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Stanford's instructions for Reapplicants

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Before you reapply, read How to be a successful reapplicant?

Stanford application for 2016-2017 is now available. Please review the instructions carefully and keep enough time to prepare a strong application.

You will submit an entirely new application, including letters of reference, transcripts, and online application.

You will also be required to pay the application fee, as we do not waive the fee for reapplicants.

As long as your test scores (GMAT or GRE for general aptitude, and TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE for English language proficiency) remain valid for the round in which you wish to apply, you do not need to have them re-sent by the test centers. You do, however, need to self-report them in the application. If your test scores are no longer valid, you need to retake the tests.

We will evaluate your new application on its merit in the context of the new applicant pool.

Do not assume that the person reviewing your application has seen your previous one. The Dean of Admissions does have access to previous applications, however, and may choose whether to review and consider them prior to making a final decision.


Source: Stanford website

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