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# Prepare Quickly for Round 2? Or Is Round 3 an Option?

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19 Dec 2015, 11:34

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Prepare Quickly for Round 2? Or Is Round 3 an Option?

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It is a simple fact of math that in Round 2 there are less seats available than in Round 1. By the same logic, in Round 3 there are less seats available than in Round 2 – but even more drastically so. For the majority of schools, the bulk of applications are received in Round 2, and therefore the bulk of applicants are admitted in Round 2.

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Prepare Quickly for Round 2? Or Is Round 3 an Option?   [#permalink] 19 Dec 2015, 11:34
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