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I've been looking at stuff from poetsandquants and the like, and it seems like the opposite is true In Terms of Admissions Prospects, There's Never Been A Better Time To Top-50 Apply To MBA Programs This article above discusses a 10% increase in M acceptance rates for top-50 programs over the course of the past 5 years. Thoughts? Do you agree it's much easier to get in now than, 2015 maybe?
I saw a post on econ job market rumors that claimed that 2 thirds were told to leave due to failing their core exams. The thread goes on and on about pass rates under 50% for the last three years. I know most of these posts are just a bunch of sexist bullies talking trash. Thus these are relevant questions: Are pass rates that low at UC Davis? They mistreat their students? How well they treat students? Davis is my best shot so far so I'm really interested on those issues. (2 acceptances, 4 rejections and 9 applications pending)
I understand this question might depend on discipline, but I was wondering what the attrition rates are like at PhD Programs in Finance. Having spent all the effort trying to get into a PhD program, this is something I didn't really consider. I am assuming attrition is not as bad as econ. Does anyone have any insights?