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Is 7 years too old for HBS?

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If I do 7 years, I will be 28 upon matriculation and graduate when I am 30 (will turn 31 6 months later). Is 6 yeares versus 7 years impact adcom's perception of me?

Is this too old? I went to college 1 year early compared to my peers.
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I am in a similar boat. I'll be 29 upon matriculation. I haven't heard that to be a limiting factor for me so don't worry about it. You're alright. :)
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New post 28 Aug 2018, 09:46
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I am in a similar boat. I'll be 29 upon matriculation. I haven't heard that to be a limiting factor for me so don't worry about it. You're alright. :)


Thanks - are you matriculating this year or next year? I was thinking most people have 4 years of experience while I have 7 years, even though I went to school 1 year early.
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New post 28 Aug 2018, 09:49
Next year, if I get an admit. :)
The average is 5-6 years so we aren't that off. :)
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