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Things not to do at Business School

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1. Speak on record to the press about a company you are interviewing for a job with.

http://bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601109&sid=a5m_sdPWeG.M&pos=11
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Seems like a great way to get your internship application rejected faster than you can say "I want to do God's work."
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Huh? You guys are referring to Nicole Zenel's comments?

I would agree that it's smarter to keep your mouth shut, but I think what she said is EXACTLY what GS wants to hear.

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I think all banks prefer people who maintain as low a profile as possible.
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I remember reading this and thinking that she's one of the best reasons to go visit MIT Sloan.
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A wee bit overboard, it's not good to be so vocal about the company you plan / are working with.

The other incidence I remember, and which must have been mentioned in this forum elsewhere, is about NYU Stern's Prof Galloway and his (in)famous email :-D

It's best to resolve things in person, face to face and not always on email.
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The other incidence I remember, and which must have been mentioned in this forum elsewhere, is about NYU Stern's Prof Galloway and his (in)famous email :-D

It's best to resolve things in person, face to face and not always on email.


Yeah, no thanks.

Prof Galloway heading in for office hours:

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I remember reading this and thinking that she's one of the best reasons to go visit MIT Sloan.


I'll second that.
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osbornecox wrote:
I remember reading this and thinking that she's one of the best reasons to go visit MIT Sloan.


I'll second that.


I'm partial to curly hair, what can I say.

By the way, how are things turning out for you? Your testimonials were a key factor in my decision to use Knewton.
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osbornecox wrote:
Avernusaur wrote:
osbornecox wrote:
I remember reading this and thinking that she's one of the best reasons to go visit MIT Sloan.


I'll second that.


I'm partial to curly hair, what can I say.

By the way, how are things turning out for you? Your testimonials were a key factor in my decision to use Knewton.


Things are going good for me. I think I'm finally ready to submit some applications next Fall. I hope Knewton was everything you had hoped for.
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