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Interview Date / Submission Date
3.1.2011 / 3.10.2011
Age / Gender:
25-29 / Female
Area of Study:
Date of Interview:
Type of Program:
Part Time Program Type:
How long were the interviews?:
roughly 35 minutes
Were you given options for the date of the interview?:
Yes - i found out about my interview on one of the last days, but there were many spots available online so i was able to pick an interview day/time that worked best for me.
Could you choose the interview's location?:
Yes - on-campus
How many interviews were scheduled?:
1 - 1 interview with 2nd year student who said he was an admissions fellow
Who were the interviewers?:
Did you receive a tour?:
No - I did not go on an official tour, but one of my friends took me around. It was during their spring break so area was quite empty, but I hear it gets insanely crowded with the undergrads.
What was the most difficult question?:
do you have any questions for me?
What was the most interesting question?:
tell me about yourself - this is where i was able to give my background, explain my interest in real estate and my desire to stay in the field even after b-school, and why wharton
Did you receive any feedback at the end?:
No - i emailed my interviewer afterwards to say thank you and he responded back and said good luck.
Any other questions you remember?:
the other questions 3 of the 6 questions posted on poets and quants
Did you feel prepared?:
How did you prepare?:
reviewed the 6 questions mentioned on poets and quants, practiced with accepted.com representative
What was your opinion of the Faculty?:
What was your opinion of the Alumni?:
What was your opinion of the Students?:
The student was very well rehearsed, but was mechanical - just asked 1) tell me about yourself 2) 3 questions from the poets and quants list 3) do you have any questions from me. he was nice, but didn't speak much outside of answering those questions and writing notes.
What was your opinion of the Office Personnel?:
very nice and friendly
What was most impressive?:
facility looked new and clean
What was least impressive?:
the fact that it gets packed and there aren't many study rooms.
Did anything change your opinion of the school?:
Yes - other students we met said I should go to Harvard so that made me think they don't think very highly of themselves
Was there something you wish you had known ahead of time?:
No - the interviewing area on campus is deep in the building and around many corners so give yourself enough time to wander through the building to find where you're supposed to go. also students don't really know where the interviews are done so they can't help you too much.
Suggestions for travel to the school?:
take amtrak and then take a cab from the train station to campus - very fast.
What other advice can you offer future intervewees?:
be confident and happy
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