Business School Reapplication: To do, or not to do?
- Fact: Applying in different years or semesters to the same school will NOT significantly alter your chances of acceptance. While there are slight variations in the acceptance rates from year to year, overall competition to graduate programs is increasing exponentially.
- Make significant changes to your previous application- in form and content
- Use only specific examples and anecdotes when detailing your achievements or skills.
- Attempt to identify the parts of your application that were the weakest (the reasons for your rejection) and address how you have overcome or improved on them.
For more information, please read our MBA Admissions Rejection Analysis.
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