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25 Feb 2010, 09:04
Jivana wrote:
I look at this topic in the same one should behave when invited to someone's home. Unless the host offers you a drink or a meal you would not go through the fridge and start grabbing stuff.

LOL, great analogy!
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25 Feb 2010, 09:21
THanks for the great tips. I would actually like to attend Kellogg on an official visit. Does anyone know who I can contact at the university for information on this?
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25 Feb 2010, 10:06
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I attended a Booth class called cases in financial management and it was a great experience. It was recommended to me by rhyme and other Booth folks so I checked it out. Even though I didn't have a corporate finance background, I was able to follow the material pretty easily and participate in the discussion by volunteering answers whenever the professor prompted us as a group. And whatever concepts that I didn't understand, I asked a nice lady who sat next to me. She went above and beyond and explained all of the concepts during intermission and afterwards via email. It was a great experience, but I do agree that participation is dependent on the professor and type of class.
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25 Feb 2010, 12:51
I am a little curious about something. In all the b-school classes I've sat in on, they have relied heavily on class notes. I don't think I've seen a single textbook in those classes. Do professors rely a lot less on textbooks in b-school than in other graduate programs? I guess it would make sense, because if it's mostly case studies and industry examples, then you don't really need textbooks. Is this what you all have observed, too?
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25 Feb 2010, 14:54
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I am a little curious about something. In all the b-school classes I've sat in on, they have relied heavily on class notes. I don't think I've seen a single textbook in those classes. Do professors rely a lot less on textbooks in b-school than in other graduate programs? I guess it would make sense, because if it's mostly case studies and industry examples, then you don't really need textbooks. Is this what you all have observed, too?

Its a mix and depends largely on the class. Some classes are just cases and notes, others (e.g. corporate finance, accounting) require a book. A lot of classes have recommended (a.k.a. useless) reading as well.
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