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Columbia MAFN Columbia MAFN, who has got decision?

diegosanaz

BU MSMF
Since I submitted mine in November I will take it as bad news. Please let us know anything else you find out.
 

Derekchen

Member
any updates recently? I sent the GMAT official score a couple of weeks ago, but it's still awaiting, does that mean they have not started to review my application?
 

diegosanaz

BU MSMF
I have no idea about that. But for the sake of our mental health I think we should look at it as if we were going to receive the decision on April. That way if it comes sooner it will be perceived as a pleasant surprise. BTW, I think that if by next week your score is still in awaiting you should contact them about it.
 

Derekchen

Member
The Columbia MAFN has an average of 67 days for application-decision process. This is according to our Tracker.
You should always use this as a benchmark to see whether you are beyond the normal process.
If you are a few weeks ahead of the avg number, don't worry too much.
Actually I submitted the application last Nov. But I sent the score early this month, so I have no idea that someone got admitted by saying his TOFEL is also "awaiting"
 

copyleft

Member
I submitted the application on Dec and sent the score before the submission.
But, my status is still awaiting. I sent an email asking about this last week and still wait for the answer.
 

Derekchen

Member
I submitted the application on Dec and sent the score before the submission.
But, my status is still awaiting. I sent an email asking about this last week and still wait for the answer.
So you and I are in the same situation now, I don't want to wait so long...
 

Alexei

Well-Known Member
Looks like Columbia is going to welcome new students with a 25% jump in tuition for 2013-2014.
 
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