Anonymous User wrote:
Anonymous User wrote:NYU, a bit below median, 10 callbacks, 1 offer, at least 6 rejections (withdrew from some firms post-CB after getting an offer).
For me, it was much easier to get callbacks than to get offers.
Same. I landed callbacks from around 50% of my screening interviews. Much lower offer to callback rate. (And haven't heard anything at all from a couple of the firms I did callbacks with.) Really makes me think - is it my grades, interviewing ability, or just product of the market?
Top 1/3 MVPB. No NY bidding. I have dramatically underperformed my numbers (I think?) at both OCI and at callbacks. Well. I've only had two callbacks, a few weeks ago. Ding from one today. Silence from the other. I have so much work to do for school and elsewhere. I need to go hit up market-ish-paying midlaw. If I can find out what I'm fucking up and fix it, I would think I would have a good chance at recovering there. Still hating myself for whatever I did wrong.
2 CBs, 2 accepted, 1 reject, 1 pending, FML.