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What is Wait List Strategy?
You were not rejected, but you were not accepted either. You are in that peculiar limbo stage known as the waitlist. You need to move your application from the waitlist to the accepted list. This service is for you if you have not yet drafted your waitlist letter.
How does it work?
Stage 1: Determining a waitlist strategy Stage 2: Discussing the content of the waitlist letter you will send to the admission committee Stage 3: Regular follow-up Stage 4: Sending a second and third follow-up letter Stage 5: Preparing informal discussions with the adcom in charge of your application
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- Determining a waitlist strategy
- Discussing the content of the waitlist letter you will send to the admission committee
- Regular follow-up
- Sending a second and third follow-up letter
- Preparing informal discussions with the adcom in charge of your application
What Our Students Say
“Thanks to the support of the MBA Center, I got direct admission to Wharton, but I was disappointed because I had been wait-listed at Harvard, my first choice. The MBA Center was very familiar with this kind of scenario. They helped me build a strategy to attain my goal. After weeks of incredible stress, I finally got an offer from Harvard.”
Clementive, HBS MBA
“For personal reasons, I decided to apply to INSEAD, but I only got 640 on the GMAT. Too low for INSEAD. By working on GMAT test-taking skills, I increased my score to 700 and also improved my applications.”
− Luz, INSEAD MBA
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