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# Tuck (Dartmouth): Class of 2017 - Calling All Applicants!

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31 Aug 2014, 17:53
erahn1 wrote:
I decided to take my girlfriend and dog on a last minute trip up to Hanover for the holiday. Will be there for the afternoon on Sunday and the day on Monday.

Can any alums recommend local places to see, places to eat, and maybe some place where we can take the dog? Would love to get a more authentic feel for what it's actually like to call Hanover home.

Thanks!

Eric

I've only been here just under 3 weeks, in terms of eateries in Hanover the options are Murphy's (Tuckies hangout), Molly's, Thai Orchid and Canoe Club, which is the one of the best places to eat in Hanover I hear. The Hanover Inn also has a restaurant but you may need to book as it is fairly up market.

Things to see - can't help you too much but there are a ton of trails locally (the AT trail actual goes through Hanover).

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01 Sep 2014, 08:06
Hi - Quick question about the interview process. Does Tuck expect applicants to complete the written application before scheduling the interview? I can't tell from the website. It seems reasonable to me that they would want to have our profile and essays in advance, but maybe they don't rely on those inputs for the interview.

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01 Sep 2014, 09:51
Hokie2MBA wrote:
Hi - Quick question about the interview process. Does Tuck expect applicants to complete the written application before scheduling the interview? I can't tell from the website. It seems reasonable to me that they would want to have our profile and essays in advance, but maybe they don't rely on those inputs for the interview.

Thanks!

No, you can complete the interview before you submit your application. The open period begins soon and the deadline for EA is still a sold month away. When you schedule your interview Tuck asks you to email your resume a few days before the interview date. I believe the only thing your interviewer will have access to is the resume. However, I would feel more comfortable having submitted my app because then I would have a better sense of what Tuck wanted and what my narrative is.

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01 Sep 2014, 09:52
Hokie2MBA wrote:
Hi - Quick question about the interview process. Does Tuck expect applicants to complete the written application before scheduling the interview? I can't tell from the website. It seems reasonable to me that they would want to have our profile and essays in advance, but maybe they don't rely on those inputs for the interview.

Thanks!

No all you require is a resume that the interviewer can review and that you have created an account. In fact I would encourage you to interview before submitting the written application. It may be that you don't feel it's the right place for you in which case you won't have to waste your time writing the essays!

I interviewed prior to submitting my applications last year and my visit to tuck provided a lot of info that I used on my essay.

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01 Sep 2014, 09:59
domotron wrote:
In fact I would encourage you to interview before submitting the written application. It may be that you don't feel it's the right place for you in which case you won't have to waste your time writing the essays!

I interviewed prior to submitting my applications last year and my visit to tuck provided a lot of info that I used on my essay.

Good point.

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02 Sep 2014, 04:45
Has anyone looked at or started the scholarship application? It asks for estimated 2013 taxes and income, which seems weird since most people would have had their 2013 taxes completed by now. Should the app be asking for estimated 2014 income and taxes?

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02 Sep 2014, 10:00
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03 Sep 2014, 07:14
I wonder whether an applicant who gets a score below 700 in GMAT should try his chance in Tuck in January round. I mean does a score below 700 (lets say somewhere around 650) have a chance to get an acceptance or not? To be honest, the academic success of prospective students and class profiles led me to think a score below 700, especially somewhere around 650, will never have a chance for to be a Tuckie..

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Hello,

We recently got a chance to talk to a prominent GMATClub member and recent Tuck admit - Domotron - and get his opinions on Tuck's MBA program and application process. Here are the excerpts from the discussion.

Who would be an ideal applicant to your program based on admissions, culture, and the program in general?
Domotron:- There is no such thing as the ideal applicant for Tuck I think. That being said, successful applicants must demonstrate a good understanding of the Tuck culture and how they would fit into the supportive community. Otherwise, the traits Tuck looks for are very similar to other schools: intellectual horsepower, strong work experience, interesting extracurriculars whether it be sports or volunteering, and strong ethics.

GPA, GMAT, Application Essays, Interview, Work Experience, and Extra Curricular. If you asked to arrange these parameters in the order of their importance at HBS – what would it be?
Domotron:- I honestly believe that Tuck utilizes a holistic approach to the application process. That being said, the quality of the class is very high so you cannot have a significant unaddressed weakness in any one aspect of your application.

What advantage, if any, is there in applying in a specific round over another?
Domotron:- EA round is definitely an advantage for those that know they are serious about Tuck. Historically, admit rates is just as strong in the November round as EA round. January round tends to be the most popular and after that it is tough as there are just fewer unfilled spots left.

Are the on-campus and off-campus interviews treated equally or there is any preference to one over other?
Domotron:- The Tuck admissions are very clear that they prefer candidates to interview on campus if at all possible. For candidates that are strong in interviews, you ensure that you get an opportunity to demonstrate this without having to wait for an invite. It could be the difference between an admit and a ding.

Do you recommend a school visit? Is it a must?
Domotron:- Due to its location, it is important to visit to make sure Tuck is the right place for you. You will also be able to get a sense what the Tuck community is all about. Fit is incredibly important at Tuck and you are doing yourself a disservice by not visiting and interviewing if possible.

How important is the school visit for an applicant?? Does that really play any role in strengthening application?
Domotron:- It is very important for any school. I felt after my school visits that I could better articulate why a school was right for me (or in some instances realized it was a poor fit).

Can you comment on the Employment process of the school? What support do students get from Career Services dept, peers, and alumni?
Domotron:- As a first year, I am only getting a glimpse into the recruiting process. However the list of companies that visit campus is extremely impressive. The toughest thing is organizing your schedule to make sure you can attend all the sessions you want to. Overall the Career Development Office has done a great job getting in touch early in the first year.

Which companies (and from which sectors) generally recruit in the school? How strong school’s alumni network is?

Domotron:- At a first glance, I would say Tuck gets all the major management consultancies, IBs, GM firms on campus. The Tuck alumni network, though smaller than most schools, is extremely strong. There are many stories of people getting jobs through referrals or conversations from alumni.

Which student clubs or groups are in the school? What social and philanthropic opportunities and opportunities to get involved in leadership roles one can get in these groups?
Domotron:- Tuck has a class of 280, therefore there are leadership opportunities available for those that want them. In fact, it is difficult to sit back and not get involved. Tripod hockey is a big party of the Tuck social life but there are a good variety of fun or professional clubs to get involved in.

Is there anything related to Financial Aid worth a mention?
Domotron:- The financial aid system is fairly straightforward at Tuck. For scholarships, you have to submit a separate essay to be considered. Otherwise, there are a variety of loan providers available including a non US-cosigner loan option for international students.

Can you think of a few good and bad reasons for applicants to reach out to current students? Eps. Before submitting an application?
Domotron:- There are no bad reasons for reaching out. Tuck students love to help and encourage people to reach out. The more people you speak to, the better you will understand the Tuck community. Finally, you never know who may put in a good word for you to a member of the admissions committee![/textarea]

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03 Sep 2014, 18:27
wluck wrote:
Has anyone looked at or started the scholarship application? It asks for estimated 2013 taxes and income, which seems weird since most people would have had their 2013 taxes completed by now. Should the app be asking for estimated 2014 income and taxes?

it's the same form as last year so I think that's why the dates are off. they probably mean 2014.

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03 Sep 2014, 18:30
bagcanbabayigit wrote:
I wonder whether an applicant who gets a score below 700 in GMAT should try his chance in Tuck in January round. I mean does a score below 700 (lets say somewhere around 650) have a chance to get an acceptance or not? To be honest, the academic success of prospective students and class profiles led me to think a score below 700, especially somewhere around 650, will never have a chance for to be a Tuckie..

the 80% range is 680-760. That means people do get in with lower than a 680 (maybe a 650), but they must be super impressive in other aspects of their app.

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06 Sep 2014, 08:00
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07 Sep 2014, 18:30
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wluck wrote:
Has anyone looked at or started the scholarship application? It asks for estimated 2013 taxes and income, which seems weird since most people would have had their 2013 taxes completed by now. Should the app be asking for estimated 2014 income and taxes?

it's the same form as last year so I think that's why the dates are off. they probably mean 2014.

Do you think we should go ahead and fill it in with 2014 info? or wait and see if they update the form?

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08 Sep 2014, 07:00
 FROM Tuck Admissions Blog: On My Way to Tuck. First Stop: Silicon Valley Apurva Sacheti is a T'16 and has past entrepreneurial experience in the quick service restaurant and e-learning sectors in India. Apurva completed his bachelor of engineering in electronics and communication from Birla Institute of Technology Mesra in 2009, where he also chaired the IET Student Chapter Technical Club.   “Even average ideas pick up \$20 million in the Valley!” This comment—made by one of the speakers during our recent Silicon Valley Boot Camp, an event organized by Tuck's Career Development Office—was not meant to be taken literally, it did hint at the over-importance we assign to “big ideas.” So if a great idea is not the only thing that makes companies special in California’s Silicon Valley, what does? Here are five things I learned that do: 1. Tech Mindset. Don’t get me wrong, this isn’t anything to do with being an engineer. It’s about how you embrace technology. It’s about believing that small leaps in technology can make aspects of life simpler. An entrepreneurial attitude and an ability to survive in ambiguity are core traits of this mindset too. 2. Fitting in. Companies in Silicon Valley seem to prioritize fit, and rightly so. Cultural fit is a necessity for working at most companies here. And it’s not limited to startups. Take for example Google, which is known to look for ‘Googliness’ in their prospective employees. 3. Finding good problems to solve. Finding solutions isn’t as difficult as finding the right problems to solve. Many of these companies have very carefully chosen which market problems they should invest their time in. 4. Building respect. While this is arguably a standard across all industries, geographies, and functions, it seemed very clear that people who have fulfilled commitments and worked on some quality technology projects and ventures in the Valley over time draw in the best talent, the most funding, and the right connections. 5. Food. Most of these companies provide free food or snacks for their employees. I cannot emphasize the important role this plays in employee productivity. (People who know me would say I’m biased here.) Most budding and well-established technology companies in Silicon Valley take pride in their talented teams, unique work environment, and commitment-driven work ethos—factors that are sometimes overshadowed by the importance of just having a big idea.
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 FROM Tuck Admissions Blog: Beyond Hanover: Tuck Love in the Pacific Northwest I take my job as QLC (Quality of Life chair, a real position on the student board), very seriously.  On campus and off, I am always looking for ways to bring Tuckies together in meaningful and fun ways.  Also, going three months without seeing my favorite people in the world (Tuckies!) made me sink into depression.  Hence, the impetus for planning a little “Tuck Pacific Northwest Trek” that occurred in late August.  I also wanted to show off what I consider God’s country (true confession – it was also a secret marketing campaign to try to get more Tuckies to move to Seattle after graduation … hopefully it works!).  Here are some of the highlights from the weekend, as evidenced through some amateur iPhone photography: Friday tour of downtown, including Pike Place Market and the Space Needel (Michael Needel so perfectly posing with the “other” Needle).  Friday afternoon Flywheel class (fun fact – I teach Flywheel spin classes so anyone who comes to visit me is pretty much required to ride with me): Friday night BBQ overlooking downtown Seattle: (Not pictured:  nine Tuckies sleeping over at my parents’ house – pillow forts aren’t just for kids!) Saturday ferry and boating adventure in the San Juan Islands (an oasis of natural beauty about two hours northwest of Seattle, only accessible by ferry or seaplane) to a hidden Oyster farm, where we ate crab and oysters in the most “farm-to-table” way possible: Saying goodnight to the islands, the view from our cabins on the beach: Sunday morning selfie: Believe it or not, this picture was not even posed – Tuckies, life-long learners: The trip ended with a Sunday night salmon feast at my parents’ house in Seattle.  It was great fun to be able to introduce my Tuck family to my real family!
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10 Sep 2014, 11:00
 FROM Tuck Admissions Blog: Tuck in Pictures: #WeAreTuck It’s impossible to talk about Tuck without talking about the Tuck community - our vibrant students, fiercely loyal alumni, brilliant faculty, and dedicated staff. What does that community look like? Check out #WeAreTuck and see for yourself. Each picture tells a story. Together, they form a mosaic of life, learning and friendship that illustrates the unique Tuck experience. We are Tuck and we are proud. For more #WeAreTuck photos, follow @TuckSchool on Instagram!
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11 Sep 2014, 01:18
Hi, a question about recommendation letter.

My recommender asked me the word limit for these two letters. Does anyone have ideas about this? I can't find any instruction of the word limit on website.

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14 Sep 2014, 05:09
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Hi, a question about recommendation letter.

My recommender asked me the word limit for these two letters. Does anyone have ideas about this? I can't find any instruction of the word limit on website.

Thanks!

Hi hzhan,
The instructions clearly ask the recommender to be as detailed as possible. "Please be as detailed in your evaluations as possible."
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14 Sep 2014, 05:14
I wrote about the international experience question in tabular format, because the experiences were quite many in number and the word limit is 250. Any opinion whether the tabular form is OK? If not, then I'll have to prioritize the events and draft an essay.
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