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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 10 Feb 2012, 08:25
Hi Guys,

Does Kellogg offer non co-signor loans for international applicants...Asking this question since the options on the website as here:-
http://www.northwestern.edu/sfs/loan_in ... loans.html
are confusing for me.

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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 10 Feb 2012, 13:13
Finally got my off-campus interview assignment. Did everyone just review their essays, the questions in the Wiki site and those found in this forum? Did anyone buy the Clear Admit guide? I'm wondering if it's any good.
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 10 Feb 2012, 17:49
Got an interviewer waiver couple of hours ago. I am from Bangalore, India.
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 11 Feb 2012, 01:38
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Got an interviewer waiver couple of hours ago. I am from Bangalore, India.


Same here. got a mail yesterday. I'm based in bangalore too. Mind sharing your profile?
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 11 Feb 2012, 16:22
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Hello everyone - I am going to Kellogg next week (arriving Wednesday the 15th lunch/afternoon) and interviewing Thursday lunchtime. I am leaning towards/planning to get a hotel near campus for Wednesday night. Anyone else heading that way and interested in splitting a room? Or perhaps already have one and want to split the cost?

I'm a normal guy, just tired of looking at my dwindling bank account due to travel, app fees, etc.

If it makes sense, shoot me a pm. Either way, good luck everyone.
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If you don't end up finding someone to split costs (and maybe even if you do), I'd recommend the Margarita Inn as a cheap and very unique hotel.
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 12 Feb 2012, 05:53
Well guys I finally had my Kellogg interview (Indian based in Delhi). I thought it went well - the interviewer basically made me walk him through my life, kept prodding me for details and I kept obliging. Overall I was happy with the interview, talked as much as I could!
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 12 Feb 2012, 07:32
vibhav wrote:
Just went through the posts for R1 in this thread.. appears that the interview invites for India started trickling in between 6 through to the 7 week after the part 1 deadline. So i guess the invites should start coming in anytime soon. If you are located in India and get an invite/waiver make it a point to spread the word here!
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hi i am from delhi and i received a waiver from kellogg. Although it says a waiver in no will affect the overall decision on you application and you will not be disadvantaged...

if you see the businessweek page for kellogg...it says...100% of admitted students were interviewed...i dont know how accurate that is... but if it is accurate... getting a waiver does mean that they wouldnt be taking me unless i receive an invite for interview at a later date...right? any opinions guys???
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 12 Feb 2012, 07:33
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Hey everyone! Good to see that there has finally been some movement in terms of interview invites and waivers. I'm currently in Evanston for DAK (Day At Kellogg, the admitted students weekend). Last Thursday night I had dinner with Michelle Rogers, the interim Director of Admissions, and I told her about all of the talk on GMAT Club. She told me personally, that the app volume from R2 is astronomical compared to R1. She said that they got a ton of people submitting Part 1 and Part 2 at the same time so that causes more paper work to be processed at one time and it's taking them a while to get through everything. Michelle even laughed because when she applied to b-school apps were done on paper. She mailed them in and waited for a letter in the mail saying yes, no, or maybe. There were no forums or online apps. She let me know that even though this is difficult for applicants it's much faster now than it was back then.

She even said that a waiver is no big deal at all. So if you got one don't worry about it. It means that they can now review your application and your interview invite will most likely come afterward. I know it's difficult but please be patient. Remember that Kellogg interviews almost everyone so you will likely get your shot. You're dealing with a small team of human beings who can only work but so fast. I highly recommend that you try to forget about it until you hear from them. Trying to judge when your interview or waiver is coming based on GMAT Club is an exercise in futility.



oh thats great...thats actually really comforting....thanks a lot!!! :)
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 12 Feb 2012, 07:57
cheetarah1980 wrote:
Hey everyone! Good to see that there has finally been some movement in terms of interview invites and waivers. I'm currently in Evanston for DAK (Day At Kellogg, the admitted students weekend). Last Thursday night I had dinner with Michelle Rogers, the interim Director of Admissions, and I told her about all of the talk on GMAT Club. She told me personally, that the app volume from R2 is astronomical compared to R1. She said that they got a ton of people submitting Part 1 and Part 2 at the same time so that causes more paper work to be processed at one time and it's taking them a while to get through everything. Michelle even laughed because when she applied to b-school apps were done on paper. She mailed them in and waited for a letter in the mail saying yes, no, or maybe. There were no forums or online apps. She let me know that even though this is difficult for applicants it's much faster now than it was back then.

She even said that a waiver is no big deal at all. So if you got one don't worry about it. It means that they can now review your application and your interview invite will most likely come afterward. I know it's difficult but please be patient. Remember that Kellogg interviews almost everyone so you will likely get your shot. You're dealing with a small team of human beings who can only work but so fast. I highly recommend that you try to forget about it until you hear from them. Trying to judge when your interview or waiver is coming based on GMAT Club is an exercise in futility.


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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 12 Feb 2012, 08:53
Thanks for the recon, Cheetarah. If we ever meet - first beer's on me. I'm guessing a DAK lowdown is forthcoming?
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 12 Feb 2012, 09:53
cheetarah1980 wrote:
Hey everyone! Good to see that there has finally been some movement in terms of interview invites and waivers. I'm currently in Evanston for DAK (Day At Kellogg, the admitted students weekend). Last Thursday night I had dinner with Michelle Rogers, the interim Director of Admissions, and I told her about all of the talk on GMAT Club. She told me personally, that the app volume from R2 is astronomical compared to R1. She said that they got a ton of people submitting Part 1 and Part 2 at the same time so that causes more paper work to be processed at one time and it's taking them a while to get through everything. Michelle even laughed because when she applied to b-school apps were done on paper. She mailed them in and waited for a letter in the mail saying yes, no, or maybe. There were no forums or online apps. She let me know that even though this is difficult for applicants it's much faster now than it was back then.

She even said that a waiver is no big deal at all. So if you got one don't worry about it. It means that they can now review your application and your interview invite will most likely come afterward. I know it's difficult but please be patient. Remember that Kellogg interviews almost everyone so you will likely get your shot. You're dealing with a small team of human beings who can only work but so fast. I highly recommend that you try to forget about it until you hear from them. Trying to judge when your interview or waiver is coming based on GMAT Club is an exercise in futility.


Thanks a ton bro! these words are very soothing!
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 12 Feb 2012, 18:30
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cheetarah1980 wrote:
Hey everyone! Good to see that there has finally been some movement in terms of interview invites and waivers. I'm currently in Evanston for DAK (Day At Kellogg, the admitted students weekend). Last Thursday night I had dinner with Michelle Rogers, the interim Director of Admissions, and I told her about all of the talk on GMAT Club. She told me personally, that the app volume from R2 is astronomical compared to R1. She said that they got a ton of people submitting Part 1 and Part 2 at the same time so that causes more paper work to be processed at one time and it's taking them a while to get through everything. Michelle even laughed because when she applied to b-school apps were done on paper. She mailed them in and waited for a letter in the mail saying yes, no, or maybe. There were no forums or online apps. She let me know that even though this is difficult for applicants it's much faster now than it was back then.

She even said that a waiver is no big deal at all. So if you got one don't worry about it. It means that they can now review your application and your interview invite will most likely come afterward. I know it's difficult but please be patient. Remember that Kellogg interviews almost everyone so you will likely get your shot. You're dealing with a small team of human beings who can only work but so fast. I highly recommend that you try to forget about it until you hear from them. Trying to judge when your interview or waiver is coming based on GMAT Club is an exercise in futility.


Thanks a ton bro! these words are very soothing!


You're welcome. I thought you guys would appreciate hearing straight from the adcom. And FYI, I'm a chick.
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 13 Feb 2012, 07:26
^ oops! sorry! almost forgot almost 1/3 of the class are chicks! :)
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 13 Feb 2012, 08:05
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vibhav wrote:
Just went through the posts for R1 in this thread.. appears that the interview invites for India started trickling in between 6 through to the 7 week after the part 1 deadline. So i guess the invites should start coming in anytime soon. If you are located in India and get an invite/waiver make it a point to spread the word here!
Cheers.


hi i am from delhi and i received a waiver from kellogg. Although it says a waiver in no will affect the overall decision on you application and you will not be disadvantaged...

if you see the businessweek page for kellogg...it says...100% of admitted students were interviewed...i dont know how accurate that is... but if it is accurate... getting a waiver does mean that they wouldnt be taking me unless i receive an invite for interview at a later date...right? any opinions guys???


A waiver just means that they will begin review of your applications without your interview taking place. If you are in contention to be admitted they will offer you an invite to interview. Being put on a waiver is a little bit better in terms of knowing your standing. If you get an invite to interview later, it means they like your application
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 13 Feb 2012, 09:21
i had my off-campus interview with an alum yesterday morning. i think it went pretty well but he asked A LOT of questions and the interview lasted for nearly an hour. it looked like he had a sheet he was taking notes on with questions...it was 2 pages long. surprisingly, he didn't really ask about my post-mba career plans...a lot of stuff about work experience and working teams (not surprising) and the typical why mba now and why kellogg questions.
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 13 Feb 2012, 17:21
got invitation to a phone interview last Fri(email sending from admission office), then got the waive letter this morning(sending from interviewAlumni Interview Coordinator).

So I believe a waiver is nothing, just cheer up everyone~~~

PS:international applicant
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 13 Feb 2012, 17:50
Calling Cheetarah1980, TheSenator, et.al
Where's your debrief on DAK? Inquiring minds want to know
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 13 Feb 2012, 18:58
ok got a waiver 5hrs bk. My interview location preference was mumbai... now hoping for the best! good luck to those interviewing!
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 13 Feb 2012, 21:25
forevercoco wrote:
got invitation to a phone interview last Fri(email sending from admission office), then got the waive letter this morning(sending from interviewAlumni Interview Coordinator).

So I believe a waiver is nothing, just cheer up everyone~~~

PS:international applicant



I was interviewed on telephone last friday, and had received an invite last to last friday. And got an interview waiver today. I believe there are 2 separate teams working on the application. One team is reviewing the applications and the other team, may be the administrative staff, is just trying to coordinate interviews. FYI, I called the admissions office and asked if I can come to campus for interview, even though I selected off-campus option in application form, I was told it's not possible. That's why I feel, there are different people looking at the application.
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Re: Kellogg 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 13 Feb 2012, 21:27
So for R2... after the interview... how long do you think it will take before we hear results?
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