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Note at U. Chicago Booth via email.
Round: Round 1
Note: Anyone hear back from Bain for the ExperienceBain events? I've only gotten the webinar invite?
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Accepted from Waitlist at U. Chicago Booth via phone.
GPA: 3.5 GRE/GMAT: 760 Round: Round 2 | Chicago
Post-MBA Career: Technology
Note: Waitlisted Round 2. Gave up hope after not hearing with Round 3 acceptances. Got call from admissions midday today out of the blue and still shocked
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Accepted from Waitlist at U. Chicago Booth via phone.
GPA: 3.8 GRE/GMAT: 750 Round: Round 2 | Canada
Post-MBA Career: Consulting
Note: In shock! For those still on the waitlist, keep your heads up - there is still hope!
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Accepted from Waitlist at U. Chicago Booth via phone.
GRE/GMAT: 750 Round: Round 2 | London
Post-MBA Career: Technology
Note: Has anyone wondered if Booth/Kellogg's higher GMAT stats are from the larger percentage of Indian/Asian + origin students they seem to have? I have spoken to a number of students, many of whom end up making the closest connections with fellow Indians/asians. I have noticed this happen quite a bit in STEM courses and was surprised to find such a prevalence in the MBAs too. I am not throwing shade - I am Indian origin from U.K. It's just that I hoped for something truly international and not have a quarter (or more) of the class be one geographic area. This also made me think of Darden, where I was admitted in Round 1 but gave up my seat for Booth - Darden seems ALOT stricter in terms of the number/background of Indians (source info from admitted student FB pages), to fulfil 'international' and really push you out of your bubble. (Disclaimer: I have mentioned schools where I got waitlisted/accepted, because this is where I had done the most research)
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