In this week’s MBA DecisionWire Spotlight, which highlights MBA candidates’ choices as shared in Clear Admit’s DecisionWire, we recount one’s change of heart after being accepted off the waitlist at MIT / Sloan. The candidate had also received scholarships from Dartmouth / Tuck, Duke / Fuqua, Michigan / Ross and Rice / Jones.
The initial post shows that the applicant had targeted nine MBA programs:
The community started off by showing their support, as many know the struggle of the wait:
A fellow applicant to MIT / Sloan followed up with a logistics question:
The timing and situation piqued others’ interest as well:
Congratulations and best of luck at MIT / Sloan!
See more feedback on MBA admissions decisions at:
- MBA DecisionWire Spotlight: Chicago Booth or Northwestern / Kellogg for General Management
- MBA DecisionWire Spotlight: Northwestern / Kellogg, UCLA / Anderson or U. Washington / Foster for Social Impact
- MBA DecisionWire Spotlight: Cornell / Johnson or Michigan / Ross for Consulting
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