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Calling all Ross 2018 Applicants - Class of 2020

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hudamaniam wrote:
trav2020 wrote:
Were the dings reflected in your application portal?

Do we think they're sending them out in waves?


My application portal still just says "submitted."


Ah. Sorry for the ding! Best of luck with your other schools.
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Sadly got the ding! :( Had high hopes on Ross and its real sad to get this ding! Hope to have something positive from the other schools!

All the best to others still waiting on Ross!
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Ross DECISION TRACKER

Updates for the last hour:

  • Denied, 3 minutes ago, from United States, GMAT:740 (Q50 V40), GPA: 3.7, Industry: Telecommunications, WE 70, heard via: email
  • Denied, 22 minutes ago, from India, GMAT:750 (Q50 V42), GPA: 2.8, Industry: Retail, WE 63, heard via: email
  • Denied, 27 minutes ago, from United States, GMAT:740 (Q48 V42), GPA: 3.87, Industry: Energy and Utilities, WE 120, heard via: email

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For those interested in applying to Tauber I highly suggested you don't. I wrote a comprehensive google review of the program that you can find by googling "Tauber Institute review". I would post the link but the rules of the forum won't let me.

If you have any questions about the program feel free to DM me.

EDIT: Google Review Link http://bit.ly/2BSVlLQ
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Sadly got the ding! :( Had high hopes on Ross and its real sad to get this ding! Hope to have something positive from the other schools!

All the best to others still waiting on Ross!


I'm very sorry to hear this. Stay positive!
Quick question for you. When did you apply and interview?
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Some time ago i requested people to post their interview feedbacks (and got some great responses, thank you folks!).
Now its my time to give back and put my report here for applicants to use.

First of all, i have to say that this was the coolest interview of all 5 i had, and pretty much the easiest one which is amazing because other schools i talked to were below Ross in ranking.
So the whole thing lasted only 30 min versus usual 45-50 mins. This was not meant though, it just happened that we started a little late and connection was bad for the first 5 mins of the interview.
The interviewer was super cool, really friendly and nice person. Interview was very conversational and it almost didnt look like an interview, we laughed about a couple of things, i asked some questions back to the interviewer when he made some remarks.
In terms of actual questions i was only asked the traditional wmtyr question and just 2-3 very basic behavioral questions (tell about an obstacle you faced, etc). This is a stark contrast cmpared to 10-12 questions in all other interviews.
No weird and odd questions at all which i especially appreciate !

Now, from all my research i understand that people have totally different experiences specifically with Ross, in terms of number of questions asked and how hard/odd the questiobs are, so i guess its a matter of chance what your interview will be like. so dont relax just yet, but at least there is really a good chance that your interviewer will be just as cool as mine.

Just one more piece of info that i was told by another Ross student (not the interviewer): the primary goal of the interview is to assess your cultural fit , since all other factors have been already positively ranked if you got invited. So just be yourself, be cool and act like you would act with your classmates. Dont forget to show off how collaborative and supportive you are (assuming that you are!!)
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