As you can see, the 11 members of the Class of 2010 who received their undergraduate degrees in 1999 (approximately age 31 or older) or earlier represented 1.2% of the Class of 2010. Combine that with the Class of 2000 and 2001, and you get 5.3% of the total attending HBS. Which is to say, sure you can get if you are over 30, but the chances are clearly not very good, so plan your application strategy accordingly. For more on the age issue, please see this post. For more on school selection, please see this post.
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