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New post 14 Jan 2015, 19:36
bobjoneslee wrote:
Hello,

Just another quick question. I am slowly starting to plan how I will spend my rest of the year before I start Bschool and may be traveling in and out of the country. With this, I was wondering as to whether Tuck partakes in a background check for admitted students and what the process looks like (depth/time period it takes). Also, do they let you know when your background check cleared?

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I don't really remember but I think there may not have been a background check like some of the other schools. I certainly didn't receive anything along the lines of "you have passed the background check".

However, a lot of my classmates quit early and started travelling, so I really don't think that will be an issue.

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I thought Tuck provided all first years with a laptop (and the cost of the laptop is included in our program fee). Has this changed? On the 2017 website, it states that we have to purchase our own laptop.

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New post 16 Jan 2015, 03:19
Hi,

Thanks for launching this awesome AMA Services!!!

Can u please evaluate my chances at Tuck,

(Male/27/Indian/Non-IT):
GMAT: 700 (Q49 V 36 AWA5)
Undergrad: BTech Civil Engineering from one of the top 5 NIT’s in India- NIT Kurukshetra (CGPA- 8.28/10)
Xth: 88%
XIIth: 82.8%
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Work Ex: 4+ Years In Project Management- Contracts, Tendering and Estimation of Civil Works involved in Thermal Power Plants
Sector: Power and Energy
Job Description:
- Erection Cost Estimation for Civil & Building Packages for Boiler, Turbine and Generator Island package in Thermal Power projects pan India.
- Pre bid coordination with Sub Contractors & offer negotiation based on the estimate prepared.
- Involved in the bidding process for projects having worth more than 5000 crores.
- Leading a 2 Engineers team and approx. 30 sub-ordinates at various Project Sites throughout India
- Efficient Preparation of project planning, review of monthly invoicing plan etc
- Preparation of Contract Agreements, Placing Purchase Order in ERP, Erection protocols and methodologies.
- Sound understanding of Pre Engineered Buildings design- A fast growing industry in the Indian Sector
Major Clients : NTPC, GMR, Tata Power
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Personal Ventures/Achievements:
- Started my own business of Fuel Gel in 2011. Manufacturing, marketing and distribution of Fuel Gel across Haryana. Annual turnover above 15 lakhs. Initiated the process to setup factory level business in North India. Have Set up a factory in my hometown after meeting success in the business.
- Social causes:
1. I have initiated Beggar Upliftment Programme in Doosan, India under which I would be teaching beggars at various beggar homes in Delhi. Providing them elementary knowledge so that they are able to get a work. Something like working as a Security Guard.
2. I am a member of the Swach Bharat Abhyaan- Gurgaon Chapter, Doosan India. Through this, we are trying to create an awareness among the locals to have a neat environment and help in making the city a better place to live in
.- Received best volunteer award for the year 2014 from MD of the organisation.
- Marathon Champion in School.
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Other involvements:
- Represented Civil Engineering Department batch 2k6 in the Placement advisory committee of NIT Kurukshetra 2009-2010.
- Extras I have to my credit except this are:
1. Captain of the Doosan Cricket League in 2011 under which my team won the tournament.
2. Won the First prize in Architect- City Planning competition, Second Prize in Design Concrete Competition and membership certificates for national level events of college like confluence, Literati etc. (I don’t know whether these things make a difference)
- President of techno cultural society of Civil Dept in College.
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My main ambition is to start my own construction company after having 8-10 years of work experience post my MBA.
As I mentioned in my profile that I am already running a business of Fuel Gel since 2011, I would like to take it further while focusing more on the Construction Industry. The Fuel Gel Business is unique in itself and I started alongside my job as an alternate source of Income.
I have a strong database of Contacts with Leading construction companies of India -- Gammon India, L&T and Simplex Infra to name a few. I have negotiated with these firms at the highest level and have experience in award of contracts. As I know big firms in the construction industry quite well, my knowledge about their finances in particular is good enough ( Financial evaluation of Companies helped me). Currently, the Indian Construction Industry is the second biggest economic pill for GDP after agriculture and seeing most of the big firms going into Corporate Debt restructuring (CDR), I feel strong urge for working in this sector because of the challenges. This is my main inspiration for working in the construction sector. My short term goal is definitely moving up the ladder as in- joining a huge global firm (Consultancy), becoming manager, and then regional manager. I strongly believe an experience of this would help me understand the problems and ways to tackle them.
In addition to the above, I will get some excellent recommendations from my boss and Head of the Department- Plant Engineering in my company.

I feel this is right juncture of my life at which I should go for an MBA and work on a managerial level position to understand the other aspects of business like Financial Acumen, Strategy Decisions etc.

Regards,
Aditya

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wluck wrote:
I thought Tuck provided all first years with a laptop (and the cost of the laptop is included in our program fee). Has this changed? On the 2017 website, it states that we have to purchase our own laptop.


Yup they changed this to give students more flexibility. We are moving onto a visual desktop system which means you will have access to all the software / connectivity you need at Tuck. I think the biggest positives are that:

a) people who already have a laptop are not forced to buy another one
b) you can use Mac laptops instead because currently we are all using Windows and some people found that frustrating

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Flyte/Domotron,

Thanks for doing this AMA. Really appreciate it! My question is centered around the CDO. I have a pretty specific geographic location I want to work post-MBA that isn't Boston, NYC, SanFran, Chicago etc. How closely will the CDO work with me to help me find an internship/full-time offer outside of providing me a network of Tuckies?

Also, for those of us who have an idea of what we want to do post-grad, but are not 100% sure, does Tuck do anything early on to help you decide before companies start coming to recruit?

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Flyte/Domotron,

Thanks for doing this AMA. Really appreciate it! My question is centered around the CDO. I have a pretty specific geographic location I want to work post-MBA that isn't Boston, NYC, SanFran, Chicago etc. How closely will the CDO work with me to help me find an internship/full-time offer outside of providing me a network of Tuckies?

Also, for those of us who have an idea of what we want to do post-grad, but are not 100% sure, does Tuck do anything early on to help you decide before companies start coming to recruit?

Thanks!!


Depending on the industry / location, they may have people you can get in contact with both Tuckies and non-Tuckies. It really depend on those two things though. At the end of the day, and this is true of all schools, if you are gunning for someone a bit more niche or in a more interesting location, you will have to anticipate doing a lot of your own legwork i.e. reach out to alumni, expect to get intros from alumni to other people to really get deep into that network. The CDO will do all they can to help facilitate some of these conversations.

As for deciding on what you want to do. So trust me there is PLENTY of time to decide what you want to do. The great thing is that companies come on campus very early (think 3rd week of September) to present. This gives you time to attend lots of different sessions, meet different people from different industries, and find your path. The idea of these sessions is for you to learn more about the company/industry. You don't necessarily know what you want to do by this point and it's totally ok. You won't have to apply for these internships until November so you have plenty of time to decide. The CDO also have 1-on-1 with each student at the start of school. This time can be utilized however you like including talking about potential options and feasibility.

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Thanks for doing this, greatly appreciate your time!

1. I am really hoping to get on-campus housing and already filled out the app. I understand that there's a lottery. What would you guess are the chances of being able to secure on-campus housing from the lottery?

2. Assuming I get on-campus housing, am I also given a spot to park my car?

3. Can those who live on-campus have guests over? If so, how often?

4. Do you see any students doing internships during the school year in boston/nyc (assuming they scheduled their classes maybe Mon.-Wed.), or maybe local internships during the school year?

Thanks again!

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lilb837 wrote:
Thanks for doing this, greatly appreciate your time!

1. I am really hoping to get on-campus housing and already filled out the app. I understand that there's a lottery. What would you guess are the chances of being able to secure on-campus housing from the lottery?

2. Assuming I get on-campus housing, am I also given a spot to park my car?

3. Can those who live on-campus have guests over? If so, how often?

4. Do you see any students doing internships during the school year in boston/nyc (assuming they scheduled their classes maybe Mon.-Wed.), or maybe local internships during the school year?

Thanks again!


Answers:

1. Pretty good 75-80% I would guess.

2. You will have a spot to park your car but it is roughly 15 minutes walk away. There is however a shuttle to that parking lot Mon-Fri.

3. Yes you can have guests over. There is no limit at all unless your SO basically live with you for the entire term I doubt anyone would notice.

4. I have heard of people doing some work for companies during the school year but it's not too common. To be honest, I don't know how much value this adds. Also you won't have the ability to schedule your classes for Mon-Wed until spring term.

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Hi,

I am preparing my application for Round 3 with focus on healthcare management. Wondering if you could comment on whether it helps to have a background in healthcare already (clinical and applied biomechanics research at hospital/ivy med school) and how popular among 1st year students is HCM at Tuck or if there is a set number of candidates that Tuck fills every year to enhance this program? I understand tuck has the smallest intake among top b schools which puts the number of students per specialization at an even lower ratio but is there an appeal to choosing healthcare at Tuck?


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Hi,

I am preparing my application for Round 3 with focus on healthcare management. Wondering if you could comment on whether it helps to have a background in healthcare already (clinical and applied biomechanics research at hospital/ivy med school) and how popular among 1st year students is HCM at Tuck or if there is a set number of candidates that Tuck fills every year to enhance this program? I understand tuck has the smallest intake among top b schools which puts the number of students per specialization at an even lower ratio but is there an appeal to choosing healthcare at Tuck?


Thanks for helping out,
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Just to clarify, we do not have a healthcare management track per say like Fuqua so there is no set limit on how many people Tuck takes that are interested in healthcare. However, there are a ton of healthcare courses available due to our close affiliation with Geisel Medical School and you are free to load up on healthcare electives. There are cross over courses as well as individuals who are pursuing MD/MBAs or MBA/MPH programs. I don't think our relatively smaller class size is a disadvantage at all. If anything, there is less competition for the type of roles you would be looking to recruit for. For internships, it definitely feels like there are more healthcare jobs than there are candidates looking to get into healthcare.

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MutatisMutandis wrote:
Hi,

I am preparing my application for Round 3 with focus on healthcare management. Wondering if you could comment on whether it helps to have a background in healthcare already (clinical and applied biomechanics research at hospital/ivy med school) and how popular among 1st year students is HCM at Tuck or if there is a set number of candidates that Tuck fills every year to enhance this program? I understand tuck has the smallest intake among top b schools which puts the number of students per specialization at an even lower ratio but is there an appeal to choosing healthcare at Tuck?


Thanks for helping out,
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Just to clarify, we do not have a healthcare management track per say like Fuqua so there is no set limit on how many people Tuck takes that are interested in healthcare. However, there are a ton of healthcare courses available due to our close affiliation with Geisel Medical School and you are free to load up on healthcare electives. There are cross over courses as well as individuals who are pursuing MD/MBAs or MBA/MPH programs. I don't think our relatively smaller class size is a disadvantage at all. If anything, there is less competition for the type of roles you would be looking to recruit for. For internships, it definitely feels like there are more healthcare jobs than there are candidates looking to get into healthcare.


Great,
Thanks for the info. It is good to know tuck takes in candidates specifically targeting healthcare even though they dont have a separate track which is not a big difference anyway, but im hoping my chances would improve if i have a part gmat score, even though im applying late. I registered on tuck connections and sent a couple of emails in, but havent heard back. I guess this forum gets faster results than tuck connections :)
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Hey Tuckies!
I am searching with my wife (also a T'17) a place to rent near the campus (Sachem quite far for us)
I've checked the suggested websites - dartlist.com / dartmouthre.com but they offer a few options.. most of them in Sachem

Any suggestions how to find a 1-bdr apt near the campus?
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Hey Tuckies!
I am searching with my wife (also a T'17) a place to rent near the campus (Sachem quite far for us)
I've checked the suggested websites - dartlist.com / dartmouthre.com but they offer a few options.. most of them in Sachem

Any suggestions how to find a 1-bdr apt near the campus?
Thanks and cheers!


I would definitely not rule out Sachem because it is a great location for couples. It is actually not THAT far and you get plugged into a great partners community there.

I would keep checking on those websites you mentioned because more and more will become available. Dartmouth housing only recently released a new set of listings for housing this coming year.

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Just to second Domotron, Sachem is really not far at all. There is a shuttle in the mornings. Plus there is a group called Sachem Rides that operates as a ride sharing / carpooling group throughout the day. Happy to discuss further if you want to PM me.

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Hi Flyte,
Thanks for helping others. I want to know something. Is it mandatory to have a car? I do not own a car in my country. Can I still learn driving and get a driving licence? if I choose to live off campus, should I own car? or is it with walking distance?
I do not know whether it is the case for other international students or I'm strange case. :?

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Hello!

I'm a prospective international applicant. I will be visiting Tuck in mid September and will apply this fall. I was wondering if, in case I can't arrange the applicant-initiated interview for any of the days I will be there, would it still be possible to meet up with current students and attend a class?

Thanks!
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Hello!

I'm a prospective international applicant. I will be visiting Tuck in mid September and will apply this fall. I was wondering if, in case I can't arrange the applicant-initiated interview for any of the days I will be there, would it still be possible to meet up with current students and attend a class?

Thanks!
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Hi you should be able to have an applicant initiated interview wait for the dates for go live. Typically it comes as part of a package of visit + interview + class visit + lunch with current students! The only time there would not be a class visit is during some kind of break.

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Sk1ver wrote:
Hey Tuckies!
I am searching with my wife (also a T'17) a place to rent near the campus (Sachem quite far for us)
I've checked the suggested websites - dartlist.com / dartmouthre.com but they offer a few options.. most of them in Sachem

Any suggestions how to find a 1-bdr apt near the campus?
Thanks and cheers!


I would definitely not rule out Sachem because it is a great location for couples. It is actually not THAT far and you get plugged into a great partners community there.

I would keep checking on those websites you mentioned because more and more will become available. Dartmouth housing only recently released a new set of listings for housing this coming year.


Thanks! We ended up with Sachem, as it is the best price/quality option in the area! See you soon in Hanover! :)

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Hi,

I have two questions -
1) What're the pros & cons of Early Action Round?
2) I'm equally passionate about Duke and Tuck and both of them have EA. Is it advisable to go for EA rounds for both of them?

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Hi,

I have two questions -
1) What're the pros & cons of Early Action Round?
2) I'm equally passionate about Duke and Tuck and both of them have EA. Is it advisable to go for EA rounds for both of them?


I would probably advise against doing Duke EA if you aren't sure what school you want to go to. Duke EA is binding and you will have to enroll there. Tuck's EA is basically just their Round 1.

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