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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 16 Nov 2011, 10:23
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This week, we will be hosting our own Application Chat to connect with round 2 applicants before submitting their application. We will answer questions about the essays, exam requirements, and interview policies. The chat is scheduled for November 17, 2011, 9 am Eastern Time.

Does anyone have more information on this? I am planning on applying to Round 2 and would love to participate in this chat.


Sorry, but I don't have any additional information on this. The blog posting has a link that is supposed to direct the readers to a page with more details, but the link is dead.

On a different note, I just had my interview earlier today. It was a Skype interview with a member of the AdCom. She made sure to let me know that it's a blind interview, although she did have some notes that were given to her by those who have reviewed my application. See below for my recap.

- Walk me through your resume.
- What are your short and long-term goals?
- Why Cornell?
- Which other schools have you applied to?
- Tell me about a time when you had to settle a conflict within a team setting.
- Tell me about a time when you took the initiative to go beyond what was expected of you.

My interviewer told me that the interview was supposed to take about 30 minutes to complete. We spoke for about 36 minutes, although she was definitely open to answering more questions. I asked her a couple of Ithaca-specific questions, and then I decided to let her off the hook by telling her that the current students/alums, with whom I have spoken, have been tremendously helpful in answering all of my questions. She agreed based on how I answered the "Why Cornell?" question.

She had some follow-up questions for me when I shared my short-term goal with her. I'm in a non-traditional industry, and intend to return to this industry after my MBA. Networking is king in this business, so she wanted to know if I had done anything to help me get back in. I did not prepare for this question, but I was fortunate enough to be able to think on my feet and have an answer for it (examples included).

When I was asked to enumerate all the schools to which I have applied, I simply gave the names of the other schools. I did not bother to explain why I chose them. I think my answer to "Why Cornell?" gave her enough information to prove that I have done my research and really want to go there.

Before she started with the behavioral questions, she let me know that my list of extracurricular activities is strong and that I seem to have already had extensive leadership and team experience. That definitely made me feel more confident as we tackled the last couple of questions.

This is the third of three interviews that I have for this round. I am fortunate to have been given the opportunity to interview with all three schools that I applied to in the first round. Now that my interview season is over, I am crossing my fingers, hoping to get accepted to at least one of my top three schools. If not, I will have to work on my R2 apps soon.

All the best to the other Johnson applicants!
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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 16 Nov 2011, 14:09
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She had some follow-up questions for me when I shared my short-term goal with her. I'm in a non-traditional industry, and intend to return to this industry after my MBA. Networking is king in this business, so she wanted to know if I had done anything to help me get back in. I did not prepare for this question, but I was fortunate enough to be able to think on my feet and have an answer for it (examples included).


I named some specific companies during the interview that I wanted to work for after Johnson and I was also asked Whether I had/Why I hand't contacted those companies yet. I was caught off guard by this, but answered very naturally that the application process was very time consuming and I just wanted to make sure to prioritize things appropriately. I'm not sure if that was a good answer or not, but it was the truth.

I think a better answer/excuse would be that it's more effective to reach out to companies as a future MBA student than as somebody who is currently applying to some business schools.
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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 16 Nov 2011, 15:07
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She had some follow-up questions for me when I shared my short-term goal with her. I'm in a non-traditional industry, and intend to return to this industry after my MBA. Networking is king in this business, so she wanted to know if I had done anything to help me get back in. I did not prepare for this question, but I was fortunate enough to be able to think on my feet and have an answer for it (examples included).


I named some specific companies during the interview that I wanted to work for after Johnson and I was also asked Whether I had/Why I hand't contacted those companies yet. I was caught off guard by this, but answered very naturally that the application process was very time consuming and I just wanted to make sure to prioritize things appropriately. I'm not sure if that was a good answer or not, but it was the truth.

I think a better answer/excuse would be that it's more effective to reach out to companies as a future MBA student than as somebody who is currently applying to some business schools.


It's good to know I wasn't the only one asked this. I was afraid that they doubted my ability to achieve my goals. Luckily, I plan to return to my current industry. My company has strong working relationships with a lot of the organizations for which I want to work. In addition to that, I have existing relationships with the people who deal directly with these organizations. Therefore, I was able to tell my interviewer that these contacts are more than willing to help me out if necessary.
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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2011, 07:20
Invited to interview today

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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 18 Nov 2011, 10:07
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Invited to interview today

Submitted :: 10/11
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Interview Invite :: 11/18


Congrats, visu83! Hope you ace your interview!

To all those who have been invited to interview or have interviewed, kindly update your profiles to make the stats more accurate. Thanks!
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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2011, 04:33
I am an international applicant, and I want to know whether opting for off-campus interview would affect my application decision significantly?

The invite clearly mentions we strongly suggest you come on-campus and experience the school

However, I am not so enthusiastic on spending frivolously on air fare just to visit campus, and it takes almost a full day to journey in the plane. I have high regards for the school, but I would be spending and travelling just to go to Ithaca and back.

Does Johnson offer off-campus interview with any Alum?

Can peers and members chime in their opinions?

Thank you.

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As you saw in their email, it is strongly recommended that you visit the campus and have your interview there. One reason behind that is the fact that if you get admitted there, you would be spending 2 years of your life over there. I think it is important to observe the dynamics of a school with your own eyes rather than depend solely on what you hear from your various sources.
Another reason why you might want to visit the campus: if you want to be interviewed by a current student or adcom. My personal experience has been that 2nd year students are easier to have a conversation with than alumni. But this is just my opinion.
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As you saw in their email, it is strongly recommended that you visit the campus and have your interview there. One reason behind that is the fact that if you get admitted there, you would be spending 2 years of your life over there. I think it is important to observe the dynamics of a school with your own eyes rather than depend solely on what you hear from your various sources.
Another reason why you might want to visit the campus: if you want to be interviewed by a current student or adcom. My personal experience has been that 2nd year students are easier to have a conversation with than alumni. But this is just my opinion.


Obviously nothing can give you the experience of a school than really visiting the campus and interacting with its community members. Having said that business schools understand that sometime it is not possible for the students, especially internationals, to get the visa in such a short time and plan a visit. It is for these reasons alum interviews are norm everywhere. These interviews are not counted any more or less than that conducted in the campus. Johnson too offers alum interviews in India and other international locations. if you have an interview invite you will probably find the instructions to schedule an interview with the alum otherwise reach out to the adcom and they will help you schedule one.

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I am an international applicant, and I want to know whether opting for off-campus interview would affect my application decision significantly?

The invite clearly mentions we strongly suggest you come on-campus and experience the school

However, I am not so enthusiastic on spending frivolously on air fare just to visit campus, and it takes almost a full day to journey in the plane. I have high regards for the school, but I would be spending and travelling just to go to Ithaca and back.

Does Johnson offer off-campus interview with any Alum?

Can peers and members chime in their opinions?

Thank you.


I am a domestic applicant, but I live in the Northwest so I could very well be an international applicant at least as far as distance is concerned. Due to work obligations (recently promoted and relocated), it was impossible for me to have my interview on campus. And so, I asked if I could schedule an off-campus interview with an alum. Unfortunately, they currently do not have any alums in my area, so I had to settle for a Skype interview with an AdCom member.

The first thing I did during my interview was emphasize how much I wanted to visit the campus, and that it was unfortunate that my current situation did not allow that. And then I made sure to discuss in detail how at least nine alums/current students, with whom I have spoken, have shared with me how amazing the Ithaca/Collegetown area is. I even mentioned the names of different places that they frequent(ed) during their stay there and why these are places that I would most likely love too. And of course, I spoke about how I really want to go to a school in a small town because it will enable me and my classmates to build long-lasting relationships, vs. a commuter school.

I think I did a pretty decent job of letting my interviewer know that I have done my research and that I would certainly enjoy my two years in Ithaca. Obviously, visiting campus is ideal, but I think there are ways to compensate for not flying to Ithaca for the interview. In any case, good luck!
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For what its worth, I'm a current student and didn't visit the campus for my interview (mine would have been a 15hr flight and a ton of money). As many others have already mentioned, its great to fly out if you have the time and money to do so but by no means is it an absolute necessity.
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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2011, 13:01
Hi, I have a question about submission of GMAT scores.

Per the application instructions, we can scan our GMAT score report and submit it ourselves (official scores from MBA.com being required later if we're granted admission). However, there doesn't appear to be a place on the application to upload our "Official - Test Taker Score Report." How should we address this? Should we just upload our scores and email them to the appropriate account manager?

I'm curious how others handled this. Would it be best to just call Admissions?
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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2011, 23:22
Thank you Threestripes, Redjam, Bizschoolprep, and Srinath Reddy for your helpful suggestions.
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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2011, 09:01
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Thank you Threestripes, Redjam, Bizschoolprep, and Srinath Reddy for your helpful suggestions.


No worries. Don't forget to post about your experience after your interview. :)
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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2011, 09:22
I am planning to apply in R2 (Nov. 30). I have mailed at least 6-7 current students from respective clubs that interest me on Wednesday and Thursday. But I got no reply.
I am going to Cornell tomorrow (Monday) for class visit and information session but I don't have any meeting fixed with current students as no one replied. I found this method ---- mailing and fixing meeting-- before my visit very useful during my other schools’ visit-Tuck and Duke.
Is there any function or competition going on at Cornell ?
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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2011, 12:42
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I am planning to apply in R2 (Nov. 30). I have mailed at least 6-7 current students from respective clubs that interest me on Wednesday and Thursday. But I got no reply.
I am going to Cornell tomorrow (Monday) for class visit and information session but I don't have any meeting fixed with current students as no one replied. I found this method ---- mailing and fixing meeting-- before my visit very useful during my other schools’ visit-Tuck and Duke.
Is there any function or competition going on at Cornell ?


Have you tried using the Connect With Johnson portal to get contact information for students? I was 0-2 contacting students whose information I gleaned from the student club websites but I heard back from everyone whose information I got from the portal.
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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2011, 13:02
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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2011, 13:06
I interviewed on campus with a second year student. It went exactly as described by other gmatclub members.

One difference is that they did NOT ask about other schools where I applied.

I did answer this question on the app, but the interviewer said it was blind.

Anyone have an idea why they would ask some, but not all students that question?

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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2011, 15:58
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I am planning to apply in R2 (Nov. 30). I have mailed at least 6-7 current students from respective clubs that interest me on Wednesday and Thursday. But I got no reply.
I am going to Cornell tomorrow (Monday) for class visit and information session but I don't have any meeting fixed with current students as no one replied. I found this method ---- mailing and fixing meeting-- before my visit very useful during my other schools’ visit-Tuck and Duke.
Is there any function or competition going on at Cornell ?


Have you tried using the Connect With Johnson portal to get contact information for students? I was 0-2 contacting students whose information I gleaned from the student club websites but I heard back from everyone whose information I got from the portal.



I had the same experience. I reached out to students through the student club websites, but I never heard back from them. When I emailed nine student ambassadors through the Connect with Johnson portal, all nine of them responded, some of whom doing so within a couple of hours.

One ambassador was late to the game, replying a day after my interview. When I informed him that I had already completed my interview, he offered to chat with me anyway so that he could give me some tips as to what to expect if I end up getting accepted and matriculating.
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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2011, 16:05
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I interviewed on campus with a second year student. It went exactly as described by other gmatclub members.

One difference is that they did NOT ask about other schools where I applied.

I did answer this question on the app, but the interviewer said it was blind.

Anyone have an idea why they would ask some, but not all students that question?

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Well, as far as I know, only LionsSBC12 and I have been asked this question. I think maybe it is because we are both from non-traditional industries (LSBC12 is in automotive if I'm not mistaken, and I'm in sports). It could be that they want to understand our rationale as far as choosing the schools to which we are applying, and see what other schools appeal to applicants like us.
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Re: Cornell (Johnson) 2012 - Calling All Applicants [#permalink] New post 20 Nov 2011, 20:48
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I interviewed on campus with a second year student. It went exactly as described by other gmatclub members.

One difference is that they did NOT ask about other schools where I applied.

I did answer this question on the app, but the interviewer said it was blind.

Anyone have an idea why they would ask some, but not all students that question?

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Well, as far as I know, only LionsSBC12 and I have been asked this question. I think maybe it is because we are both from non-traditional industries (LSBC12 is in automotive if I'm not mistaken, and I'm in sports). It could be that they want to understand our rationale as far as choosing the schools to which we are applying, and see what other schools appeal to applicants like us.


I suppose it's also possible that you were just having a nice conversion with the student and they didn't want to abruptly change topics to ask you that question. I'm no expert, but I wouldn't be worried about it.
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