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30 May 2016, 13:01
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02 Jun 2016, 09:36
Thank you so much for your tool. It's pretty interesting to see how the different variables act as levers on your admissions chance. Just thought I would let you know that there's a typo in the spelling of University of Texas - Austin. Glad to hear there are always ways to beat the odds.
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02 Jun 2016, 10:50
Looks interesting. I might play around with the stats to understand the criteria for various schools.
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02 Jun 2016, 21:22
ConsultingOrBust wrote:
After 2 years of effort and over 1,000 hours of work, I have finally launched my MBA Admission Calculator.

That's a lot of hard work!

And the tool is very easy to use. Kudos to you for the excellent work.

Apart from the percentage numbers, would it be possible for the report to include some pointers on what specific parameter(s) may have worked against the candidate? Some aspects (like the GMAT score) may be easier to fix than the others (GPA, industry).

Could be a new feature idea (maybe for a future release) that makes the report more analytical and actionable.
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Concentration: Strategy, General Management
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03 Jun 2016, 10:56
MBACrystalBall wrote:
ConsultingOrBust wrote:
After 2 years of effort and over 1,000 hours of work, I have finally launched my MBA Admission Calculator.

That's a lot of hard work!

And the tool is very easy to use. Kudos to you for the excellent work.

Apart from the percentage numbers, would it be possible for the report to include some pointers on what specific parameter(s) may have worked against the candidate? Some aspects (like the GMAT score) may be easier to fix than the others (GPA, industry).

Could be a new feature idea (maybe for a future release) that makes the report more analytical and actionable.

That is a great idea. It is something I have considered and will look into in the future. I plan to do a significant upgrade to the individual models in terms of adding the latest data and analyzing a few more pieces of information. I will likely create an in depth page for each school that goes into more detail and could tell you how to improve your odds. I wouldn't expect this for a few months. It is very time consuming to collect the data clean it and recreate 20 regression models. I have a smaller update that should be live in the next week or two.
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Location: United States
Concentration: Strategy, General Management
Schools: Stern '16 (M)
GMAT 1: 770 Q51 V44
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03 Jun 2016, 11:03
vashnav wrote:
Thank you so much for your tool. It's pretty interesting to see how the different variables act as levers on your admissions chance. Just thought I would let you know that there's a typo in the spelling of University of Texas - Austin. Glad to hear there are always ways to beat the odds.

Thanks! I fixed the spelling. That is one issue with coding, no spell check.
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GMAT 1: 760 Q50 V41
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27 Jul 2017, 12:31
I got an obscenely high 45% at Columbia. I wonder what would could have caused this.
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30 Jul 2017, 00:42
Any recent update on the calculator from anyone who has used it! I am tempted to try ... will post my feedback once done!
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