Fridays From the Frontline
Hello and welcome to Fridays From the Frontline, Clear Admit’s weekly post covering the ups and downs of b-school bloggers. This week most members of the class of ’11 were moving on with degrees in hand, while first years looked to their summer internships and applicants began thinking strategy.
Ellipser thanked his MLT family for all their support. Ms. HR shared the highlights of a conversation she had with a recent Stern graduate. Parker returned from her Nicaraguan adventures and began to focus her attentions to b-school applications. MyMBADreamz continued to take practice tests in preparation for the GMAT. Kruthika also moved forward with his GMAT studies, focusing on combinatronics. Sanket decided to apply to schools in rounds 1 and 2. Random Wok wrote about his experiences of and perspectives on management consulting. Rolipolli weighed in on the Apple vs. Google fight to take over the world.
NYU ’12 Nistha provided advice to her readers about how to go about getting an internship with a startup. IMD ’11 Howie finished up exams and enjoyed a weekend of liberation. Kellogg ’12 Jeremy discussed what many of his classmates were doing this summer and looked forward to starting one of his summer jobs. LBS ’12 mbahut completed his first year of b-school and shared his philosophy on exams. MIT ’12 Paul explained why sometimes failure is a good thing.
And that’s the news for this week. We wish all recent graduates the best of luck in all their future endeavors, and that this application cycle is a good one for those just beginning to pursue their dreams! Until next week, have a great weekend!
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