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  • noun Plural form of reapplicant.

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Examples

  • Are reapplicants reviewed separately from all other applicants?

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  • KurtAhlm: Yes, in fact, we find many reapplicants are quite successful the second time around.

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  • Then, reapplicants should look at the other parts of their application -- from their GMAT scores to extracurricular activities -- to determine where else they can improve.

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  • Khanna turned to their Web sites for general advice for reapplicants.

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  • Although reapplicants usually fare better than first-time candidates, says Giannangeli, because they have more time to reflect, gain additional experience, and really understand why they want to attend a particular school, they still might not make the cut.

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  • And growing a tough skin will help reapplicants deal with potential disappointment, says Lohr.

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  • To increase their chances, most experts, including Blackman, suggest that reapplicants turn in their revised applications no later than the first round, when admissions committees are just beginning to assemble the next incoming class.

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  • In any given year, reapplicants fare well in the application process because they have taken steps to enhance their candidacy or have had more time to reflect on their reasons for an MBA and goals going forward.

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  • In any given year, reapplicants fare well in the application process because they have taken steps to enhance their candidacy or have had more time to reflect on their reasons for an MBA and goals going forward.

    MBA Admissions Blog!

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