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for Kellogg students [#permalink] New post 22 Jul 2004, 21:06
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Have you taken a Microeconomic class at Kellogg? If so, what book are you using? Who is the author of the book?

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MECN 450 Macroeconomics

Abel and Bernanke, Macroeconomics, Addison Wesley, 4th ed., 2001.
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Yup, I took MECN 430, which is the intro micro course. It was taught by David Besanko (although there are a few other profs who also teach it), and we used his book. It's called Microeconomics: An Integrated Approach, and is by Besanko and Braeutigam (the publisher is Wiley). The book is actually the abridged version. I give credit to Besanko for admitting that we didn't need to buy the whole, original book! BTW, if you're headed to Kellogg, Besanko is an awesome prof. A very caring person. I highly recommend taking him for econ.

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for Scott [#permalink] New post 23 Jul 2004, 14:28
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Thanks for your reply. How did you find Microeconomics? When did you start at Kellogg? I am still working on a higher gmat score just to get in to Kellogg. Any advice?

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I graduated from Kellogg just a month ago. A lot of people at Kellogg told me to waive the micro class if I could (I may have been able to), saying that it was dull, but I actually thought it was one of the better classes that I took at Kellogg. Besanko, who's a tremendous teacher, obviously had a lot to do with that. But I also enjoyed it a lot in retrospect because it was such a fundamental building block of many of the other courses I took, many of which were dedicated to strategy. I had taken micro in undergrad and thought, "Yeah, yeah, supply meets demand, Pareto efficiency, blah blah blah," but there was a lot of more higher-level thinking stuff that I just didn't get (or maybe just didn't appreciate) the first time around. Anyway, I definitely recommend taking it, even if you can waive out of it.

Good luck! Don't worry too much about the GMAT. I mean, obviously you you want to do well, but no one at the top business schools is remarkable because of his or her GMAT score alone.

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for Scott [#permalink] New post 24 Jul 2004, 18:23
Scott,

Thanks for your reply. Congrats for finishing at Kellogg. I would love to graduate from Kellogg as well. Did you have a mentor from Kellogg? I am aiming for winter 2005 admissions for the TMProgram. As of this point, I am still reviewing for the gmat. Hopefully, I will be done by August or September 2004.

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Do you mean, did I have a Kellogg alum as a mentor during the applicatoin process? I sort of did. A guy I used to work with was a Kellogg alum, but he had been through the EMP (Executive Masters, for people with a good deal of experience), so his experiences were very different from what I experienced at Kellogg. Still, I got a recommendation from him, which may have helped a little.

Good luck to you. The TMP program seems to be a lot easier to get into than the full-time program (on a pure numbers basis), so you should have a good shot.

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