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 [#permalink] New post 21 Jun 2006, 15:03
Thanks for your nice words. I know learning never ends.. And GMAT is a requirement of both verbal and quantitaive. So, it is a hard work..

I want to wish luck to all test takers ..
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Re: 780. math 51 verbal 47 [#permalink] New post 17 Mar 2008, 18:47
Hi all,

I haven't been back for a long time, and am glad to see so many new faces here ... Just wanted to say hi, and give you a little update for whoever still remembers me. :)

As of 9pm last Saturday, I've finished my last course and will be graduated from my MBA program at Simon. I'll be working at Simon Kucher Partners, a European based company, also one of the world best pricing consulting companies.

Simon has an excellent program for people who want to get good analytical trainning but are not fortunate enough to get into a top ten school. I chose it for my own reasons (proximity to my family) but I feel what I've got is nothing less than any of the top schools. It's small so you get individual attentions from the faculty, and you will get a lot of opportunities in any area you want to develop. I'm heavily involved in student clubs and other extracurriculum activities, in addition to the courses.

Following a return offer from Kraft after my internship, my job seeking efforts were very focused. I have applied to four positions that are heavy on strategy and quantitative analysis, including Kraft (CIS), P&G (business analysis), NWA (pricing and yield management), and SKP (pricing consulting). I got offers from every one of them, and they have all been very enthusiastic to get me to work for them, spending time to talk me into accepting the offers, and updating the offer packages, etc. I feel that if you really know what you want to do, and if you really love what you want to do, and are good at it, you will be highly welcomed in today's market.

Just want to let everybody who's studying hard to get into this new world to know, that what you are trying to achieve is very valuable. It is worth of working hard toward it.

Keep up the good work, and good luck to your tests!

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Re: 780. math 51 verbal 47 [#permalink] New post 17 Mar 2008, 19:46
HongHu, so nice to hear from you. I personally benefitted a lot from your contributions to the forum here and I take the opportunity to Thank You.

Please accept my sincere thanks. Good luck with your new career.
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Re: 780. math 51 verbal 47 [#permalink] New post 17 Mar 2008, 23:54
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HongHu...hey it was soo nice to hear from you..congrats on your new career..you have been an inspiration to many and always..
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Re: 780. math 51 verbal 47 [#permalink] New post 18 Mar 2008, 02:13
never have talked to you directly but heard a lot about you, so welcome back!
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Re: 780. math 51 verbal 47 [#permalink] New post 18 Mar 2008, 03:48
hi honghu

i'm the "new" generation of gmatclubbers and i've really benefitted from some of your older posts.
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Re: 780. math 51 verbal 47 [#permalink] New post 18 Mar 2008, 06:53
honghu,

That was a great score. Where are your GMAT books? :) .

Thanks for visiting the site and your post made this thread appear at the top. Thanks for sharing.

bmwhype2,

I saw honghu had a lot of posts. Would you be able to point some threads that you found very useful. I'm asking you because I see lots of experience from your posts.

I would really appreciate.
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Re: 780. math 51 verbal 47 [#permalink] New post 18 Mar 2008, 08:45
wow, congrats!
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Re: 780. math 51 verbal 47 [#permalink] New post 18 Mar 2008, 13:42
Just read through some of your threads.

Amazing score, and success.

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Re: 780. math 51 verbal 47 [#permalink] New post 18 Mar 2008, 15:02
wow...
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Re: 780. math 51 verbal 47 [#permalink] New post 19 Mar 2008, 18:05
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Where are your GMAT books? :) .


They are in hands of some other students who're taking the GMAT exam, I believe. :)

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Would you be able to point some threads that you found very useful.

I participated a lot in discussions about math and critical reasonings, and I'm an advocate of the active reading method for RC. Here're the two threads that I myself am proud of the most. ;) The math one is more on the basic side, but I believe that it is a very important foundation. The CR one is more advanced, but a very useful technique. Hope that they will continue to help stimulate more discussions.

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If X then Y (Logic/CR)
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Re: 780. math 51 verbal 47 [#permalink] New post 10 Oct 2010, 09:14
Super awesome. Thanks for the inspiration.
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