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# When to try Negotiating Scholarships?

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Schools: Fuqua '14 (S)
When to try Negotiating Scholarships? [#permalink]

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10 Feb 2011, 12:18
Well congrats on being admitted and more importantly having such an opportunity to choose.

Anyway, the 1 st question you need to ask is whether the difference (50K, 100K) is worth it.

So for your question, I would call them and present your situation at a high level: you are worried about the cost of school, and wonder if there is anything they can do for you. Don't make them feel it is an ultimatum, have a conversation with them, email them and ask them whether you can talk to someone for 20 mins. Probably they will ask you what other schools gave u money, well, tell them if it is your top choice, and you will see. I would contact them sooner rather than later. They may have no money left in 1 month.

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# When to try Negotiating Scholarships?

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