The survey was sent via email and social media to 1, Wharton students from February 10 to 15, and received responses. In fact, most of the breakups came quite quickly. So how do those singles feel about each other? These are seriously high-potential catches. They have an average GMAT score of , a 3. He chalked it up to caution on the part of women, and to a lesser extent men, when it comes to getting involved in relationships with highly competitive people they already spend so much time with in class, team projects, and social events.
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It is not exactly a great score, but I have decided that I will rather spend my summer writing essays than re-taking the GMAT. In the early fall, I'll submit applications to a number of top 15 schools in the U. For me, business school would be all about becoming absolutely fluent in English, expanding my network internationally, and having two great years partying, weekend trips to Las Vegas, clubbing in NYC But which other schools should I consider given that I'm more concerned about the social side of the experience than academics and recruiting? Can you guys confirm this?
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The conventional wisdom on love at business school is pretty negative. A few years ago, when a writer interviewed a crop of business students to come up with the eight laws of MBA dating, the very first dictum was something of a downer. Roughly one in four of those students, however, are no longer in that relationship. The largest number of break ups occurred just before or just after Thanksgiving.
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