Given that the guy admitted in the next post to having done very little research perhaps I was correct...?(Original post by marrythenight)
Check my post history, all genuine and no troll. I just think you could take more care when accusing people of having not done any research - they're first years for crying out loud, give them time and they will be perfect this time in a year.
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- 09-07-2011 01:34
(Original post by The West Wing)
- 09-07-2011 01:36
Given that the guy admitted in the next post to having done very little research perhaps I was correct...?
Anyway, let's leave it.
(Original post by marrythenight)
- 09-07-2011 09:43
You need to stop saying this in threads, I've seen you do it before and it's a real knock to confidence.
The OP has just completed his first year, like I have. For what it's worth, he seems to have done plenty of research to get onto open days (which coincidentally are open to anyone at any stage) at such prestigious firms.
I've said it before and I'll say it again, students at the end of their first years have plenty of time to learn and grow, so don't come accuse them of not bothering to research as the truth is that many of them are very new to how things work and getting on the right track.
Yes, you do have time to learn but applications for vac schemes open in October, so do keep that in mind. You have the summer ahead of you, so use your time wisely.