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Just out of curiosity, what books were you using in your management /finance/ statistics classes? Wharton is a great school and I would just like to know what the curriculum was like as an undergrad. Thanks.
Sameer: thanks for the advice! Besides Wharton and HBS (most definitely my top choices), what other programs are qualitatively oriented? I heard that Northwestern is, but Stanford is not...Do you know about the other strategy phd programs?
Evan: Wharton is peculiar in the sense that we rarely relie on textbooks. A few of my classes which had required textbooks (such as accounting) didn't use them anyway - a lot of time, the reason is that the material covered in the courses is far more complex than that of standard business books....So, coursepacks are usually the way to go for 90% of the classes. Some people used Jaffe's Finance, but I took FNCE with Jeremy Siegel and, again, he just had his own stuff designed...