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# Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants

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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  31 Jan 2013, 11:22
kaushinside wrote:
did anyone from Asia get the invite during the current wave?

Hi,

To Ayiayio as well, I don't think geography matters in distributing the invites. I'm currently based in HK/China, though I'm not from the region, so not sure how that works.

Good luck!
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  31 Jan 2013, 11:55
Lundy wrote:
Hi guys,

thanks for the helpful information shared here
Congrats to all those who got invited, and for those who haven't - don't lose hope!

I just got the invite too and I'd like to seek ur opinion
I'm a Southeast-Asian. I'm deciding on interview locations among Shanghai (closest), Mumbai and Dubai
do you see any difference/advantage if I choose one location over another?

since I physically look quite Chinese, I assume that I might be more stand-out if I choose to go to Mumbai or Dubai. However, overall competition in Mumbai per se will be tougher than Shanghai (because Indians are so v. fluent in English). I have no idea abt Dubai
would these be fair assumptions or just my misconceptions?
also do you know the differences among interviewers at these 3 locations? I went through the discussion but still couldn't conclude which one is the most preferable

would appreciate any advice you have
thanks a lot!

Hi Lundy,

Just some perspectives as I've spent the past few years working in the Greater China region. I suspect your profile is already unique be it Shanghai, Mumbai or Dubai. Your concern that peers in Mumbai may be stronger in English is valid, but there are also many fluent English speakers in the Greater China region (expats and locals from China, HK, Taiwan, S. Korea, neighbouring SEA countries, etc) who will interview in Shanghai, assuming distance is main consideration. I've worked with Middle Eastern colleagues who speak excellent English (but I can't say for the entire region).

In fact, cost and interest would be my main considerations. Given adcoms are conducting rather than alumni (who are highly variable in their approaches), all cities are on par relative to on-campus interviews, hence I would just pick the city that you can get to easily and that you also want to spend the rest of the weekend visiting

If I were to pick, I would pick Shanghai given (i) it's closest, and (ii) no jet lag to screw your body clock.

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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  02 Feb 2013, 07:50
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thank you very much for your input. really appreciate it
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  02 Feb 2013, 11:09
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Lundy wrote:
also do you know the differences among interviewers at these 3 locations? I went through the discussion but still couldn't conclude which one is the most preferable

would appreciate any advice you have
thanks a lot!

Did sign in sheet give the names of interviewers, in the recent past Charles Allison did the interviews in Mumbai and Dubai (HBS usually sends one person to cover both ) and Eileen Chang does Shanghai. Past performance is no guarantee, etc. Sarah Lucas has also done Shanghai, and they used to have some freelancer who is now not with HBS do Shanghai but lately it has been Chang.
There is a HUGE diff between Allison and Chang--Chang is no day at the beach but she asks typical HBS questions, Allision is a lively guy with a set of questions unique to him, and they can throw you, esp. if you are unprepared. E.g. what would your best from from High School say your 3 strengths and weaknesses were? Your best friend form College.? No offense, but that is a moronic question, and even worse, it is not a normal question and it can cause you a good deal of trouble as a lead off versus,"Hi there, tell me what you are doing now at work?" which gets you started on the right foot most of the time, and is a Q you can prepare for.
Anyway, the only thing that matters in choosing between Shanghai and Mumbai/Dubai is who is doing the interviews.

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1. always blows smoke rings inside other smoke rings, and is very proud of this, and it becomes annoying at Poker games.
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  03 Feb 2013, 13:49
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Subject: Re: HBS Interview Debrief
haha, sounds real good, dude, you cert passed the interview and may have added some cred to your story.
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At 09:45 PM 11/19/2009, you wrote:
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Hello hbsguru
Can you tell us what your success rate is for the candidates you have prepped for interviews ? Is it significantly greater than 50% ?
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  03 Feb 2013, 15:22
Guys, when signing up for the interview, there was a link/tickbox to the side which said "HBS interview policy"... did it work for anyone? Is it a bad idea to communicate kindly to Ad Com that the link doesnt work?? (or will it be frowned upon as arrogance?)
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  03 Feb 2013, 16:04
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Guys, when signing up for the interview, there was a link/tickbox to the side which said "HBS interview policy"... did it work for anyone? Is it a bad idea to communicate kindly to Ad Com that the link doesnt work?? (or will it be frowned upon as arrogance?)

Try using a different browser (IE preferably).
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  03 Feb 2013, 23:43
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Guys, when signing up for the interview, there was a link/tickbox to the side which said "HBS interview policy"... did it work for anyone? Is it a bad idea to communicate kindly to Ad Com that the link doesnt work?? (or will it be frowned upon as arrogance?)

comments like these from people interviewed/admitted to HBS make me wonder what kind of "leaders" HBS interviews/admits ... i was under the impression that leaders were people who trust themselves enough to start guerilla warfare, new markets and shit (gandhi, che, branson, mandela, bill gates, castro) ... not people who can't even decide ... on their own ... if they should e-mail some admission officer sitting in Cambridge ...
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  03 Feb 2013, 23:47
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FrozenTongue wrote:
Guys, when signing up for the interview, there was a link/tickbox to the side which said "HBS interview policy"... did it work for anyone? Is it a bad idea to communicate kindly to Ad Com that the link doesnt work?? (or will it be frowned upon as arrogance?)

comments like these from people interviewed/admitted to HBS make me wonder what kind of "leaders" HBS interviews/admits ... i was under the impression that leaders were people who trust themselves enough to start guerilla warfare, new markets and shit (gandhi, che, branson, mandela, bill gates, castro) ... not people who can't even decide ... on their own ... if they should e-mail some admission officer sitting in Cambridge ...

downtoearth wrote:
Hi all, I submitted my HBS application 3 minutes late, will I still be considered for the 2nd round?

Enough said.
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  03 Feb 2013, 23:50
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FrozenTongue wrote:
Guys, when signing up for the interview, there was a link/tickbox to the side which said "HBS interview policy"... did it work for anyone? Is it a bad idea to communicate kindly to Ad Com that the link doesnt work?? (or will it be frowned upon as arrogance?)

comments like these from people interviewed/admitted to HBS make me wonder what kind of "leaders" HBS interviews/admits ... i was under the impression that leaders were people who trust themselves enough to start guerilla warfare, new markets and shit (gandhi, che, branson, mandela, bill gates, castro) ... not people who can't even decide ... on their own ... if they should e-mail some admission officer sitting in Cambridge ...

Perhaps you hold HBS in too high regard.

The admissions process does brutal things to people. GC is a forum for everyone to ask questions about the process, however inconsequential in hindsight those might be. Relax, wait for your results, and see what happens.
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  03 Feb 2013, 23:59
pike wrote:
downtoearth wrote:
FrozenTongue wrote:
Guys, when signing up for the interview, there was a link/tickbox to the side which said "HBS interview policy"... did it work for anyone? Is it a bad idea to communicate kindly to Ad Com that the link doesnt work?? (or will it be frowned upon as arrogance?)

comments like these from people interviewed/admitted to HBS make me wonder what kind of "leaders" HBS interviews/admits ... i was under the impression that leaders were people who trust themselves enough to start guerilla warfare, new markets and shit (gandhi, che, branson, mandela, bill gates, castro) ... not people who can't even decide ... on their own ... if they should e-mail some admission officer sitting in Cambridge ...

downtoearth wrote:
Hi all, I submitted my HBS application 3 minutes late, will I still be considered for the 2nd round?

Enough said.

so? i was asking a question on the forum coz i didn't want to write a formal letter to the adcoms about it ... which is different from asking people on the forum if you should email the adcoms (about a very simple matter) ... in the first place ... sorry that someone got flamed in my comment - doing so was not the point i was trying to make ...
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  04 Feb 2013, 05:04
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Guys, when signing up for the interview, there was a link/tickbox to the side which said "HBS interview policy"... did it work for anyone? Is it a bad idea to communicate kindly to Ad Com that the link doesnt work?? (or will it be frowned upon as arrogance?)

if you send an email saying "your link to the HBS interview policy is down" it could be viewed as arrogant. If you say something along the lines of "while signing up for the interview I was unable to access the HBS interview policy link. I tried browsers x/y/z (with one of them being IE) to no avail. Would it be possible for someone to shoot be a digital version of the interview policy for my review before I attend an on-campus interview?" it's significantly better.
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  04 Feb 2013, 09:52
I know that people have been saying location and invitation distribution are not related. However the interview dates for international off-campus are so much later...Perhaps it is related in some ways? Otherwise it would seem unfair for people who have interviews on 10th feb period than those on 8th march... It's almost a month difference.
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  06 Feb 2013, 00:00
At least I will get some clarity regarding one of the programs today. Good luck guys!
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  06 Feb 2013, 00:26
It would be great if HBS reverses the ratio of invites in R2 waves as compared to R1
Atleast we will have a higher probability of getting an invite tomorrow.
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  06 Feb 2013, 00:32
skbhagra wrote:
It would be great if HBS reverses the ratio of invites in R2 as compared to R1
Atleast we will have a greater probability of an invite tomorrow.

I bet it will be even greater. Traditionally HBS interviews about 20% of candidates, so the R1's 15% seem to be little below average.
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  06 Feb 2013, 00:41
Tomorrow (Thursday) is the decision day, right? Not today.
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  06 Feb 2013, 00:44
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Tomorrow (Thursday) is the decision day, right? Not today.

Today Wednesday 6 of feb is the fate day, we all will find out at noon Boston time
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  06 Feb 2013, 00:52
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FifthEmu wrote:
Tomorrow (Thursday) is the decision day, right? Not today.

Today Wednesday 6 of feb is the fate day, we all will find out at noon Boston time

Haha I didn't realize that they moved it by a day... and now I am regretting that I checked this forum, otherwise I would have had a very relaxed day...
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Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants [#permalink]  06 Feb 2013, 01:46
Mahmoud80 wrote:
FifthEmu wrote:
Tomorrow (Thursday) is the decision day, right? Not today.

Today Wednesday 6 of feb is the fate day, we all will find out at noon Boston time

I thought it was 7th Feb. Did they advance it?

Are you guys sure? On BTG, people are saying that 6th is for 2+2 applicants.
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