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does it look bad if i transfer twice for grad school

dafischerdafischer Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
I was fortunate enough to be accepted into a top school, but i didn't attend due to the tuition and scholarship offered to me from other local schools. I took the full ride to a local university, but I hate it here after the first semester. I have decided to transfer to the original school I wanted to go to, but i missed the transfer deadline for next semester. There is another local school that is still accepting transfer applications, where several of my friends from high school go, and love but isn't academically equivalent to my original choice. So if I transfer there for a semester, just to get away from my current school, and transfer again to my original choice, will that look bad to employers and top tier MBA programs.

i don't want to hear just stick it out for another semester, because i already know that. i am wanting to get into northwestern's MBA/JD program, which i have the grades for, and pursue career in venture capital. i just want to know if transferring twice to different schools will hinder my acceptance.
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