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# Calling all Emory applicants Fall 2010

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27 Mar 2010, 21:27
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As promised, I'll give you a recap. I just got back to the hotel after the last of many activities. For those who couldn't make it, I'm sorry. You missed out on a very good time. For those of you here who did attend, I'm sure we probably met and didn't know it.

My big takeaway of the weekend is not something you'd see on a webcast. It's these three things:

1) Faculty, staff and students all care about you as a person. This is the friendliest network of people you'll ever meet. It's social, it's fun, everyone has a great time, although they work hard too. It's definitely a very personal place, you're not a number, and you will be known.

2) They stressed how great and strong the alumni network is. The idea is that since they're a smaller program, their alums care more. It's a family that you look out for. People are responsive when you send them an email as a student and they do what they can to help out. Obviously, you're expected to do likewise when you're an alum.

3) You develop as a leader. Expect to be placed in situations that you're not used to, and stretched to become comfortable in roles that you otherwise wouldn't be comfortable in right now. You develop strong interpersonal skills and become a better people person.

So those were my big takeaways. As a whole, I was very impressed with the program.

Don't ask me for a decision where I'm going.... I don't know yet.
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28 Mar 2010, 10:02
LetsGoMets wrote:
As promised, I'll give you a recap. I just got back to the hotel after the last of many activities. For those who couldn't make it, I'm sorry. You missed out on a very good time. For those of you here who did attend, I'm sure we probably met and didn't know it.

My big takeaway of the weekend is not something you'd see on a webcast. It's these three things:

1) Faculty, staff and students all care about you as a person. This is the friendliest network of people you'll ever meet. It's social, it's fun, everyone has a great time, although they work hard too. It's definitely a very personal place, you're not a number, and you will be known.

2) They stressed how great and strong the alumni network is. The idea is that since they're a smaller program, their alums care more. It's a family that you look out for. People are responsive when you send them an email as a student and they do what they can to help out. Obviously, you're expected to do likewise when you're an alum.

3) You develop as a leader. Expect to be placed in situations that you're not used to, and stretched to become comfortable in roles that you otherwise wouldn't be comfortable in right now. You develop strong interpersonal skills and become a better people person.

So those were my big takeaways. As a whole, I was very impressed with the program.

Don't ask me for a decision where I'm going.... I don't know yet.

Thanks!
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08 Apr 2010, 12:11

Any research on where to live???
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08 Apr 2010, 12:26
If I do wind up at Emory, I'll live at Post Briarcliff. It's not too far, pretty affordable, and the apartments are nice.

Lots of current students addressed this at welcome weekend. Between the law, med, and b-schools, there's a huge grad-student community at Post Briarcliff. They mentioned a few other places too, but I wasn't really paying much attention at that point.
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08 Apr 2010, 12:34
LetsGoMets wrote:
If I do wind up at Emory, I'll live at Post Briarcliff. It's not too far, pretty affordable, and the apartments are nice.

Lots of current students addressed this at welcome weekend. Between the law, med, and b-schools, there's a huge grad-student community at Post Briarcliff. They mentioned a few other places too, but I wasn't really paying much attention at that point.

I would definetely need a car if I live at Post Briarcliff...

Am I right?
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08 Apr 2010, 12:39
I suppose you could find someone to carpool with, but yes, you'd need a car.
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08 Apr 2010, 13:06
LetsGoMets wrote:
If I do wind up at Emory, I'll live at Post Briarcliff. It's not too far, pretty affordable, and the apartments are nice.

Lots of current students addressed this at welcome weekend. Between the law, med, and b-schools, there's a huge grad-student community at Post Briarcliff. They mentioned a few other places too, but I wasn't really paying much attention at that point.

Funny thing. I live there as well
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08 Apr 2010, 15:41
The deadline for my deposit is Monday!

What's everyone else going to do?
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09 Apr 2010, 06:59
I have also heard of Campus Crossings at Brircliff...but I just found out they had a big "flood" in January from the 4th floor which really messed up the place...

Anyone has info on this?

Campus Crossings is closer to Goizueta
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14 Apr 2010, 05:52
Can someone please let me know when the financial deposits are due if you decide to attend in the fall? I'm still WL, and I'm trying to time my communication with the Adcom to keep their minds fresh about my intent to attend the school if I'm given the opportunity. Your help is appreciated. Thanks.
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17 Apr 2010, 20:29
turbo,

The first deposit due date is a function of when you find out you've been admitted and whether you're domestic or international.

At this point, you'll get about 2-4 weeks to make a deposit after being admitted, and if you find out after june 1st, you have 1 week to decide. I don't know that there's any strategy involved in timing your calls to admissions. If you have something relevant to tell them, I'm sure they'd be glad to hear from you.
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26 May 2010, 15:41
I'm officially going to Emory. See y'all there in late July/August.
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30 May 2010, 13:49
Hey Guys,
Got the call finally, I am in with $$. I am a R2 applicant who was waitlisted, very pleasently surprised with$$ inspite of a wait listing. Super excited. Ill see you folks in late July.
Is any admit on the forum an International, I have some visa related Q's. Appreciate your help. Thanks
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31 May 2010, 06:26
I'm still stuck on the Wl =( The Adcom wants me to take the GMAT again since I got a 610. I haven't had time to do so b/c I've been craming for the CFA lvl 2. If I wasn't taking the CFA I would gladly take the GMAT again soon. However I'm afraid I might be burned out after the CFA exam. I've been cramming for this exam like crazy...any thoughts or comments? What should I do?
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31 May 2010, 07:16
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I'm still stuck on the Wl =( The Adcom wants me to take the GMAT again since I got a 610. I haven't had time to do so b/c I've been craming for the CFA lvl 2. If I wasn't taking the CFA I would gladly take the GMAT again soon. However I'm afraid I might be burned out after the CFA exam. I've been cramming for this exam like crazy...any thoughts or comments? What should I do?

Figure out what your priorities are, and if it's going to Emory, take the GMAT again. The GMAT is very easy in comparison to the CFA, albeit very different.

CFA level 2 is awful. I hated that test. Good Luck next weekend.
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31 May 2010, 18:38
It's funny because everyone keeps telling me the GMAT is so easy compared to the CFA. However I feel that it's not an apple to apple comparison. I actually find that I do better on CFA than I do on GMAT. In fact, if you see my scores, it's not the math portion of the GMAT that I'm weak on. It's actually the verbal. Me no espeak-a English..
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31 May 2010, 19:48
You're right that's it's not apples to apples.

But, you write pretty well, and I'm sure your understanding of the language is fine. My verbal skills weren't all that great either, but I found the verbal section to be very coachable. As someone who took both tests, I say very comfortably that I'd much rather sit through the GMAT again rather than the CFA.

There are ways to prepare for the verbal section of the GMAT and there of lots of resources on this site. I still think my advice is valid - Emory told you that you need a higher verbal score (per your post). If you want to get in there, take the test again. You're in a good position here; the school told you exactly what they need to see for you to gain admission. Just think about how great that would have been if a school told applicants ahead of time, "from you, we need to see x, y, and z and you're in". You know what you need to do. Figure out if you want to go there and if you do, then study and crush the test.
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01 Jun 2010, 05:17
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You're right that's it's not apples to apples.

But, you write pretty well, and I'm sure your understanding of the language is fine. My verbal skills weren't all that great either, but I found the verbal section to be very coachable. As someone who took both tests, I say very comfortably that I'd much rather sit through the GMAT again rather than the CFA.

There are ways to prepare for the verbal section of the GMAT and there of lots of resources on this site. I still think my advice is valid - Emory told you that you need a higher verbal score (per your post). If you want to get in there, take the test again. You're in a good position here; the school told you exactly what they need to see for you to gain admission. Just think about how great that would have been if a school told applicants ahead of time, "from you, we need to see x, y, and z and you're in". You know what you need to do. Figure out if you want to go there and if you do, then study and crush the test.

Yes, in part I should be greatful that the Adcom told me exactly what I need to gain admission. I was just afraid I would run out of gas after the CFA exam. This year has been so stressful for me since I've taken 3 GMAT exams and gone through the entire B-School procedure, and now I will be taking the CFA exam next week. Just a lot in 1 year IMO. However, if I do decide I have enough energy to study for the GMAT one last time, do you think I should write a letter back to the Adcom letting them know in advance that I will be sitting through the GMAT exam again? and give them a specific date? I was just wondering if this was necessary in case they decide to reject me before I actually have a chance to take the GMAT again.
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02 Jun 2010, 04:35
[quote="mrturbo311] However, if I do decide I have enough energy to study for the GMAT one last time, do you think I should write a letter back to the Adcom letting them know in advance that I will be sitting through the GMAT exam again? and give them a specific date? I was just wondering if this was necessary in case they decide to reject me before I actually have a chance to take the GMAT again.[/quote]

IMHO, you must inform the adcom. One of my target schools pretty much told me to do the same and they were candid enough to give me a time frame, within which i need to up my score.

My giving them a heads up on your GMAT date, you are showing them your interest and intent of making it to the class of 2012, which is always appreciated.

Good luck.
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08 Jun 2010, 08:02
Hey everyone, I'm looking for a roommate to live in Post Briarcliff. Anyone interested? I've already put a deposit on a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apto. PM if you are.
See you guys in July!
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