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Friends...

Need an advice about applying for R2 at Tuck...Taking the small size of Tuck class into consideration...can somebody shed some light on competitiveness in R2...Will it be sensible to consider Tuck's R2, similar to R2 of any other school such as W/Chi/Kell etc?

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pursuittowardsmba wrote:
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Need an advice about applying for R2 at Tuck...Taking the small size of Tuck class into consideration...can somebody shed some light on competitiveness in R2...Will it be sensible to consider Tuck's R2, similar to R2 of any other school such as W/Chi/Kell etc?

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Who knows. Probably. Just work hard and put together the best application you possibly can. There's nothing you can do now to change which round you're applying in. Focus on your essays and application and make sure you visit the school for an applicant initiated interview.

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Who knows. Probably. Just work hard and put together the best application you possibly can. There's nothing you can do now to change which round you're applying in. Focus on your essays and application and make sure you visit the school for an applicant initiated interview.


Showing off ur tuck admit! :-D
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IHateTheGMAT wrote:
Who knows. Probably. Just work hard and put together the best application you possibly can. There's nothing you can do now to change which round you're applying in. Focus on your essays and application and make sure you visit the school for an applicant initiated interview.


Showing off ur tuck admit! :-D


Of course :lol:

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Haha I love it. Keep showing off.
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I seriously think that R2 at Tuck would be easier than EA. I think the same thing is also true at CBS. unless u r a superstar applicant, u would rather apply in regular rounds than in early app rounds. It might be more competitive if u count the number of applicants, but if u look at the caliber of the applicants, I would have to guess that R2 would be simpler.

(Disclaimer: I got dinged by both CBS and Tuck in their respective ED/EA rounds..boooo)
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Thanks for the advice friends...

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