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Which schools offer feedback for rejected applicants?

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i know wharton does

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I think Wharton used to do it. This year, I got an email that they are offering a common rejected applicants chat rather than 1-on-1 counseling. Anyone have a feedback session with W this year?

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Columbia does.
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I believe Tuck does as well.

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New post 01 Jun 2008, 17:51
I have a feedback session scheduled with Wharton. From what I understand, it is a process where you request to have a 15 minute feedback chat with a member of adcom and they randomly choose people who have submitted such requests. My session is scheduled for mid-June. Just to let everyone know, I was rejected after an interview. I would imagine that priority for feedback is given to those that were either interviewed or waitlisted.

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Whats the process for requesting feedback for Columbia?
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Whats the process for requesting feedback for Columbia?
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Last year they sent an email with instructions on how to "apply" for feedback. They only give feedback to those who show interest in reapplying. If you are selected, they will do a feedback session over the phone or via email.
Not sure how it is going to be handled this year.

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Feedback seems to be on the outs...every year fewer and fewer schools offer it. I think that as applications increase schools dont have the resources to deal with thousands of rejected students. Just because someone offered it this year doesnt mean they will next.
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I think Wharton used to do it. This year, I got an email that they are offering a common rejected applicants chat rather than 1-on-1 counseling. Anyone have a feedback session with W this year?

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I got the same e-mail.

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Yes me too. However, after I had requested it, they said they did not choose me via the random selection process

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Yes me too. However, after I had requested it, they said they did not choose me via the random selection process


Yeah, that's the one. It basically said too many people wanted individual feedback so not everyone was selected. Therefore, they were doing a group feedback chat. But what's the point of that? It's gonna be so generalized, it won't help.

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I believe Haas does IF you get an interview and didn't get in.
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Duke generally does not - too much demand and too few re-applications. If you came to the Weekend for Women or the Minority Workshop then they will provide feedback.

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