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I had applied for interview in Kolkata. Instead got a Skype interview with an adcom. Done with the interview. She looked very interested in my job profile, my company, my department, my peers and so on. I don't think my kellogg interview went as well as I my previous interviews for iese n tepper. I was not as articulate as I would have liked to. I also could have done a better job of selling my job profile. I guess now my chances are really slim :( even though I wrote a beautiful essay in my application.

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Is a waiver an early ding, or a compliment "you're good, we understand your credentials, we'll let you know'


Well the jury is out for it! There still exists no definite answer on what a waiver actually means. A lot of past cases have suggested that waiver does not mean a ding, but equally, one can draw the opposite inference from another set of such cases. I personally would go by what the school says, that a waiver by no means, negatively affects your candidature. If it did, the school would have definitely said so.

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Random fact: In my "Preview Application Submitted", my GMAT scores now say "Verified Scores". I think they said "Self-Reported Scores" before. Also, it has my latest GMAT score written twice at the beginning - both saying "Verified Scores" and has my first GMAT score at the end which says "Verified Scores" as well. I have not seen such a change in my application for any other school.

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Random fact: In my "Preview Application Submitted", my GMAT scores now say "Verified Scores". I think they said "Self-Reported Scores" before. Also, it has my latest GMAT score written twice at the beginning - both saying "Verified Scores" and has my first GMAT score at the end which says "Verified Scores" as well. I have not seen such a change in my application for any other school.


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For whatever it's worth, mine still says "Self-reported Score". I interviewed on-campus in late-September.

EDIT #1: Doh - I'm stupid. I forgot that I never sent GMAT scores to Kellogg, so there's no reason it would switch to Verified. Did I screw up? I could have sworn that they didn't require you sending official scores until acceptance but now I can't find that language anywhere.

EDIT #2: Jeez, really missing things today. This is on the status page: "Please note, unofficial test scores will be accepted during the review stage, however, all applicants should ensure that official test scores are sent to Kellogg for verification purposes.". I suppose I am fine, then. May as well save my $25 if its not needed.

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Mine updated to verified as well.

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Waiver. :/ . India.

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FROM Kellogg MBA Blog: Kellogg welcomes new associate dean
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We are pleased to welcome Matt Merrick as Kellogg’s new Associate Dean – MBA Operations. In this role, Matt partners with Kellogg’s Senior Associate Dean – Curriculum and Teaching, while overseeing day-to-day operations across all of Kellogg’s full-time, part-time, MSMS, joint degree and certificate programs. His scope includes admissions, academic experience (registrar, advising, experiential learning), student life and career outcomes.

Matt has an MBA from Harvard and most recently worked at Wake Forest University, where he served as the Executive Director, Business Analytics & FTMBA Programs. Prior to his time at Wake Forest, he held senior leadership roles in the private investment banking and the media industries. He also served for several years as the head of Harvard Business School’s career services group.

Matt took the time to answer a few questions about Kellogg and his early impressions.

What brought you to Kellogg?
Kellogg is a special place, and I was first attracted by the reputation of the school and students. Once I learned more, I was drawn in by the energy around our vision and the commitment to growth. I knew that a place that puts “inspiring growth” – particularly personal and professional growth – front and center would be a good fit for me.

Where are you focused on your first 100 days?
It is all about learning — digging into how things work here and understanding what is important to students. That means lots of great conversations focused on getting to know students and the Kellogg community.

Has anything surprised you?
I certainly had high expectations about the professionalism of Kellogg students, but I have been absolutely blown away by my experience so far. In every conversation, the students I have met have been thoughtful and positive, incredibly well prepared and committed to the school. It has been a terrific introduction.

Learn more about Kellogg’s Full-Time MBA program.

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Found a current student from Kellogg checking my LinkedIn profile. And no invite yet. :/

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I got an interview invite yesterday around 4pm GMT. It's was a notification to schedule a skype interview. I am from Africa, tech, entrepreneur.

Wish me luck!

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I got an interview invite yesterday around 4pm GMT. It's was a notification to schedule a skype interview. I am from Africa, tech, entrepreneur.

Wish me luck!

Did you receive a waiver earlier?

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I got an interview invite yesterday around 4pm GMT. It's was a notification to schedule a skype interview. I am from Africa, tech, entrepreneur.

Wish me luck!

Did you receive a waiver earlier?


Nope. No waiver prior to that email.

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GhanaBa wrote:
I got an interview invite yesterday around 4pm GMT. It's was a notification to schedule a skype interview. I am from Africa, tech, entrepreneur.

Wish me luck!

Did you receive a waiver earlier?


Nope. No waiver prior to that email.

Thanks. Good Luck with the interview! Let is know how it went.

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If you are interested, here is the post for our Indian applicants.

http://gmatclub.com/forum/calling-all-indian-applicants-2016-intake-199662.html

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I have received an e-mail from Kellogg admissions saying that they have waived the interview requirement for me. are there other such aspirants? Or this is just a better way to say that well you are not required here!

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FROM Kellogg MBA Blog: Why Amazon’s first physical bookstore was smart, and inevitable | MBA Learnings
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Second-year student Rohan Rajiv is blogging once a week about important lessons he is learning at Kellogg. Read more of his posts here.

Amazon opened its first bookstore in Seattle earlier this week. This led to a many interesting questions in the media: Has Amazon taken a step backward by jumping back into traditional retail? Didn’t Amazon start an online store to improve on the traditional bookstore model?

To understand this, let’s begin by taking a walk down memory lane and look at Jeff Bezos’ initial rationale for starting an online bookstore.

Bezos understood a fundamental benefit of having an online store — “unlimited” access to inventory while also eliminating the fixed cost of owning a physical location. Why did this matter? For a category such as books, there are millions of published works. However, even the largest of bookstores can possibly only stock tens of thousands of books. So, within bookstores, you now need to forecast/guess demand for books. And that, inevitably means high inventory costs because estimates are rarely right – especially for niche category books.

So it is now easy to understand why Bezos narrowed in on the following five categories as possible areas for Amazon to focus on for its initial product:

  • compact discs
  • computer hardware
  • computer software
  • videos
  • books
All of these categories have a “long tail” of niche products that make selling them via traditional retail very challenging and expensive.

The principle we’re getting at is that the characteristics of a product drive the ideal supply chain/distribution strategy.

Let’s imagine two kinds of products:

  • Low demand uncertainty, low value products.

    Examples of such products are daily groceries or toilet paper. These have consistent demand and low value. So it makes sense to make these available near customers as the cost of shipping these products from a centralized warehouse is probably going to exceed the cost of these products. Besides, we’re not going to lose money on wasted stock since it is fairly straightforward to predict their near-constant demand.
  • High demand uncertainty, high value products.

    A great example of these are diamonds. It is very expensive to carry diamond inventory. So shipping them from a centralized warehouse makes a lot of sense since the shipping costs are small relative to the value of the diamond.
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This, in turn, leads to the next natural step in the logic:

  • It is very expensive for online retailers like Amazon to ship low uncertainty, low value products like diapers and toilet paper. So they should only do so if customers are willing to pay a premium for the convenience. While basic items like diapers and toilet paper are cheaper at Costco, one could make the argument that Amazon is still subsidizing shipping costs far too much as the prices are still comparable. And Amazon’s financials in the past few years have reflected higher shipping costs.
  • Similarly, it is very expensive for physical stores to carry expensive inventory. This is why Tiffany sells most of its diamonds online and sells cheaper products via its retail stores. Still, keeping even some of its diamonds in physical locations is expensive, and that means Tiffany should only do so for customers willing to pay a premium for that. And they do. Tiffany’s margins are much larger than Blue Nile. This isn’t a luxury for Tiffany — it is a necessity.
We’ve only discussed the two extremes in this graph. What about everything in the middle? The reality for most large retailers is that they carry products that are scattered all over the graph. This, in turn, leads us to the final natural conclusion: It is in the interest of larger retailers to develop hybrid/”omni-channel” distribution strategies. This is why retail models such as “click-and-collect” have become popular in Europe.

Essentially, it is in the interest of Amazon to have physical locations to complement its online offerings. There are three massive advantages to doing so:

  • It can leverage its incredible scale to truly be the retailer with the lowest prices – across its physical and online stores. Amazon store diapers will be the cheapest in the market. If you want to buy them online, however, you should be prepared to pay a premium for the convenience.
  • It can use its physical locations as warehouses for “Prime Now” and “Fresh” offerings.
  • Amazon has the data and analytics capabilities to be smarter about its inventory in physical retail locations than any of its competitors. This means it can have a real cost advantage — a big advantage in a traditionally low margin business.
As is the case with many things in life, the answer in picking the right distribution strategy lies in replacing “or” with “and.”

And at the rate at which Amazon has added businesses to its portfolio in the past decade, one could make the argument that few understand that idea better than Amazon and Jeff Bezos.

(HT: Prof Chopra’s work on Omni-Channel retailing @ Kellogg)

Rohan Rajiv is a second-year student in Kellogg’s Full-Time Two-Year Program. Prior to Kellogg he worked at a-connect serving clients on consulting projects across 14 countries in Europe, Asia, Australia and South America. He blogs a learning every day, including his MBA Learnings series, on www.ALearningaDay.com.

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Hi guys!! There is some good news for applicants who received a waiver(I received one and was confused too). There have been lots of debates over the past week as to whether waiver means a dinge and also as to whether Kellogg does an initial screening before calling applicants for an interview. I happened to speak to a member of the admissions committee at Kellogg and he completely dismissed these points. According to him, Kellogg's interview invites are based on when the application was submitted and also is just a random process of inviting applicants based on alum availability at various locations. In places like India, where the applicant pool is growing tremendously, its not possible to interview many applicants and hence the waiver. Also, he said that an application is not opened until an interview is conducted(expect of course in case of a waiver) and there is no initial screening whatsoever conducted for interview calls. If what he says is true, I think we have a lot of hope. Lets not feel as though we have not received invites because of a weak application. Guys, lets keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best!!!! :)

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Hi guys!! There is some good news for applicants who received a waiver(I received one and was confused too). There have been lots of debates over the past week as to whether waiver means a dinge and also as to whether Kellogg does an initial screening before calling applicants for an interview. I happened to speak to a member of the admissions committee at Kellogg and he completely dismissed these points. According to him, Kellogg's interview invites are based on when the application was submitted and also is just a random process of inviting applicants based on alum availability at various locations. In places like India, where the applicant pool is growing tremendously, its not possible to interview many applicants and hence the waiver. Also, he said that an application is not opened until an interview is conducted(expect of course in case of a waiver) and there is no initial screening whatsoever conducted for interview calls. If what he says is true, I think we have a lot of hope. Lets not feel as though we have not received invites because of a weak application. Guys, lets keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best!!!! :)


This is not new. Kellogg mentions the same information on its website as well that getting a waiver is in no way a ding or is not a rejection of your application.
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Hi guys!! There is some good news for applicants who received a waiver(I received one and was confused too). There have been lots of debates over the past week as to whether waiver means a dinge and also as to whether Kellogg does an initial screening before calling applicants for an interview. I happened to speak to a member of the admissions committee at Kellogg and he completely dismissed these points. According to him, Kellogg's interview invites are based on when the application was submitted and also is just a random process of inviting applicants based on alum availability at various locations. In places like India, where the applicant pool is growing tremendously, its not possible to interview many applicants and hence the waiver. Also, he said that an application is not opened until an interview is conducted(expect of course in case of a waiver) and there is no initial screening whatsoever conducted for interview calls. If what he says is true, I think we have a lot of hope. Lets not feel as though we have not received invites because of a weak application. Guys, lets keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best!!!! :)


This is not new. Kellogg mentions the same information on its website as well that getting a waiver is in no way a ding or is not a rejection of your application.


I agree with you. But, if you look at the forum, there have been debates as to whether they do an initial screening and then waive applicants. According to the committee member, they don't and this is what I wanted to share. It definitely was positive news for me. Hope it makes sense!!

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Did anybody who got a waiver earlier received an interview call yet?

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