How to decline admission offers diplomatically?

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Hi,

I have been admitted to several schools of my choice. Each school's adcom has been very helpful throughout the application process. I understand that this is a very happy problem to have but I was wondering how should I go about turning down admission offers from schools of your second choice. Thanks.

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by pgourise_1 » Sun Feb 07, 2010 10:53 pm
Hello ,

Congratulations on your achievement. While you are aware that MBA pursuit could be gruesome and time consuming. Could you please share your feedback on my profile posted below ?

Hello,

8 Years of experience in IT in Software Development and Consulting. Currently working as Sr. Consulting Manager with a mid-size consulting firm.
Masters in Computer Science (3.5 GPA) - Old Dominion University (VA)
Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering
Age: 32

Planning to apply for 2011

Yet to take GMAT.

Schools in Mind:

UC Berkeley
Wharton.
UCLA

What should be my target GMAT score and what other schools wuld you recommend for General Management ?

Greatly asppreciateyourhelp.

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by mp2437 » Mon Feb 08, 2010 7:19 am
pgourise_1,

I think it is wrong of you to steal godemol's original post to ask your own question. You could review this site a bit more and find the appropriate place to post your profile for review.

godemol - I think you should thank the adcom of each school via email telling them that you appreciate them taking the time to review your profile, however, due to personal reasons and goals you have decided to attend elsewhere.