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January 28, 2010



Thank you, this is encouraging! But isn't it true that there are fewer seats available in Round 3? Is the ratio of applicants to available seats (if there is such a thing) any higher in Round 3?

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I would say that UCLA Anderson is more liberal than many top business schools in the number of offers that may be extended in Round 3. It is true that Round 3 volume can be lighter than in previous rounds, but the actual volume is unpredictable. We reserve enough space to admit applicants who would have been admitted in previous rounds had they applied earlier. We maintain a heavy waitlist that gives us the flexibility.

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