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HEEEELP---- NEED ADVISE/ASSISTANCE

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HEEEELP---- NEED ADVISE/ASSISTANCE [#permalink] New post 14 Dec 2005, 10:35
ere is what I have, but could any of you fill in the others?
Also If i wish to focus on Cosulting which area does it fall under?
Marketing? or Strategy?
What is Brand Management?Can you say one thing on our essays .. for example say wanna get into Yale and discuss abt Non profit and then after admit change one';s mind!!!!
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Impression about B-schools I visited



Tuck: Very heavy on sharing and teamwork. Everyone knows everyone else. Alumni very helpful. 80% live in dorms on campus. Middle of nowhere. Nearest airport 30 miles away. Very very cold.



MIT: Too geeky. Students have raw intellectual power. Everyone knows everyone else. Alumni helpful. Everyone lives off campus.



Harvard: Class size of 900 divided into sections of 90. Everyone is a section knows everyone else. Big on brand. Do as you please. 60% live on campus



Wharton: Class size of 1500 divided into clusters of 240, which in turn are divided into cohorts of 60. Very loose bonding, no one lives on campus. Very smart people.



MIchigan: Middle of no where. Very very cold. Geeky. Focused student body.



Chicago: Very corporate culture. Raw intellectual power of candidates. Focus on established industries.



Kellogg: High on team spirit and feeling good. Very very helpful alumni and students.



Berkeley: Disconnected student body.


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