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As a FlexTime student at Tepper, I thought it appropriate to share the newest rankings from Business Week!
http://www.businessweek.com/articles/20 ... g#r=recent
Your forgetting that they can tie.
Rock vs. Rock (draw)
Rock vs. Paper (Lose)
Rock vs. Scissors (win)
Paper vs. Rock (Win)
Paper vs. Paper (Tie)
Paper vs. Scissors (Lose)
Scissors vs. Rock (Lose)
Scissors vs. Paper (Win)
Scissors vs. Scissors (Tie)
3/9 chance of winning = 1/3
If you are going to apply to a part-time program, don't plan on getting a scholarship from Tepper or Pitt. I applied to both this year, and one my questions to both schools was are scholarships available to part-time students. The answer was no. Also, Tepper is about double the cost of Pitt just so ...
Yes, send your scores to the schools when you take the GMAT! If you don't, you will have to pay $28 per school later.
I took the GMAT in 2010 and sent my scores then. The schools still had the score when I applied this year, so don't worry about that.
Thanks Dave for the updates, and congrats on getting admitted to Pitt! Fingers crossed for a great outcome with Tepper. Let's do an exit interview soon. :) Absolutely! The interview was today with Tepper and it went really well! I am looking forward to hearing back from them in the next couple of w...
It's been awhile since I posted anything on my b-school journey.. Well actually it's been over a year! I just wanted to check in and give a little update. Ultimately, I decided that a part-time program in Pittsburgh was in my best interest. I applied to two programs: Tepper and Katz (University of P...
Will taking the GMAT three times be looked upon as a negative point by the admission council? First attempt : 680 / 5.0 Second attempt (after 6 months ) : 690 /5.5 ( I was not feeling well so I could not give my best. I knew I could do better) Third attempt ( after one month with no further prep ) ...
I don't know that you can make a wrong decision with going to either Booth or Kellogg. These two schools are 1 and 1A when it comes to part-time programs. Personally, I think you should just go to the school you feel most comfortable with.
I'm writing a series of posts on my new blog about the steps you should take when applying to MBA programs. Here is the latest post: Applying to MBA Programs â€“ Step 1: Why MBA? After working a few years, you may decide that you are ready to apply to MBA programs. Personally, I have been thinking a...
I am looking to apply to an MBA program (McCombs, USC, and UCLA) and I am considering the use of admission consultants. Does anybody have any advice? What about average cost? Thanks The cost will vary depending on what type of consulting you want (1 school, multiple school package, just essay revie...
Can any Consortium member give any advice as to what it takes to become a member? How do you demonstrate your belief in thier mission? How many members are offered a scholarship? Average GMAT score? My current profile is 31 yr Female Hispanic B.A. UCSB Geography 3.2 GPA M.S. Montana State Universit...
Congrats on the admit to USC!doclkk wrote:Just got admitted to USC Marshall - international applicant.
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