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IESE Class of 2019: Calling all Waitlisted Applicants!!

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This thread is for all IESE Waitlisted applicants, for the Class of 2019. Be welcome and please share any information, tip or concern you may have regarding the process!


*Note:- If you can't find your username in the list above, make sure you have updated your status to 'Waitlisted' on Decision Tracker or PM me.


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How to Get Off the MBA Waitlist - YouTube Live by GMAT Club and Personal MBA Coach.



Dear Waitlisted Applicants,
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I have been waitlisted since R2 - waiting to hear back from them soon as they said they are going through R3 applications now. They had an assessment day in Barcelona last friday so things were busy, but hope they reply soon. I am a bit concerned about the scholarship pool that is supposed to be relatively better for R1/R2 students with the pool shrinking for R3/R4

Sent in additional recommendation letters to the school. They were not willing to let me know what they felt was lacking in my application so not sure if an additional essay would help - since I dont know what to focus on in the essay (shooting in the dark).

It seems that the class for this year is very competitive - which is a good thing. The delay just makes it difficult to sort everything else out in the short amount of time left between the decision and when you'd need to show up in spain. (Eg. Visas, financing, figuring out housing, wrapping things up with your current job etc.)

I guess its just a waiting game for now. Good luck to everyone.
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