michimoby (Mar 27, 2007 4:13:20 PM)
Soojin: I’m trying my best to understand the "be persistent, but not a pest" idea…obviously, big accomplishments at work would be helpful, but what about books or extracurriculars relevant to your intended field of study, etc.?
SoojinKwonKohRoss (Mar 27, 2007 4:16:21 PM)
As I noted above, we really are looking for only significant changes in the information that you submitted in your original application. A new extracurricular or books you’ve read would not be considered significant. A new GMAT score or a promotion or a change in jobs would be.
And from the UCLA waitlist transcript:
Linda Abraham (Mar 28, 2007 6:14:09 PM)
Do you want to know about new developments in our lives?
CraigHubbellUCLA (Mar 28, 2007 6:14:40 PM)
Updates on material changes are helpful, but don’t feel obliged to keep in touch if there is nothing new to share.
Linda Abraham (Mar 28, 2007 6:16:35 PM)
What applicant behavior detracts from a waitlisted applicant’s chances?
CraigHubbellUCLA(Mar 28, 2007 6:17:23 PM)
Excessive contact or contact without content. We need our candidates to understand the timing of our process. Please don’t rush us.
You should be seeing a pattern here: Schools want to know about significant developments. They don’t want you to take their time with meaningless drivel.
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