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Is it a no-no to apply to schools in R2 after accepting an offer in R1? If applying to b-school is like undergrad, I'd think that this is okay, but wanted to check.

Also if I posted this question in wrong forum, let me know. I'm new to the forums. Thanks
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Is it a no-no to apply to schools in R2 after accepting an offer in R1? If applying to b-school is like undergrad, I'd think that this is okay, but wanted to check.

Also if I posted this question in wrong forum, let me know. I'm new to the forums. Thanks



Right forum and yes, it is totally cool to keep applying, esp if you like self-inflicted pain and more stress ;) . No issues unless you got one of the rare Early Decisions from Duke or CBS that are binding and not only require you not to apply any further but also require that you withdraw from other apps. (those are the only 2 major ones).

P.S. This is the reason there are deposits and deposit deadlines that happen to be right before the R2 decisions. Schools know you may find something better and trade up, so at least they want to build up some barriers.
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No problem at all, you will not be the first candidate to do that...
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