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MIT MFin MIT MFin Interview Invite

What I don’t get is the torture they put us through with ...
Yeah... I get how calling admitted students beforehand is a nice personal touch - but it just makes the rest of us really anxious. They should instead release all decisions online at once, and then send congratulatory calls to the admitted students...
 
For those rejected (like me :( ), would you consider applying again? For what other grad school did you apply?
Nah. I'm not going to be sitting around waiting for another year to apply again. Already got into a couple of safeties. Still waiting to hear back from Duke, London Business School and London School of Economics. MIT is a fantastic school, but there are a lot of great options out there.
 
Nah. I'm not going to be sitting around waiting for another year to apply again. Already got into a couple of safeties. Still waiting to hear back from Duke, London Business School and London School of Economics. MIT is a fantastic school, but there are a lot of great options out there.
What other schools have you gotten into so far? (if you don't mind sharing)

I'm in the same boat in regards to not reapplying. Waiting another year just to potentially get rejected again is pointless, especially considering you could be done (or close to) with a graduate degree from another university.
 
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