For many of us, by the time we enter our MBA program, it's been at least a few years since we've been required to take a midterm. So, this week, a short post on some of my observations about taking midterms.
If you are like most graduate students, you dread midterm exam week. Personally, I cannot think of one person I know who actually likes taking exams or gets really excited about studying for long periods of time. I can usually handle the "spaced" out exams where I have one exam per week. The real challenge comes when you are forced to have to study for 2-3 exams in the same week and it almost turns into a game of Russian Roulette deciding which exam you are going to study for.
Well folks, after submitting my resume to more than 30 businesses, and a lot of interviews, I still don't have an internship, but...I was offered a Graduate Administrative Associate position with the Department of Materials Science and Engineering! This was quite exciting news this morning! I'm very, very excited about this opportunity. I'll be working with the undergraduate and graduate academic advisers and developing recruiting events and coordinating visits with potential students. I think recruiting will be very interesting.