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Top Sub-Cluster for the Ultra Elite

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Re: Top Sub-Cluster for the Ultra Elite [#permalink]

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New post 22 May 2012, 21:38
I think it's:

1) Harvard/Stanford
2) Wharton/Chicago/Columbia
3) MIT/Kellogg

or simply:

1) Harvard/Stanford
2) Wharton/Chicago/Columbia
MIT/Kellogg


I do not understand the mentality that W is at the same spot as HS. Let's be real. Harvard and Stanford are WAY above Wharton. I do not know anyone who would reject Harvard or Stanford for Wharton. I'm going to Booth and in ASW I met a ton of Wharton admits who chose Booth over Wharton. I did not meet anyone deciding between H/S and Booth.

So I would say Wharton is closer to Booth than it is to Harvard and Stanford. These two are on their own league and people choose S over H and vice versa based on personal preferences all the time.

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New post 08 Mar 2013, 22:03
Why not just have a site wide vote? It may not be accurate, but would be interesting as everyone values something different and together it may be pretty interesting to see what truly has weight. Anyway my rank:
1) HBS
2) Wharton
3) Stanford
4) Northwestern
5) Sloan
6) Chicago
7) Columbia

Why? because if I got accepted, that's where I would personally go.

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Re: Top Sub-Cluster for the Ultra Elite [#permalink]

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New post 27 Mar 2014, 08:23
I'd go with:

Harvard/Stanford
Wharton
Booth/Kellogg/Sloan
Columbia

if trends continue, I'd change it to

Harvard/Stanford
Wharton/Booth
Kellogg/Sloan
Columbia

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Top Sub-Cluster for the Ultra Elite [#permalink]

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New post 21 Jan 2015, 14:20
1) Harvard/Stanford
2) Wharton
3) Columbia/Booth
4) Kellogg/Sloan

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Re: Top Sub-Cluster for the Ultra Elite [#permalink]

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New post 31 Jul 2015, 02:55
Harvard / Stanford

Wharton / LBS / CBS / MIT / Booth / Kellogg

Haas / Tuck / Fuqua / INSEAD / Ross / Stern

Yale / IESE / Judge / Said / Anderson / Darden / IMD / HEC Paris

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Re: Top Sub-Cluster for the Ultra Elite   [#permalink] 31 Jul 2015, 02:55

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