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08 Mar 2007, 18:02
For those of you that have made a decision and already know where you'll be going, are you able to relax, or is it like every other step of this process where there's something else to worry about once you get past whatever it is you're working on?

GMAT, essays, interviews, waiting. I imagine I'll spend the summer trying to get refreshed on some math concepts and doing research on what industry I want to pursue post-MBA so I can hit the ground running at school.

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08 Mar 2007, 18:08
You just move on to something else to freak out about. In my case, its figuring out what exactly I want to pursue and/or if I'm ready to handle the quant and stuff.

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08 Mar 2007, 18:11
I had a feeling that would be the case.

Going on my first real bachelor party next week for a friend in south beach. I think if there's any chance of relaxing for a few days that will be it.

God, what did I do the first four years out of school, I guess I worked and then after work each day I didn't worry about anything. But I guess it's a good thing, the stress of getting ready for b-school makes you focus and think about important life decisions.

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09 Mar 2007, 07:53
I think the next step in the process is worrying over how you will pay for bschool (for those of us who don't have \$1200 suits anyway )

And as an international student, I have to worry about getting the I-20 and applying for a visa... setting up banking, finding housing (not fun btw)

The only fun parts are planning my summer travel plans and getting ready to quit my job! hah!

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09 Mar 2007, 09:38
finding housing, pre-school for my daughter....

More importantly, deciding what I really NEED to do w/ my MBA. note that I said NEED instead of WANT.

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09 Mar 2007, 09:39
School has always come pretty easy for me, so I think I'm ready to relax. I do think I need to brush up on my excel skills, but I think I'll be OK with bond math and stuff like that.

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09 Mar 2007, 12:12
pelihu wrote:
School has always come pretty easy for me, so I think I'm ready to relax. I do think I need to brush up on my excel skills, but I think I'll be OK with bond math and stuff like that.

Yeah, I am not worried about Quant stuff.
Bring it on!

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09 Mar 2007, 12:12
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