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Tuck Alum Interview [#permalink]
17 Dec 2007, 22:23
I just finished a Tuck alum interview. All the questions were standard. It turned out that the interviewer had a similar interest that I had listed in my resume. So he started the interview by asking about that. I do not want to read to too much into this interview. Lets just hope the end result turns out well.
Tuck essays are so damn difficult to write so little guidance in the essays questions themselves, just general questions that you have to spend hours thinking if you are approching the questions in a right way (
oh especially that 'constructive criticism' essay (( I still have no idea what to write. I don't want to write about positive negative like for example 'my boss told me to not work so hard' because I think this essay should be about something that you did bad, therefore clearly negative and not positive negative and the examples that I can think of are positive negatives (((
well i think it need not be a professional example. Just try to think of something that happened in personal life that you used to improve yourself. Maybe your parents told that you are very disorganized and do not keep things in the right place. You could expand on that and say how you used that to improve yourself.
geez, Tuck is showing GMATClub no love in ED eh? Sorry about all the dings (sorry also for the late reply), but like people said, I'm sure y'all will get into other schools. GMATClubbers are too good not to!
I ended up writing about a personality criticism that reflected on my professional peformance
I think my criticism essay sucks I think I am basically saying nothing with a lot of words, but I like my sentences they seem motivational ... the point of my essay is shallow ((( but at least I wrote something!