NYU EIW 2016

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NYU EIW 2016

Postby Anonymous User » Thu Jun 23, 2016 4:39 pm

Keeping with tradition, this thread will be discussion about bidlists, screener results, and callbacks.

Let’s get it done!

NYU EIW 2015: viewtopic.php?f=23&t=248984
NYU EIW 2014: viewtopic.php?f=23&t=231414
NYU EIW 2013: viewtopic.php?f=23&t=211936
NYU EIW 2012: viewtopic.php?f=23&t=189752

Please Use Anonymous Handles

We all want to maintain some privacy during this process. That said, it is also nice to keep track of who is saying what. I’m going to recommend that everyone pick a handle to sign their anonymous posts with (you obviously don’t have to) so that we can keep track of one another.


The basics of bidlist stuff should be straightforward even if you’re not Socrates: if you think other people are more likely to bid on a firm, you should bid it high. Firms that are less grade-selective or that have fewer interview spots are more competitive, so you should probably rank them higher. Don’t rank a firm high just because you want it, but if you really want a particular firm it might be good to rank it high for your peace of mind. Finally, you should probably avoid spreading your bids out between multiple markets unless you have strong ties to all of those markets. We’ve all seen the data: there are just more jobs in New York, so NY is a solid backup for folks who are trying to head to California, Chicago or DC.


Once we’re at least part way through the first rings of interviewing hell, people will get callbacks. In past years, people would post the firm name and the initials of the person who interviewed them when they received a callback so that people would know that callbacks had gone out.

Good luck.
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