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# Dilemma

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Schools: Stanford, Haas, HBS, Chicago

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30 Mar 2011, 10:09
Hey everyone! Congrats on getting in! Have a dilemma, got accepted to both Booth and Wharton and there are many aspects I LOVE about each school.....Plan to attend both Admit Weekends, but feel so overwhelmed with the decision-making process....Any advice?

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Joined: 03 Aug 2010
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04 Apr 2011, 06:56
arasulov- Congrats, that's a great problem to have! If you are looking for feedback from fellow GMATClubbers, try posting in the Business School Review section. Having a little more details about what you see as the pros and cons of each program will get you better advice on what to do. I think attending both admit weekends is a great way to figure out where you "fit" better. Best of luck!
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Location: United States (MN)
Concentration: Entrepreneurship, Marketing
Schools: Harvard Business School - Class of 2013
GMAT 1: 750 Q48 V45
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04 Apr 2011, 07:31
This is a great dilemma and definitely the admit weekends will really help you decide. I met quite a few people at the Booth ASW that were in similar situations and the ASW convinced them that Chicago was the right place for them but I'm sure a number of people also chose Wharton based on their personal experiences.
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