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I have my interview at Berkeley this Friday and was wondering if anyone had any advice regarding what else to do while I am there. The only events I see on Berkeley's web site are two class visits, both of which are already full. Are there any other activities that I could attend while on campus?

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curtman118 wrote:
I have my interview at Berkeley this Friday and was wondering if anyone had any advice regarding what else to do while I am there. The only events I see on Berkeley's web site are two class visits, both of which are already full. Are there any other activities that I could attend while on campus?



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My advice may not be very relevant to you but I would try taking a tour around the campus and meet up with current students if you haven't done so yet. I think getting to know the current student pool will help you understand the Haas's culture. When I did my visit, I went out with current students the night before and then had lunch with other students the following day. Interacting with students in different settings helped me see a bigger picture, also it was my first time in Berkeley so it was nice to explore the town with the "locals" and get familiar with the area.

Good luck on Friday! You will rock it!

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Meeting with current students formally or informally is always an underrated use of your time. It really gives you a nice in-depth understanding of campus life and the school. Often the school may set you up if you are looking for something formal or even an email to a rep to one of the campus clubs works as well. Outside of that sitting in public areas on campus and chatting up current students is another great informal approach
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