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# Calling all Tuck (Dartmouth) Applicants: (2017 Intake) Class of 2019!!

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03 Mar 2017, 22:16
Guys don't worry about the email . I received one the same as everyone else and was given a call by the adcom on the day of the formal result

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05 Mar 2017, 19:18
bb10 wrote:
minhas3 wrote:
bb10 wrote:
The adcom said that interview invites can be sent out all the way to decision date.

So let's say someone gets an invite on March 10th - when do they receive a decision?

I don't think any more invites are coming for Jan round applicants.

So you think some of us that have not yet received an interview request (application submitted in jan round) can consider ourselves rejected for this year?

Seems that way. I have not seen any more invited coming thru this week (either on livewire or gmatclub).

I would think its WL or deny.

I heard someone from Haas said she interviewed and then got admission offer the next day. not sure about other schools.
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05 Mar 2017, 19:19
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Guys don't worry about the email . I received one the same as everyone else and was given a call by the adcom on the day of the formal result

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thank you!
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06 Mar 2017, 11:34
Tuck week! I'm so pumped. Think I have a real decent shot here - did the on-campus interview, stats right in line, and have quite a bit of international experience. Would love to be admitted!
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06 Mar 2017, 11:57
The waiting is killing me. Already can't focus
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06 Mar 2017, 11:58
98 hours.

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06 Mar 2017, 12:00
I didnt even get an interview invite
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06 Mar 2017, 12:01
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I didnt even get an interview invite

Me either. Just waiting for the official ding...
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Tuck week! I'm so pumped. Think I have a real decent shot here - did the on-campus interview, stats right in line, and have quite a bit of international experience. Would love to be admitted!

Keep in touch and let us know of your result.
In a way, we are in direct competition. Similar fields and international experience. I have low stats but let's see. On the wait list.

All the best buddy.
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MBAs Volunteer on Board for Local Nonprofit Positive Tracks  [#permalink]

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06 Mar 2017, 13:00
 FROM Tuck Admissions Blog: MBAs Volunteer on Board for Local Nonprofit Positive Tracks By Helena Nannes T’17I’m a list person. So, naturally, when I came to Hanover, I had a list of things that I couldn’t imagine graduating from Tuck without experiencing. At the top was the Revers Board Fellow Program—an opportunity for Tuck students to sit as non-voting members (voting vs. non-voting status is up to the organization) on the boards of local nonprofits and work with them on projects that can add value to their organizations. The chance to give back to the Hanover community coupled with experiential learning made the Revers Program a perfect complement to my classroom education at Tuck.A number of local organizations participate in the Revers Program and we’re lucky here in Hanover to have a chance to get to know them all through a wide variety of volunteer opportunities. When I first learned about Positive Tracks, I knew it was the perfect fit. Positive Tracks helps youth get active and give back. The organization and its founders believe that kids need fun, active pathways to help causes they care about. At Positive Tracks’ core is the belief that doing good is good for you, and that nothing rivals the power of sport to mobilize and unite people of all backgrounds and demographics. As a former college athlete myself, I knew “Sweat for Good!” was a mantra I could get behind. I am one of two board fellows with Positive Tracks, and my classmate Nikki Burns T’17 and I have had an absolute blast.My work with Positive Tracks began in the second half of my first year and is still ongoing. The team at Positive Tracks is inspiring and ambitious, and we’re constantly working on an assortment of different initiatives as the organization seeks to become a national—and hopefully one day global—movement. One of these initiatives is understanding how to measure and share the effects that Positive Tracks has on youth. We’re working with independent evaluators from the University of Michigan and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation who have found that Positive Tracks’ programs lead to youth feeling increased confidence as leaders, increased empathy and perseverance, and enhanced fitness.Another important initiative we’re focused on is how to bring Positive Tracks to more communities and touch more lives throughout North America. We recently worked with Tuck Professor Steve Kahl as well as other community members and youth on a design thinking exercise to devise new ways to reach communities outside of our own. Nikki and I work with Positive Tracks on the real-world business problems that organizations face, and we use our Tuck education to provide additional perspectives, guidance, and strategic thinking to the boardroom. Being a part of an organization that cares so deeply for kids and getting active makes it easy to jump on board. Before we graduate, one of our goals for Positive Tracks is to develop an even deeper connection to the Tuck community through opportunities such as youth mentorship programs, executive “power hours” for strategic brainstorming, and Tuck-based teams for local athletic events where Positive Tracks already has a presence, such as the CHaD Hero Half Marathon.Facilitating opportunities for kids to lead through getting active and giving back is something everyone can get behind. With a message this strong and a leadership base so inspiring, I know that I’ll stay involved with Positive Tracks long after I’ve left Hanover. It’s incredible to think that as a 27 year-old I’m sitting on the board of a nonprofit, but the Revers Program has made that possible. The program enables Tuck students to leave a mark on Hanover in hopes of empowering organizations like Positive Tracks to leave a mark on the rest of the world.
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06 Mar 2017, 17:32
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The waiting is killing me. Already can't focus

same here...
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06 Mar 2017, 22:42
Good luck guys! Hope all of you will get good news on March 10th. #Fingerscrossed Keep eye on Decision Tracker for live updates. https://gmatclub.com/forum/tuck-194/app-tracker.html

Interview applicants mind sharing their interview experiences?
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Revers Center for Energy Speaker Series Hosts Head of Strategy at Rosa  [#permalink]

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 FROM Tuck Admissions Blog: Revers Center for Energy Speaker Series Hosts Head of Strategy at Rosatom Sergei Petrov T'12 speaks on the Future of EnergySergei Petrov, T’12 is currently the head of strategy at the Russian National Nuclear Corporation Rosatom. Prior to this role, he was responsible for downstream strategy at TNK-BP and Rosneft. After graduating from Tuck in 2012, Sergei worked at McKinsey in Moscow.By Andy Ladygin T'17Andy is a second-year student at Tuck, where he is a Revers Center for Energy student fellow. Prior to Tuck, he worked in investment management in Russia, focusing on energy equities and commodities. Prior to that, he was at Transaction Services Group at KPMG, working on financial due diligence and merger integration projects in oil and gas sector. Over the summer, Andy worked in equity research at Rainin Group, a family office in New York. Andy is also co-chair of Investment Club, Tuck Asset Management fund, and a Visiting Executive host fellow. Andy holds a BA in Finance & Credit with distinction from Finance University under the Government of the Russian Federation.Going into Sergei’s talk, I had a bit of an understanding of the nuclear power industry. Just a month ago, I spent my fall break evaluating uranium mining companies for a hedge fund. Safety concerns, widespread public outcry, nascent technology, construction delays, budget overruns, long lead times, enormous capital outlays, ageing fleets, and regulatory pressures – these are the challenges that pop up in my head when I think about nuclear today.In Tuck's Barclays classroom that day, I naturally expected Sergei to talk about the benefits of nuclear energy—non-intermittency, low cost, large scale, small footprint, and technological advances—and about the importance of it in reaching Paris Agreement goals. To my surprise, Sergei’s talk was instead focused on how wind, solar, and battery technologies are moving the world into the fourth industrial revolution.Sergei’s point of view was inspiring and invigorating. With a few simple charts, he showed how much experts have underestimated the magnitude of changes taking place in the world of energy—proliferation of solar and wind power keeps beating even the most optimistic forecasts. According to Sergei, this phenomenon has happened with game changing technologies in the past and is happening again today.Here are a few points I took home from Sergei’s presentation: The changes in the energy sector while positive for society overall are disruptive for incumbent energy producers and often fatal for companies unwilling to adapt. By the year 2100 the big four components of energy will likely be renewables, nuclear, energy transmission, and energy storage. The key challenges to overcome on the way to a greener world include more efficient power storage technologies and the development of distribution and transmission infrastructure to make green power universally accessible.It’s remarkable that executives at Rosatom fully realize and embrace the potential of clean energy and have a more optimistic view on it than many I have seen. Remember that Russia is a country rich with fossil fuel energy. This really gives me hope that the world might be moving in the right direction and that together we will reach a point in which energy is universally abundant, green, and safe for our planet.The Revers Center for Energy inspires and shapes tomorrow's leaders in energy while engaging today's energy community. It aspires to establish Tuck as the preeminent business school for learning practical leadership in the energy industry.
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08 Mar 2017, 10:56
safe to say that only dings are on their way?
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09 Mar 2017, 01:29
And then Livewire goes down..
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09 Mar 2017, 06:11
Good luck today and tomorrow everyone!
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09 Mar 2017, 07:11
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Good luck today and tomorrow everyone!

Are they releasing decisions today?
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09 Mar 2017, 07:17
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Good luck today and tomorrow everyone!

Are they releasing decisions today?

Last year all the acceptances on livewire came the day before the deadline. Not sure if it'll be the same way this year
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09 Mar 2017, 07:24
mgo113 wrote:
Narenn wrote:
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Good luck today and tomorrow everyone!

Are they releasing decisions today?

Last year all the acceptances on livewire came the day before the deadline. Not sure if it'll be the same way this year

For Nov round of this year too people started getting calls on Nov 9th, a day before the decision deadline, so there's high probability of getting calls today. Good luck to all.

While you wait, join chat room4 to share decision updates with each other in real time... https://gmatclub.com/forum/mchat4.php?fl=menu

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