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# Productivity % during application season

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14 Jan 2009, 11:16
The obvious follow-on question is: "now that you are into a b-school, what is your productivity %? I seem to only be able to muster up about a 75%
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14 Jan 2009, 11:38
I think my productivity will go up if/when I get admitted. My company is small and the owners have been very good to me so I'll want to leave on a good note.

Now, if I were at a big firm that would screw me over in a heartbeat...I'd drop to about 20% productivity until I turn in my two weeks.
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14 Jan 2009, 11:55
Hats off to the person who voted 100%
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14 Jan 2009, 12:51
domtri33 wrote:
The obvious follow-on question is: "now that you are into a b-school, what is your productivity %? I seem to only be able to muster up about a 75%

My productivity was low as an applicant. As an admitted student it fell off a cliff.
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14 Jan 2009, 13:54
Since being admitted, I've done the bare minimum to avoid being fired. I think I could keep this up well into May.
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15 Jan 2009, 09:38
Awful but it also might be a function of the frozen credit markets
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15 Jan 2009, 13:44
I was at about 25-50% productivity until March, then I went "part time" till July, meaning 0-10% productivity for the next 4 months.
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