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Hey all -- question for you. I'm likely going on an M-trek, but it would force me to miss QSR. I really think any tune up of my quant skills would be useful, but an M-trek could represent a once in a lifetime opportunity, so I'm not sure how best to proceed. Does anyone have a sense of how introductory QSR is? Any advice would be much appreciated.
Also, I'm headed out to Ross this Friday, and hope to see some you there.
on qsw - sign up, don't go. you can pick up the materials later. when i went to get mine post mtrek, they didn't even check if i had registered. you'll be happy you went on mtrek rather than go to qsw. and some of the profs will provide you the qsw materials as well.
Does anyone know which companies with rotational programs come to recruit on campus?
I haven't done any research into this, but off-hand i know of Eaton, Cummins, and GE. Check out the General Management Club. The members/officers should be able to answer this question. _________________
My Australia trek just got canceled, so I'm a little bummed. That means I'll be spending my August in the middle of cornfields instead of on a beach. Sigh.
Don't lose hope! There are definitely some alternative treks popping up.
The Gulf Coast volunteer trek is in the works and looks like it'll be a fantastic trip. Details are still being hammered out and I'm sure you'll hear about it once it's finalized.
Thanks, conmisdosmanos and peaceyall! Yea, just saw it on Google Groups. It looks like an inexpensive, flexible trip for a good cause that could easily fit into most people's schedules. I'm definitely considering it. Anybody else going? _________________
Depends on the final timing and cost, but I'm planning on it.
They said it's a few hundred bucks, but I guess we'll see. Sounds like it shouldn't be too bad, though, if you go by van. I would actually prefer the van, because I do want to see the places between AA and Louisiana.
What's the reasoning behind canceling treks?
This might be a special case, but the reason they gave was that there weren't enough people signed up to make it cost-effective. This was the canceled Bangkok trip, which turned into Australia, but apparently there wasn't enough interest. In any case, I'm just glad that I'll be able to go somewhere that's close to a beach, even though that beach may not be exactly pristine. _________________
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Re: ADMITTED ROSS CLASS 2012
05 Jul 2010, 20:04
http://blog.ryandumlao.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/IMG_20130807_232118.jpg The GMAT is the biggest point of worry for most aspiring applicants, and with good reason. It’s another standardized test when most of us...