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Blythe C. TU'13, February 29, 2012Dear Mom and Dad, Hope you are well! It's been a really busy week at Camp Tuck: Tuck Africa Week, big projects for Marketing and Strategy, final exams approaching, an event with other Forte Fellows, an Oscar Party, and Winter Carnival of course! Unfortunately, even though I helped to Continue Reading
Dia D. - Admissions, February 28, 2012This week we have T'01 and Director of Marketing and Communications Gina des Cognets serving up some advice and fond memories. Gina loved her Tuck experience so much that she couldn't wait to come back and has been a sparkly-eyed advocate for applicants and the envy of her B Continue Reading
Ken F. T'12, February 27, 2012Sam, a newly admitted student, recently submitted a question about the role of minis in the curriculum. I thought it best to answer in a separate post, as it is likely that more people will see the answer this way. First up, to Sam and all other admitted students for Continue Reading
Laura T'13, February 26, 2012The on-campus recruiting process was definitely a whirlwind. There were so many companies coming on campus, so many of my fellow classmates in suits, and so much extra stress around campus. Luckily, this period is over. Not so luckily, I didn’t get an internship offer. Continue Reading
Dia D. - Admissions, February 24, 2012Stephen Pidgeon, T'07 shares his unique perspective as a Tuckie who has returned to the roost. Stephen is an Associate Director in Tuck's Career Development Office and returns to Tuck (family in tow) after a stint with McKinsey in London. Q1: What advice would you give a student entering Continue Reading
Pete. T'13, February 24, 2012With Winter term almost behind me, what is next on the agenda? Well that is the decision I have to make. Spring term allows for first-year students to choose from a variety electives. I must say I am glad the core curriculum is so comprehensive. One reason I chose Tuck Continue Reading
Pete. T'13, February 21, 2012Thank God It’s SKIDAY! As I am sure many of you know, most business schools do not have classes on Fridays. So although I do recommend treating business school as a full-time job (creating a schedule of work hours, allocate time efficiently to different projects, finish work by Continue Reading
Justin R T'13, February 20, 2012For those of you considering which schools are right for you, you’ve probably been through the same thought process as me. That being said, if you’re from a big city and have never lived in a less urban area, you probably have some reservations about signing Continue Reading
Pat H. - Admissions, November 11, 2010Letters of recommendation - at Tuck, we refer to them as "Confidential Statements of Qualifications," or "CSQs". CSQs provide us with additional insight into your career success/potential, as well as your personal and professional strengths and weaknesses. The CSQ is the only part of the application not completed by Continue Reading
Pat H. - Admissions, October 28, 2010Over the summer I spoke with an unsuccessful applicant from last year who had a big job gap in his employment history. Now the fact that he had the gap wasn’t what was troubling to us (we recognize that in this economy a lot of people unfortunately have Continue Reading
Pat H. - Admissions, October 08, 2010With the Early Action deadline of October 13 quickly approaching, you are probably wondering about this question. I may be completely dating myself with this reference, but I am reminded of the “Schoolhouse Rock” episode following the path of a bill through the legislative process. Perhaps we can take Continue Reading
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