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05 Dec 2006, 22:41
Has anyone else noticed that most folks who attend information sessions don't seem to do any research before they arrive? I attended a session in NYC last night and I would say at least 50% of the questions that were asked, were easily answerable from looking at the website.

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05 Dec 2006, 23:35
Some people at these info sessions just like to hear themselves speak. They think that bringing attention to themselves at these events will help them gain admission. They are wrong.

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05 Dec 2006, 23:45
pelihu wrote:
Some people at these info sessions just like to hear themselves speak. They think that bringing attention to themselves at these events will help them gain admission. They are wrong.

I know the kind of people.... you can find them in your workplace too.

When an important person ..... say MD .... is giving a presentation..... they will dress up and ask such ridiculous questions.... that sometimes you start wondering how you ended with such people.

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06 Dec 2006, 05:14
jaynayak wrote:
pelihu wrote:
Some people at these info sessions just like to hear themselves speak. They think that bringing attention to themselves at these events will help them gain admission. They are wrong.

I know the kind of people.... you can find them in your workplace too.

When an important person ..... say MD .... is giving a presentation..... they will dress up and ask such ridiculous questions.... that sometimes you start wondering how you ended with such people.

HAHAHAH. So true.

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06 Dec 2006, 05:14
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