Ash Kumar - JMSB - My Advice for Future Students
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Yeah, no, I feel like myself and applying to business. Graduate school program There are some things that I would definitely like to advise you as an incoming student. I think that all of us are scared at times to reach out. There's a lot of resources, and John Bolton you can take advantage of. If you want to maximize your experience from a graduate program, you need to be in a routine. You need to have the habit of succeeding and making it a part of your life. Get up early, get a little exercise, listen to a song, take a little more. Get a coffee, knew something that excites you, gives you the energy for the day. Once you start studying, have 100% focus at it because otherwise you're going to regret it. That's something that I learned in the first semester of my school and lastly, but not least of all, connect with your professors and your students early before I even joining the program, I arrived in Montreal three weeks early to network with Al and I. I got to be part of the biggest case competition in Canada, all thanks to the other night that I've met before Now. Often we neglect the importance of networking network, network, network and network early with professors as well as the students as well as your alumni, because after you graduate, you will need to depend on a network for just about anything from Korea.