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What difference it will make if candidate is willing to apply in R2? Will that reduce chances of getting into school? specifically talking about INSEAD
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Well R1 and R2 Rounds does not have a significant difference. Probably you should go for the round when you feel more comfortable and prepared. Also, Initial rounds are good if you are looking for scholarships :)

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Cbirole 1 and 2 are similar but the hurdle rate goes up in 2 as they have fewer seats to give out for *each citizenship* so if you are in an oversubscribed category aim for earliest round possible, especially if your credentials are borderline as well.



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Cbirole wrote:
What difference it will make if candidate is willing to apply in R2? Will that reduce chances of getting into school? specifically talking about INSEAD


Hi Cbirole,

We are a bit late in responding to you but we hope this finds you in time.

Of course, the earlier round is better, as competition becomes more intense with subsequent rounds and chances of scholarship fall as well. That said, please apply only when you feel most prepared with your application! :)

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