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Visiting Tuck without an applicant initiated interview

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New post 29 Oct 2018, 15:19
Hi all,

I am considering visiting Tuck before I apply in Round 2 later this year. The goal is to learn about the school. Has anybody been able to schedule a visit without an applicant initiated interview this Fall? The website says to contact admissions office if an applicant wants to visit without an interview. Before I contact the office, I wanted to check if anybody has been able to do that.

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I think a visit is a great opportunity to differentiate yourself. But...... While I think Adcom would be understanding, they could get a bit sensitive to the fact that you were shopping around rather than the most applicants who come gung ho and wanting to interview. Hope someone who has had a visit can weigh in.

Here is a relevant post/discussion: https://gmatclub.com/forum/urgent-schoo ... 26669.html
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New post 30 Oct 2018, 00:39
bb wrote:
I think a visit is a great opportunity to differentiate yourself. But...... While I think Adcom would be understanding, they could get a bit sensitive to the fact that you were shopping around rather than the most applicants who come gung ho and wanting to interview. Hope someone who has had a visit can weigh in.

Here is a relevant post/discussion: https://gmatclub.com/forum/urgent-schoo ... 26669.html



Hi bb,

Thank you so much for your response. I did not think that a visit to Tuck can be taken anything other than a positive sign. I can resonate to the poster in the link you provided. The purpose of my visit is to understand the Tuck community before I submit my application or do the interview. I am sort of okay to visit the campus twice (once now and once later this year or January for the interview).

Would really appreciate if someone who has done the visit can provide their inputs.

Thanks again for chiming in bb. I really appreciate it.

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