University of Pennsylvania alumni interviewer Andrew Ross tells Bloomberg News why he (and apparently other Ivy League grads) is getting tired of interviewing dozens of students only see so few of his recommendations get in:
“Is it worth it to interview if I’m not going to have any influence on the students getting in? If it doesn’t mean much, then they should find a better way to use our time. It just kind of feels ridiculous.”
Just more fallout from schools’ diva-like compulsion to increase their selectivity ratings.