it just won't happen. Do you think that we should settle for a school that might not be our dream school if all else fails?

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New post 22 Jul 2005, 06:16
I think you should 'settle' for a school that you know can still help you reach your career goals. You shouldn't, however go just to go. It's funny every year, I run into people who apply to a school, get in, and then decides it not for them. That just seems foolish to me. So, please don't be one of those people.
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