well, results are up. What's interesting to me is the number of firms that converted from being at school to just doing resume collects. I would have structed my bids a little differently, but that's life.
Anyone know how long it takes the resume collects to get back to you, if they do at all?
I might be outing myself if someone works hard enough, but I wanted to give people a morale boost. A firm cancelled their on-campus interviews with my probable soon-to-be-school, but I was told they wanted to setup a phone interview with me.
I guess this gives a little support to the notion that transfers can at least get a shot at things. Good luck, everyone!
Anyone else kinda not so impressed by their offerings for early interviews? As a transfer it really seems like a crapshoot considering there's only 35 bids. I asked career services for advice, and they totally gave me a non-answer answer about where to place myself competitively.