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Is it too late to apply for the J-term 2018 intake? I think the application opened up in mid May.



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Yes, I'm the threadmaster. If you go to INSEAD discussion you'll find it....

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Is it too late to apply for the J-term 2018 intake? I think the application opened up in mid May.

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Is it too late to apply for the J-term 2018 intake? I think the application opened up in mid May.


I'm considering applying too, but haven't yet. I still need to write GMAT next month and submit the application mid-August.

I think the official deadline is somewhere in October. But definitely, sooner the better.

It would really help if someone who knows the trend of this specific program can weigh in. Thanks!

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Hi
Can someone please point me to the thread of Columbia 2018 J term entry. Thanks!

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Hi Guys, Let's make this an official discussion thread for J-Term entry. I've updated the first post with data tables. Welcome to all J-Term applicants. Feel free to share your application updates with fellow applicants.
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I'm taking my GMAT on Aug-31st and planning to submit my application by Sep-7th.

Will it be too late since it's already been 3 months since application window started (although deadline is not until Oct-4? Will that affect chances, other things constant?

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I'm taking my GMAT on Aug-31st and planning to submit my application by Sep-7th.

Will it be too late since it's already been 3 months since application window started (although deadline is not until Oct-4? Will that affect chances, other things constant?


I'm doing the same, I don't believe its too late, provided we apply early September. Whats your goal GMAT score?

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Targeting 740-750, since I need to compensate for my low undergrad GPA.

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Targeting 740-750, since I need to compensate for my low undergrad GPA.


Can I ask which practice CATs you are using? I'm targeting 720 and am a little under my target still.


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I used up MGMAT's 6 tests and now doing Veritas Prep CAT tests. Getting between 680-740 with Sentence correction & RC being my wildcards (sometimes I'm doing well, sometimes I'm not doing well).

For now, revising the OG questions start to finish again. What about you?

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Are there any scholarships of any kind given to J-Term students by CBS?

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only need based scholarships. no merit based

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Do you guys know what day of January 2018 the program begins? (or at least early January, late January)

Thank you!

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Is it too late to apply for the J-term 2018 intake? I think the application opened up in mid May.

I had a client last year turn in their application a few HOURs before the final deadline and this candidate is now happily in the J Term! Sooner may be better- but they will look at all applications in making their decisions.
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Given the deadline today, any new updates from any J-term applicants? Does anyone have any idea roughly how many j-term applicants CBS receives for each class?

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Given the deadline today, any new updates from any J-term applicants? Does anyone have any idea roughly how many j-term applicants CBS receives for each class?


I was accepted for J-Term yesterday. Here's my timeline:

App Submitted-8/22
Interview Invite-9/13
Interview-9/26
Interview Feedback Submitted-9/26
Accepted-10/5

Now I have to make the tough decision of Berkeley Haas's EWMBA program or CBS's J-Term!

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Congrats! I’ve got a friend who’s at Haas full time now and loves it. EW/J term are pretty different - which way are you leaning?


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Gmatfrog3 wrote:
Given the deadline today, any new updates from any J-term applicants? Does anyone have any idea roughly how many j-term applicants CBS receives for each class?


I was accepted for J-Term yesterday. Here's my timeline:

App Submitted-8/22
Interview Invite-9/13
Interview-9/26
Interview Feedback Submitted-9/26
Accepted-10/5

Now I have to make the tough decision of Berkeley Haas's EWMBA program or CBS's J-Term!

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Hey everyone! New to the forum and want to contribute to the stats. I submitted my application on Sept 26, and I just got invited to an interview today (Oct 9). I've scheduled an on-campus interview for Oct 21. Super excited about it!

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