Each year, a vast majority of the applicants who apply to business school get dinged. Most of them re-apply next year or apply to additional schools in subsequent rounds. But did you know, the re-applicant acceptance rate is lower than the overall acceptance rate at almost every top institution?
Getting dinged raises the bar you have to meet to get accepted. If you are re-applying, you need a very compelling narrative for why you should be selected. Not only do you need to re-write your essays and craft a narrative that uses the same experiences as before, but you also need to answer a question about what has changed since you last applied. It’s a delicate dance.
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Your application is reviewed by our superstar team of Graduate Coaches, writing experts, and former Admissions Committee members. The process starts off with an assessment of your overall story and leadership experiences.
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Yes! Even after your interview, the final decision is made based on your entire application, not just the interview. There is a possibility that you aced your interview but in conjunction with other parts of your application, there was still something lacking.
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