Friday, April 25, 2008

The decision


The deposit is made and it feels great.

To sum it up: When I was at Haas I met many people. At Tuck I already began to make friends.
There are a multitude of other reasons why I chose Tuck, mainly of the rational kind, but this is the one that best describes the non-rational part.

13 comments:

HappyBunny said...

hehee... :) I'm sure you are going to have lots fun there. congrats!

Soni said...

Learn to ski and enjoy!

Anonymous said...

Hey Congrats. TUCK is great school.

theincarnated said...

congrats...... gr8 school.... nice choice.....waiting for the "rational reasons" post...... :)

Miss Curly Bee said...

congratulations! :) i've heard so many great things about Tuck.. also, make sure you learn how to play hockey!

JulyDream said...

Honestly, if you can say you're making friends versus meeting people, that is one of the most important parts about business school because when you're done, you forever want to be able to tap the network. CONGRATS!

oopsagain said...

Congrats on the decision!
Tuck is a gr8 school - and I'm sure you'll have some of the best yrs of your life there

SmartSkag said...

Dude,
I keep coming back to your blog...
awesome job...u got admit into my 3 fav schools.....wondering how easy/hard it was for you to decide...since all three are unique in their own way..
Best of luck for the journey ahead..
Hope to take some app gyan from you..
Btw i am a 2009 applicant..currently preparing for GMAT...29 July is the "Day"

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Anonymous said...

Hey I was just wondering if you had been accepted to Kellogg what you would have done. I am currently deciding between tuck (full ride) vs Kellogg... like to hear your thoughts... thanks

marry said...

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