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New post 19 Apr 2018, 13:54
Hi all ,

Am new to GMAT ,planning to take the GMAT test this year , am little bit confused on the deadlines and rounds after we take the GMAT .

If Deadline day for R1 for harward is sep 30 2018 and R2 is Jan 1 2019 for the class of 2019 , now i need to take the test before R1 deadline date and i need to apply for Harward before Sep 30 2018 or i can apply before Jan 1 2019 for Round 1 ?

please anyone explain it .

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Hi henryford,

Thank you for your post. HBS just released their application deadline for intake 2019 (Class of 2021). R1 application is due September 5th. This is the date when all your documents, including GMAT are required to be submitted. The deadline for R2 is January 3rd, and all documents need to be submitted on that day before 12:00PM EST. The idea is that you schedule your GMAT test around the school deadlines and not the other way around.

As to your GMAT, you want to give yourself ample time to retake should you receive a less than desirable score. GMAT allows you to take the exam every 16 calendar days, no more than 5 times in a calendar year.

I hope this helps.


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SiaAdmissions thanks for the explanation.

Actually i didn't know these R1 R2 deadlines for submission ,i lately started my preparation and I think I will be missing the R1 of many top B schools.

For getting into top B schools is it compulsory that we need to submit our application in R1?

What will happen if I submit the application for the Top BSchools in R2 and R3 ?

Is there any website to see all the R1 R2 R3 deadlines of BSchools for 2019 ?

Your saying all documents need to be submitted can you please say what are the documents ?
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henryford wrote:
For getting into top B schools is it compulsory that we need to submit our application in R1?
Generally speaking, no. You should be fine with R2 if you feel that it will be tough for you to have everything in place for R1.
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henryford,

Different schools have different deadlines. I recommend you check each school's deadline dates on their website (not all have been released). If the dates are not released, look at their deadlines for 2018 intake so you have an idea about the 2019 intake.

It is not compulsory to apply to R1; however, it is becoming more and more popular, especially for overrepresented profiles. The schools have a tendency to accepted the largest number of students on R1, so you want to increase your chances of admission. You haven't shared your profile, so I cannot speak about your chances. However, generally speaking, there are very few people that receive admission to R3.

The admissions process is as much about the profile as it is about strategy.


If you are interested to discuss your profile further, please feel free to reach out for a free consultation (contact detail in signature).

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henryford wrote:
SiaAdmissions thanks for the explanation.

Actually i didn't know these R1 R2 deadlines for submission ,i lately started my preparation and I think I will be missing the R1 of many top B schools.

For getting into top B schools is it compulsory that we need to submit our application in R1?

What will happen if I submit the application for the Top BSchools in R2 and R3 ?

Is there any website to see all the R1 R2 R3 deadlines of BSchools for 2019 ?

Your saying all documents need to be submitted can you please say what are the documents ?

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