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# Letting Schools know you have been wait listed/accepted

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11 Dec 2006, 06:55
Out of curiosity - do you think it is worth letting another school know you have been wait listed or accepted at another program in order to put some pressure on them?

I am not sure how the wait list would play out but the acceptance might put pressure on them.

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13 Dec 2006, 19:24
I have the same question, too.
IMO, if you are accepted of other schools, you may clearly and secretly let the school know.
If you are waitlisted, just keep it for yourself.

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13 Dec 2006, 19:27
I suggest you check with Paul (at the accepted forum). He's actually written a book on this subject.

http://www.gmatclub.com/phpbb/viewtopic.php?t=13743

In my opinion, letting them know may help at a lower ranked school but not a top one.

Hope it helps. L.

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# Letting Schools know you have been wait listed/accepted

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