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I don't know about you but an MBA isn't a party (at least not the first year).
Company presentations/informationals are not "partying". They are excruciating networking events.
No, it's not disbelief, just the events I went to are still fresh in my mind. Also I only went to banking events which are a little more regimented.
Where did you go for your MBA? I can guarantee you from firsthand experience that at least one of H/W/S parties it up like it's Armageddon. And I suspect the same is true at the other two.
I should've gotten an MBA. Sounds fun.
Totally worthless degree in today's society, IMO. Especially if you don't go into finance. 99% of my friends from my MBA class are now in lower positions than their peers and contemporaries who didn't get a graduate degree and just spent those two years staying put and working. Years of work experience seem to trump everything these days, regardless of the quality of the experience. It's a fucked up calculation, but it's what the vast majority of corporate recruiters use.
I am not questioning whether the degree is worth its price, but for the top 7 schools, this is just not true. During the recession people did not improve as much as they thought (and some indeed had to go back to their old positions), but in consulting, brand management/marketing, general management and finance business school is a pretty important stage.
good. all my time studying for the GMAT isnt' a waste then