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New post 09 Dec 2016, 15:53
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I applied to 4 schools in Round 1 and so far have been denied to 2, HBS and Booth. While I knew that my GMAT was below the average, but within the 80% range, I felt that there were likely other reasons beyond the stats that were holding me back. While I had theories, there was no way to truly confirm them and so I began looking online for the next best thing.

I also was considering a full Consulting package to help bring together disparate parts of my application in a cohesive way. The Ding Analysis in my view was a way to affirm my theories and serve as a trial run for a consulting package. I wanted to ensure that I would be getting value beyond the affirmation of my own theories. The fact that I could roll in the Ding Analysis cost was a large contributor to my purchasing the consulting package as it allowed me to hedge in essence.

The Ding Analysis itself was very helpful. Not only did it affirm what I had suspected, it also clued me into areas of my application that I hadn't considered improving. While I wouldn't have gone with every last suggestion, there was plenty of detail both in the report itself and in the phone conversation for me to leverage for a more effective app. Primarily though, it convinced me that while I could have made changes on my own moving forward, the value i would ultimately receive in a consulting package would likely be money well spent, particularly considering the razor thin line that can occur between an admit and a deny.

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