That is pretty much what my assumption was but it seemed like it could go either way. What are some other takes on this? Does this kind of call back give you the same percentage for an offer as an OCI call back?
I just finished my mass mail for 160 firms and it cost me $350 (and I didn't do the big envelopes, which I sorta regret). I e-mailed another 150 and it was free.
The way I picked it was I made snail mail my default method. But, if all the site had was "Send Resumes to Denny Crane, Hiring Partner," then I e-mailed.
One thing I will say is that when you see a high-quality envelope with high quality paper and "Best" printing inside of it, it really does look good and seem like you took a minute on the firm. If you can add to that a couple lines that individualize the firm, I think it's meaningful.
I would be transferring from a t4 to either GW or an instate school ranked around 50 where I would essentially go for free. The complicated part is that I want to come back to my homestate to practice, and keep in mind that either school is a vast improvement.
Also, I read a WSJ article in Wednesday's paper suggesting that this is a common question in today's economy...
So the real question lies in whether that name is worth extra debt...I dont know...what is your opinion?
use any supplements?
how'd you budget your time? how much did you study per day?
also, doesn't it seem to be a little inconsistent to care that others think it bad practice to disclose schools, so you don't do that, but they also think it bad practice to brief the entire semester, yet you do follow that opinion?
i mean, if there is other justification (which i'm sure there is) then fine, but you could have just said that to begin with.
also, which study habits do you feel most propelled you to the top 10%?
My life was relatively interesting last xmas, but unfortunately your request isn't in there.
I'm not really sure how to respond to being unoriginal, I get a number of messages about the uniqueness of the story/writing. Keep reading, it might surprise you.
Durden once again speaks the truth.
If these market rates are based on cost of living for their respective cities, then one of 2 things needs to happen - other markets need to be starting much lower than New York since their cost of living is, accordingly, lower than New York
Keep everybody where they are and move the New York associates much higher.
NYC Associates learn to live a happier life with $65k take-home pay.
such a hater