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When should I start communicating with the schools?

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Hey,

My GMAT exam is in May, and I am planning to join the 2014 session.
When would be a good time to start communicating with the schools?
Should I wait for my GMAT result and then contact the admissions office OR should I start contacting beforehand?

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You can feel free to reach out to students connected with admissions (admissions ambassadors, club representatives, etc) to ask about the schools whenever you feel like. I'm not sure why you would reach out to admissions at this point.
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aerien wrote:
You can feel free to reach out to students connected with admissions (admissions ambassadors, club representatives, etc) to ask about the schools whenever you feel like. I'm not sure why you would reach out to admissions at this point.


Hey,

Yes, that was my question..well, I am new to this and do not know how to go about.
If I have questions regarding the schools, that is not answered in the website, than who should I contact?
It seems I should contact the students first.. :?:

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