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Submitted my application on EA deadline day, received the "Application complete" email from Belinda on 19th October. The invites are still coming in, and from reading last year's stats, EA interview invites will be sent till mid November or so.

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FROM Tuck Admissions Blog: The Tuck Experience: Getting to Know Tuck at DivCo
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A Q&A with Rachel Phillips, a first-year student at Tuck.

How did you first learn about Tuck?

I first learned about Tuck through the Consortium application.  The Consortium seeks to identify students with a passion for increasing underrepresented minorities in business education and leadership.  I then had the opportunity to meet senior associate director of admissions Amy Mitson, Justin Holzwarth T’16, and Keith Morancie T’16 in Chicago at the Reaching Out MBA (ROMBA) 2015 conference. Everyone was warm, friendly, and happy to answer my questions. I kept in touch with Justin who helped me prep for my interview and encouraged me to complete my interview at the Tuck Diversity Conference. He gave me great advice and showed me how supportive Tuckies are.

Tell me about your Tuck DivCo experience.

When I arrived on campus, I was immediately taken aback by the gorgeous buildings and picturesque campus. Helena Nannes T’17 was gracious enough to lend her room to Jodine Gordon T’18 and me for the weekend. Being in the dorms made me feel like I was at home with family.

The next day, I learned about the admissions process and had the opportunity to participate in a strategy course taught by professor of corporate communication Paul Argenti. We had a lively discussion about how societal pressures can positively impact a company’s strategy. Professor Argenti had incredible energy throughout the class and it just felt great to be back in the classroom. Later that day, we had a small plate dinner at one of the many gorgeous houses Tuckies rent in the second year. We had candid discussions about life at Tuck and I felt very comfortable getting to know everyone.

On Saturday, during the student life panels at DivCo, I learned of Justin Gerrard T’16 who launched a wildly successful social dating app called BAE during his time at Tuck. I learned how he tailored his course experiences to create BAE and how his classmates assisted him. This discussion reinforced how supportive the Tuck network is. I then had the opportunity to experience a wine tasting courtesy of the Wine Club. We went from Italy to Spain learning about the history and how to examine different wines. Needless to say, the Wine Club was one of the first clubs I joined when I arrived here at Tuck.

My DivCo experience wrapped up with the Black Light party in Raether Hall. At the party everyone wears white t-shirts with different funny statements that glow in the black light. I had so much fun that night! Tuckies showed me that they know how to turn up and have a great time. The party was the perfect ending to my DivCo experience.

Can you share a moment that really stuck out for you?

There were actually a couple of moments that stuck out to me at the DivCo dinner on Saturday. First, Jay Calhoun T'08, a Tuck alumnus and Oklahoman, sat at my table. It was fantastic to meet another engineer from Oklahoma and learn about why he chose Tuck, his experiences at Tuck, and his career success after Tuck in private equity. 

Another moment that stuck out to me occurred after dinner on Saturday. I was chatting with a few prospective students when Dean Slaughter came over to speak to us. He started out by asking if we had any questions and let us know we could ask him anything. By taking time out to have a conversation with us, he showed us how thoughtful and down-to-earth the leadership is at Tuck. Now that I am a part of the Tuck Fabric, I continue to be impressed with Dean Slaughter’s commitment to our community.

Would you say DivCo helped solidify your decision to come to Tuck?

Yes, absolutely! I had a wonderful time at DivCo. The programming was robust and I knew after the conference that Tuck was the perfect fit for me. Since my DivCo experience, Tuck has exceeded all of my expectations. I am still in awe of my school and am grateful to be a part of this amazing community!

What would you to say to prospective students who are considering attending DivCo?

Learn as much as you can about the program, the students, and living in the Upper Valley. Ask questions that allow you to determine if this is the right environment for you. Make sure to keep in touch with everyone you meet in the program. These individuals will be a source of support as you finish out your business school applications, start your MBA program, and beyond.
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Does anyone know if re-applicants that had a self-initiated interview for their previous application (but not for the current one) need to receive an interview invite or if the admissions committee will just use the self-initiated interview from last year again?

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Does anyone know if re-applicants that had a self-initiated interview for their previous application (but not for the current one) need to receive an interview invite or if the admissions committee will just use the self-initiated interview from last year again?


Generally they use previous one (last year's), but they may also invite you to interview again if they need additional info from you.

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FROM Tuck Admissions Blog: Q&A with Tuck Student Ambassador: Roy Movshovitz-Moav
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Tuck's Student Ambassador Team collaborates with the Admissions Office to share their Tuck experience with prospective students. The Team is structured by geographical region, with an SAT Captain leading each. In the following months, we'll introduce you to them starting with Roy Movshovitz-Moav, T'18 and Middle-East Captain. Please reach out to Roy or any other Student Ambassador using this website. They love to connect with future Tuckies, especially when they're from "home"!

Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?

I was born and raised in Jerusalem, Israel but spent most of my adult years in Tel Aviv. After completing a 6.5 year-long service in the Israeli Air Force, I started working for Aeronautics Ltd, one of Israel's leading drone manufacturers/exporters. While working full-time at Aeronautics, I attended Tel-Aviv University and earned a degree in the Humanities and Economics. I'm currently exploring career options for post-Tuck, but am drawn to roles in consulting and tech.

Why Tuck?

Three reasons: 

  • Location—living in the amazing Upper Valley is really an opportunity of a lifetime.
  • Community—the relatively small class size means that within weeks you get to know most, if not all, of your classmates.
  • Faculty—there's hardly a day that goes by at Tuck without being amazed by our professors. By incorporating their research into class they make every session unique and powerful.

Everyone at Tuck chooses a different path. What’s your life at Tuck like?

I'm currently involved in the Consulting Club, Tech Club, Outdoors Club and the Jewish Club. I spend the remainder of the time with my wonderful wife and our dog Benny. On the weekend you'll probably find me playing Tripod Hockey and basketball.

Transformational Moment

Sitting in Cook auditorium on the last day of orientation and hearing dean Slaughter talk about our role as future leaders in our society. 

Why did you join the Student Ambassador Team?

I find the role super rewarding! As someone who was recently an applicant himself, I believe I can help many others who are currently debating about b-school or Tuck. Specifically, I'm interested in reaching out and developing more interest in my home region. 

What surprised you most about Tuck?

The number of opportunities to take on a leadership role and the number of social events that take place on campus or in Sachem Village.

Any advice for prospective students?

Maybe the most common one, but surely the best one—just be yourself! There is no alternative to being genuine through the process and knowing that the program you chose is right for who you are.
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Does anyone know if re-applicants that had a self-initiated interview for their previous application (but not for the current one) need to receive an interview invite or if the admissions committee will just use the self-initiated interview from last year again?


Generally they use previous one (last year's), but they may also invite you to interview again if they need additional info from you.


Thanks for the info!

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I was checking the application tracker, and I saw varoon27 change his/her status to denied, I was under the impression that Tuck does not have rolling reject/admit policy. What do you guys know/think?

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I emailed and asked because why not. I'll update if I get a response.

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So I applied to Tuck for EA round and received an email on 12th October stating that my application was complete and being submitted for review. I haven't heard from them since then. What should I make of this. Am I dinged? I would like to add that my achievements and awards section of the application was blank because I don't have anything significant to highlight. Can this lead to a definite ding?

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So I applied to Tuck for EA round and received an email on 12th October stating that my application was complete and being submitted for review. I haven't heard from them since then. What should I make of this. Am I dinged? I would like to add that my achievements and awards section of the application was blank because I don't have anything significant to highlight. Can this lead to a definite ding?


Dont lose hope painkiller. Its not over till its over. Did you get the interview done yet or no ?
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So I applied to Tuck for EA round and received an email on 12th October stating that my application was complete and being submitted for review. I haven't heard from them since then. What should I make of this. Am I dinged? I would like to add that my achievements and awards section of the application was blank because I don't have anything significant to highlight. Can this lead to a definite ding?


Dont lose hope painkiller. Its not over till its over. Did you get the interview done yet or no ?


Thanks for the encouragement. I haven't received an invite yet. What happens to be the last date for interview invites. I have seen very few people reporting that they have received invites.

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So I applied to Tuck for EA round and received an email on 12th October stating that my application was complete and being submitted for review. I haven't heard from them since then. What should I make of this. Am I dinged? I would like to add that my achievements and awards section of the application was blank because I don't have anything significant to highlight. Can this lead to a definite ding?


Dont lose hope painkiller. Its not over till its over. Did you get the interview done yet or no ?


Thanks for the encouragement. I haven't received an invite yet. What happens to be the last date for interview invites. I have seen very few people reporting that they have received invites.


Dont quote me on this but don't you have to initiate the interview on your own ?
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Yes mbsingh you are partially correct. Applicant initiated interviews are on-campus only. If an applicant is unable to visit the campus than he/she will receive an invitation for interview.

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Directly from the admissions office

"Interview invites can be issued at any time throughout the application round; there is no deadline. If you do not receive an invitation, it is not an indicator one way or another of your application status. "

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"Interview invites can be issued at any time throughout the application round; there is no deadline. If you do not receive an invitation, it is not an indicator one way or another of your application status. "


Thanks for the information erose.

Where will tuck take you ? - An interesting webinar about opportunities for future tuckies.
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FROM Tuck Admissions Blog: Waiting for the Institution Revolution
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On a Thursday morning earlier this semester, I had the opportunity to attend a lunch conversation with Brian Gallagher, the CEO of United Way Worldwide. The next day, James Comey, the Director of the FBI, sent a short letter to Congress, informing lawmakers that––due to the discovery of new evidence––the Bureau would be reopening its investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server for email.

On the face of it, these two events are not related. This will not be a post about the election or email servers. Instead, it will be about institutions.

As Mr. Gallagher described in our conversation, the United Way has gone through a series of shifts––from an organization set up to provide for an industrializing society to a “fundraising organization” (his words) and, most recently, to “an institution that has relationships across society.” In his telling, the United Way was founded to create an infrastructure of support for people moving from rural communities to rapidly forming urban ones. Organizations, like the United Way, existed to address needs unmet by government, community and business.

Then things changed again. Migration patterns shifted; demographics changed; technologies evolved; the United States began to shift away from an economy of persistent growth; and the social contract began to change.

While in the past, American communities may have looked to business (with its plentiful jobs and healthy pensions) or government for help, a more divided and diverse country might feel a lack of trustworthy institutions that can capably keep us together and push forward.

All of this brings us to the FBI––long considered a trusted, objective institution––which has found itself under increasing fire from both sides of the political aisle for doing too little or too much (depending on with whom you’re talking) in this year’s election. But, regardless of opinion, a less-than-fringe outcry against an institution, like the FBI, suggests that institutions in today’s society are in for extremely difficult days ahead––and it’s why I was particularly interested in Mr. Gallagher’s assertion that the United Way was looking to shift more decisively into (or further into) the world of institutions.

As it stands today, there doesn’t seem to be an abundance of new institutions that are best reacting to our rapidly changing world––and only slightly more old institutions that are. Going forward, it will be interesting to observe not only which institutions—like the United Way—step into the void left by a changing world, but also which ones will do it well.

Our economy––and our country––may depend on it.

The Center for Business, Government & Society is focused on meeting the evolving complexities facing business leaders in today’s global economy. In the context of globalization and technological advancement, business success increasingly depends on reconciling the interests of its immediate stakeholders with the broader, deeply intertwined interests of both governments and society. Business leaders adept at navigating these many interests will be better equipped and empowered to help build a more sustainable global economy.
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So I applied to Tuck for EA round and received an email on 12th October stating that my application was complete and being submitted for review. I haven't heard from them since then. What should I make of this. Am I dinged? I would like to add that my achievements and awards section of the application was blank because I don't have anything significant to highlight. Can this lead to a definite ding?


Dont lose hope painkiller. Its not over till its over. Did you get the interview done yet or no ?


Thanks for the encouragement. I haven't received an invite yet. What happens to be the last date for interview invites. I have seen very few people reporting that they have received invites.


I see about 10 people reporting interview invites on the live wire. Not sure if that's a low or high number. I'm also anxiously waiting. Let's hope they come sooner rather than later.


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