Thx, Mike.Good luck guys!
Don't worry if you haven't got an interview yet I got one on March 8 and got an admit.
Also don't stress too hard over the interview, they're mostly behavioral questions with a mix of technical ones depending on your background.
You never know what's going on, just stay positive and do your best!Thx, Mike.
MMF has a earlier deadline Dec 18th for 2o14 intake vs. Jan ## for 2013 intake, so I expect the interviews will be done earlier as well....end Feb till early Mar compared to early Mar till Mid Mar last time. I am kind of worried now.......
Thanks, Mike!You never know what's going on, just stay positive and do your best!
I remember stressing out over my internship interviews, the feeling is just horrible. Application after application, interview after interview...
Then I get an offer to intern at an asset manager in London that I interviewed for in August, while getting take out at a Thai restaurant (you'll come to know it well when you get to MMF) with two friends!
And now here I am in the UK visiting Buckingham Palace, St Paul's Cathedral, Mayfair, Soho, and also working really hard.
My point is you never know what life will throw at you, good or bad. A friend at MMF gave me some great advice: don't worry about the things you can't control and just do your best (incidentally he is one of the most successful students in the program).
Of course it's much easier said than done, but then again anything worth doing in life is just that.
Just keep swimming bud, it's difficult and painful but it will pay off in the end!
The on-site interview is quite long (happy mine was off-site/skype).Thanks, Mike!
Do you have any advice on how to prepare for the on-site interview?
The written assessment tests really basic undergrad math knowledge, if you did well in undergrad you'll do fine.Mike! Any tips for the written assessment they send for international students?
All the required knowledge mentioned on the website is fair game, if you got an A in ODE's and linear you better know what an integrating factor and an eigenvector are respectively.Thanks Mike
But like what part of undergrad? Real /Complex Analysis? Linear Algebra? Calculus? Diff eqns?
and what if say uve done C++ and they ask Matlab? how're u to code then? or do they ask depending on the language u mentioned u know on ur Resume?