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Interview Date / Submission Date
4.1.2010 / 4.8.2010
Age / Gender:
30-34 / Male
Area of Study:
Date of Interview:
Type of Program:
Part Time Program Type:
How long were the interviews?:
Were you given options for the date of the interview?:
Yes - Interviewer rescheduled once.
Could you choose the interview's location?:
No - It was at the alum's office.
How many interviews were scheduled?:
Who were the interviewers?:
Did you receive a tour?:
What was the most difficult question?:
What schools did you look at and not apply to and why? - not a typical question I was prepared for.
What was the most interesting question?:
-What was your undergrad GPA and GMAT score.
Interesting because I am not sure why an interviewer would care. I suppose it was a piece he is looking for in terms of fit.
Did you receive any feedback at the end?:
No - The interviewer was pretty short on feedback of any kind, even throughout the interview.
Any other questions you remember?:
-Why do you want an MBA?
-How to you plan to get involved, broadly, and what specific clubs are you interested in?
-Run through your work progression as is shown on your resume.
Did you feel prepared?:
How did you prepare?:
Reviewing this website, reviewing clearadmit.com, reviewing my resume, rereading my essays, formulating responses to what I thought would be the most likely questions.
What was your opinion of the Faculty?:
What was your opinion of the Alumni?:
Very professional, not very personable.
What was your opinion of the Students?:
What was your opinion of the Office Personnel?:
Confident to the point of being a bit snooty.
What was most impressive?:
The atmosphere was pretty fantastic.
What was least impressive?:
The main level of the building smelled like the cafeteria.
Did anything change your opinion of the school?:
Was there something you wish you had known ahead of time?:
Suggestions for travel to the school?:
Admissions gave me a pass to park in some university lots.
What other advice can you offer future intervewees?:
As I said above, be ready for anything.
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