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Updated on: 24 Oct 2017, 08:39
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Originally posted by bigbirdferda on 11 Aug 2017, 14:14.
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11 Aug 2017, 21:24
chrissjang wrote:
Hi, if you were to reject and admittance from a school in R1, and only to apply again in R2, would schools be okay with that? I'm guessing no, but just wanted to make sure.

Your thinking is correct.... in that case, if you are expecting a ding in R1, then applying in R2 instead when you can strengthen your application. Here is the official answer from HBS:

Please note that each "round" represents a distinct period in which you may apply, not a succession of steps for your application. You may apply in one round only, one time in an application year.
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