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Is Wharton Receptive to Re-applicants?

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Is Wharton Receptive to Re-applicants?


Most of the top MBA programs are receptive to re-applicants if a re-applicant makes certain to correct the perceived weakness(es) in their prior application. We have written a long article that discusses 7 Best Practices for Re-applicants, located here:

http://gmatclub.com/forum/7-best-practices-for-reapplicants-214756.html

But what specifically about Wharton?

Some top business schools are rumored to be less receptive to re-applicants than others. In our experience, Wharton is very receptive to re-applicants as long as you fix the prior shortcomings of your candidacy or application. We have seen candidates go from rejection with no interview to admission the very next year – from all sorts of backgrounds, including American, African, East Asian and European.

Therefore, if you had a solid overall application but one flat recommendation, you need to reapply with a stellar application – including the essays – and stellar recommendations. If your GPA is solid but you applied with a less-than-ideal GMAT score, say around 660, you should strive to secure a much higher score, ideally in the 700s. If you did not put enough effort into your essays, but otherwise your credentials are competitive, you need to present a new application that shows clearly a great deal of effort in preparation and excellent content.

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