This is first post, on GMATClub. I really think this website is going to be a great resource for my GMAT preparation.
I have been talking to a a recruiter for the school I really want to get into. He suggested that I attend a graduate programs information reception tonight for any questions I have about the program. There are going to be admissions staff there along with current students who are attending the school.
What kind of questions should I ask both the admissions staff and the current students? So far, I was thinking about asking basic questions like:
For the current students:
-What's experience like here?
-What are the class rooms like?
-What did you do get admission here?
For the admission staff:
-I'm a California resident and I just move to NY. Would it look better for me to become a resident of NY to apply to this University?
Any more suggestions from you guys would help!
I want to show them that I really want to attend this University. I just moved here to Rochester, NY and the University is less than a mile away so it would be really convenient. I think this would be a really good opportunity for me to network so I really want to make a good impression.
Currently, I'm prepping for GMAT exam and I am planning to apply for the 2013 year. The school's name is University of Rochester's Simon school of business.
I am interested in their MS: Accounting program. I have a 3.0 overall GPA and a 3.2 Accounting GPA, undergrad major: Business Administration: Concentration Accounting, American citizen
Their full time class profile looks like:
Enrolled MS Students: 189
Average Age: 24
Countries of Origin (non-US citizens): 21
Middle 80% range: 610-760
Middle 80% range: 2.8-3.8
Any help would really appreciated!
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