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Re: Admitted to Chicago Booth Class of 2011 Thread [#permalink] New post 08 Jun 2009, 16:59
It was moved to Business School Life to reduce the clutter in B-school Application forum.
And it makes sense since the discussion now mostly revolves around our preparation for b-school life.

So are we doing this meet up with rhyme before RW and/or school starts, or what?
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Re: Admitted to Chicago Booth Class of 2011 Thread [#permalink] New post 08 Jun 2009, 18:27
xenok wrote:
It was moved to Business School Life to reduce the clutter in B-school Application forum.
And it makes sense since the discussion now mostly revolves around our preparation for b-school life.

So are we doing this meet up with rhyme before RW and/or school starts, or what?

I'm definitely down for a meet-up!
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Re: Admitted to Chicago Booth Class of 2011 Thread [#permalink] New post 08 Jun 2009, 21:59
xenok wrote:
It was moved to Business School Life to reduce the clutter in B-school Application forum.
And it makes sense since the discussion now mostly revolves around our preparation for b-school life.

So are we doing this meet up with rhyme before RW and/or school starts, or what?



I'm in. I'm most likely moving to Chicago Aug 1.
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Re: Admitted to Chicago Booth Class of 2011 Thread [#permalink] New post 09 Jun 2009, 13:10
Hi guys,

Just wanted to let you guys know that after a long period of deliberating with myself I've decided to go to Kellogg. At the end of the day it was just a question of personal fit - I really love both schools but I felt a slightly stronger connection to Kellogg. Hopefully, the waiver I handed in today will allow them to admit one of the guys off of the wait list.

Anyways, you guys are truly awesome and I enjoyed every second in this thread. Good luck and see you in Illinois (where you will no doubt make obvious jokes about how I don't know math...)
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Re: Admitted to Chicago Booth Class of 2011 Thread [#permalink] New post 09 Jun 2009, 16:28
Gil wrote:
Hi guys,

Just wanted to let you guys know that after a long period of deliberating with myself I've decided to go to Kellogg. At the end of the day it was just a question of personal fit - I really love both schools but I felt a slightly stronger connection to Kellogg. Hopefully, the waiver I handed in today will allow them to admit one of the guys off of the wait list.

Anyways, you guys are truly awesome and I enjoyed every second in this thread. Good luck and see you in Illinois (where you will no doubt make obvious jokes about how I don't know math...)

Best of luck at Kellogg, Gil! I'm sure you will enjoy your time there. Perhaps we'll put together some sort of Booth-Kellogg meet-up during the year.
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Re: Admitted to Chicago Booth Class of 2011 Thread [#permalink] New post 09 Jun 2009, 22:07
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Best of luck at Kellogg, Gil! I'm sure you will enjoy your time there. Perhaps we'll put together some sort of Booth-Kellogg meet-up during the year.


Thanks:) Sounds like a great idea!
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Re: Admitted to Chicago Booth Class of 2011 Thread [#permalink] New post 09 Jun 2009, 23:48
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Great idea! Gil, good luck in Kellogg!
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Re: Admitted to Chicago Booth Class of 2011 Thread [#permalink] New post 10 Jun 2009, 17:56
I attended the waitlist chat today. The class is still oversubscribed. There were a bunch of WL candidates in the chat. One/two said they had a job offer/admit at another school etc. The next decision point will be in July'09.
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Re: Admitted to Chicago Booth Class of 2011 Thread [#permalink] New post 28 Jul 2009, 13:23
Well... things have been quiet here for awhile. Hey--question about the academic calendar: is there really a 3+ week break between autumn quarter and winter quarter? Or are there things going on that one would need to be around for? I'm just looking ahead and I could easily get 3 weeks of gainful employment over that period if I didn't have to be around.
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Re: Admitted to Chicago Booth Class of 2011 Thread [#permalink] New post 29 Jul 2009, 08:32
wedbud wrote:
Well... things have been quiet here for awhile. Hey--question about the academic calendar: is there really a 3+ week break between autumn quarter and winter quarter? Or are there things going on that one would need to be around for? I'm just looking ahead and I could easily get 3 weeks of gainful employment over that period if I didn't have to be around.


yea, most people take trips or go on treks during the winter
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