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R1 Strategy : Re-applicant to Kellogg / Booth and Fresh Applicant to W

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Hi All,

I am a Indian re-applicant to Kellogg and Booth in R1 this year. How re-applicant friendly both Kellogg and Wharton are? I am running the risk of submitting half-baked applications to these schools - are the chances very slim if I push it to R2 ? Please consider my re-applicant Indian candidature here. Though, I have made significant improvements since last year. For Wharton though, I am a fresh applicant this year.

I can push for a strong application for either one of Kellogg / Booth / Wharton ? What priority order should you recommend if I had to choose one, or for that matter two of these schools in R1?
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New post 07 Sep 2018, 07:39
Hi agbsharma,

Don't submit a half-baked application, ever. A half-baked application will not increase your chances of being admitted, even as a re-applicant. Since you are re-applying to Kellogg and Booth, try and apply with a strong application to round 1. Since you are a new applicant to Wharton and limited on time, apply there in round 2.

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Hi All,

I am a Indian re-applicant to Kellogg and Booth in R1 this year. How re-applicant friendly both Kellogg and Wharton are? I am running the risk of submitting half-baked applications to these schools - are the chances very slim if I push it to R2 ? Please consider my re-applicant Indian candidature here. Though, I have made significant improvements since last year. For Wharton though, I am a fresh applicant this year.

I can push for a strong application for either one of Kellogg / Booth / Wharton ? What priority order should you recommend if I had to choose one, or for that matter two of these schools in R1?

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New post 07 Sep 2018, 08:28
It's very difficult to guide you on this question without knowing more about your profile quantitatively and qualitatively. I realize that you've upgraded your profile but I would like to state in all capitals here that Indians in particular tend to greatly overestimate the importance of their profile and greatly underestimate what they should put in their application and how they should approach it. The quality of your profile is only good in so much as your ability to communicate it. This has been my experience. Seem to be very very turned around about the approach and it would be very helpful for you to get a professional evaluation from a wide range of people. At the minimum. There might be a lot more opportunities in that area that you previously realized. Also I really hope that you are applying to a wider range of schools in round 1. I would at least find one other top 15 or top 10 School with very similar essays to one of these three schools, it is helpful for you to apply round one. evaluate what the values are for each of these schools they are very different and think about how you would fit. Booth values bold independent thinking; Kellogg is hyper team-oriented. Which stories do you have that would support each of those? Making these decisions is not as simple as add water and stir.

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