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Re: How do I tell the adcom I got a promotion [#permalink]
25 Oct 2007, 08:11
I have already applied to a couple of schools. How do I tell them that I got a promotion? I mean should I just drop in a mail or should I call?
Also, I am not very sure how much designantions matter overall in the profile of the candidate....any pointers?
I'm not sure of how you could apporach this issue afterwards. If you are applying though for other schools I would tell somewhere on the essays. Also one of my recommenders is my actual supervisor and he wrote in my recommendations about a promotion I got, I think that's a good strategy.
Last edited by kwam on 25 Oct 2007, 08:40, edited 1 time in total.
I think it depends on the schools, some wont care but some might. If they have a forum on their webpage to ask questions check there. If not email or call them and ask politely. Sometimes promotions look great if you are WL.
LOL, no, just added a "senior" in front of my engineering title. the pay raise is nice though, haha!
I guess I'll mention it in my interview, if it can be easily slid in. And I can definitely use it for my Kellogg application.
I got Lead in front of mine in June (though I got the promotion in Jan...d@mn government bureaucracy). It will definitely look good on your Kellogg app, it shows continued growth and increase in responsibility.[/code]
Strange thing happened a couple of days ago, a HR staff came to me and asked what would make me change my mind regarding my MBA plans .
I told: "right now nothing as I don't want to 10 years from now regret of not having realized my dream". She stared at me and asked again what would change my mind... I'm not sure what is this about, the CEO of my company had 2 weeks ago declared he wants the company to sponsor me, and now this?
Is this any kind of joke or is it just an "endurance teste"?
Anyway, I felt that since I made the GMAT things have gotten pretty strange here.