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Application Deadlines 2011–2012
Round 1 Oct. 17, 2011 ; Interviews : mid-Nov
Round 2 Jan. 12, 2012 ; Interviews : Feb
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Round 1: Dec 21, 2011
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Share your perspective on leadership in the workplace and describe how it has been shaped by the increasing influence of globalization. (500 words maximum)

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1: At Darden, a core part of your academic experience is your participation in and contributions to your learning team. What will you contribute to your team? (150 words maximum)

2: If you were on an elevator with your dream company CEO or angel investor, what would you tell him/her about your professional ambitions and goals? (150 words maximum)


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Re: Calling all Darden Fall 2012 Applicants !!! [#permalink] New post 26 Jul 2011, 08:39
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Thank you so much Bakfed. I couldnt have expected a better answer to my questions.

Specially like your response regarding the essays,
I have already scrapped 2 essays because i felt they were not upto the mark. Working on the third one and trying to weave it around a personal experience.

Do you think i will gain advantage applying early before the Round 1 deadline ? cause darden has rolling admissions..

I really wanted to know your motivation/ background and work ex :P ... just to know more about people who are there where i aim to be.


I don't think it would make much of a difference between round 1 or round 2, at least not through any of the literature I read when I was applying. I know plenty of people who got in round 1, as well as round 2. So I don't think you're standing at a disadvantage simply because it's round 2. However, there are 'personal differences' between 1 and 2 and here's my take:

For round 1, you're new. You're a freshie. You know practically nothing about the school application. You're simply shooting darts in the dark and asking a newborn monkey to sing and dance (ok, not that bad but you get the point). Unless you hire an admissions consultant, you're really on your own in terms of your application. How to best word the essay or how to best describe your extracurricular activities/awards on the application are going to be a mystery. So basically, at the end of the day, you're still fairly new. That means your application is only going to look better and better, with each application as a real-time practice round. So if you're keen on going to Darden, you may not want to work on that application first.

For round 2, you're like a junior in high school. No longer the freshman who gets punked on. You know a lot more about what you're doing and what you should be expecting to do. Chances are, you will turn in even better applications than those of round 1. But anxiety is going to run wild in round 2. Not only are the deadlines set in January of 2012 (for you), but you'll also be hearing how your friends and people on GC got into their schools in round 1. This sets a panic attack (for some) and is not a good feeling. For round 2, if you weren't successful in round 1, this is practically your last chance for admission (given the fact that round 3 is a dead fish in the water for most applicants). If round 2 doesn't work out, you're basically out of luck for one whole year and the whole process starts all over again. Unlike round 1, which has round 2 to back itself up, round 2'ers don't get a 'third' chance.

There's my simple take on round 1 and 2.

As for me, I graduated with a biology degree thinking that I was going into med/research. But it was only after I started doing research that I realized it's not what I want. After graduating from college, I started to work at weird jobs until I was able to land a more of a corporate position with a global pharmaceutical company. I wasn't thinking about b-school when the offer letter came from the pharma company, and I was really only thinking about how I don't have to worry anymore about life. My work at the company aligns with the operations department - ensuring that the workflow in and from pre-clinical drug can be initiated, developed, and transformed to clinical trials with minimum hiccups. While I don't work on the bench, I support the scientists in their everyday lives and make sure that we're able to make the company a first-rate company and reducing cost (of commodity, of consumable, and of equipment) without sacrificing scientific function. Then after several months (to a year), I got a bit bored at my position. At that point, I started to think about what I wanted to do as the next part of my life and while I explored, b-school came on the radar and as I read more about what b-school entails, I grew more interested. So then I studied for GMAT and eventually took a huge leap of faith and went for b-school admission.
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Re: Darden 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 19 Oct 2011, 10:51
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Darden has given some indication on interview notifications on their blog:

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Question: I just submitted my Round 1 application a few days ago. When will interview invitations start going out from Darden?

Answer: Interview invitations will not start to go out until later next week, but please keep in mind that we invite applicants for interviews on a rolling basis (as we review the applications) all the way up to the decision deadline date.


Here's the link: http://blogs.darden.virginia.edu/admissions/
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Hey guys,

I just wanted to share my experience with those who got dinged and waitlisted. I was waitlisted last year at Darden and even though I retook and improved my gmat, wrote email after email I was not able to convert to an admit. I got waitlisted or dinged at all other schools I applied to as well. It was pretty crushing, especially because I had interviews almost everywhere else. And this year I got admitted. So don't give up hope, especially if this is your first year applying. We all describe ourselves as the future superstar business leaders of the world - yada yada. But what would a real leader do faced with a setback even a defeat? Take a day off, drink some bourbon, eat some ice cream. And then plan your next move Anyway, i don't meant to lecture or say I have all the answers, I just know how it feels like, but I also know its not the end of the world. Stay strong friends
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To reinforce the fact that invites are rolling at Darden, when offered an invite, I was only given five days to choose from (Feb 6, 13, 14, 16, and 17) and six available times each day. I would assume that later dates are reserved for people that receive invites at a later point in time, which makes sense as a way for Darden to manage the burden on the AdCom. If others have similar limited schedules to choose from, I think this points to the fact that many invites remain to be extended. By all means keep hope.
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Just got the call!!!
Located in NE

Last 5 months of the app process has been a great journey, a humbling one.
I got 6 straight out rejections 1 WL and finally Darden came through...

I felt great during my visit at Darden, and will be matriculating this fall.

Good luck to those who are still waiting!
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krzt wrote:
Good to know about the grading stuff. I'm a bit shy in large groups, but I guess I'm going to have to amp it up for class :).

How do you generally spend your weekends? Is it a lot of prepping for the next week or do you get a good amount of personal down time and time to socialize? And if classes go through Thursday, is Friday usually filled with career oriented stuff?


Honestly, and this is resonated even with the Darden faculty, don't worry about grades. As long as you're saying something (whether it's useful or not is a different story) and you do ok on your exam, you'll pass. However, if your gunning for straight A's, you will definitely need to speak more often than not.

Weekends are typically just personal down time. Some folks go out of town and visit nearby counties; some go to vineyards to 'detox' a bit; some start their case prep for the following week. The point is - weekends are typically yours to burn and you'll get to decide on how you burn it (Sundays, though, are the day that people get back into learning mode since learning teams will meet on Sunday 7pm to prep for Monday's cases). And yes, classes go through Thursday and Fridays are usually filled with school-related or career-oriented stuff. When you begin school, Fridays are typically used for mandatory seminars where professionals come and speak to the class about how to get through these two years of MBA. These are fun seminars as the speakers are usually very upbeat. Then there are career-related materials as well that occur sporadically on Fridays. When recruiting hits hard, there are also receptions and dinners and conferences that will occur on Fridays and the weekends.

Your weekends are going to heavily depend on how you want to spend it and what your career aspiration is. For ibanking and consulting, there will be a bit more networking events than those of marketing and general management. Darden also has various events that you may choose to participate in but they're voluntary. So you'll definitely have your personal time should you choose to.
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Hi Bakfed,

Is it necessary to show involvement to an prganization. I have not been a part of any organization outside my work but am a musician who performs shows with his band in hotels .. Does Darden value that kind of involvement?


Yes, I believe so. I wouldn't worry too much about not being involved with organizations outside of work. AdComs completely understand that it's quite impossible to always be involved, especially for bankers and consultants (mainly because the # of hours they work). However, think about it this way - if one person works a very regular 8-to-5 job, 40 hours a week, and for the past 5 years, did not get involved with any organizations, and compare that to a person who has the same type of job, but had been contributing to his community for 4 years straight, who's the adcom going to pick if all else equals? So think in terms like that. If you haven't done anything, I wouldn't necessarily rule yourself out. But any uniqueness about yourself should be stated. If performing is your talent and passion, and that's what you dedicated your "off" time to, by all means, showcase that! But be prepared to explain it in interview, as well as be prepare to have prove when asked for.
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Has it occured to anyone that there isn't really any space to address the 'Why Darden' and 'Why MBA' questions in the Darden application?

I just realized this, as I was looking over yet another draft of my essays. With the stringent word limits, I am barely able to answer the question asked, let alone mention why I love Darden.

In which part of the application are you showing the love for Darden? Any thoughts?


I spoke with a member of the ADCOM about this. She said "We got tired of reading about how great the case-method was. It was the same response each year. When you come to interview, that's your chance to show off all your Darden knowledge."
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Hey Folks -

Just wanted to chime in here and offer up some help since Darden is really putting everyone to the test this year. One question? BOLD MOVE. Darden is really forcing applicants to think, to be strategic, and to put their best foot forward. And they're making it harder than most other schools, who offer applicants a few chances to say what they gotta say and show who they are.

So...with all that pressure, what do you? How do you answer? Where do you start?

How about here: http://www.precisionessay.com/2011/08/2 ... nalysis-2/

We dug into the Darden question (deep) and have a few ideas. Hope that's helpful!
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Are there any guidelines for formatting the essays- line spacing etc?


I do not believe there is any guidelines. What's going to happen is even if you type it out in Word first, when you copy/paste into Simplicity, everything becomes a "wordpad" type of essay. You can go in and put in indentation is you'd like, but single space would certainly be fine (at least that was last year's format). Either way though, it will be the content of the essay(s) that will matter, not the single/double indentation/none.
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For the elevator pitch essay, do we include short term career goals or is long-term vision better. It is tricky because if your choosing "dream company" then you mention short-term. However, if angel investor then long-term. I am a little bemused thinking whether both goals can be written?

Any suggestions.


I would pick an avenue (dream company or angel investor) and use the best goals that make sense with that situation. If you are doing angel investor and your long term goal is to start a company, I would focus on that. If its your dream company, it would really depend where that company fits into your future plans, short/long or somewhere in between. I think the key here is to tell a story that is concise and can express your passion for your goals.
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I haven't submitted yet. I want to insert a different resume than the one I originally uploaded. I just changed a couple of words, but Simplicity apparently doesn't allow you to delete an uploaded document. Is anybody else running into this challenge? Am I doing something wrong?


I also changed my resume slightly. I however simply replaced the existing one on Simplicity. Just below my essay, there was a button saying "Choose File", I clicked on it, gave the new file name and did a "Save and Continue...(to the next page)" and it worked like a charm..I don't think there's any option to delete any document once you've uploaded it to Simplicity, you can only update it..

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From my conversation with the admissions representative, It looks like the invitations for interview will be sent out starting from tomorrow... Keeping my fingers crossed..
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Is there any way to confirm that your application has been submitted for round one other than the fact that the application status changes to "application submitted" prior to the round one deadline?

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I got an automated "Application Submitted" e-mail the day I submitted mine.
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Is there any way to confirm that your application has been submitted for round one other than the fact that the application status changes to "application submitted" prior to the round one deadline?

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If you submitted before the R1 deadline tab disappeared from simplicity, you were in time..
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Congrats! Thanks for sharing. Did they lead off with 30 minutes for you to tell them about yourself, or did they facilitate the entire interview with normal questions?


Standard tell us about yourself question - I probably went for about 15 minutes or so. I did not ask them if they wanted to hear a 30 minute speech, in hindsight that was a good thing because I am afraid I would have rambled on if I had to fill 30 minutes. Some follow up questions afterwards, why MBA, why Darden, personal passions, professional aspirations etc.

Do you have your interview soon?
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I completely second xzeppelin's interview experience and what he mentions regarding the interview process.

I had my interview via Skype. Unfortunately for me it was only for 30 minutes. There was only one basic question. Tell me about yourself in a chronological manner. Anything that you want to cover is fair game. So I spoke a bit about my family, schooling, college & work and how each one had impacted my personality. I was running short of time and that's why we could only devote about 5-7 minutes for the Why MBA & Why Darden questions. That was followed by 2-3 minutes of me asking some questions. Overall the interview was very conversational. There was no cross-questioning and none of Why this or Why that stuff...

Keep a photo ID handy. The interviewer will check your photo ID right at the beginning. This is mentioned quite clearly in the mail that Darden sends but thought of pointing it out nevertheless.

Bottomline - Keep your story ready - cradle to interview chair. And be prepared to tailor it based on the time. You could be asked for a 15 minute monologue or a 45 minute monologue. I had a tough time incorporating all elements of my story within the time limit.

The interviewer said that the process they normally follow is like this-
1. Two reviewers read your file and if both of them give their consent, the applicant is invited for interview.
2. A third reviewer, who hasn't read your file interviews you and after the interview proceeds to read your file. (The interviewer will continuously take notes during the interview for this reason, be prepared to be talking to his / her hair while he / she is busy taking notes)
3. Based on the interview and the third reviewer's assessment of the file, the file will be finally handed over to the Director of admissions.
4. The Director will finally take into account all the three reviewer's assessments before passing a final judgement on the application.

I think I covered it all. Let me know if any questions!
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