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18 Mar 2009, 14:48
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llest wrote:

How do you measure the ROI? is there any place to find some data about it?

Personally I think the whole idea of ROI calculations is completely bunk. I mean how on earth are we suppose to accurately project our earnings over the next 30+ years with an MBA vs without one? It's asinine IMO. Nonetheless, here you go
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Re: Tuck vs Ross ($) vs Tepper($$) [#permalink] ### Show Tags 18 Mar 2009, 13:45 Add a poll to this post! Its more fun! Anyway, Tuck is by far the best choice and even with no$$ the long term ROI is probably better given their die-hard alumni network (although the size of it is much smaller than Ross). _________________ "George is getting upset!" GMAT Club Premium Membership - big benefits and savings Current Student Joined: 31 Aug 2007 Posts: 369 Followers: 1 Kudos [?]: 143 [0], given: 1 Re: Tuck vs Ross ($) vs Tepper($$) [#permalink] ### Show Tags 18 Mar 2009, 13:58 Raabend wrote: Add a poll to this post! Its more fun! Anyway, Tuck is by far the best choice and even with no$$ the long term ROI is probably better given their die-hard alumni network (although the size of it is much smaller than Ross).

i disagree with you if you want to look at it simply based on ROI.
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18 Mar 2009, 15:05
Haha, as IHateTheGMAT pointed out, there is no real way to measure ROI. When thinking about the ROI for yourself, think about what is really important for you in the future. As I pointed out after my ROI comment, Tuck's Alumni network is prehaps the most die hard of any school. That will be very useful in the long term regardless of what you want to do with your degree IMO.
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19 Mar 2009, 12:09
llest wrote:
A doubt I have is if the position that companies offer to Tuck students are the same that they offer to Tuck Students.

I think this is true by default.
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