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Round 3 for Johnson, disadvantage?

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Hey everyone,
I've been looking to apply in January round 2 for a few schools (tuck, Ross, Carlson) and was thinking it'd be a good idea to expand this list to include Johnson. Since johnsons January round is round 3 for them instead of round 2 like the other schools, is this still an impossible round like it is generally for most schools? Or is it a little more equitable like the difference between round 1 and 2 is for most places? Thanks!

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Kugelstossen wrote:
Hey everyone,
I've been looking to apply in January round 2 for a few schools (tuck, Ross, Carlson) and was thinking it'd be a good idea to expand this list to include Johnson. Since johnsons January round is round 3 for them instead of round 2 like the other schools, is this still an impossible round like it is generally for most schools? Or is it a little more equitable like the difference between round 1 and 2 is for most places? Thanks!


Hi,

Cornell has four deadlines, so R3 is not the last deadline. This makes it relatively easier for you to apply in January.

Maybe you can slog it out over the next 10 days and apply in R2. If it can't work out that way, then ofcourse you have R3. However, the caveat is always to submit a great application.
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New post 29 Nov 2016, 18:28
Kugelstossen wrote:
Hey everyone,
I've been looking to apply in January round 2 for a few schools (tuck, Ross, Carlson) and was thinking it'd be a good idea to expand this list to include Johnson. Since johnsons January round is round 3 for them instead of round 2 like the other schools, is this still an impossible round like it is generally for most schools? Or is it a little more equitable like the difference between round 1 and 2 is for most places? Thanks!


Hi Kugelstossen! So there's good news and good news! First- this January round is not the last one for Cornell and so you should definitely try to apply then. And then more good news is that help is on the way! If you want to eek in one more application for this round, I suggest you look at even an hour or so of counseling as someone familiar with the process can help you go in the right direction and help you get into this deadline. Here's a link to a 5% discount for any counseling from Stratus Prep and we have counselors who are alums of Johnson and even just a short amount of time can help you immensely. Here's the link for a free consult and the discount if you choose to take advantage of this offer! And for what it's worth- and maybe it is because I am the creative type- I have come to really enjoy this table of contents essay- look at it like a fun exercise- who wouldn't enjoy telling their life story in pictures and brief captions to summarize major "chapters" of your life. Here's an opportunity to really have some fun! Look at it this way and you will do a better job! https://stratusprep.com/admissions/busi ... b-visitor/
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