R2 Decisions at Ross

AdCom has completed its review of R2 applicants and admit decisions will post on March 15th, Ross School of Business Director of Admissions, Soojin Kwon Koh, wrote in the Admissions Blog Tuesday.

In the post, Soojin explains a little bit about the decision-making process and debunks the persistent belief that one single component–be it GMAT score, interview or essays–will make or break your chances.

“Part of the reason for my reviewing some applications multiple times is that decisions are made relative to other applicants. We may have initially decided one thing, and then after reviewing more applications, changed the initial decision. It is a very iterative process, and it is, by nature, partly subjective.

My goal in making these decisions is to make sure that the incoming class is not just smart, but is also a good fit at Ross and will bring something unique to our community,” Soojin writes.

Many highly qualified applicants will therefore land on the Ross waitlist, along with those still waitlisted from R1. But admit calls will begin this week, Soojin assures, in an effort to accommodate some of the admitted student events Ross has planned around the world starting next week.

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