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# Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants

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09 Jan 2013, 09:49
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Jan 30 and Feb 7 for invitations!

Oh boy both those dates seem SO FAR AWAY! And surprisingly, unlike last year no stats about round 1 invitations!

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09 Jan 2013, 15:01
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dpulavarthi wrote:
One more thing, she doesn't mention what time on Jan 30 and Feb 7 the invites would go out but am guessing noon.

Dpulavarthi - good assumption, as everything from HBS has been released at noon. R1 interview invites went out by email at 12:02pm ET on 10/17, if I recall. That two minutes was agony though!

Good luck to all R2 applicants - I hope I'll get to see you in a few months at the ASW for R2. In fact, when hunterashmore and I were chatting and he told me about this site I wanted to come on here and say hi/commiserate/anticipate all over again with y'all

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09 Jan 2013, 18:55
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The stats from last year are on the same blog, blog post dated: 13 Jan 2012.

Here is a excerpt:
"Now, please pay attention - this is a new level of transparency that I hope is helpful, but I need you to understand that I am talking about what happened in Round 1 vs. telling you exactly what will happen in Round 2 (which we obviously DON'T KNOW now).

The pattern of interview invitation volume in Round 1 was:

Week 1 (first wave of invitations): 750 invitations sent
Week 2 (second wave): 80 invitations sent
Week 3 (third/final wave): 25 invitations sent

Round 2 won't be identical, but I think it will be directionally similar. Please hear me when I say that the timing of the interview invitation is NOT a signal of the strength of a candidate. The only thing that it maps to is the ability of our Admissions Board to move through their (large) reading allocations."

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10 Jan 2013, 10:45
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epesesse wrote:
HI All,

I'm in Round 2, also.
I just read the admission director's thread, and it actually made me even more anxious. In less than a month you're either out or still have a slight chance...

Does anyone know if there are any stats on how many applicants for R2 and how many invitations will be send out?

Another quick question: Do you guys give a call to the admission office to make sure they received the official score reports for TOEFL and GMAT? Do you think that's necessary?

Good luck to all!

to your last question, i don't think it's necessary at all. and doing so increases their workload and may actually hurt your chance.

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From: Sanford Kreisberg [ mailto:hbsguru@gmail.com]

Subject: Re: HBS Interview Debrief
haha, sounds real good, dude, you cert passed the interview and may have added some cred to your story.
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At 09:45 PM 11/19/2009, you wrote:
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15 Jan 2013, 07:27
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@ huberhuber, the HBS website says we shall hear from Harvard on 30th January and/or 7th February.. just 15 more days to go... dont worry..
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Hey international R1ers. I have a very important question. Was Harvard adcom in the hub cities the entire interview season, or were they in each city for a specific date range?

Adcoms are only in Hub cities for part of the window, as hinted at in Dee Leopold's blog post below, my advice is to get to that online scheduler
ASAP after you get the invite, especially in more exotic locales, where interview dates are sometimes only 3 or so days (that can mean 20-40 slots depending on how many adcoms they send; adcoms usually travel like nuns, in twos, but not always.)
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[this was Round One interview instructions fr. Dee's blog ]October 17 and 24 - interview invitations will go out via email. This invitation will give you details about how to use the online interview scheduler which will go live the next day. We already know the planned locations for Round One: London, Paris, Dubai, Shanghai, Sao Paulo, Palo Alto, New York City and - always — on campus here in Boston. What we can't promise is that there will be enough spots in hub cities for everyone to be accommodated - we make travel plans early and make our best guess as to what capacity will be needed in each location. For those of you choosing to come to Boston for your interview, there will actually be some formal programming on the interview days to help you get to know the school better.
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21 Jan 2013, 13:40
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esdykes wrote:
I've had a few requests for interview prep advice, so I thought I'd share here for everyone.

1. I used two sources for prep:
HARBUS un-official guide: http://www.hbsinterview.com/

2. I basically looked over my application about 100 times before the interview looking for gaps or career choices so I could concisely explain my decisions. Remember - your interviewer will have your application in front of him/her and may reference something specific. This happened to me: She asked me what I meant when I described my current role. I laughed a bit and told her it's hard to explain what I do in 200 characters and then answered in more detail. I think she chuckled.

3. RELAX!! I usually do not get nervous, but I could tell in my first answer or two that I was a mess. I just kept thinking that I knew myself better than they did and the purpose of the interview is show them who you are - nothing more, nothing less. That seemed to help me calm down, but think about what works for you. You will most likely need to use it!

GOOD LUCK!!!!

This is great advice! I will also add: be able to answer anything thrown at you in a clear and concise manner. This is going to be the shortest 30 minutes of you life, so be ready to manage your time wisely when answering each question. Memorizing all the questions will do you no good because you will always get surprises, but I would suggest looking through them while asking yourself which ones might cause you to stumble in your response. Going in, you should know what messages you want to get across - either what you want to reinforce or what might not have been clear in your app - so that you can work them in to your responses.

I did some mock interviews with a friend where we would go through 15 - 20 random questions and he would give feedback on areas where I would ramble or where I was not clear. This really helped - I tend to be a tangential conversationalist and getting a better feel for the duration of my responses was incredibly valuable.

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Mahmoud80 wrote:
Time is moving so slow, I have normal stats, nothing special but I was told I have a very unique story and background and I have good chances at HBS. Now I have noticed two spelling mistakes on my application, Am I out? how serious do they take these typos??

Two spelling mistakes are not going to change your outcome, neither is something more major, like saying "I want to attend Stanford . . ." when you meant "HBS" --assuming the reasons are HBS related and not saying b.c. of the touchie feelie course and closeness to Silicon Valley.
SO don't worry about that. Even a red-faced spelling mistake like "cuntry" for "country" won't sink you, it has happened. To their credit, adcoms will get behind that and see what is under the hood in terms of stats, story, recs, and motives. If, however, sloppiness of app is reflective of not-caring in general or somehow synchs up with your resume, well, in those instances, just another reason to ding someone. Not saying that is you, but just saying.
If you want to outline your stats and story in some general way, happy to tell you what your chances are, I am the world's leading expert at that, see my stuff on Poets and Quants http://poetsandquants.com/2013/01/18/handicapping-your-shot-at-a-top-b-school/
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naughtyelf2000 wrote:
Should we expect mails raining in on 12:01pm Local Boston time?

Yep, give or take a minute due to server lag. Mine was at 12:00:16.

Good luck future classmates! Feel free to pass the time in the GMATClub chat!

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29 Jan 2013, 14:00
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harshchamp wrote:

I need your advice regarding an important issue.I converted my GPA through (WES)World Education Services (3.54/4.00).My GPA on a 10.0 scale is 6.68 but since the grading system at my institute(comparable to IIT's - top10)is tough I don't know what the Adcoms will make of my 6.68 GPA.Also,not many people from my college apply to B-schools so I have no idea how adcoms will normalize my scores. I even submitted an alternative transcript from mbamath.com scoring 100/100 marks in 24 quizzes.My GMAT score is Q51,V41.

I didn't know that most of the schools were AccessWES clients,which means that they can see my verified transcripts and converted GPA online only without me having to send any transcripts from WES. I mailed to schools regarding this.

Columbia replied to the mail and added my GPA on a 4.0 scale.
Stanford replied to the mail stating that they won't make any addition to the application.(Frankly,this is not an addition,just my GPA on another scale to help the adcoms normalize my scores)
Wharton replied to the mail stating that they will ask the operations team to look at my WES 4.0 GPA but I don't have nay follow-up whether they have taken my 4.0 GPA into account.
My application data in 2 data forms was not updated in HBS Application form.I sent a mail to HBS on 7th itself(R2 deadline) but didn't get any reply.I again sent a mail on 24th regarding the data in application form and 4.0 GPA issue but have not received any reply. Should I go ahead and phone the admissions office about the issue?They are issuing invites tomorrow so I thought they might be busy and will reply to my mail later.(but 22 days and no reply)

MIT Sloan also didn't replied to the mail.Should I wait for some days before reminding on mail again or should I phone the admissions office rightaway?

My question is :-Is it okay if I call up HBS,Wharton and MIT Sloan's office or is there any different strategy for the 3 schools. I thought it was polite to just write a mail and wait for their response but geting no response at all takes me to the nail-bitting mode

I greatly appreciate your help and time in advance.Solving this issue might help calm my nerves.Really stressed for the past week.

From what I understand, HBS Adcoms are very good at extrapolating the true value of your undergraduate GPA without a conversion. Even on the application it says:

HBS seems to have a firm grasp on the variety of different schools and their associated grading systems. After all, they do get over 9000 applications a year.

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Honestly I applied to Harvard as a longshot. I would go bananas if I got an invite!

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30 Jan 2013, 09:36
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peeweeninja wrote:
Honestly I applied to Harvard as a longshot. I would go bananas if I got an invite!

Lets all go banana then, all what I care about is to get an invite regardless if it is a longshot r not. best of luck

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30 Jan 2013, 09:43
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peeweeninja wrote:
Honestly I applied to Harvard as a longshot. I would go bananas if I got an invite!

Haha I'm right there with you.

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30 Jan 2013, 09:50
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chains1910 wrote:
peeweeninja wrote:
Honestly I applied to Harvard as a longshot. I would go bananas if I got an invite!

Haha I'm right there with you.

+1 on the longshot list. But very few can call Harvard a sure shot.

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30 Jan 2013, 10:07
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yes, the email invite is out. official registration for a time slot is tomorrow at 12pm EST.

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Got an invite.

You will receive your official interview invitation via e-mail from us tomorrow, Thursday, January 31 at 12:00PM ET with a link to our online scheduling system. You will be able to sign-up for a specific interview slot at that time.

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30 Jan 2013, 10:13
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INVITE !!!!

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I didn't hear anything sadly, but I wanted to give people a reality check here. Out of 100 R2 applicants, about 25% get an interview and of those 8/9 happen in round I. That means:

R2 Applicants: 100

Wave 1 Interviewed invites: ~22
Wave 2 invites: ~3

Total Interviewed: 25

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As of 10 minutes ago, our chances of getting an invite were 22%. Now they are 3%. Pack you bags guys - there's basically no hope.

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Ex banking (bulge bracket), ex VC (top 10 firm) , startup founder who sold his company and now senior person at hot startup
710 Gmat
3.6 top Ivy

Kudos [?]: 1 [1], given: 0

Re: Harvard 2013 (HBS) - Calling All Applicants   [#permalink] 30 Jan 2013, 10:18

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