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Rolling admissions at Kellogg... different for part-timers

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New post 25 Oct 2006, 11:42
So I called admissions and I turned in my application EXTRA early since they are rolling admissions for Spring Quarter and thought they would still apply it to the rolling admissions pile... but guess what... they are finishing processing ALL winter on a rolling basis and then they will start spring quarter... to me this doesn't really grasp the idea of rolling but oh well... i guess they aren't going to review my application for another couple weeks... which REALLY sucks... but thats why i haven't got much of a response abt that...
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New post 26 Oct 2006, 15:55
AshikaP wrote:
So I called admissions and I turned in my application EXTRA early since they are rolling admissions for Spring Quarter and thought they would still apply it to the rolling admissions pile... but guess what... they are finishing processing ALL winter on a rolling basis and then they will start spring quarter... to me this doesn't really grasp the idea of rolling but oh well... i guess they aren't going to review my application for another couple weeks... which REALLY sucks... but thats why i haven't got much of a response abt that...


Well, flip it the other way. Say you were a winter applicant who was waiting becuase they were looking at some spring applicant first...

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New post 26 Oct 2006, 16:54
yea i totally get ya... but the reason i had to apply one quarter later was because I have to let my firm know well in advance and start looking for a job well in advance in chicago so that I'm not rushing ya know :)... im in public accounting so our projects run pretty long so i'd rather not leave in the middle of something cuz the last thing i want to do is get them mad... :) thats the only reason... but oh wellz just gotta deal... hopefully they'll still abide by teh 4-6 weeks
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