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how to dress in b-school?

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15 Feb 2008, 08:50
Being a network engineer, I laughed at both of those. Then I felt bad for getting the joke.
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15 Feb 2008, 13:12
Hmm....the things that were cool in engg school. The geekiest had to be my friends who had their school zip(pin code) plastered in binary on their t-shirts
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16 Feb 2008, 11:51
Ha ha, that`s like getting some chinese characters tattoed on your arm..except to make it geeky, you have it done in Hex Unicode.
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19 Feb 2008, 14:03
bherronp wrote:
Being a network engineer, I laughed at both of those. Then I felt bad for getting the joke.

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25 Feb 2008, 12:30
I would say its a mixed bag...
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28 Feb 2016, 16:39
It's a little bit of everything. You mainly will see people dressed up when they have a function to attend. Everyone will be wearing a suit for corporate presentations, interviews, info sessions, etc. On most days, people will be dressed down in jeans or khakis. Some people will dress more business casual, but i would say the majority are in jeans.
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29 Feb 2016, 00:21
Agree that on most days it is casual. You have the rest of your life at work to dress formal...take it easy on non-recruiting days and dress casual.
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