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I'm *so* amazed at the level of misinformation that some people provide in this forum. Just so people know. No one is admitted to Tuck without being interviewed. No one.

"We do not admit any applicant who has not been interviewed (either by their own initiative or by invitation)."


https://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/mba/blog ... -interview


Sudaca2015,

I'm sorry you are disappointed with my post. I didn't post sources the first time because I was in a rush and half-assumed that other people besides myself read and understood the application instructions. I was hoping to provide hope and jog some memories. Here are my sources so no one thinks I am spreading misinformation:

MBA Program Application Instructions 2015-2016 http://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/uploads/c ... 015-16.pdf
Bottom of page 1: "Tuck does not require an interview; however interviews are strongly encouraged."
Top right of page 3: "Although an interview is not a required part of the application, we strongly recommend that all applicants schedule an on-campus interview."

Tuck FAQ Page https://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/admissio ... ssions-faq
"Are interviews required? No, but they are strongly recommended..."

Just so people know, you CAN be admitted to Tuck without an interview per Tuck's FAQ section and the 2015-2016 application instructions. If you are still unsure after reading Sudaca's source from a 2014 blog post, I recommend you contact admissions for clarification. I also suggest you keep in mind that Tuck strongly recommends interviews so it is probably rare that student's are admitted without an interview, but still possible.

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I'm *so* amazed at the level of misinformation that some people provide in this forum. Just so people know. No one is admitted to Tuck without being interviewed. No one.

"We do not admit any applicant who has not been interviewed (either by their own initiative or by invitation)."


https://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/mba/blog ... -interview



Would you please explain this excerpt from the admissions FAQ section?
"Are interviews required?
No, but they are strongly recommended. Tuck offers all applicants the opportunity to interview on campus in Hanover. Interviews are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis, so request an interview as soon as you decide to apply. If you have not been able to interview by the deadline, the admissions committee may invite you to interview if they feel it is necessary. Because we cannot invite all applicants to interview, if you would like to guarantee an interview, you should schedule an on-campus interview. Tuck does not conduct student-initiated interviews off campus." http://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/admissions/admissions-faq

It would be bizarre for the admissions office to post such a thing if what you posted was true, no?



To me it's actually pretty obvious. Interviews are not a required element of the application. They are encouraged because Tuck likes getting to know all of their applicants. But as opposed to an essay, a GMAT score or a recommendation, an interview is not required to apply, but it is definitely a requirement to be admitted. I'm sure one of the adcoms reading this will confirm this. Tuck would *never* change a policy as big as this one from a year to the next without ALL of the big MBA blogs blowing it up. Sorry if I'm bursting balloons for those who haven't been invited to interview and are hoping to be admitted...it won't happen.

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sudaca2015 wrote:
I'm *so* amazed at the level of misinformation that some people provide in this forum. Just so people know. No one is admitted to Tuck without being interviewed. No one.

"We do not admit any applicant who has not been interviewed (either by their own initiative or by invitation)."


https://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/mba/blog ... -interview



Would you please explain this excerpt from the admissions FAQ section?
"Are interviews required?
No, but they are strongly recommended. Tuck offers all applicants the opportunity to interview on campus in Hanover. Interviews are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis, so request an interview as soon as you decide to apply. If you have not been able to interview by the deadline, the admissions committee may invite you to interview if they feel it is necessary. Because we cannot invite all applicants to interview, if you would like to guarantee an interview, you should schedule an on-campus interview. Tuck does not conduct student-initiated interviews off campus." http://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/admissions/admissions-faq

It would be bizarre for the admissions office to post such a thing if what you posted was true, no?



To me it's actually pretty obvious. Interviews are not a required element of the application. They are encouraged because Tuck likes getting to know all of their applicants. But as opposed to an essay, a GMAT score or a recommendation, an interview is not required to apply, but it is definitely a requirement to be admitted. I'm sure one of the adcoms reading this will confirm this. Tuck would *never* change a policy as big as this one from a year to the next without ALL of the big MBA blogs blowing it up. Sorry if I'm bursting balloons for those who haven't been invited to interview and are hoping to be admitted...it won't happen.


I totally agree what you've said, although I still haven't received any interview invite

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I'm *so* amazed at the level of misinformation that some people provide in this forum. Just so people know. No one is admitted to Tuck without being interviewed. No one.

"We do not admit any applicant who has not been interviewed (either by their own initiative or by invitation)."


https://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/mba/blog ... -interview



Would you please explain this excerpt from the admissions FAQ section?
"Are interviews required?
No, but they are strongly recommended. Tuck offers all applicants the opportunity to interview on campus in Hanover. Interviews are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis, so request an interview as soon as you decide to apply. If you have not been able to interview by the deadline, the admissions committee may invite you to interview if they feel it is necessary. Because we cannot invite all applicants to interview, if you would like to guarantee an interview, you should schedule an on-campus interview. Tuck does not conduct student-initiated interviews off campus." http://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/admissions/admissions-faq

It would be bizarre for the admissions office to post such a thing if what you posted was true, no?



To me it's actually pretty obvious. Interviews are not a required element of the application. They are encouraged because Tuck likes getting to know all of their applicants. But as opposed to an essay, a GMAT score or a recommendation, an interview is not required to apply, but it is definitely a requirement to be admitted. I'm sure one of the adcoms reading this will confirm this. Tuck would *never* change a policy as big as this one from a year to the next without ALL of the big MBA blogs blowing it up. Sorry if I'm bursting balloons for those who haven't been invited to interview and are hoping to be admitted...it won't happen.


I totally agree with this. If one has done the research on Tuck then one would clearly know that a school like Tuck will not admit someone without an interview. A school that prides itself on strong social interpersonal skills just isn't going to go by a paper application for admittance. Lastly, I know this process is stressful but the only date you know for certain is the admissions notification date. All of the other speculation will just drive you crazy and serves no purpose.

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Any idea when the candidates will be sent the letter of rejection?

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With Just <30 days remaining for the decision deadline, chances are getting slimmer everyday. :(
Or, is there a chance still.?

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Deirdre O’Donnell is an associate director of Tuck's Career Development Office (CDO).

Discuss how you’d prepare for fit interviews for the investment banking industry.

The first thing that’s very important is to understand what the desired skill set is for the industry. There are very standard competencies that all investment banks look for. They’ve all had consulting firms in to do studies on what makes the most successful people successful. The most importance competency is leadership, followed by quantitative ability, which means you have to be a logical problem-solver who is comfortable with numbers. Because of what you do as an associate, you really need to be somebody who takes a lot of personal initiative, which might be another thing they test for in the first round interviews.

The final round interviews for banking are usually with someone much more senior who is looking at you through a different lens. They are looking to see if you would be an asset in a meeting: are you client-facing? That’s a hard thing to prepare for. People are either socially adept or they’re not. It’s really a test of your listening skills and putting your client first, so they’re going to ask you fit questions that will address those things.

Doing a lot of mock interviews is essential. It’s a client-facing business, so you never want to sound rehearsed. To get comfortable, practice with second-years, the CDO, and with Tuck alumni who are currently associates at the investment banks. I’ve never seen a situation where someone hasn’t been willing to do mock interviews so there’s a lot of support.

Shed some light on technical questions that are asked in the investment banking industry.

We have collected a whole library of technical questions over the years. That’s complemented by the core curriculum where there are three key classes that help in this preparation: Accounting, Decision Science, and Capital Markets. The easiest way for banks to test whether or not you’ve got a grasp of the technical concepts is to ask for grades. Tuck’s a non-grade-disclosure school, but banks will typically ask students if they’re comfortable revealing their grades. If you don’t, they’ll assume the worst. They will also test your modeling skills and may have you walk them through a DCF or LBO model in an interview.

We bring up Training the Street before Winter Break to go through how banks do their models, how to work those models through Excel, things like that. We do it before Winter Break so that students then have those weeks to crunch through the 400 technical questions we have in our library and then use what they’ve learned in the Training the Street class. Also, the Finance Club does a tremendous job assigning mentors. Each second-year student might have three or four mentees and they will do a series of technical mock interviews with them until they’re comfortable with the concepts.

People who have a quantitative background don’t often get a lot of technical questions. The assumption is they’ve got a quantitative major; they’re doing well in the Tuck classes; they can do the work. It’s the people with nontraditional backgrounds who get the most technical questions. So they do have to work a little bit harder, but the second-years know that and they’re very supportive.

Tell me about the logistics of the typical interview process for the investment banking industry.

Typically, there are two interviews, a first round and a final round. Usually they’re one-on-one: one bank representative to one student. Sometimes they are two-on-one where they’ll have somebody who’s more experienced at interviewing and someone who’s new, as a way to train them. But the second person is usually there to listen, so in terms of your interaction it’s one-on-one.

The first round interview is usually with somebody at the vice president level to test your technical ability. Can you crunch the numbers? Are you detail-oriented? Can you deal with tight time frames? Can you prioritize because you’re working on more than one project? They’re looking at you in terms of what they need in an associate.

Assuming you make the final round interview, then it’s more the client-facing fit piece. Fit is important and even more so if you’re interviewing away from the bank headquarters. If you have interest in going to San Francisco or Houston, the offices are much smaller and you’re working long hours together in highly tense situations, so it is important for them to feel comfortable with you as a team member.
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Any idea when the candidates will be sent the letter of rejection?


I am also keen on an answer to that... the interview didn't go as well as I would have liked...each day i think of something that I could have answered better in the interview...

I am an international applicant (India) and would like nothing more than a confirmation, whether acceptance or rejection, as soon as possible...I heard that decisions start rolling out and would most probably be intimated in the coming weeks..so, no need to wait till 11th March (deadline for decisions of round 2)

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So I got the application completion mail on 21st Jan and haven't heard anything afterwards. So is it end of the story?
Decision date is one month away.

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Any idea when the candidates will be sent the letter of rejection?


I am also keen on an answer to that... the interview didn't go as well as I would have liked...each day i think of something that I could have answered better in the interview...

I am an international applicant (India) and would like nothing more than a confirmation, whether acceptance or rejection, as soon as possible...I heard that decisions start rolling out and would most probably be intimated in the coming weeks..so, no need to wait till 11th March (deadline for decisions of round 2)


just keen to know more about this. How do you know that they intimate the decisions before the mentioned date?

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I am also keen on an answer to that... the interview didn't go as well as I would have liked...each day i think of something that I could have answered better in the interview...

I am an international applicant (India) and would like nothing more than a confirmation, whether acceptance or rejection, as soon as possible...I heard that decisions start rolling out and would most probably be intimated in the coming weeks..so, no need to wait till 11th March (deadline for decisions of round 2)


just keen to know more about this. How do you know that they intimate the decisions before the mentioned date?

Someone told me that the adcom does not wait till the very end to let the international candidates know their decision so that they can start working on visa..
And I read somewhere about a school that starts to informing the international applicants a week before the round deadline. So, can't direct you to an official source. Sorry.

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Someone told me that the adcom does not wait till the very end to let the international candidates know their decision so that they can start working on visa..
And I read somewhere about a school that starts to informing the international applicants a week before the round deadline. So, can't direct you to an official source. Sorry.


No its ok. It's just that this wait is tougher than the entire admission process. Like they say an ideal mind is devil's playground. Too many thoughts and inbox refreshes.

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Are the interview invites still rolling out?

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I received an interview invite today. I live in DC. Excited!

Last interview slot available was Feb 25th so I figure some interviews may roll out in the next few days.

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I need people's thoughts! Got an interview invite today (January Round), but there are only a few days available to interview (only goes past the 25th and it's only Tues-Thurs). Unfortunately the only day I can go is the 17th, but weather channel is saying Hanover (and most of northeast) will get freezing rain and snow early next week.

Should I risk the weather and fly there and back (have to get back the following day for work). I would risk getting a canceled flight/send back and for adcom emails to reschedule/messing up everyone's schedules/visiting school during ugly weather. Or should I just do a skype interview? I really want to visit to show I'm serious, but I don't want to mix snow and planes lol. I feel like the chaos of weather disruptions would look worse then opting for a skype interview.

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My friend from Argentina received his invite today and has his interview at the end of the week. Good luck to all!

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Consistent with EA, can we expect the November round admit calls to start tomorrow?

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I need people's thoughts! Got an interview invite today (January Round), but there are only a few days available to interview (only goes past the 25th and it's only Tues-Thurs). Unfortunately the only day I can go is the 17th, but weather channel is saying Hanover (and most of northeast) will get freezing rain and snow early next week.

Should I risk the weather and fly there and back (have to get back the following day for work). I would risk getting a canceled flight/send back and for adcom emails to reschedule/messing up everyone's schedules/visiting school during ugly weather. Or should I just do a skype interview? I really want to visit to show I'm serious, but I don't want to mix snow and planes lol. I feel like the chaos of weather disruptions would look worse then opting for a skype interview.


Do your best to present in person. I'd bet the adcom will be more than understanding if weather restricts. Skype should be plan B.

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Restless November round applicant here from India. Slow death.

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