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Does Early Action give you a big advantage over round 1? I have looked everywhere and cannot find admission stats for EA vs Round 1.
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I can help you decide this based on your GMAT Score, Work experience, Country/Gender, Industry/Function.

The point is- If they know they can afford to lose you, you got to reach out to them ahead of time. However, if you think you can afford to make them wait as you will get a lot of other options, you can make them wait.

Depends a lot on your profile actually.
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Buck92 wrote:
Does Early Action give you a big advantage over round 1? I have looked everywhere and cannot find admission stats for EA vs Round 1.


Yes, I don't have stats but anecdotally, yes...if you are forced to choose them, for yield reasons, you are low risk to them. So if a decent candidate, much higher odds of success. Especially if you do the self-initiated interview.

If you are Indian, Chinese or overrepresented would strongly recommend it. That said, Duke is a very long application and so please remember the objective is not to get rejected as early in the cycle as possible.

Application quality must not be sacrificed.
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