Just had my firstever; it was pretty exciting. I am quite certain that I am not getting a second round at this time, but it was still a great experience. I got a good reality check as to where I currently stand and now I would like to ask my fellow WSO primates for some advice.
I just transferred from a community college to GT as a junior this semester majoring in economics. I previously did two internships in supply chain, worked in healthcare sales, retail banking, but nothing related to IB though.
I am noticing that most of my peers have already either signed their offers for the summer or have multipleinterviews back-to-back. I, on the other hand, am still trying to figure out how depreciation going up by $10 would affect the financial statements.
To catch up, I have joined the student investment fund and got hired as a research assistant for a professor at the business school, so I am on track to strengthening my technical knowledge by the end of this semester.
The problem is that all the
I noticed that most of the people transferring from CCs here end up taking an extra year just for the sole reason of improving their chances of getting a . What do you think about that option?
Last, can idiocy be cured? If not, what are the chances of breaking into the field as an idiot? Just asking... for a friend or whatever.
Just wanted to tag all the people that have been really helpful and supportive the last 2 years. I was wondering if you have an opinion on this, @dcrowoar, @RedRage, @HY.r.e.a.m, @Primeape14, @WidespreadPanic90, @WidespreadPanic90, @Abhizzy.
As always, all feedback is appreciated.