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Calling Chicago (Booth) Applicants for 2009

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New post 12 Jan 2009, 18:33
Hehe. Way to go rhyme! Thanks for keeping us updated on all ur success!

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Congratulations! You have placed on the Dean’s Honor List for your autumn 2008 academic performance. A signed congratulatory letter from Dean Stacey Kole will be placed in your mail folder by the end of this week.


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New post 12 Jan 2009, 19:11
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You told me you would be more social and less academic in your second year. What happened???


Just so you guys know, every first year is freaking out by now, some interviews are released for Investment Management roles and Banking (IB and S&T), consulting is for next week, I'd say that these areas comprise more than half of the students.
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kwam wrote:
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You told me you would be more social and less academic in your second year. What happened???


I am more social and less academic, its just not that hard to do well apparently.
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Way to go rhyme!
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New post 13 Jan 2009, 07:34
Wait, wasn't that other school a bit further north the one with the fluffy reputation? :P

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I am more social and less academic, its just not that hard to do well apparently.
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rhyme wrote:
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Congratulations! You have placed on the Dean’s Honor List for your autumn 2008 academic performance. A signed congratulatory letter from Dean Stacey Kole will be placed in your mail folder by the end of this week.


ROAR LIKE LION


nicely done :)
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New post 14 Jan 2009, 10:14
Everyone recieve the email for Booth R2.


"Next Steps for Round 2 Applicants

Thanks for submitting your application and for your interest in Chicago Booth. In keeping with our commitment to transparency in the Admissions process, we are sending this email to explain what will happen with your application within the next few weeks.
From January 7 to February 18:
This is our primary application evaluation period. While we're reading files, you will notice the status of your application periodically changing in our Online Application System. Below is a description of each status:
Submitted - Once you submit your application online the status will change to "Submitted." At this time, edits to your application are no longer possible. Recommendations may be submitted until January 14th.
Received - This means that we've received your materials. Your status may not be changed to "Received" for about two weeks after the application deadline. If your status does not read "Received" by January 26, contact us at admissions@ChicagoBooth.edu

Complete - This means that all required information has been received and physically placed in your file by the operations team. If your application status doesn't read "Complete" by January 28, please contact us at admissions@ChicagoBooth.edu

Incomplete - This means that we have not received all of your required information. We'll contact you via email if you are "Incomplete." You can also check which requirements are missing on the Application Status screen in the Online Application System.
The Admissions Committee will begin to release interview invitations on Wednesday, January 21st and will continue this process through Wednesday, February 18th. Look for an email that asks you to check your status via the Online Application System. If your status reads Invite to Interview, the Admissions Committee believes an interview will help us further evaluate your admission credentials. We will provide detailed instructions on scheduling your interview.

If you do not receive an invitation to be interviewed by the mid-decision date (February 18), you will receive your final decision on that date.
From February 18 to March 25:
As soon as you have been invited to interview, you will need to schedule and complete your Admissions interview. All Interviews must be completed by March 4.
Remember that if invited to interview, you will be required to submit official transcripts, GMAT scores and/or TOEFL/IELTS score reports by March 9. Please note that even after your interview is completed, your status will remain "Invite to Interview" until a final decision has been made.
After your interview is completed, the Committee will again read your application along with your interview feedback in order to make a final decision.

On March 25, the Final Decision date, we'll be ready to release final decisions at 9:00 am. Look for the last email asking you to check your status online.
The Admissions team is here to address your questions and concerns. Feel free to reach us at 773.702.7369 or admissions@ChicagoBooth.edu. Good Luck!
Warm regards,


Rosemaria Martinelli
Associate Dean, Student Recruitment & Admissions"
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I received it too! It is old information! It was sent in the newsletter as well.
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New post 14 Jan 2009, 16:27
Did just 8 of us apply in R2? thats a huge difference from the 50 in R1. last year, they were 23 in R1 and 40 in R2. Browsing through other school threads, i could see a similar trend. Seems like most of us applied to our targetted programs in R1.
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kwam wrote:
Just so you guys know, every first year is freaking out by now, some interviews are released for Investment Management roles and Banking (IB and S&T), consulting is for next week, I'd say that these areas comprise more than half of the students.


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Did just 8 of us apply in R2? thats a huge difference from the 50 in R1. last year, they were 23 in R1 and 40 in R2. Browsing through other school threads, i could see a similar trend. Seems like most of us applied to our targetted programs in R1.

Not only. Me too :)
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I applied R2 too.
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FYI, its cold today.

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New post 15 Jan 2009, 08:21
Ugh my god rhyme don't post that!! haha
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I have the same car as you. Would anyone like to see mine today? :)
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Hey, I recognize that speedometer!

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Wow it's warm in Chicago. It's -12 here in Madison :)
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Wow it's warm in Chicago. It's -12 here in Madison :)


Remind me never to move to Wisconsin. It's in the high 20s in DC and I'm FREEZING!
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New post 15 Jan 2009, 12:11
I feel your pain. It's a frigid 68 in Phoenix. One of my co-workers even wore long sleeves today.

Ok...that was mean. I'll be sure to post a pic of my dashboard as it melts in July.
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New post 15 Jan 2009, 12:12
Do you guys find extreme cold or extreme heat more uncomfortable?

Personally, I can deal with 120+ degree weather easier than I can deal with negative anything weather.
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