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Interview Date / Submission Date
10.1.2011 / 1.25.2012
Age / Gender:
25-29 / Male
Area of Study:
Date of Interview:
Type of Program:
Part Time Program Type:
How long were the interviews?:
Were you given options for the date of the interview?:
Yes - Self-Initiated
Could you choose the interview's location?:
No - All self-initiated interviews were in Hanover, NH
How many interviews were scheduled?:
Who were the interviewers?:
Did you receive a tour?:
What was the most difficult question?:
Tell me about a time you worked with a difficult team member.
What was the most interesting question?:
How do you see yourself fitting into the Tuck culture?
Did you receive any feedback at the end?:
Any other questions you remember?:
All the basics--Why Tuck? Why now? Career goals? Etc
Did you feel prepared?:
How did you prepare?:
Read interview reports to get an understanding of what to expect. Practiced with friends and family.
What was your opinion of the Faculty?:
Met one professor and sat in on his class. His teaching style was engaging.
What was your opinion of the Alumni?:
What was your opinion of the Students?:
All Tuck students were great! They were willing to help my with any questions I might have.
What was your opinion of the Office Personnel?:
The office personnel were very helpful. I asked a ton of questions and they were happy to help.
What was most impressive?:
Tunnels beneath the buildings so that you don't have to brave the Hanover winters.
What was least impressive?:
The school is somewhat old. They have new buildings, but the main portion is a bit dated.
Did anything change your opinion of the school?:
Was there something you wish you had known ahead of time?:
Suggestions for travel to the school?:
There are cheap hotels about 5 min outside of Hanover. I stayed in White River Junction, VT for a very low price and only had to drive 10 min to Tuck in the morning.
What other advice can you offer future intervewees?:
Be prepared to answer questions about why Tuck. They are very concious of fit and want to make sure that you WANT to go to the school.
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