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750 3.8 Tier 1 Harvard Business School: 85% Stanford: 80% Wharton: 90% Tuck: 95% Kellogg: 95% 720 3.1 Tier 1 Harvard Business School: 10%+ Stanford: 10% Wharton: Less than 10% Columbia: 35% if early decision Kellogg: 30% Duke: 55%+ 720 4.0 Tier 3 Harvard Business School: 50% to 80% Wharton: 50% to 90% Chicago Booth: 75% to 95% Dartmouth: 65% to 85% Duke: 95% 690 3.4 Tier 3 Harvard Business School: Less than 50% Stanford: Less than 40% Wharton: Less than 50% Chicago Booth: 60% Columbia: 60%+ if early decision Kellogg: 60% 740 3.5 Tier 3 Harvard Business School: 50% Wharton: 65+% Columbia: 70% if early admission Tuck: 80% Chicago Booth: 80% 740 3.9 Tier 3 Harvard Business School: 70%+ Wharton: 80%+ Columbia: 80%+ Tuck: 85%+ Chicago Booth: 85%+ 630 3.9 Harvard Business School: Less than 20% Stanford: Less than 10% Wharton: Less than 15% Michigan: 30% to 50% Duke: 40% to 50% Kellogg: 30% to 45% 740 2.89 Tier 2 "Sandy’s Analysis: “Harvard Business School takes pols, but usually from the White House or the Treasury Department, and those kids usually have stellar records at Ivies and superb schmoozing abilities. Your chances at other schools you note depend on what your actual role is in the state legislature, what state (is it a state in which the school is located?), and who can push buttons for you. If none of that, GMAT might neutralize GPA and with sharp execution on your applications, you stand a chance at several of these schools.”" 660 3.7 Tier 3 "Harvard Business School: 20% or less Columbia: 40% to 55%, if you apply early admission New York University: 55% to 70% Chicago Booth: 40% to 60% Michigan: 40% to 50%" 710 3.93 Tier 3 Harvard: 35% to 50% Stanford: Less than 35% Wharton: Less than 50% Kellogg: 50% to 60% Tuck: 50% 720 3.3 Harvard Business School: Less than 40% Stanford: Less than 40% Wharton: 35% to 50% Columbia: 50% to 65% Kellogg: 50% to 65% 750 3.49 Tier 3 Engineering Harvard Business School: Less than 30% Stanford: Less than 30% CEIBS: 60% to 70% INSEAD: Better than 50% Brigham Young: 60% to 70% 750 3.74 Tier 2 Harvard Business School: Better than 50% Stanford: Better than 50% Wharton (Lauder program): 60% Chicago: 70% to 80% Kellogg: 60% to 80% 660 3.5 Tier 3 Rejected by Harvard Rejected by Stanford Rejected by Wharton Waitlisted at Dartmouth Tuck Full ride at Virginia Darden 700 3.25 Tier 3 Engineering Asian 18 "Sandy’s Analysis: The dirty secret about military admissions to places like Harvard/Stanford/Wharton is that GPA is a key factor and that war stories don’t payoff as much as you think they should. Plus, lots of military applicants have shooting war stories these days as a result of ground deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan. The big payoffs for military applicants, as far as schools are concerned, is not work stories per se, but working with others, both enlisted personnel and locals. ‘Helping my troops get along with the tribal leaders and setting up a school for girls, etc.’ is a real solid HBS  (and other schools) essay." 620 3.0 Tier 3 "Sandy’s Analysis: Well, Captain, I like you. But like I said to the Naval officer above, your low GPA will be a deal breaker for Harvard, Stanford and Wharton, and powerful combat deployments do not, without more, change the balance. And I suggest you format your combat experiences with suggestions above, ie. working with natives, leading different groups in different ways." 670 3.3 Tier 3 "Sandy’s Analysis: Hmmmmmm. Deeply mixed bag here. A low undergrad GPA is, like the poor, always with us. The grad school GPA doesn’t entirely cure that because most schools know that grad school grades are mostly As and B+s. And your majors, journalism and communications, are not known to be ultra demanding in the grading department. Grad school grades could help if you took rock solid stuff like stats, micro econ, etc. But my guess is that did not happen." 740 3.2 Tier 3 "Sandy’s Analysis: First off, IIT grades do not translate fairly into GPA by some formulas. IIT kids really need to stress class standing, especially if you are in the top 10 percent of your class. Always report that along with your grades. Schools say they are aware of this, but who knows. Some schools just blindly follow the formulas of agencies, which claim to be specialists in translating international grades. Those places often strike me as the 300-pound ladies on the sex chat lines. Who knows who is whispering into Dee Leopold’s ear that your U.S. GPA is 3.5? A world expert or the next contestant on Slumdog Millionnaire?? To the extent anyone reading this has experience with those agencies, please post in. That is a worthy topic of discussion." 700 3.4 Tier 3 Economics "Sandy’s Analysis: I am assuming you are not a U.S. citizen? If so, for example Samoan, your chances as a minority go up, possibly a lot. For the n-tenth time, ‘minorities’ for B-school applications means U.S. citizens who are African-Americans, Alaskan natives, American Indians or Native Americans, Asian Americans, Latino/as, Chicano/as, and Pacific Islanders. If you are from some undeserved place but are not a U.S. citizen that is good. But the school is not boosting its official U.S. minority stats by taking you." 670 3.4 Tier 3 Economics "Sandy’s Analysis: This is not reading as an HBS admit. You’re just too low on the GMAT, GPA, and job status meters. For other schools, your career trajectory, goals and why you need the MBA must be carefully crafted." 720 3.8 Tier 3 Economics Asian 26 "Sandy’s Analysis: You are a good example of a guy with a lot of impressive stuff that weighs more in the real world than it does on planet admissions (which is sorta like the moon in some cases, with its own gravity field). A 3.8 GPA and a 720 GMAT are totally fine, as is quant background. Spending four years with a web startup is something schools will pay lip service to, but at bottom, they would prefer that you either worked for Google or founded Groupon, never got an MBA, and gave them a building in 30 years. There is not much in between. Ditto on your writing published in The New York Times. I am impressed but schools don’t care all that much since it does fit in their wheelhouse. (And the record of journos who do attend business school is mixed: they often write tell-alls which have been done already)." 700 3.45 Tier 3 Business Asian 28 Stanford: Less than 30% Columbia: 30% Northwestern: Better than 40% Chicago: Better than 40% Yale: Better than 40% NYU: 50% Virginia: 50% Georgetown: 60% 700 2.5 Tier 3 Engineering Harvard Business School: 40+% Wharton: 40% to 55% MIT: Less than 40% Chicago: Better than 50% Columbia: Better than 50% NYU: Better than 50% 750 3.2 Tier 1 Economics Asian 28 Berkeley: Less than 20% Northwestern: 30% to 40% Cornell: 40+% Duke: 40% to 50% Michigan: 40% to 50% 720 3.2 Tier 3 Business Harvard Business School: Less than 10% Stanford: Less than 10% Wharton: Less than 20% Dartmouth: Less than 20% Columbia: Less than 30% Berkeley: Less than 20% Yale: Less than 30% Duke: Less than 30% NYU: 40% to 50% Virginia: 30% to 40% 660 3.86 Tier 3 Business Harvard Business School: Less than 20% Wharton: 20% Chicago: Less than 50% Dartmouth: Less than 50% Cornell: 50% Yale: 50% 700 3.9 Tier 3 Harvard Business School: Less than 10% Stanford: Less than 10% Columbia: 40+% NYU: 50% Kellogg: Less than 40% USC: Better than 60% Berkeley: 50% 720 3.7 Tier 3 Economics Harvard: Better than 40% Stanford: Better than 40% Wharton: 60% Kellogg: 60% to 70% Yale: 60% to 70% MIT Sloan: 50% to 60% 700 3.4 Tier 1 International Studies Harvard Business School: 20% or less Stanford: 10% to 20% Chicago:  40% to 50% London Business School: 50% 680 3.4 Tier 3 Dartmouth: Less than 50% Columbia: Less than 50% Kellogg: 50% Darden: 50+% Duke: 50+% Michigan: 50+% NYU: 50% to 60% Georgetown: 60% 700 3.8 Tier 1 Harvard Business School: 40% to 70% Stanford: 30% to 55% Wharton: 50% to 80% Chicago: 60% to 90% (just convince Booth you want to come) 680 3.96 Tier 3 Harvard Business School: 30% to 50% Stanford: 15% to 35% Berkeley: 50+% Columbia: 40% to 60% (depends on GMAT) NYU: 60% to 70% (just convince them you want to go) Georgetown: 60% to 70% (just convince them you want to go) 780 3.71 Tier 3 Engineering Asian 24 750 3.9 Tier 3 Business Asian 23 Harvard Business School: 40% to 60% Wharton: 60+% Chicago: 60+% Dartmouth: 70% (convince them you want to go) Berkeley: 60% (convince them you want to go) Yale: 70% to 80% (convince them you want to go) 720 3.9 Tier 3 Economics Harvard Business School: 40% to 50% Stanford: 30% to 40% Wharton: 50+% Berkeley: 60% UCLA: 60% to 70% Duke: 60+% Columbia: 50+% Yale: 50+% 750 3.67 Tier 1 Asian 24 Harvard Business School: Less than 20% Wharton: 30% to 60% MIT Sloan: 40% to 60+% (if you do some innovation jive and execute solidly) 750 4.0 Tier 3 Asian 80 Harvard Business School: 10% Stanford: 10% Wharton: -20% Columbia: -20% Kellogg: -30% Cornell: 30% 690 3.8 Tier 3 Asian 23 Harvard Business School: -30% Tuck: 40% Darden: 40% to 60% Duke: 40% to 60% Kellogg: 40+% Berkeley: 40+% Yale: 40+% 700 3.8 Tier 3 Engineering Asian 22 Harvard Business School 2+2 Program: 40% to 55% MIT joint MS in Engineering with MBA: 60% Kellogg MBA or MMM: 60% Wharton: 60% Columbia: 60+% Darden: 70% Duke: 70% Michigan: 70+% Carnegie Mellon: 70+% 650 3.2 Tier 3 Economics Stanford: 20% to 30% Harvard: 25% to 40% Wharton: 25% to 50% Yale: 40% to 60% Tuck: 40% to 60% Columbia: 30% to 60% Berkeley: 40% to 60% 710 3.65 Tier 3 Economics Asian 22 Harvard Business School: -20% MIT: 25% Yale: 30% Wharton: 25% Tuck: 30% Booth: 40% Columbia: 40% NYU: 40+% 730 3.94 Tier 3 Economics Asian 22 Harvard 2+2: 20% to 50% (depends on life story) Stanford: 20% to 30% Wharton: 20% (next year but very good in three years) Chicago: 30% (and ditto about the future) Northwestern: 30% (and ditto) Yale: 30% (and ditto) MIT: 30% (they could take you flat out) 710 3.83 Tier 3 Business Asian 15 Harvard Business School: 20% to 30% Stanford: 15% to 20% Wharton: 25% to 35% Chicago: 40+% Kellogg: 40+% 710 3.4 Tier 3 Female Asian 26 Stanford: -20% Berkeley: 30% MIT: 30% Kellogg: 40% Columbia: 40% 750 3.7 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 23 Harvard: 50+% Stanford: 40+% Wharton: 60% MIT: 60+% Kellogg: 60+% Chicago: 60+% Duke: 70+% 670 3.4 Tier 3 Engineering Female Asian 25 Harvard: 30% Kellogg: 60% MIT: -40% Georgetown: 50% UNC: 50% 720 3.8 Tier 3 Economics Asian 25 Harvard: 60+% Stanford: 60+% Wharton: 70+% MIT: 70+% Chicago: 80% Columbia: 80% 720 3.2 Tier 3 Female Asian 25 Kellogg: 30+% NYU: 30% Chicago: 30+% Georgetown: 40% to 50% Virginia: 40% Texas-Austin: 50% Michigan: 50% 730 3.8 Tier 3 Business Female Asian 27 INSEAD: 60+% Harvard Business School (Joint MBA/MPA with Kennedy School): 40% to 50% Chicago (With AM from the School of Social Services): 60+% Berkeley (With MA in international and area studies): 60+% 740 3.9 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 26 Harvard Business School: 20% to 30% Stanford: 15% Wharton: 30% to 50% Chicago: 35% to 55% MIT: 35% Berkeley: 30% to 60% Duke: 40% to 60+% Virginia: 40% to 60+% 710 3.7 Tier 3 Business MALE Asian 27 Harvard Business School:  25% to 35% Chicago: 30% to 50% Wharton: 40+% Columbia: 50% to 60% 720 3.5 Tier 3 Business Female Asian 26 Harvard Business School: 10% Stanford: 10% Wharton: 35% to 50% Berkeley: 40% to 50% New York: 50% to 60% 700 3.1 Tier 3 Economics Asian 26 700 3.0 Tier 3 Business Wharton: -20% Chicago: 25% Kellogg: 25% Tuck: 20% Columbia: -30% Duke: 30% Virginia: 35% 760 3.4 Tier 3 Economics Wharton: 35% to 45% Columbia: 35% to 50% New York University: 50+% Virginia: 50% to 70% Duke: 50% to 70% 680 2.6 Tier 3 Economics Asian 2006 Harvard Business School: Zilch Stanford: Double zilch INSEAD: A wonderful long shot Schools Ranked 10+: 10% Red: 50% Black: 50% Lucky 17: 38-1 odds 710 3.8 Tier 1 MALE Asian 27 Wharton/Lauder MBA/MA program: 50% to 60% Harvard Business School: 50+% Chicago: 60+% Columbia: 60+% Dartmouth: 60+% New York University: 60% to 80% 700 3.5 Tier 3 Economics Asian 26 "Wharton (I know it’s a long shot): Yes, it is! Virginia: 30% Duke: 30% North Carolina: 30+% Georgetown: 40% to 50%" 700 3.55 Tier 1 Female Asian 27 Harvard Business School: 20% to 50% (but only near 50 if some bigfoot goes to bat for you) Berkeley: 40% to 50% Yale: 50+% Duke: 60+% Michigan: 60% to 70% Virginia: 60+% 690 3.4 Tier 3 MALE Asian 3 Stanford (joint degree in School of Education): 15% to 20% Harvard Business School: 20% to 30% Berkeley: 40+% Yale: 50+% Wharton: 25% to 40% Northwestern: 40% to 60% Columbia: 40% to 50% Duke: 50% to 60% 770 3.9 Tier 1 Economics Harvard Business School: 50%+ Stanford: 40% to 50% Wharton: 70%+ 690 3.5 Tier 3 Economics Female Asian 5 Harvard Business School: 20% Stanford: 20% Chicago Booth: 20% to 50% Kellogg: 20% to 50% UCLA: 30% to 60%+ Columbia: 30% to 40% New York University: 30% to 55% 660 3.5 Tier 3 Columbia: 20% to 30% NYU: 40% UCLA: 40% USC: 50% Georgetown: 50% 570 3.9 Tier 3 Economics Harvard: 25%+ Stanford: 20%+ Wharton: 25%+ MIT Sloan: 20% Chicago Booth: 40%+ 660 3.4 Tier 3 MALE Black 29 Harvard: 10% Wharton: 10% Kellogg: 20%+ Duke: 30% Michigan: 30% Vanderbilt: 50%+ 700 3.9 Tier 3 Business Female Asian 18 Stanford: 50%+ Harvard: 50%+ Wharton: 60%+ 700 3.3 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 3 Harvard: 20% Stanford: 15% Sloan: 25% Tuck: 25% Yale: 30%+ Cornell: 50%+ 710 3.97 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 23 Harvard: 20% to 30% Wharton: 30% to 40% Tuck: 40%+ Booth: 40%+ Texas: 50%+ Duke: 50%+ 650 3.4 Tier 3 Economics Asian 21 Harvard: 20%+ Stanford: 15% Wharton: 25%+ Chicago: 30% to 40% Northwestern: 30% to 40% Columbia: 30% to 40% 690 3.6 Tier 3 Engineering Female Asian 26 Harvard: 20% to 35% Stanford: 15% to 20% Wharton: 30% to 40% Yale: 50%+ Berkeley: 50%+ 710 2.7 Tier 3 Harvard: -10% Stanford: -10% Wharton: -15% 710 3.91 Tier 1 Engineering Female Asian 2.5 ESADE: 50+% IE: 50+% IESE: 50+% HEC: 50+% INSEAD: 30% to 50% St. Gallen: 60+% Mannheim: 60+% 700 3.6 Tier 3 Business Asian 27 Harvard: 10% to 15% Wharton: 20+% Chicago: 40+% Kellogg: 40+% Columbia: 30% to 50% 690 3.24 Tier 3 Economics MALE Black 25 Harvard Business School: 10% Cornell: 40% Berkeley: 30% USC: 50% Texas: 60% Indiana: 60% 720 3.8 Tier 1 International Studies MALE Asian 24 Stanford: 20% Harvard: 30% Berkeley: 40% to 50% Chicago: 40% to 50% Columbia: 40% to 50% 660 3.75 Tier 3 Economics Female Asian 25 Harvard: 20% to 30% Stanford: 10% to 20% Wharton: 25% to 35% Dartmouth: 25% to 35% Columbia: 30% to 40% Duke: 35% to 50% 620 3.1 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 152 Dartmouth: 30% Duke: 30% to 40% Darden: 35% to 45% Cornell: 35% to 50% Michigan: 35% to 50% UNC: 30% to 50% Indiana: 30% to 50% 740 3.6 Tier 1 Female Asian 25 Harvard: Ding Wharton: Ding Stanford: 20% Kellogg: 45+% Chicago: 50+% MIT: 30% to 40% 740 3.7 Tier 3 Economics Asian 50 Stanford: 20% to 40+% Harvard: 40% to 60% Kellogg: 50+% MIT: 50+% Booth: 50+% 750 2.9 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Black 24 Harvard: -15% Stanford: 10% MIT: 25% to 50% Kellogg: 35% to 50% 720 2.75 Tier 1 Engineering Asian 100 Wharton: 10% to 20% Northwestern: 30% Duke: 35+% New York: 30% to 40+% Cornell: 30% to 50+% Yale: 40+% Michigan: 40+% 720 3.63 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 26 Stanford: 20% to 30% Berkeley: 40% to 50% Northwestern: 30% to 50% UCLA: 50+% Chicago: 30% to 40% 660 3.4 Tier 3 Business MALE Asian 26 Duke (dream school): 30% UCLA: 20% to 30% Northwestern: 25% Vanderbilt: 50% 3.9 Tier 3 Asian 30 Harvard: 30% Stanford: 30% MIT: 40% to 50+% Duke: 50+% UNC: 50+% 720 3.5 Tier 1 Economics Asian 15 Harvard: 30-50% Stanford: 20-30% Wharton: 30% to 50% Berkeley: 50+% Columbia: 40% to 50+% Booth: 50+% 710 3.33 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 25 Harvard: 10% MIT: 20% to 30% NYU: 30% to 40% Columbia: 20% to 30% Northwestern: 20+% Wharton: 20% Duke: 30% Chicago: 20+% Michigan: 30% to 40% 700 3.1 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 250 Dartmouth: 30%+ Wharton: 20% Virginia: 40% to 50% Cornell: 40% to 50% NYU: 30% to 40% 3.89 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 27 Northwestern: 40% to 50% Yale: 40% to 50% Columbia: 30% to 50% NYU: 40% to 50% Vanderbilt: 50+% Duke: 50+% Emory: 50+% 730 3.88 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 26 Harvard: 15% Stanford: 10% Wharton: 20-30% Northwestern: 30+% MIT: 30+% Berkeley: 20% to 30% 710 3.4 Tier 3 Economics Female Asian 29 Harvard: 10% Columbia: 20+% NYU: 30% UCLA: 30% to 50% Berkeley: 30% to 40% USC: 30% to 50+% 730 3.2 Tier 3 Northwestern: 10% to 20% Stanford: 10% Berkeley: 20% Texas: 30% to 50% Yale: 20% UCLA: 30% to 40% USC:  30% to 50% 640 Tier 3 Business Asian 28 Harvard: 20-30% Wharton: 30-40% Stanford: 10% Dartmouth: 30-50% Northwestern: 30% to 60% INSEAD: 30% to 50% IMD: 30% to 50% Oxford: 30% to 50+% Cambridge: 30% to 50+% 720 3.8 Tier 3 MALE Asian 28 Harvard: -10% Stanford: -10% Wharton: -20% Chicago: -20% Columbia: -20% NYU: -20% INSEAD: 30% to 50% London Business School: 30% to 50% 720 3.4 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 27 Wharton: 30-35+% Stanford: 10% Harvard: 10% Chicago: 30+% MIT: 30% Northwestern: 30+% Columbia: 25% 680 3.2 Tier 3 Economics Asian 2 Harvard: 30+% (if you get a 700 GMAT) Stanford: 20% to 30% Wharton: 40% INSEAD: 60% to 70% 740 3.7 Tier 1 Asian 50 Harvard: 40+% Stanford: 30% to 35+% Wharton (Lauder Program): 40% to 60% Columbia: 50+% Chicago: 50+% Dartmouth: 50+% 670 3.95 Tier 3 Business MALE Asian 44 Harvard: 30+% Stanford: 20% Northwestern: 40% to 50% Dartmouth: 50% Chicago: 50% Columbia: 35% to 40% 720 3.56 Tier 1 MALE Asian 27 Harvard: 30% Stanford: 20% Yale: 50+% MIT: 40% Northwestern: 40% to 50% Chicago: 40% to 50% Wharton: 30% to 40% Columbia: 40% NYU: 40% to 50% Virginia: 50+% 740 2.4 Tier 3 MALE Asian 40 Harvard: 10% to 20% Chicago: 30% Wharton: 25% Duke: 30+% Michigan: 30+% Columbia: 20% 710 3.4 Tier 1 MALE Asian 28 Harvard: 40+% Stanford: 20% to 30% Wharton: 50% Tuck: 40-60+% Tier 3 Economics Wharton: 25+% (if GMAT is 700+) Columbia: 30% to 40% (GMAT 700+ and Early Decision) MIT: 30% Berkeley: 20% NYU: 40% 720 3.7 Tier 1 Economics Asian 3.5 Harvard: 20-30% Stanford: 10-20% Wharton: 40-50+% Columbia: 40-50+% MIT: 30+% 720 3.72 Tier 3 Economics Asian 100 Harvard: 20-30% Wharton: 40+% Columbia: 40+% Chicago: 40+% Kellogg: 40+% NYU: 50% 730 3.7 Tier 1 Economics Harvard: 20-35% Wharton: 30% to 45% Stanford: 15-20% Columbia: 30% to 50% Kellogg: 30% to 50% Chicago: 30% to 40+% Berkeley: 50% MIT: 30% 680 3.48 Tier 3 Business MALE Asian 7 London Business School: 40+% University of Western Ontario: 50+% Sauder School of Business: 50+% 630 3.43 Tier 3 MALE Asian 200 Harvard: 10% Stanford: 10% Dartmouth: 20+% Chicago: 20+% Wharton: 20% Duke: 30-50+% NYU: 25% UCLA: 25% 710 3.7 Tier 1 MALE Asian 25 Stanford: 10% Harvard: 10-15% MIT: 30+% Berkeley: 20% UCLA: 30% London: 30+% 740 3.0 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 29 Columbia: 30+% MIT: 30+% NYU: 40% Yale: 40% Cornell: 40+% 740 Tier 3 Engineering Asian 25 Harvard: 10% Stanford: -10% Wharton: 10% to 20% Chicago: 20% NYU: 20% Yale: 20% Kellogg: 20% 760 Tier 3 Economics Black 26 Harvard Business School only: 40+% 720 3.5 Tier 3 MALE Asian 200 Harvard: 35+% Stanford: 20% Wharton: 35+% Dartmouth: 45+% Northwestern: 50% 720 3.5 Tier 3 Economics Wharton: 25% Columbia: 35-40% NYU: 25-40% Maryland: 50+% 730 3.8 Tier 3 Engineering Harvard: 45+% Stanford: 30% Wharton: 50+% 720 3.2 Tier 1 Economics MALE Asian 25 Harvard: 35% Stanford: 25% Wharton: 35-40% Berkeley: 50+% Dartmouth: 30-35% Yale: 35+% Columbia: 35% 770 3.93 Tier 3 730 2.7 Tier 1 Engineering MALE Asian 33 Wharton: 10% MIT: 10% Northwestern: 20% Chicago: 20% Dartmouth: 20% Yale: 20% London: 30% 710 3.5 Tier 3 Stanford: 10% Northwestern: 20% Columbia: 30% New York: 20% Yale: 20% 710 3.26 Tier 3 Economics Asian 27 Wharton: 10% Columbia: 10% New York: 20% MIT: 10% Yale: 20% Dartmouth: 15% Virginia: 20% Yale: 15% 730 3.76 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 1.5 Harvard: 20% Stanford: 10% Wharton: 35% Chicago: 40% Northwestern: 35% Columbia: 35% MIT: 30% Dartmouth: 30% New York: 40% 740 3.1 Tier 3 Economics Female Asian 26 Wharton: 15% Chicago: 30-35% Northwestern: 30-35% Duke: 30-40% NYU: 40+% Berkeley: 25% 700 3.48 Tier 3 MALE Asian 25 Harvard: 15-20% Stanford: 10% Columbia: 20+% Yale: 30% Northwestern: 30-50+% Chicago: 30-50+% Dartmouth: 20-30% NYU: 30-50% 760 3.6 Tier 3 Economics Asian 3 Harvard: 20% to 30% Stanford: 15% to 25% Wharton: 30% to 50% Columbia: 40% to 50+% Dartmouth: 50% Chicago: 40% to 55+% 700 2.9 Tier 3 Engineering Asian 5 Wharton: 35% to 40% Chicago: 30% to 50% MIT: 20% to 30% Northwestern: 30+% Dartmouth: 25+% Virginia: 30% to 50% Duke: 30% to 50% 710 3.76 Tier 3 Economics Harvard: 10% to 25% MIT: 25+% Wharton: 30% to 45+% Dartmouth: 30% to 45+% Duke: 50+% Virginia: 50+% 750 3.4 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 500 Harvard: 30% to 40% Stanford: 10-25% Chicago: 30% to 50% MIT: 30% to 40% Columbia: 30% to 50% Northwestern: 30% to 50% 730 3.9 Tier 3 MALE Asian 28 Harvard: 30% to 40+% Stanford: 20% to 30% Wharton: 50+% MIT:  50+% 790 3.76 Tier 3 Engineering Asian 3 Harvard: 40% to 50% Stanford: 30+% Wharton: 50+% Dartmouth: 50+% MIT: 50% Chicago: 50+% 710 3.85 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 24 Stanford: 30+% Wharton: 50+% Chicago: 50+% Harvard: 30% to 40+% 700 3.6 Tier 1 Female Asian 24 Harvard: 30+% Wharton: 50+% MIT: 40% to 50+% Columbia: 50+% NYU:  60+% 740 3.0 Tier 3 Dartmouth: 30% to 40% Yale: 40+% Harvard: 15% to 20% 730 3.5 Tier 3 Business Asian 500 Northwestern MMM: 40+% Harvard: 20% to 25% Wharton: 30% Stanford: 10% Chicago: 40+% NYU: 50+% 730 3.75 Tier 3 Engineering Harvard: 20% to 35+% MIT: 40% to 50+% 700 3.25 Tier 3 Economics Wharton: 20% to 30% Northwestern: 25% to 40% NYU: 30% Chicago: 25% to 40% Duke: 35% to 50% Columbia: 40%  (early decision) 750 8 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 26 Harvard: 15% to 20% Stanford: 10% to 15% Wharton: 30% to 40+% Columbia: 30% to 50+% Northwestern: 30% to 50+% Dartmouth: 30% to 40+% NYU: 40% to 50+% 700 3.9 Tier 3 Female Asian 27 Stanford: 20% to 30% Harvard: 30% to 40% Berkeley:  50+% MIT: 40% to 50+% 690 3.3 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 25 Harvard: 10% Dartmouth: 20% to 30% Duke: 20% to 50% Michigan: 20% to 50% Yale: 20% to 40% Texas: 50+% Virginia: 50+% ISB: 30+% 640 3.4 Tier 3 MALE Asian 29 MIT: 10% Michigan: 20% Chicago: 15% Berkeley: 10% Duke: 20% Cornell: 20% 720 3.6 Tier 1 Female Asian 25 Stanford: 10% to 15% Harvard: 20% to 35% Northwestern: 40% to 50+% Duke: 50+% INSEAD: 50% 770 2.5 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 29 Harvard:  40+% Stanford: 10% to 30% MIT: 50+% Northwestern: 50+% Chicago: 50+% NYU: 50%******* 730 3.63 Tier 3 Economics Asian 140 Harvard: 40% to 50% Stanford: 30+% Wharton: 50+% Chicago: 50+% 690 2.8 Tier 3 Asian 29 "Harvard: 5% Stanford: 5% Wharton: 5% Kellogg, Booth, Duke, Darden: 20% Boston University: 30% to 40+% Boston College: 30% to 40+% Maryland: 50+% Babson: 50+%" 760 3.5 Tier 3 Engineering Asian 50 Stanford: 30% MIT: 40+% Northwestern: 50+% Berkeley: 50+% Duke: 50+% 740 3.9 Tier 3 Economics Asian 4 Harvard: 25+% Stanford: 15+% Wharton: 30% to 50% New York: 50+% Columbia: 40% to 60% UCLA: 50+% 740 3.9 Tier 3 MALE Asian 27 Harvard: 30% to 45% Stanford: 15% to 20% Wharton: 40% to 50% Chicago:  50+% MIT: 40% to 50% 3.87 Tier 3 MALE Asian 24 Harvard: 40+% Stanford: 20% to 35+% Wharton: 50%+ Chicago: 50+% Northwestern: 50+% MIT: 50+% 740 4.0 Tier 1 MALE Asian 26 Harvard: 35% to 40+% Stanford: 30% MIT: 50+% Dartmouth: 50+% 710 3.32 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 100 Northwestern: 40% Chicago: 20% to 40% Duke: 40% NYU: 50% Virginia: 50+% Michigan: 50+% Cornell:  50% Indiana: 50% Wisconsin: 60+% 780 3.87 Tier 1 Economics Female Asian 20 Harvard 2+2: 50+% Stanford (sleeper 2+2 program): 40% to 50% 720 3.6 Tier 3 MALE Asian 10 Harvard: 30% to 40% Dartmouth: 50+% Chicago: 50+% Berkeley: 50+% 740 3.2 Tier 3 Engineering Harvard: 30% to 40% Stanford: 20% to 30% Wharton: 40+% MIT: 50+% Columbia: 50+% Berkeley: 50+% Northwestern: 50+% Chicago: 50+% 710 3.4 Tier 3 Business MALE Asian 220 Harvard: 20% Stanford: 15% Berkeley: 40% MIT: 30% to 40% Columbia: 40% to 50% London: 60+% 710 3.35 Tier 3 International Studies Female Asian 27 Harvard: 20% MIT: 30% Dartmouth: 30% 700 Tier 3 MALE Asian 31 INSEAD: 25% Columbia: 20% Northwestern: 15% NYU: 15% Dartmouth: 15% Virginia: 20% 3.1 Tier 3 MALE Asian 4 Harvard: 10% Stanford: 5% Cornell (one year): 40% Yale: 20% Chicago: 20% Northwestern: 20% Columbia (accelerated program): 40% 740 3.8 Tier 3 Business Harvard: 20% to 30% Stanford: 10% Wharton: 30% to 45% Northwestern:  40% Chicago: 40+% 750 3.95 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 25 Harvard: 25% to 30% Stanford: 20% Wharton: 30% to 45+% Northwestern:  40% to 50% Chicago: 40% to 50% Dartmouth: 40+% Columbia: 40+% 620 3.53 Tier 1 MALE Black 25 Harvard: 40% to 45% Stanford: 20% to 30% Wharton: 40+% Dartmouth: 40% to 50% Columbia: 40% to 50% Berkeley: 30% to 50% Yale: 50+% 760 7.1 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 7.37 Northwestern: 40% to 50% Dartmouth: 40% to 50% Berkeley: 30% to 50% Yale: 40% to 50% Duke: 40% to 50% 760 3.76 Tier 3 International Studies MALE Asian 23 Northwestern: 40% to 50% Harvard: 35% Stanford: 20% Berkeley: 50% Chicago: 40% to 50% MIT: 50+% 700 3.9 Tier 3 Asian 2009 "Sandy’s Analysis: Phew, what we got here is a great beginning, a happy ending and a so-so middle.  To wit" 740 3.5 Tier 3 Engineering Female Asian 8 Harvard: 20% Stanford: 10% MIT: 30% to 40% Northwestern: 40% to 50% Berkeley: 30% to 40% Virginia: 40% to 50% 3.5 Tier 3 Economics Female Asian 1.5 Northwestern: 30% to 45+% Chicago: 30% to 40+% Yale: 30% to 40+% Duke: 30% to 50% Virginia: 30% to 50% UCLA: 30% to 40% Emory: 40% to 50% UNC: 40% to 50% Georgetown: 40% to 50% Vanderbilt: 50+% 730 3.0 Tier 3 Engineering Asian 5 Stanford: 30% to 50+% Berkeley: 50+% Northwestern: 50+% UCLA: 50+% Michigan: 50+% 760 3.9 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 25 Harvard: 45+% Stanford: 35% Wharton: 50+% MIT: 50+% 700 3.7 Tier 1 Asian 18 Harvard: 10% to 15% Stanford: 10% Columbia: 30% to 45% Wharton: 30% INSEAD:  35% 740 3.4 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 27 Harvard: 30% to 40+% (Him); 20% to 30% (Her) MIT: 40% (Him); 30% (Her) Wharton: 40+% Dartmouth: 40+% Northwestern: 40+% Chicago: 40+% 770 3.6 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 10 Harvard: 10% to 20% Wharton: 30% to 50% Berkeley: 50+% Duke: 50% UCLA: 50% 715 3.81 Tier 3 Economics Asian 30 Harvard: 50% Stanford: 35% to 45% Chicago: 50% to 60% Dartmouth: 50% to 60% Wharton: 40% to 60% Columbia: 60+% Virginia: 60+% 700 3.6 Tier 3 Economics Asian 5 Harvard: 30% to 35% Stanford: 15% to 25% Wharton: 30% to 45% Northwestern: 40+% 760 3.6 Tier 3 Asian 30 Harvard: 20% to 30+% Stanford: 10% to 15% Wharton: 30% to 35% Columbia: 40%+ Chicago: 50%+ Kellogg: 60+% 700 3.7 Tier 3 Business MALE Asian 25 Harvard: 15% Wharton: 20% Stanford: 10% Chicago: 30% Kellogg: 40% INSEAD: 50+% London: 50+% 770 3.2 Tier 3 MALE Asian 28 Harvard: 15% to 25% Stanford: 10% to 20% Wharton: 20% to 35+% Columbia: 40+% MIT: 30% to 40+% Kellogg: 30+% Chicago: 30+% Berkeley: 40+% Michigan: 40+% Tuck: 20% Yale: 30% INSEAD: 50% London: 50% 680 3.3 Tier 3 Business MALE Asian 25 Harvard: 20+% Stanford: 10% Dartmouth: 30-40% MIT: 30% Duke: 50% Chicago: 50% Berkeley: 50% 720 10 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 25 Harvard: 30% to 40% Stanford: 25+% Wharton: 40% to 50+% Kellogg: 50+% Columbia: 50+% 760 3.1 Tier 3 Engineering Female Asian 24 Yale: 60+% Stanford: 20-30% Berkeley: 50% Wharton: 40+% 750 3.3 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 25 Harvard: 20% Wharton: 30-35+% Northwestern: 50+% London: 70+% Michigan: 60+% New York: 40% 700 3.3 Tier 3 Engineering Female Asian 50 Stanford: 10% to 20% Harvard: 20-30% MIT: 30% Berkeley: 20-40% Northwestern: 30-40% UCLA: 30-50% USC: 40-50% 740 3.63 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 25 Harvard: 20% Wharton: 30-50% Columbia: 40-50% Chicago: 40-50% Yale: 40-50% 740 3.6 Tier 1 Asian 2 Dartmouth: 40-50% Northwestern: 40-50% MIT: 30+% Columbia: 40-50% Berkeley: 50% Wharton: 30-45% New York: 40% to 50% 700 3.64 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 75 UCLA: 50+% Berkeley: 50+% Chicago: 40% to 50+% Northwestern: 40+% New York: 30% to 40% USC: 60+% Harvard: 20% to 40% Stanford: 10% to 20% Wharton: 30% to 50% 750 3.75 Tier 1 Economics Harvard: 40% to 50% Stanford: 30% to 40+% Wharton: 50+% Chicago: 60+% Northwestern: 60+% MIT: 50+% Berkeley: 50+% Yale: 60+% 740 3.7 Tier 3 Business Female Asian 2 Harvard 2+2: 60+% Stanford 2+2: 50% Wharton: 50% Dartmouth: 50% Northwestern: 50% Yale: 60+% 710 3.17 Tier 3 MALE Asian 50 Harvard: 10% to 20% Chicago: 30% to 40% Northwestern: 30% to 40% Wharton: 30% 760 8.5 Tier 3 MALE Asian 25 Dartmouth: 20% to 30% MIT: 40% to 50% Berkeley: 50+% Chicago: 40% to 45% Northwestern: 40% to 50% Columbia: 30% to 45% Yale: 40% INSEAD: 50+% London: 50+% 710 3.47 Tier 3 Economics Asian 2 Stanford: 10% to 20% Wharton: 30% to 40% Northwestern: 50+% Chicago: 50+% Berkeley: 50+% Harvard: 30% to 40% MIT: 35% to 50% 760 2.76 Tier 1 Economics MALE Asian 27 Columbia: 30% to 40% (if early decision) Chicago: 30% to 40% Duke: 40+% Michigan: 40+% Cornell: 50+% Virginia: 40+% 720 3.3 Tier 3 Engineering Female Asian 5 Stanford: 20% Berkeley: 40+% Harvard: 30% to 40% MIT: 40% 710 3.8 Tier 3 Business Asian 2013 Northwestern: 30% Dartmouth: 20% Duke: 30+% Cornell: 40+% Carnegie Mellon: 50% 750 3.8 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 23 Stanford: 20% to 25% Berkeley: 50+% UCLA: 50+% Columbia: 30% to 50% MIT: 40+% 730 3.1 Tier 3 Business Asian 4 Wharton: 30% to 35% Columbia: 30% to 40% (if Early Decision) Yale: 30% INSEAD: 50% to 60% London: 50% to 60% 700 3.4 Tier 3 Asian 29 UCLA: 30% to 35% Cornell: 40% to 50% Texas: 40% to 50% Carnegie: 30% to 40% Emory: 30% to 45% USC: 40% to 50% 730 2.80 Tier 3 Harvard: 5% Stanford: 5% Wharton: 10% MIT: 10% Northwestern: 15% Chicago: 15% Berkeley: 10% Columbia: 15% 760 3.57 Tier 1 Engineering Harvard: 20% to 30% Stanford: 15% to 30% Wharton: 30% to 40% Chicago: 40% to 50% MIT: 40% to 50% Dartmouth: 40% to 50% 700 3.75 Tier 3 MALE Asian 28 Stanford: 20% Wharton: 30% to 45% Chicago: 30% to 50% Duke: 40% to 50% Berkeley: 40% 710 3.7 Tier 3 Business MALE Asian 27 Stanford: 20% to 30% Harvard: 30% to 40% Wharton: 50+% 710 3.6 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Black 24 Harvard: 40% to 50% Stanford: 30% to 35% Wharton: 50+% Northwestern: 50+% Berkeley: 50+% MIT: 50+% UCLA: 50+% 700 7.8 Tier 3 Female Asian 26 Harvard: 20% to 35% Stanford: 10% to 20% Northwestern: 35% to 50% Wharton: 30% to 45% Dartmouth: 20% to 30% Duke: 50+% 740 3.4 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 26 Harvard: 30+% Stanford: 20% Wharton: 50+% Chicago: 50+% Northwestern: 50+% MIT: 50+% 790 4.0 Tier 3 MALE Asian 26 Harvard: 40% to 50+% Stanford: 30% to 40% Wharton: 50+% Yale: 50+% Northwestern: 50+% 740 3.66 Tier 3 MALE Asian 5 Stanford: 10% to 20% Chicago: 40% to 50+% Northwestern: 40% to 50+% Dartmouth: 40% to 50% Michigan: 50+% Virginia: 50+% 690 3.85 Tier 3 MALE Asian 29 Stanford: 20% to 30% Harvard: 35% to 45+% UCLA: 50+% Berkeley: 50+% Duke: 50+% 700 3.45 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 1.2 Northwestern: 30% to 50% Chicago: 30% to 50% Harvard: 10% to 20% Wharton: 20% to 30% Columbia: 30% to 50% (if early decision) Berkeley: 40% 780 3.40 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 27 Harvard: 20% to 40% Stanford: 20% Wharton (Lauder Program): 40% to 50% Chicago: 50+% MIT: 50+% Northwestern: 50+% 760 3.74 Tier 3 Engineering Asian 3 Harvard: 20% MIT: 30% to 50% 690 2.96 Tier 3 Economics Asian 3.6 Harvard: 20% to 30% Stanford: 10% to 15% Wharton: 35% to 40% Northwestern: 35% to 45% Virginia: 50+% Duke: 50+% 730 3.47 Tier 1 Asian 3 Harvard: 30% Stanford: 25% Wharton: 35% Kellogg: 40% to 45+% Columbia: 35+% Tuck: 40% to 45+% 710 3.71 Tier 3 Business Asian 100 Harvard: 40+% Stanford: 35+% Wharton: 45+% Chicago: 50+% Kellogg: 50+% Carnegie Mellon: 60+% Michigan: 60+% Columbia: 50+% New York: 60+% 730 3.05 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 27 Chicago: 20% to 40% Kellogg: 20% to 40% Michigan: 30% to 50% Dartmouth: 20% to 30% Berkeley: 30% to 50% MIT: 10% to 20% Carnegie Mellon: 30% to 50% INSEAD: 40% to 50% 700 3.9 Tier 3 Female Asian 30 Harvard: 25% to 35% Stanford: 10% to 30% Wharton: 30% to 40% Northwestern: 40% to 50% Columbia: 30% to 40% Dartmouth: 30% to 40% Yale: 40% to 50% 710 3.0 Tier 3 Economics Female Asian 26 Harvard: 15% Stanford: 10% Columbia: 20% New York University: 30% 700 3.33 Tier 3 Asian 1 Harvard: 20% to 30% Stanford: 20% Wharton: 30% to 40% MIT: 20% Yale: 30% to 40% Chicago: 30% to 40% Texas: 40+% 720 3.8 Tier 3 International Studies Female Asian 2008 Stanford: 30% to 40% Harvard: 30% to 50% Berkeley: 50+% Yale: 50+% 760 3.5 Tier 3 MALE Asian 25 Berkeley: 60+% Stanford: 30% UCLA: 60+% MIT: 60+% Harvard: 40+% 730 3.24 Tier 3 MALE Asian 26 Michigan: 40% New York University: 30% to 40% Columbia: 20% UCLA: 40% Georgetown: 50+% Northwestern: 30% to 40% Cornell: 40% to 50% Southern California: 60+% 700 3.0 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 2.0 Harvard 2+2: -10% INSEAD: 20% Wharton: 10% Yale: 10% to 20% 670 3.4 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 500 Duke: 60+% North Carolina: 60+% Virginia: 60+% 740 4.0 Tier 3 Asian 5 Harvard: 20% 25% Northwestern: 35% to 45% Wharton: 30% to 40% Chicago: 35% to 45% Columbia: 40+% 690 3.3 Tier 3 Female Asian 24 (if  you follow my advice) 740 3.10 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 26 Wharton: 20% to 25% Dartmouth: 30% to 35% Berkeley: 40% Chicago: 25% to 35+% Columbia: 20% to 30% Northwestern: 30% to 40% New York: 40% to 50% MIT: 20% 750 10 Tier 3 Female Asian 4 Harvard: 20% Stanford: 10% Wharton: 30% to 40% Chicago: 30% to 40% INSEAD: 50% to 70% London: 50% to 70% 700 3.67 Tier 3 Economics Female Asian 27 Harvard: 20% Stanford: 20% Wharton: 30% to 40% Berkeley: 40% Yale: 50% Columbia: 50% Chicago: 50% Dartmouth: 50% UCLA: 50% 710 3.69 Tier 1 Female Asian 25 Harvard: 30% to 40% Stanford: 20% to 30% Northwestern: 50+% New York: 60+% Columbia: 50+% Wharton: 40% MIT: 40% to 50% 690 3.3 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 28 Chicago: 30% to 50% Northwestern: 30% to 50% Michigan: 50%+ New York: 30% Columbia: 30% 700 3.95 Tier 3 Asian 2008 Wharton: 30%+ Harvard: 20% to 30% Virginia: 50% to 60% Chicago: 40% to 50% Northwestern: 40% to 50% Georgetown: 70%+ Maryland: 80%+ 700 2.9 Tier 3 Business Female Asian 25 Berkeley: 20% to 30% UT-Austin: 30% to 40% Georgetown: 30% to 40% New York: 20% to 30% Columbia: 10% to 20% 750 3.43 Tier 3 Engineering Female Asian 25 Harvard: 50%+ MIT: 60%+ Stanford: 30% to 40% Berkeley: 60%+ Columbia: 60%+ Northwestern: 70%+ Chicago: 70%+ 730 3.12 Tier 1 Economics MALE Asian 26 Harvard: 15% Wharton: 20% Northwestern: 30% to 40% Chicago: 20% to 30% MIT: 20% Columbia: 20% to 30% Stanford: 5% Berkeley: 30% to 40% 3.3 Tier 3 Engineering Asian 24 Harvard: 10% to 20% Stanford: 10% Oxford: 40%+ Columbia: 30% to 35% Yale: 30% to 40% INSEAD: 40% to 50% Northwestern: 40% to 50% 730 3.55 Tier 3 MALE Asian 24 Harvard: 30% to 45% Stanford: 20% to 30% Wharton: 40% to 50% Northwestern: 50%+ MIT: 40%+ Berkeley: 50%+ UCLA: 60%+ 730 3.17 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Black 25 Harvard: 25% to 35% Wharton: 30% to 45% MIT: 40% to 50% Northwestern: 40% to 50% Dartmouth: 40% to 50% Virginia: 50% to 60% Michigan: 60% to 70% 740 3.55 Tier 1 MALE Asian 400 Harvard: 30% to 40% Stanford: 20% to 30% Wharton: 40+% Chicago: 50% Columbia: 50% MIT: 40% to 50% 3.7 Tier 1 Female Asian 29 Stanford: 20% to 30% Chicago: 50%+ Northwestern: 50%+ Michigan: 60%+ 750 3.45 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 25 Harvard: 30% to 40% Stanford: 20% to 30% Columbia: 50% London: 60%+ Wharton: 40% to 40% Berkeley: 50%+ Chicago: 50% 800 3.67 Tier 3 MALE Asian 4 Yale: 20% Berkeley: 40% Northwestern: 30% to 40% Dartmouth: 20% Texas: 50% Georgetown: 50% 770 3.9 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 50 Harvard: 40% to 50% Stanford: 25% to 35% Wharton: 50%+ Chicago: 50%+ 740 3.5 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 27 Harvard: 30% Stanford: 20% Virginia: 50% Wharton: 40% 700 3.75 Tier 3 Economics Female Asian 25 MIT: 40% to 50% London: 50+% UCLA: 50+% Northwestern: 50+% New York: 50+% Columbia: 40% to 50% Duke: 50+% 700 3.9 Tier 3 Economics Asian 4 Northwestern: 40% Michigan: 40+% Virginia: 50+% Duke: 50+% Dartmouth: 40% [all assuming an evenly-split 700+ GMAT] 720 3.5 Tier 1 Female Asian 24 "Stanford: 30% to 40% Northwestern: 50%+ Columbia: 50%+ New York U. : 50%+ (full-time), 95%+ (part-time)" 720 3.6 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 18 Stanford: 10% Berkeley: 30% to 40% Harvard: 20% to 35% 700 3.7 Tier 3 Engineering MALE Asian 26 Duke: 50% Virginia: 50% MIT: 30% to 40% Northwestern: 40% UNC: 50%+ Georgetown: 50%+ 730 3.65 Tier 3 Engineering Asian 1 Harvard: 40% to 50% MIT: 50%+ Columbia: 50%+ New York: 50%+ Yale: 50%+ 700 3.47 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 24 Harvard: 10% Wharton: 15% Chicago: 30% Columbia: 30% New York: 40% Northwestern: 30% to 40% Dartmouth: 30% Yale: 20% to 30% Duke: 40%+ Virginia: 40%+ 700 3.33 Tier 3 Business MALE Asian 29 Harvard: 30% Stanford: 20% to 30% Wharton: 30% Chicago: 30% to 40% Columbia: 30% to 40% Dartmouth: 30% to 40% 720 3.65 Tier 3 Business MALE Asian 27 Northwestern: 40% to 50% Berkeley: 30% MIT: 30% Dartmouth: 40% to 50% UCLA: 50%+ Duke: 50%+ Michigan: 50%+ Virginia: 50%+ University of Washington: 60%+ 710 3.7 Tier 3 MALE Asian 25 Harvard: 20% Stanford: 10% Wharton: 30% to 35% Dartmouth: 40% to 50% Virginia: 50%+ 650 3.5 Tier 3 Female Asian 90 (with 700+ GMAT) Yale: 30% Northwestern: 40%+ INSEAD: 50%+ Duke: 40%+ Brigham Young: 50%+ 780 3.5 Tier 3 Economics MALE Asian 2 Wharton: 50%+ Columbia: 50%+ Harvard: 30% Stanford: 10% to 20% 650 3.5 Tier 3 Business MALE Asian 28 Harvard: 15% to 20% Stanford: 10% Berkeley: 20% Dartmouth: 20% INSEAD: 40% to 50%
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