MBA DecisionWire Spotlight: Cornell / Johnson or Dartmouth / Tuck for Investment Banking
In this MBA DecisionWire Spotlight, which highlights MBA candidates’ choices as shared in Clear Admit’s DecisionWire, we take a closer look at a candidate accepted to Cornell / Johnson and Dartmouth / Tuck. They also received scholarship offers from both institutions–$100k from Johnson and $60k from Tuck, which seemed to influence their decision making:
A community member kicked off the conversation:
Another member focused on the short term:
The original poster then returned:
Clear Admit resident expert, Alex Brown, then chimed in on the choice:
Another contributor put in a cheer for Johnson:
Concluding remarks then returned to the long term:
Congrats on your acceptances and best of luck with your decision!
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