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[New Tool] Filters in Decision Tracker - Estimate Your Chances

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New Tool: Filters for the GMAT Club's Decision Tracker ... and it is really cool!

You can now filter historic results (all 100,000+ records) based on how candidates performed (those who got admitted and those who got dinged) in the previous Admission cycles to estimate your chances!. For example, you can check how many people have gotten into HBS with GMAT under 700 (in the last 3 years, it is only a handful of folks). You can drill down a lot more specifically.

How Would I Use It?
  1. I would look at candidates that match my stats (GMAT Score, country/area of origin, and possibly even WE industry) and see how many of them got a Ding and how many of them got Admit. That gives you an idea of your chances. Then I would see about my essay writing skills, my work performance, and that would tell me if I above/below average with chances. Try it out ;-) https://gmatclub.com/forum/decision-tracker.html
  2. Find schools to apply to - enter your GMAT score and see what the cat drags in. Combine it with other tools to research and shortlist MBA programs: https://gmatclub.com/forum/how-to-short ... 69585.html


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Try the Decision Tracker Filters!


You can filter based on:
  • School (or see all)
  • Programs (Full Time vs. Part time vs. EMBA)
  • Admit decision (Admit vs. Ding vs. Invited to Interview, etc)
  • Location/Country/Continent (see how many Latin Americans or Europeans got into a particular MBA Program)
  • GMAT, including groups such as Above 700, Below 700, 760+, sub 650, and a few others)
  • Pre-MBA work experience
  • GPA
  • Work Experience
  • Look for only fresh data from last year or expand to 3 or 5 or ALL years.


Try the Decision Tracker Filters!


Have a Suggestion about the Decision Tracker?
Post it here!

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Re: [New Tool] Filters in Decision Tracker - Estimate Your Chances  [#permalink]

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bb, the tool is a fantastic idea.
Gives great insight.

Have a suggestion: Having a search bar for filters especially for colleges will be helpful
It's easy to miss a college when scrolling up and down quickly.
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Re: [New Tool] Filters in Decision Tracker - Estimate Your Chances  [#permalink]

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New post 09 Sep 2019, 13:15
NandishSS wrote:
bb Loved it

However when I click on Filter updates by profile it shows the below pop-up, doesn't show the filter

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Even though I'm logged in.

Or Am'I making any mistake?


Thanks. This has been fixed and there should not be a pop up any more. Thanks.
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New post 09 Sep 2019, 13:16
SIdpvtltd wrote:
bb, the tool is a fantastic idea.
Gives great insight.

Have a suggestion: Having a search bar for filters especially for colleges will be helpful
It's easy to miss a college when scrolling up and down quickly.



Thank you for the suggestion!
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New post 19 Sep 2019, 17:13
For some reason I can't select anything or see a drop down menu. If I click on a field, the grey arrow turns orange and rotates 90 degrees, but it doesn't show a filter menu.
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Re: [New Tool] Filters in Decision Tracker - Estimate Your Chances   [#permalink] 19 Sep 2019, 17:13
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