I certainly didn’t know this before starting at Stanford GSB, but we don’t have a “normal” 4-point grading system. I don’t know the genesis of why this odd 6-point system was even necessary, given that GSB has a policy making final transcripts completely confidential. In the MSx program, we never even find out who our “valedictorian” is … Continue reading
Super Round! Blessing or curse?
About halfway through the Summer quarter, MSx students register for Autumn classes and choose up to two classes for Super Round. Super Round is only applicable for Winter / Spring quarter classes since the MBAs have already registered for Autumn Quarter. The Super Round is a priority registration that allows each student to push a … Continue reading
Post-GSB life in a startup
A common question for a recent B-school grad: What are you going to do now? In true Stanford entrepreneurship style, I’m working on a startup with a couple classmates. In fact, here’s my first public blog post for Hinted. What’s Hinted? Why feedback? The one common factor that all the Sloan / MSx students will have – … Continue reading
Autumn Quarter – Squeeze in Electives
This post is very tardy, but wanted to get this posted before the Class of 2015 MSx’ers make their final decisions for Autumn Quarter class registration. This was a 22 credit quarter for me (aka Club 22) – many students strongly suggest not loading up so heavily, but while I found it definitely made for a … Continue reading
I had no appreciation for how difficult it would be to maintain a regular blog. Clearly this is in itself a full-time job! So many of the current cohort (MSx 2015) had said it was useful to read what I had wrote, so I’m going to try and complete my original vision of documenting my year … Continue reading
On-stage for Class of 2015
I’m presenting to the incoming MSx Class of 2015! I remember being here a year ago and soaking up everything they had to say… Today, I’m the alumni sharing my experiences with Herbert Yang (Sloan ’13), Michelle Morris (Sloan ’14) and Mary Jacobsen (Sloan ’14). I only hope that I said something useful to the … Continue reading
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