So MIT got about 900 apps this year, up from about 175 last year... damn with a 21% acceptance rate those people in the first group are lucky
so is this program going to become as quantitative and competitive as Princeton? They claim on their website that they want it to be generalized finance but i think thats a disguise
I was hoping to apply to this next year, but hearing about this years numbers got me down... realistically what are the chances with a ~700for an Engineering grad with a not so excellent gpa (3.6-3.7 magna, not summa)
anyone get in this year?