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# Who is applying where (table attached)

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21 Oct 2007, 13:33
wow. These GMAT scores are simply out of the world. IIts downright scary

mNeo wrote:
I converted the last version of the table (R.E.D's) to a wiki. See here - http://www.gmatclub.com/wiki/WhoIsApplyingWhere2008

Now someone else do the coloring part

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21 Oct 2007, 13:42
yeah, the GMAT scores are insane... pretty much all >90%

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21 Oct 2007, 14:30
wow. These GMAT scores are simply out of the world. IIts downright scary

mNeo wrote:
I converted the last version of the table (R.E.D's) to a wiki. See here - http://www.gmatclub.com/wiki/WhoIsApplyingWhere2008

Now someone else do the coloring part

I know! My 720 is well below the mean!!!

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21 Oct 2007, 15:30
I think we all know this but... those high GMAT scores aren't going to make us automatic admits at the schools we are targeting. It keeps us in the game, but pretty much any score above 700 would do that.

All of my buddies keep telling me I should have no problem getting in anywhere b/c of my gmat score... If only the adcoms were just as naive .

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21 Oct 2007, 16:02
Well you got to assume that it is a biased sample here. This is GMATclub, so you have to assume that a significant number of users joined this site with an intention to maximize their GMAT score. So just goes to show that GMATclub does an awesome job of increasing GMAT scores

wow. These GMAT scores are simply out of the world. IIts downright scary

mNeo wrote:
I converted the last version of the table (R.E.D's) to a wiki. See here - http://www.gmatclub.com/wiki/WhoIsApplyingWhere2008

Now someone else do the coloring part

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21 Oct 2007, 16:44
dosa_don wrote:
Well you got to assume that it is a biased sample here. This is GMATclub, so you have to assume that a significant number of users joined this site with an intention to maximize their GMAT score. So just goes to show that GMATclub does an awesome job of increasing GMAT scores

wow. These GMAT scores are simply out of the world. IIts downright scary

mNeo wrote:
I converted the last version of the table (R.E.D's) to a wiki. See here - http://www.gmatclub.com/wiki/WhoIsApplyingWhere2008

Now someone else do the coloring part

Is this a CR question?

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21 Oct 2007, 16:57
This is a great resource for all of us. I will be the test case to see how much a sub-700 GMAT score weighs in application decision for top 15 schools. We are missing some consistent posters, however: bsg_lover, kidderek?

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21 Oct 2007, 16:58
im personally boycotting this because i dont want to jinx myself

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21 Oct 2007, 17:56
Ditto

I am one of the few people who have already been dinged once ... I am also considering my options for round two. Will update this once I have more clarity.

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21 Oct 2007, 20:39
did u notice that there is only 1 applicant to Tepper in R1? (I am glad )

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21 Oct 2007, 21:45
Also place attracts others who get high GMAT scores (not using this site).......an are then all puzzled with what to do with the scores. Pretty much all the classy blogs I read in June/July had this as a common factor.

dosa_don wrote:
Well you got to assume that it is a biased sample here. This is GMATclub, so you have to assume that a significant number of users joined this site with an intention to maximize their GMAT score. So just goes to show that GMATclub does an awesome job of increasing GMAT scores

wow. These GMAT scores are simply out of the world. IIts downright scary

mNeo wrote:
I converted the last version of the table (R.E.D's) to a wiki. See here - http://www.gmatclub.com/wiki/WhoIsApplyingWhere2008

Now someone else do the coloring part

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22 Oct 2007, 01:33
I have added max125 in the wiki page... and I have made some bold information.

The least to say is that Excell is way easier to use... but not to share

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22 Oct 2007, 02:01
Fig wrote:
The least to say is that Excell is way easier to use... but not to share

we can share google spreadsheet, but it is limited to 12 people I think.

can't we color this wiki? I was looking for an option to color all R1 in one color and R2 in different color, but R3 in red color.

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22 Oct 2007, 02:10
aurobindo wrote:
Fig wrote:
The least to say is that Excell is way easier to use... but not to share

we can share google spreadsheet, but it is limited to 12 people I think.

can't we color this wiki? I was looking for an option to color all R1 in one color and R2 in different color, but R3 in red color.

I have added spaces in this table... It's easier to read now

Concerning the colours, sure, it should be possible to add them... We have to define some classes I think, making the edition of colours easier after too

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22 Oct 2007, 02:38
Am not able to login to the Wiki version of Gmatclub

Any body else faced this?

Do we use the regular Gmatclub username/password? Do we create a new one for the Wiki - how?

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22 Oct 2007, 03:21
collegesenior wrote:
Am not able to login to the Wiki version of Gmatclub

Any body else faced this?

Do we use the regular Gmatclub username/password? Do we create a new one for the Wiki - how?

regular gmatclub name/pass works fine.

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22 Oct 2007, 03:22
aurobindo wrote:
Fig wrote:
The least to say is that Excell is way easier to use... but not to share

we can share google spreadsheet, but it is limited to 12 people I think.

can't we color this wiki? I was looking for an option to color all R1 in one color and R2 in different color, but R3 in red color.

I think, it's better to color the statuses More important who was admitted to which school rather than round at which he/she was admitted.

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22 Oct 2007, 03:23
R.E.D. wrote:
collegesenior wrote:
Am not able to login to the Wiki version of Gmatclub

Any body else faced this?

Do we use the regular Gmatclub username/password? Do we create a new one for the Wiki - how?

regular gmatclub name/pass works fine.

works now. thanks

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22 Oct 2007, 07:36
Fig wrote:
I have added max125 in the wiki page... and I have made some bold information.

The least to say is that Excell is way easier to use... but not to share

updated my GMAT score. Should I update the mean and media too?

I am sure that I've brought down the mean..

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22 Oct 2007, 08:25
max125 wrote:
Fig wrote:
I have added max125 in the wiki page... and I have made some bold information.

The least to say is that Excell is way easier to use... but not to share

updated my GMAT score. Should I update the mean and media too?

I am sure that I've brought down the mean..

... I think it's better to keep this table accurate ... So yes

PS : It's nice to see the smileys back

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22 Oct 2007, 08:25

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