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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.
I got into Boston College's MSF program and the Cass MSc Corporate Finance program. My ultimate dream job is to work as a research associate at a traditional asset manager like PIMCO and Wellington. If I get rejected by the other three programs, I'll probably go to BC because Boston has a ton of AM firms.
If anyone from the WL is accepted, let us know!
I saw that last year some people got accepted from it roughly a week after the official letter.
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