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Hello,

Is there some sort time frame to hear back from schools. I have applied to some schools in the 2nd round and haven't heard back from any of them yet.

Most of the schools have first week of March as the deadline to hear back from them. Can someone please tell me based on their experience about the normal time frame to hear from admissions office? Is it already too late if you haven't heard by now? :(

Would really appreciate a response

Schools that I have applied to

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Check the individual threads for people applying to each school--they shouldn't be too hard to find. Timelines will vary based on application deadlines, notification dates, when and how each school sends out interview invites, what percentage of applicants they interview, and all kinds of other factors.

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Fuqua calling-all-duke-2011-fuqua-applicants-94420.html
Ross calling-all-ross-2011-applicants-93959.html

You can see how things went for R1 applicants and who's heard what so far for R2.
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Originally posted by EBM on 16 Feb 2011, 16:09.
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New post 16 Feb 2011, 16:13
It's a WL or ding from Ross at this point for you unfortunately.

No idea about fuqua's timeline but look in the fuqua thread.
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