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Sick of these yet? Decide my fate: Kellogg (1Y) vs. Yale

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Re: Sick of these yet? Decide my fate: Kellogg (1Y) vs. Yale [#permalink] New post 13 Mar 2009, 13:52
rca215 wrote:
Yeah, I would much prefer the full two years if it weren't for the other factors in play.


Ditch the gf, you're a handsome guy. From what I've heard, the girls come to you.

:oops:

Anyways, I think the point that a lot of people have mentioned, that you don't need an internship, is very true. You've got a very unique background. If you don't want to change careers, ignore the internship thing and go to Kellogg.

However, if you're seriously interested in non-profit, Yale has a lot to offer and you won't suffer a great deal if you choose to remain in health care.

RF

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Re: Sick of these yet? Decide my fate: Kellogg (1Y) vs. Yale [#permalink] New post 13 Mar 2009, 14:37
rca215 wrote:
I wanted to thank you all for the detailed posts. They have been very helpful and have boosted my confidence that either route is a good one. I have been quite surprised at how even the voting has been, but it is probably a referendum on 2Y vs. 1Y as others have noted.

It appears Kellogg is starting to pull ahead, which times well with my personal feeling on the matter. Going to Kellogg is probably the more reasonable thing to do and, for now, it is probably what I plan to do. But who knows, maybe my mind will change in the next few months (or DAK will have me busting out my checkbook and signing on the spot).

Thanks again for the input.


I'm already having 2nd thoughts. :( :oops: :(

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Re: Sick of these yet? Decide my fate: Kellogg (1Y) vs. Yale [#permalink] New post 16 Dec 2010, 04:33
i know this is a very old thread and the decision has long been made but: New Haven to Boston is NOT a three hour drive. I've driven this route ~100 times. Late at night you can do it in 90 minutes.
Re: Sick of these yet? Decide my fate: Kellogg (1Y) vs. Yale   [#permalink] 16 Dec 2010, 04:33
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