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Hi there -

Yes, I think that's a good plan. However, if they don't want to give you the details for the interviewer, don't worry about it. Since you're conveying in the email to the adcom that you'd like to write your contact to thank them for their time, the adcom will therefore know that you're trying to do the polite thing and it's the thought that counts. ; )

Good luck!

Leohoney wrote:
Hi Erika, I just got done with a skype interview with an alum but can't remember their name! :oops: (The skype call came from a generic MBA Admissions ID). What do you suggest I should do? Do I write to the adcom to share the name and email details of the person who interviewed me and then send them a thank you note?

SBCErikaOlson wrote:
In case this helps anyone else in the coming weeks I just wanted to say that if you don't get your adcom interviewer's direct email address, it's fine to send the message to the general adcom address that you should have from your interview invite. In the subject line just put: Attention: INTERVIEWER's NAME, Thank You

For alumni interviews everyone would have their alum's email address in the first place in order to set up a time/place for the chat.

Good luck, everyone!

bb10 wrote:
Erm, how do we send a thank you note? I don't have my interviewer's email address?

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I agree with this advice -- especially since this personally happened to me waaaaay back when I interviewed. (#OLD) And I've had clients call me crying about disastrous interviews this year -- and then they ended up getting in (in Round 1). So the interview truly is just one data point and the adcom is VERY aware that there are some, um, "personalities" across their alumni base (for ALL schools). So while it totally sucks that you had this experience, try to stay positive and remain confident in your candidacy. And man I would also suggest going and doing something nice for yourself this weekend as a little present for surviving that discussion!

Ella2017 wrote:
deetdeet wrote:
I interviewed with Kellogg this week and my interviewer positively did NOT like me at all. She didn't come from my industry and thought that my career and industry did not warrant an MBA, saying that unless I wanted to go into finance or consulting I was pretty much shooting blanks. Feeling pretty disheartened after the interview given that I thought my application was quite strong otherwise. Pity...


I know it's tough but hang in there, you never know..you could have a good surprise, dont lose hope just yet

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Thanks for the advice, Erika. I wrote to the adcom and obtained my interviewer's email. She is working as a temp adcom staff to help with heavy admission workload these few months.

I wonder if that's a good or a bad thing, that I got interviewed by a temp adcom staff. My interview was kinda short (40 mins) but very pleasant. Is that because the person had 'written me off' in the first few minutes and was only doing a check in the box thereafter? Losing sleep over this

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Hi there -

Yes, I think that's a good plan. However, if they don't want to give you the details for the interviewer, don't worry about it. Since you're conveying in the email to the adcom that you'd like to write your contact to thank them for their time, the adcom will therefore know that you're trying to do the polite thing and it's the thought that counts. ; )

Good luck!

Leohoney wrote:
Hi Erika, I just got done with a skype interview with an alum but can't remember their name! :oops: (The skype call came from a generic MBA Admissions ID). What do you suggest I should do? Do I write to the adcom to share the name and email details of the person who interviewed me and then send them a thank you note?

SBCErikaOlson wrote:
In case this helps anyone else in the coming weeks I just wanted to say that if you don't get your adcom interviewer's direct email address, it's fine to send the message to the general adcom address that you should have from your interview invite. In the subject line just put: Attention: INTERVIEWER's NAME, Thank You

For alumni interviews everyone would have their alum's email address in the first place in order to set up a time/place for the chat.

Good luck, everyone!

[quote="bb10"]Erm, how do we send a thank you note? I don't have my interviewer's email address?
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SBCErikaOlson wrote:
I agree with this advice -- especially since this personally happened to me waaaaay back when I interviewed. (#OLD) And I've had clients call me crying about disastrous interviews this year -- and then they ended up getting in (in Round 1). So the interview truly is just one data point and the adcom is VERY aware that there are some, um, "personalities" across their alumni base (for ALL schools). So while it totally sucks that you had this experience, try to stay positive and remain confident in your candidacy. And man I would also suggest going and doing something nice for yourself this weekend as a little present for surviving that discussion!

Ella2017 wrote:
deetdeet wrote:
I interviewed with Kellogg this week and my interviewer positively did NOT like me at all. She didn't come from my industry and thought that my career and industry did not warrant an MBA, saying that unless I wanted to go into finance or consulting I was pretty much shooting blanks. Feeling pretty disheartened after the interview given that I thought my application was quite strong otherwise. Pity...


I know it's tough but hang in there, you never know..you could have a good surprise, dont lose hope just yet


I had my interview(skype) in middle of January and I didn't send a thank you note thinking that I do not have my interviewer's mail id. Do you think I should send a note now (given that it's too late and they'd think I'd have woken up from my slumber a little too late)?

Cheers..

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Hi there Rohit -

No, I would not follow up on it now -- I think it would come off like you are wanting to nudge them for information rather than as a genuine thank-you at this point. And don't worry, it truly will not have an effect on their final decision. Good luck!


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SBCErikaOlson wrote:
I agree with this advice -- especially since this personally happened to me waaaaay back when I interviewed. (#OLD) And I've had clients call me crying about disastrous interviews this year -- and then they ended up getting in (in Round 1). So the interview truly is just one data point and the adcom is VERY aware that there are some, um, "personalities" across their alumni base (for ALL schools). So while it totally sucks that you had this experience, try to stay positive and remain confident in your candidacy. And man I would also suggest going and doing something nice for yourself this weekend as a little present for surviving that discussion!


I had my interview(skype) in middle of January and I didn't send a thank you note thinking that I do not have my interviewer's mail id. Do you think I should send a note now (given that it's too late and they'd think I'd have woken up from my slumber a little too late)?

Cheers..

- Rohit


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Hi there -

Rest assured this is totally normal! We have several ex-Kellogg adcom members on our staff who have confirmed this is part of their process and they actually usually know the people they hire as temps quite well. Sounds like your interview was definitely within the time range that's normal so I wouldn't stress about any of it. They take their jobs seriously and would never write someone off within a few minutes. Hope that helps you sleep a little better! Good luck!

[quote="Leohoney"]Thanks for the advice, Erika. I wrote to the adcom and obtained my interviewer's email. She is working as a temp adcom staff to help with heavy admission workload these few months.

I wonder if that's a good or a bad thing, that I got interviewed by a temp adcom staff. My interview was kinda short (40 mins) but very pleasant. Is that because the person had 'written me off' in the first few minutes and was only doing a check in the box thereafter? Losing sleep over this
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Hi there Rohit -

No, I would not follow up on it now -- I think it would come off like you are wanting to nudge them for information rather than as a genuine thank-you at this point. And don't worry, it truly will not have an effect on their final decision. Good luck!


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SBCErikaOlson wrote:
I agree with this advice -- especially since this personally happened to me waaaaay back when I interviewed. (#OLD) And I've had clients call me crying about disastrous interviews this year -- and then they ended up getting in (in Round 1). So the interview truly is just one data point and the adcom is VERY aware that there are some, um, "personalities" across their alumni base (for ALL schools). So while it totally sucks that you had this experience, try to stay positive and remain confident in your candidacy. And man I would also suggest going and doing something nice for yourself this weekend as a little present for surviving that discussion!


I had my interview(skype) in middle of January and I didn't send a thank you note thinking that I do not have my interviewer's mail id. Do you think I should send a note now (given that it's too late and they'd think I'd have woken up from my slumber a little too late)?

Cheers..

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Thank you, Erika!! :-)


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Did anyone receive a mail from Kellogg with subject line: "career support for a lifetime"? Just want to check if it has gone to everyone or select few. #interpretations #anxiety

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Did anyone receive a mail from Kellogg with subject line: "career support for a lifetime"? Just want to check if it has gone to everyone or select few. #interpretations #anxiety


Even I've received it. I think they've send it to everyone. #nointerpretation #doesnotmeananythingspecial #keepcalmandcarryon #goodluck


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Did anyone receive a mail from Kellogg with subject line: "career support for a lifetime"? Just want to check if it has gone to everyone or select few. #interpretations #anxiety


I believe it was a general mail. I got one too.

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Thanks Erika. This helps

SBCErikaOlson wrote:
Hi there -

Rest assured this is totally normal! We have several ex-Kellogg adcom members on our staff who have confirmed this is part of their process and they actually usually know the people they hire as temps quite well. Sounds like your interview was definitely within the time range that's normal so I wouldn't stress about any of it. They take their jobs seriously and would never write someone off within a few minutes. Hope that helps you sleep a little better! Good luck!

Leohoney wrote:
Thanks for the advice, Erika. I wrote to the adcom and obtained my interviewer's email. She is working as a temp adcom staff to help with heavy admission workload these few months.

I wonder if that's a good or a bad thing, that I got interviewed by a temp adcom staff. My interview was kinda short (40 mins) but very pleasant. Is that because the person had 'written me off' in the first few minutes and was only doing a check in the box thereafter? Losing sleep over this



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Yesterday I had an interview and it lasted about 70 mins.
There were a lot of questions on leadership and at the end I was asked about why MBA and why Kellogg.

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Yesterday I had an interview and it lasted about 70 mins.
There were a lot of questions on leadership and at the end I was asked about why MBA and why Kellogg.


Does anyone know what percentage of interviewed students get admitted at Kellogg?

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Yesterday I had an interview and it lasted about 70 mins.
There were a lot of questions on leadership and at the end I was asked about why MBA and why Kellogg.


Does anyone know what percentage of interviewed students get admitted at Kellogg?


I don't have official figure but interview acceptance rate (average of last 3 years) of GMATClub applicants at Kellogg is 37%. See this post.. https://gmatclub.com/forum/chances-of-g ... 30246.html
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JamieCecil wrote:
Hiker wrote:
Yesterday I had an interview and it lasted about 70 mins.
There were a lot of questions on leadership and at the end I was asked about why MBA and why Kellogg.


Does anyone know what percentage of interviewed students get admitted at Kellogg?


I don't have official figure but interview acceptance rate (average of last 3 years) of GMATClub applicants at Kellogg is 37%. See this post.. https://gmatclub.com/forum/chances-of-g ... 30246.html


:(

So not much hopes for an Indian applicant with a 710 then

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SBCErikaOlson wrote:
I agree with this advice -- especially since this personally happened to me waaaaay back when I interviewed. (#OLD) And I've had clients call me crying about disastrous interviews this year -- and then they ended up getting in (in Round 1). So the interview truly is just one data point and the adcom is VERY aware that there are some, um, "personalities" across their alumni base (for ALL schools). So while it totally sucks that you had this experience, try to stay positive and remain confident in your candidacy. And man I would also suggest going and doing something nice for yourself this weekend as a little present for surviving that discussion!

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deetdeet wrote:
I interviewed with Kellogg this week and my interviewer positively did NOT like me at all. She didn't come from my industry and thought that my career and industry did not warrant an MBA, saying that unless I wanted to go into finance or consulting I was pretty much shooting blanks. Feeling pretty disheartened after the interview given that I thought my application was quite strong otherwise. Pity...


I know it's tough but hang in there, you never know..you could have a good surprise, dont lose hope just yet


Thanks so much for the encouraging words! I really hope I get a happy ending like that. Fingers crossed that I get a good call in 2 weeks!

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Guys,

I just received an unexpected promotion yesterday. I know that R2 decision is less than 3 weeks away. Should I still call/email adcom to let them know about this update?

Thanks!

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Guys,

I just received an unexpected promotion yesterday. I know that R2 decision is less than 3 weeks away. Should I still call/email adcom to let them know about this update?

Thanks!



I would definitely reach out to the AdCom if I were you. I would also include your application reference number (which can be found in your application portal) to make it easier for them to update your file.

And congrats!

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Hey Everyone, kind of new here. I was accepted in Round 1. Wanted to know if there is a whatsapp group?

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Hey Everyone, kind of new here. I was accepted in Round 1. Wanted to know if there is a whatsapp group?


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