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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2013, 11:00
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How long would you recommend to wait before re-aplying?

Does it makes sense to reapply for R1 if dinged after interview in R2 last year or is it too early? (I believe my application is stronger since i have been promoted recently)

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A Rd 1 app sends a strong signal that you are motivated, that you've got your act together, and that Booth is a first choice. We always recommend Rd 1 for reapplicants. A promotion does help show improvement to the profile, and Booth is reapplicant-friendly.

Good luck with it!

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All right - it makes sense! Just have to finish my reap. essay then!

Thank you for you help :)
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 08 Sep 2013, 17:55
Guys, does Booth actually have recommender questions or do they just need a generic one without specific questions?
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 09 Sep 2013, 06:47
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Guys, does Booth actually have recommender questions or do they just need a generic one without specific questions?
None of the schools want a "generic" recommendation; all ask specific questions. Recommendations must always be written individually, one for each school.

This page describes what Booth asks the recommenders:

http://www.chicagobooth.edu/programs/full-time/admissions/apply/letters-of-recommendation

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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 10 Sep 2013, 20:44
We are a little more than 3 weeks away from Round 1 deadlines! How's everyone doing out here?
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 10 Sep 2013, 21:11
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We are a little more than 3 weeks away from Round 1 deadlines! How's everyone doing out here?


Heya, nice to see you back. And good to know that RW was fun!

I'm in 'wrestle with the ppt' phase. Its not exactly like a work ppt, so I'm a bit confused on how much text should go into it. My current version has tons of it. So, still thinking whether I should keep it or trim it.

Hope school's fun :)
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We are a little more than 3 weeks away from Round 1 deadlines! How's everyone doing out here?


Heya, nice to see you back. And good to know that RW was fun!

I'm in 'wrestle with the ppt' phase. Its not exactly like a work ppt, and after seeing a few samples, I'm a bit confused on how much text should go into it. My current version has tons of it. So, still thinking whether I should keep it or trim it.

Hope school's fun :)


Oh yeah, I wrestled quite a bit with the ppt. Took days to get an idea and finally put together the slides literally at the 11th hour. I remember that Cheetarah's advice was spot on in deciding the content . As for the amount of text, well I think only you can make that call. Powerpoint in the end is just a tool, and if you think your target audience can effectively process your message with more text, then go for it. Personally, I prefer very little text, because I can communicate more effectively with pictures and one liners, but that's just my style. Boothies have gotten in with both kinds of ppts. Just don't fall on the ends of the spectrum, i.e waaay too much text or waay too many pictures and annoying clip art.

School is awesome :-D got orientation going on. Today we had faculty come and sell us on why we should take their courses. Tomorrow we get to lunch with them. My inner nerd is excited. And Boothies sure know how to party! Anyhoo, good luck to GMATclubbers this season! We are rooting for you!
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 14 Sep 2013, 08:39
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We are a little more than 3 weeks away from Round 1 deadlines! How's everyone doing out here?


Heya, nice to see you back. And good to know that RW was fun!

I'm in 'wrestle with the ppt' phase. Its not exactly like a work ppt, and after seeing a few samples, I'm a bit confused on how much text should go into it. My current version has tons of it. So, still thinking whether I should keep it or trim it.

Hope school's fun :)


Oh yeah, I wrestled quite a bit with the ppt. Took days to get an idea and finally put together the slides literally at the 11th hour. I remember that Cheetarah's advice was spot on in deciding the content . As for the amount of text, well I think only you can make that call. Powerpoint in the end is just a tool, and if you think your target audience can effectively process your message with more text, then go for it. Personally, I prefer very little text, because I can communicate more effectively with pictures and one liners, but that's just my style. Boothies have gotten in with both kinds of ppts. Just don't fall on the ends of the spectrum, i.e waaay too much text or waay too many pictures and annoying clip art.

School is awesome :-D got orientation going on. Today we had faculty come and sell us on why we should take their courses. Tomorrow we get to lunch with them. My inner nerd is excited. And Boothies sure know how to party! Anyhoo, good luck to GMATclubbers this season! We are rooting for you!


Congrats on your admit and it's great to see you are enjoying school thus far! Application is underway, but it's going to be a long couple weeks for me to crank it out. Quick question - what are you referring to when you say "Cheetarah's advice was spot on" for the ppt? I am struggling with coming up with a strong strategy for this section. Thanks!
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 14 Sep 2013, 08:44
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A couple quick application-related questions:

2) They also ask about "Spouse/SO" information. The options include married, single, domestic partner, and unspecified. I am currently engaged and will be married prior to matriculation. I am unsure what I should fill out. Engaged is not an option in the drop-down. Do I include my fiancé's information or leave it blank all together?

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I've asked that question before too and the three schools where I've asked that question all have said put down single. I just added it to my resume in the "about me" section that I'm engaged, plus it takes up one of my slides in my "about me" presentation so the admission committee definitely knows I'm engaged :lol:

Of course, I sent in my application last week and if the admission committee vilifies me for not only taking the GRE instead of the GMAT but also because I didn't put down my fiancee as "unspecified", I'll let you know.


The schools actually want to know you're engaged and a few of them even have an option in this question that says "will be married before matriculating" or something; this is a common situation. You should ask Booth specifically - please do NOT put single. We would be very surprised if that's what they want. If you are living together then you could choose "domestic partner". Even "unspecified" is better than "single"; "single" is misleading and inaccurate (and how would your fiance feel if s/he knew that's how you answered!!! :lol: ).

Also marital status does not go on an American resume; in the U.S. there are anti-discrimination laws that apply and it's not appropriate for anyone to ask about it. It's not relevant and it shouldn't be there. It could go in the PPT but nothing that's so personal should ever be on the resume.

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Sorry for the delayed response. Booth's application is a drop down field and the options are 'Married, Domestic Partner, Single, Unspecified." Would it make sense to leave this field blank, but then fill out the information below about her (name/job/level of education) without specifying our relationship? I am just not sure what the best approach is? Thanks!

(Yes, I agree that this is not a "make it or break it" type situation, but I still wouldn't mind hearing opinions.)
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 14 Sep 2013, 09:28
Anyone going to Chicago Booth Live on Oct 11?
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 15 Sep 2013, 22:37
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jumsumtak wrote:

Heya, nice to see you back. And good to know that RW was fun!

I'm in 'wrestle with the ppt' phase. Its not exactly like a work ppt, and after seeing a few samples, I'm a bit confused on how much text should go into it. My current version has tons of it. So, still thinking whether I should keep it or trim it.

Hope school's fun :)


Oh yeah, I wrestled quite a bit with the ppt. Took days to get an idea and finally put together the slides literally at the 11th hour. I remember that Cheetarah's advice was spot on in deciding the content . As for the amount of text, well I think only you can make that call. Powerpoint in the end is just a tool, and if you think your target audience can effectively process your message with more text, then go for it. Personally, I prefer very little text, because I can communicate more effectively with pictures and one liners, but that's just my style. Boothies have gotten in with both kinds of ppts. Just don't fall on the ends of the spectrum, i.e waaay too much text or waay too many pictures and annoying clip art.

School is awesome :-D got orientation going on. Today we had faculty come and sell us on why we should take their courses. Tomorrow we get to lunch with them. My inner nerd is excited. And Boothies sure know how to party! Anyhoo, good luck to GMATclubbers this season! We are rooting for you!


Congrats on your admit and it's great to see you are enjoying school thus far! Application is underway, but it's going to be a long couple weeks for me to crank it out. Quick question - what are you referring to when you say "Cheetarah's advice was spot on" for the ppt? I am struggling with coming up with a strong strategy for this section. Thanks!


I think Pru meant one of my blog posts http://cheetarah1980.blogspot.fr/2012/09/fill-in-blanks.html#more. I can't think of anything else she's referring to because I give the same advice anytime someone asks.
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 16 Sep 2013, 10:37
After 48 hours of brainstorming, sketching and looking around for inspiration, I finally got an idea and finished my powerpoint. I don't know if I'd call it "fun", but it definitely felt more creative and genuine than some of the other essays I've written. I'm no graphic designer by any stretch of the term, but I managed to implement at least some sort of aesthetic design.

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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 16 Sep 2013, 19:37
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After 48 hours of brainstorming, sketching and looking around for inspiration, I finally got an idea and finished my powerpoint. I don't know if I'd call it "fun", but it definitely felt more creative and genuine than some of the other essays I've written. I'm no graphic designer by any stretch of the term, but I managed to implement at least some sort of aesthetic design.

Glad that's over.

Nice Work! It appears I'm 48 hours behind you. Currently staring at my screen looking for inspiration...

(Thanks Cheetarah - I found your blog-post helpful!)
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 17 Sep 2013, 17:06
Two quick questions.

1) I had a part-time job at the on-campus student store during college to pay for rent and expenses. I had a pretty significant leadership role at the store (created weekly schedule for staff, interviewed new hires, trained new hires, etc.). The Chicago app's work experience section only asks for full-time work experience. I was wondering if i should add this as a "college activity" in the Activities Section. I emailed the admissions office, and they said "Feel free to enter any work experience you would like us to review." For some reason, I still have doubts about entering this paid activity as a "college activity." It's not something that is worthy enough for the Optional Essay, but it was an activity that took up a significant amount of my time during college and helped me develop leadership skills, so I feel like it is worth mention. It should be noted that it is on my resume though, so maybe it doesn't need to be repeated in the actual app? What do you guys think?

2) "The second letter can be professional in nature or from an organization, club, or volunteer project with which you are associated. These letters can give us a different perspective of your skill-sets outside of your professional environment. There is no preference on who supplies your second letter of recommendation; our only guideline is that it should add new and valuable insights to your application." So does this mean that the second reference letter should not discuss the applicant in the context of the professional environment, even if the second reference is "professional in nature?" It says the only guideline is it should add new insights, so I take that as the two recs, if both are from professional supervisors, shouldn't repeat the same thing. Would it be acceptable if my first rec focused on my analytical abilities/performance while by second rec focused on personal qualities like drive/ambition for example? They would both be from professional supervisors though.
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 18 Sep 2013, 05:55
@Swoosh617:

1. We suggest putting the job on the resume. That doesn't fit into the "school leadership" category as we think of it. Working during the school year is still relevant so it's worth including it. It's up to you if you put it within the online app itself but it doesn't seem like it quite qualifies.

2. Your rec strategy sounds fine. Two professional recs is often the way to go; sometimes people use a non-professional rec and it just doesn't convey info that's as strong as if they went with two from work. Don't try to introduce diversity for diversity's sake in the choice of recommenders.
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 18 Sep 2013, 14:07
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Two quick questions.

1) I had a part-time job at the on-campus student store during college to pay for rent and expenses. I had a pretty significant leadership role at the store (created weekly schedule for staff, interviewed new hires, trained new hires, etc.). The Chicago app's work experience section only asks for full-time work experience. I was wondering if i should add this as a "college activity" in the Activities Section. I emailed the admissions office, and they said "Feel free to enter any work experience you would like us to review." For some reason, I still have doubts about entering this paid activity as a "college activity." It's not something that is worthy enough for the Optional Essay, but it was an activity that took up a significant amount of my time during college and helped me develop leadership skills, so I feel like it is worth mention. It should be noted that it is on my resume though, so maybe it doesn't need to be repeated in the actual app? What do you guys think?

2) "The second letter can be professional in nature or from an organization, club, or volunteer project with which you are associated. These letters can give us a different perspective of your skill-sets outside of your professional environment. There is no preference on who supplies your second letter of recommendation; our only guideline is that it should add new and valuable insights to your application." So does this mean that the second reference letter should not discuss the applicant in the context of the professional environment, even if the second reference is "professional in nature?" It says the only guideline is it should add new insights, so I take that as the two recs, if both are from professional supervisors, shouldn't repeat the same thing. Would it be acceptable if my first rec focused on my analytical abilities/performance while by second rec focused on personal qualities like drive/ambition for example? They would both be from professional supervisors though.


In regard to your second question I think it all depends on your overall app strategy. I applied with a recommendation from my current supervisor and another from the executive director of a non-profit that I volunteered with. This made sense for me because I had stated career goals in the social impact arena so the 2nd recommendation helped round out that part of my story.

As ES said, don't go looking for different recommenders just for the sake of having them. Think about what you want communicated in your application and if you feel that 2 recommenders from work best accomplish that then go for it. If you think someone you've worked with in a professional capacity outside of your job can shed some additional light on you candidacy go for them. Don't just think in terms of where you've been thus far. Also consider where you're telling Booth you're trying to go. If you have a recommender who can help tell that story then it's a good idea to use them. Hope this helps.
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 18 Sep 2013, 19:12
I think Pru meant one of my blog posts http://cheetarah1980.blogspot.fr/2012/09/fill-in-blanks.html#more. I can't think of anything else she's referring to because I give the same advice anytime someone asks.[/quote]

Sorry, I was at LEAD. Yup, that's the post I was talking about.
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 21 Sep 2013, 13:26
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A couple quick application-related questions:

1) They ask for a "description" after asking for the company website when you are populating your experience information. Does that mean a description of the company, a description of your job function, or both?

Thanks!


Anyone have any insight on this? We are given 700 characters to fill out this section. It is in the 'edit employer' section, in the work experience tab. The questions above it ask for Organization name, location, dates of employment, position, comp, function, and website. I just don't want to "waste" this section answering the wrong question. Thanks!
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 21 Sep 2013, 15:16
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A couple quick application-related questions:

1) They ask for a "description" after asking for the company website when you are populating your experience information. Does that mean a description of the company, a description of your job function, or both?

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Anyone have any insight on this? We are given 700 characters to fill out this section. It is in the 'edit employer' section, in the work experience tab. The questions above it ask for Organization name, location, dates of employment, position, comp, function, and website. I just don't want to "waste" this section answering the wrong question. Thanks!


I did a one sentence description of my company, mostly because some of my companies are smaller companies that aren't that well known outside of my description. Then I wrote about some of my day to day responsibilities, my promotions/awards and my greatest hits. I then concluded with a line about why I left to go to my next job.
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 21 Sep 2013, 15:52
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A couple quick application-related questions:

1) They ask for a "description" after asking for the company website when you are populating your experience information. Does that mean a description of the company, a description of your job function, or both?

Thanks!


Anyone have any insight on this? We are given 700 characters to fill out this section. It is in the 'edit employer' section, in the work experience tab. The questions above it ask for Organization name, location, dates of employment, position, comp, function, and website. I just don't want to "waste" this section answering the wrong question. Thanks!


I did a one sentence description of my company, mostly because some of my companies are smaller companies that aren't that well known outside of my description. Then I wrote about some of my day to day responsibilities, my promotions/awards and my greatest hits. I then concluded with a line about why I left to go to my next job.


Thanks Ward!

I may have misunderstood you, but as an FYI - they do have a different section for "reason for leaving", so you may want to save that portion for this part. Good luck!
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Re: Booth (Chicago): Calling all applicants - Class of 2016 [#permalink] New post 21 Sep 2013, 16:18
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Anyone have any insight on this? We are given 700 characters to fill out this section. It is in the 'edit employer' section, in the work experience tab. The questions above it ask for Organization name, location, dates of employment, position, comp, function, and website. I just don't want to "waste" this section answering the wrong question. Thanks!


I did a one sentence description of my company, mostly because some of my companies are smaller companies that aren't that well known outside of my description. Then I wrote about some of my day to day responsibilities, my promotions/awards and my greatest hits. I then concluded with a line about why I left to go to my next job.


Thanks Ward!

I may have misunderstood you, but as an FYI - they do have a different section for "reason for leaving", so you may want to save that portion for this part. Good luck!


Thanks. Yeah, I just elaborated more about why I left because for a couple of jobs, there was a bit of a story.
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