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

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07 Jul 2014, 03:16
Hello everyone! I am deciding between EA and November right now. Have my GMAT scheduled for 13 Sept. I know it will be tight getting everything out in about 3 weeks time, but I really want to apply as soon as I can.

My question is, how big of an impact is it not doing the Interview on campus? I live in India and will not be able to fly out. Does it have a huge impact?
I have been talking to a few Tuckies and they all stress on the importance of community and making sure your application reflects how you can contribute to the community at Tuck.
Any other pointers to consider for the application?
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Hello everyone! I am deciding between EA and November right now. Have my GMAT scheduled for 13 Sept. I know it will be tight getting everything out in about 3 weeks time, but I really want to apply as soon as I can.

My question is, how big of an impact is it not doing the Interview on campus? I live in India and will not be able to fly out. Does it have a huge impact?
I have been talking to a few Tuckies and they all stress on the importance of community and making sure your application reflects how you can contribute to the community at Tuck.
Any other pointers to consider for the application?

From Tuck's website:

At Tuck, we believe that strong interpersonal skills are essential for success as a leader and a team member. Accordingly, admissions interviews play a critical role in the evaluation process and give us a more complete understanding of you as a candidate. Although visits are not a required component of the application, we strongly recommend that all applicants (including reapplicants and international applicants) schedule an interview on campus.

I'm sure if you do some googling there will be some adcom comment on internationals coming to Hanover and how adcom feels about the difficulty of international travel. Talk to Domotron, who is a rising first year at Tuck. He's from the UK and traveled to visit campus.
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anupamgupta2112 wrote:
Hello everyone! I am deciding between EA and November right now. Have my GMAT scheduled for 13 Sept. I know it will be tight getting everything out in about 3 weeks time, but I really want to apply as soon as I can.

My question is, how big of an impact is it not doing the Interview on campus? I live in India and will not be able to fly out. Does it have a huge impact?
I have been talking to a few Tuckies and they all stress on the importance of community and making sure your application reflects how you can contribute to the community at Tuck.
Any other pointers to consider for the application?

From Tuck's website:

At Tuck, we believe that strong interpersonal skills are essential for success as a leader and a team member. Accordingly, admissions interviews play a critical role in the evaluation process and give us a more complete understanding of you as a candidate. Although visits are not a required component of the application, we strongly recommend that all applicants (including reapplicants and international applicants) schedule an interview on campus.

I'm sure if you do some googling there will be some adcom comment on internationals coming to Hanover and how adcom feels about the difficulty of international travel. Talk to Domotron, who is a rising first year at Tuck. He's from the UK and traveled to visit campus.

Happy to jump in.

First (and completely my opinion), I'm not convinced there is a huge difference between EA and November round. The volume of applications submitted for the Nov round is generally lower than EA. However from past stats, it looks like the admit rate is very similar to EA. Therefore, if you can't make EA don't worry Nov round won't hurt your application. It's a slightly different story for re-applicants because re-applying during EA demonstrates your interest.

With regards to the on-campus interview. Go if it's at all possible. I understand the issues regarding cost and getting time off work but statistically, applicants who interview on campus have a better rate of success. The admissions team also notice these things. If they can only admit one person from two applicants who are basically equal, who do you think they are more likely to pick? The person who demonstrated his/her interest or the person who did not. There is no guarantee that if you will get an off campus interview, so eliminate that element of chance and make sure you definitely provide as many data points as possible.

Finally, the community is very important to Tuck's culture. If you take the opportunity to visit and interview, you will have concrete examples that you can put in your essay. There is no better way of showing your interest in Tuck and furthering your candidacy.

If I were you, I would look into the possibility of carrying out an on-campus interview after taking your GMAT. If you time it right, you can interview BEFORE submitting an applications. This way you can talk about your experience on campus and the people you met during your visit in your essays.
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07 Jul 2014, 06:28
Domotron, lightning fast response time! Pounced like a tiger!
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07 Jul 2014, 08:45
domotron wrote:
politricks wrote:
anupamgupta2112 wrote:
Hello everyone! I am deciding between EA and November right now. Have my GMAT scheduled for 13 Sept. I know it will be tight getting everything out in about 3 weeks time, but I really want to apply as soon as I can.

My question is, how big of an impact is it not doing the Interview on campus? I live in India and will not be able to fly out. Does it have a huge impact?
I have been talking to a few Tuckies and they all stress on the importance of community and making sure your application reflects how you can contribute to the community at Tuck.
Any other pointers to consider for the application?

From Tuck's website:

At Tuck, we believe that strong interpersonal skills are essential for success as a leader and a team member. Accordingly, admissions interviews play a critical role in the evaluation process and give us a more complete understanding of you as a candidate. Although visits are not a required component of the application, we strongly recommend that all applicants (including reapplicants and international applicants) schedule an interview on campus.

I'm sure if you do some googling there will be some adcom comment on internationals coming to Hanover and how adcom feels about the difficulty of international travel. Talk to Domotron, who is a rising first year at Tuck. He's from the UK and traveled to visit campus.

Happy to jump in.

First (and completely my opinion), I'm not convinced there is a huge difference between EA and November round. The volume of applications submitted for the Nov round is generally lower than EA. However from past stats, it looks like the admit rate is very similar to EA. Therefore, if you can't make EA don't worry Nov round won't hurt your application. It's a slightly different story for re-applicants because re-applying during EA demonstrates your interest.

With regards to the on-campus interview. Go if it's at all possible. I understand the issues regarding cost and getting time off work but statistically, applicants who interview on campus have a better rate of success. The admissions team also notice these things. If they can only admit one person from two applicants who are basically equal, who do you think they are more likely to pick? The person who demonstrated his/her interest or the person who did not. There is no guarantee that if you will get an off campus interview, so eliminate that element of chance and make sure you definitely provide as many data points as possible.

Finally, the community is very important to Tuck's culture. If you take the opportunity to visit and interview, you will have concrete examples that you can put in your essay. There is no better way of showing your interest in Tuck and furthering your candidacy.

If I were you, I would look into the possibility of carrying out an on-campus interview after taking your GMAT. If you time it right, you can interview BEFORE submitting an applications. This way you can talk about your experience on campus and the people you met during your visit in your essays.

Domotron!
Thank you SO MUCH for that. I wrote this in office, and for the past 2 hours I have been thinking of a way to contact you and get your opinion. And I get home to find you have already replied! Brilliant! THanks again.

As for your suggestion, I would really like to visit. I want to have a better understanding of the community. I am thinking of visiting sometime in October, if money allows, and then applying to Nov. I might just be able to fit in a couple more interviews/visits to other schools, especially Fuqua.

I am sure visiting and having a first-hand experience of what the classes are like will really do wonders for my application!
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 FROM Tuck Admissions Blog: Club Spotlight: Tuck Technology Club The Technology Club helps Tuck students learn about the role of MBAs at technology companies and gain exposure to different high-tech industries. Often, members also hold membership in other clubs like Marketing, Entrepreneurship, and General Management in order to better understand a particular area of interest, applying it to their knowledge of the technology industry gained from the Technology Club. Aside from networking, case competitions, speakers, and other on-campus activities, the Technology Club also hosts the annual Geirheads Technology Conference, a one-day event in the fall featuring speakers, panels and workshops and focused on current trends in Tech. In the winter, we coordinate an annual Technology Trek to the Bay Area and Seattle, visiting the campuses of some of the top tech companies in the country and networking with our West Coast alums.  Companies we’ve visited in the past include Google, Facebook, Intel, eBay, Amazon, Microsoft, Apple, Groupon, Pocket Gems, Tesla, IDEO, LinkedIn, Electronic Arts, and Yahoo. For those looking to make a career switch into the technology industry, the Technology Club plays an integral role in supporting that journey.  For example, when recruiting for Product Management internships, the club put me in touch with Tuck alumni for informational interviews at my target companies.  They also helped review resumes, conduct mock interviews, and made connections so that I could expand my network outside of on-campus resources.  For others, the Tech Trek was a great opportunity to establish initial contacts within a company, allowing them to network into their ideal summer internship.  Being able to visit a company in person is also a great way to get a sense of whether or not the company or industry is a fit for you. Check out other opportunities in technology at Tuck, by learning about the Center for Digital Strategies.  My fellow co-chairs and I are currently planning the Geirheads Technology Conference and other exciting activities for the 2014-2015 year.  We look forward to you, T’16s! - Sandy Chen (and Jorge Magana, Mohan Pichika, Steve Tsui)
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Hello everyone! I am deciding between EA and November right now. Have my GMAT scheduled for 13 Sept. I know it will be tight getting everything out in about 3 weeks time, but I really want to apply as soon as I can.

My question is, how big of an impact is it not doing the Interview on campus? I live in India and will not be able to fly out. Does it have a huge impact?
I have been talking to a few Tuckies and they all stress on the importance of community and making sure your application reflects how you can contribute to the community at Tuck.
Any other pointers to consider for the application?

anupamgupta2112 wrote:
domotron wrote:
politricks wrote:

From Tuck's website:

At Tuck, we believe that strong interpersonal skills are essential for success as a leader and a team member. Accordingly, admissions interviews play a critical role in the evaluation process and give us a more complete understanding of you as a candidate. Although visits are not a required component of the application, we strongly recommend that all applicants (including reapplicants and international applicants) schedule an interview on campus.

I'm sure if you do some googling there will be some adcom comment on internationals coming to Hanover and how adcom feels about the difficulty of international travel. Talk to Domotron, who is a rising first year at Tuck. He's from the UK and traveled to visit campus.

Happy to jump in.

First (and completely my opinion), I'm not convinced there is a huge difference between EA and November round. The volume of applications submitted for the Nov round is generally lower than EA. However from past stats, it looks like the admit rate is very similar to EA. Therefore, if you can't make EA don't worry Nov round won't hurt your application. It's a slightly different story for re-applicants because re-applying during EA demonstrates your interest.

With regards to the on-campus interview. Go if it's at all possible. I understand the issues regarding cost and getting time off work but statistically, applicants who interview on campus have a better rate of success. The admissions team also notice these things. If they can only admit one person from two applicants who are basically equal, who do you think they are more likely to pick? The person who demonstrated his/her interest or the person who did not. There is no guarantee that if you will get an off campus interview, so eliminate that element of chance and make sure you definitely provide as many data points as possible.

Finally, the community is very important to Tuck's culture. If you take the opportunity to visit and interview, you will have concrete examples that you can put in your essay. There is no better way of showing your interest in Tuck and furthering your candidacy.

If I were you, I would look into the possibility of carrying out an on-campus interview after taking your GMAT. If you time it right, you can interview BEFORE submitting an applications. This way you can talk about your experience on campus and the people you met during your visit in your essays.

Domotron!
Thank you SO MUCH for that. I wrote this in office, and for the past 2 hours I have been thinking of a way to contact you and get your opinion. And I get home to find you have already replied! Brilliant! THanks again.

As for your suggestion, I would really like to visit. I want to have a better understanding of the community. I am thinking of visiting sometime in October, if money allows, and then applying to Nov. I might just be able to fit in a couple more interviews/visits to other schools, especially Fuqua.

I am sure visiting and having a first-hand experience of what the classes are like will really do wonders for my application!

So I applied last year with Domo and was (still am) waitlisted. I only applied to Tuck last year after visiting the campus twice. I was TOTALLY enamored with the school.

Here is my [humble] perspective:
1) Agree 100% with Domotron
2) I think you SHOULD visit the campus. You either love it or hate it (secluded campus in the wilderness). Not only will it help your essays and show that you are committed to applying to Tuck, it will be a MAJOR indicator of whether Tuck is suited for your interests. If you can manage to fly over and visit all the campuses that would be key.
3) If you can't visit, I know the dean will go to India (and they will have other events there as well) for a major Tuck event. This year may be different, but you should ABSOLUTELY make an effort to go to the event in India. You can see the culture first hand, and get some face-to-face time.

Hope the perspective helps.
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I have decided to visit, and barring any unforeseen circumstances, I should be able to. I agree with your opinions, it is necessary to understand why you want to go to a place. And everyone I have spoken to has said Tuck is a place you will love or hate in an instant. I would rather love/hate it before applying than after!

Thanks guys, I will keep you all posted on my progress, and will bug you again if I need help.
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10 Jul 2014, 08:51
The application is now open! Good luck everyone
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Hope everyone's essays are coming along nicely (you should at least start if you haven't already!!!).

I compiled all the essay analyses (from experts/consultants). A LOT OF good information is out there on how you should approach the essay questions.

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 FROM Tuck Admissions Blog: Club Spotlight: Tuck Consulting Club The Tuck Consulting Club is a student-run organization serving students pursuing careers in management, strategy, health care, and organization consulting.  The club has two primary objectives; to help students pursue careers in consulting, and to serve as a point of contact between Tuck students interested in consulting and the greater community.    The club fulfills its objective by: Helping members understand what consultants do Hosting activities to connect students with firms and their peers Providing resources and opportunities to prepare for consulting interviews The club plans a number of events and activities during the school year: Panel discussion with recent Tuck graduates working in consulting Introductory course on case interviewing for first-year students Refresher course on case-interviewing for second-year students Recruiting trek to Boston and potentially other locations Résumé reviews Mock interviews and case-interview preparation marathons Brown bag lunches with second-year students who have completed internships with firms   Hard work paying off… “The Tuck consulting club gave me all the tools and training necessary to recruit successfully at the major consulting firms. The consulting club contributed to my success in a wide range of capacities, ranging from the case books / other resources we were provided, to the administrative support throughout the recruiting season, to (especially) the countless hours that club members dedicated to teaching frameworks and practicing mock interviews.” - Amanda Grosse T’15   "The tremendous help I received from the consulting club - prep material, case workshops, one on one case prep with the seniors - is the only reason I was successful in my summer recruiting. The club did a great job of exemplifying Tuck's close knit and helpful culture." - Ankit Sood T’15   "The Consulting Club was the vehicle to put me in touch with second years and fellow classmates to practice my interviews and secure offers in two major firms" - Pablo Segovia Smith T’15
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