Category Archives: Interview

Great Scott! It’s mid Jan…

It’s been over two week since I posted here (where did the time go) and there is a whole bunch of stuff to update on. Time is flying by this January for sure. Without further ado, the first thing is … Continue reading

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Wharton interview debrief

As promised, here is my recap on my Wharton interview. The team-based discussion (TBD) was a great experience. Although I honestly have no idea how it will be assessed because the other groups all seem to have a positive experience … Continue reading

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Booth interview debrief

*It’s the final countdown* So I had my Booth interview on the weekend. I will get to the recap in a second. With the interview done, I am in the phase of counting down until decision day. In some ways … Continue reading

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Tuck is in

I just hit the submit button for Tuck application and with it my hopes and dreams. I have spent weeks working on my essays but even so it felt a bit like I was throwing up a non look shot … Continue reading

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Hanging onto Hope

After waiting on Booth for 3 days, I had pretty much given up. This did not stop me checking my application. Oh no I religiously refreshed my page at the equivalent of 9am Chicago time every day. With each passing … Continue reading

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Rollercoaster of emotions

I have been saving this Aaron Rodgers Matt Flynn gif for when I have something to celebrate. What a difference a week makes. Replacing the low of being rejected by HBS last week is the high of receiving an invite to interview … Continue reading

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Strike 1 in R1

So HBS R1 interview invites came and went on Wednesday. Unfortunately I was not fortunate enough to receive one. I am a slightly disappointed but strangely not as disappointed as the radio silence after the first wave. I guess the … Continue reading

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