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Calling all Applicants: INSEAD Jan 2019 Intake (Class of Dec 2019)

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INSEAD DECISION TRACKER

Updates for the last hour:

  • Admitted, 33 minutes ago, from Argentina, GMAT:680 (Q48 V35), Industry: Other, heard via: phone
  • Admitted, 49 minutes ago, from India, GMAT:730, heard via: phone

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INSEAD DECISION TRACKER

Updates for the last hour:

  • Admitted, 27 minutes ago, from United Kingdom, GMAT:720 (Q45 V44), heard via: phone
  • Admitted, 30 minutes ago, heard via: phone
  • Admitted, 30 minutes ago, from Singapore, GMAT:700, heard via: phone
  • Admitted, 30 minutes ago, heard via: phone
  • Admitted, 32 minutes ago, heard via: phone
  • Waitlisted, 33 minutes ago, from Italy, GMAT:720 (Q48 V41), GPA: 3.64, heard via: email
  • Admitted, 34 minutes ago, from United States, GMAT:670 (Q48 V34), GPA: 3.5, heard via: phone
  • Admitted, 34 minutes ago, from United States, GMAT:750 (Q50 V41), Industry: Consulting, WE 70, heard via: phone
  • Admitted, 35 minutes ago, from Viet Nam, GMAT:640, GPA: 4, Industry: Health Care, WE 72, heard via: phone

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I know I'm super late with updates but I heard back from INSEAD - they liked me more for the executive program, given I've nearly 13 years' work experience. My GMAT was low (580), but they offer a "INSEAD acceptance exam day" and invited me to take that instead of retaking the GMAT. I asked to hold my application for a year (I got married and we moved to London last year). I'm back to studying and going to chat about whether I can resubmit for full-time Jan intake with a higher GMAT instead of the exec program. I've spoken to a few friends that have done exec and full-time and are in similar stages of their careers as me - they all said to go full-time, if you can.

Apologies for being super late and congrats to everyone that finished in December!
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Hi Shylard, you might also consider LBS Sloan Masters - full time program for 1 year for older students. Average work exp is 18 years. Possible test waiver.

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I know I'm super late with updates but I heard back from INSEAD - they liked me more for the executive program, given I've nearly 13 years' work experience. My GMAT was low (580), but they offer a "INSEAD acceptance exam day" and invited me to take that instead of retaking the GMAT. I asked to hold my application for a year (I got married and we moved to London last year). I'm back to studying and going to chat about whether I can resubmit for full-time Jan intake with a higher GMAT instead of the exec program. I've spoken to a few friends that have done exec and full-time and are in similar stages of their careers as me - they all said to go full-time, if you can.

Apologies for being super late and congrats to everyone that finished in December!

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Thanks!! I was looking at the LBS full-time program as well.

Feedback was that I’m a strong applicant - the GMAT score gave them concern (understandable). My verbal was good (V36 with no studying) but my quant was pure crap. I’m studying full-time now (not working) and am confident I can get my quant score up and even raise the verbal with a little studying. I really want to do a traditional program (albeit, I’m not a traditional applicant).

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Average age (middle 80%) 24 – 37
This is interesting - I am surprised to see this go as high as it does. It's a very outside shot and even more so because it's late in the season, but I guess there is some glimmer of hope. Urge you to consider the MIT Sloan Fellows MBA program as well as your back up. From a networking perspective, you will be a lot better off being around peers than juniors. Another plan B is LBS Sloan Masters as I mentioned, also a one year residential.
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Thanks!! I was looking at the LBS full-time program as well.

Feedback was that I’m a strong applicant - the GMAT score gave them concern (understandable). My verbal was good (V36 with no studying) but my quant was pure crap. I’m studying full-time now (not working) and am confident I can get my quant score up and even raise the verbal with a little studying. I really want to do a traditional program (albeit, I’m not a traditional applicant).

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I will definitely check out LBS. HEC Paris also liked me for their full-time program, just need a higher GMAT.

Thanks a lot for your feedback - I really appreciate it!

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