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University of Michigan Ross MBA Admissions Interviews

Feb, 06, 2012


Interviews for the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business are not particularly hard. Based on my experience as well as the reports found at accepted.com and clearadmit.com, I can say that they are generally seem to be friendly, focused on fit, and require the applicant to discuss the basics. Please refer to my prior overall MBA admissions strategy interview [...]


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UC Berkeley Haas MBA Interviews

Jan, 30, 2012


My post on Haas MBA admissions essays can be found here.  Before reading this post on UC Berkeley Haas MBA’s admissions interviews, I suggest reviewing the former Director of Admissions for the Full-time MBA Program’s excellent Tips for Acing the Admissions Interview. I also suggest that you listen to the short podcast on interviewing found at http://www.haas.berkeley.edu/haas/podcast/audio/haas_mba_interview_tips1.mp3. The advice is [...]


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Dartmouth Tuck MBA Interviews

Jan, 16, 2012


My analysis of Tuck MBA admissions interviews has been significantly updated. My analysis of Tuck’s essays for the Class of 2014 can be found here. For overall suggestions on interview strategy, see here, here, and here.  The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth MBA interview is about fit, so make sure you can explain in great depth why you want [...]


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Wharton MBA Admissions Interview Strategy

Nov, 09, 2010


A NEW VERSION OF MY WHARTON INTERVIEW ANALYSIS WILL BE POSTED  WHEN THE PROCESS OF FALL 2012 ADMISSION IS FULLY CLEAR. THE CONTENT BELOW IS BASED ON FALL 2011 ADMISSION.   The post below simply collected information as it became released. Given Wharton’s horrible implementation of new behavioral interviews last year, it was updated as information [...]


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Steve Green on the GRE’S PPI

Mar, 07, 2010


Below, Steve Green discusses the PPI.  If you are taking GRE, this is a post worth reading.  -Adam Did you sign up for the GRE?  If so, then you have the option to register for the Personal Potential Index (PPI) Disclaimer:  For four of the past five years ETS has hired me to be a [...]


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University of Michigan Ross MBA Interviews

Mar, 06, 2010


This post is updated from last year. Interviews for the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business are not particularly hard. Based on my experience as well as the reports found at accepted.com and clearadmit.com, I can say that they are generally seem to be friendly, focused on fit, and require the applicant to discuss [...]


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Cornell Johnson MBA Interviews

Mar, 06, 2010


This post is updated from last year. Based on my own clients’ reports and those found at accepted.com and clearadmit.com, I think that there are five key things to consider when preparing for The Johnson School at Cornell University MBA interviews: 1. Interviewers use a standard list of questions according to a number of reports. [...]


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Stanford GSB MBA Interviews

Mar, 04, 2010


This post is updated from last year.  My analysis of the Stanford GSB essays for 2010/2011 can be found here. Stanford GSB MBA interviews, while so hard to get, are not necessarily that hard in any obvious way. This is interview about fit as determined by an alumni “gatekeeper.” Chances are good that this gatekeeper [...]


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Dartmouth Tuck MBA Interviews

Mar, 04, 2010


This post is slightly updated from the one I did last year as it now includes a list of typical questions that Tuck asks. My analysis of Tuck’s essays can be found here. Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth interview is about fit, so make sure you can explain in great depth why you want [...]


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HBS MBA Interviews

Mar, 04, 2010


You can find my essay analysis for Fall 2010 Admission here. This post has been updated and expanded from my previous post on this topic. HBS ADCOM HQ In my experience, applicants who succeed at HBS MBA interviews go to their interview with a sense of confidence based on having done careful preparation. My clients [...]


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