Behavioral MBA Interview Questions: Don’t Get Caught Off Guard!

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The days of exclusively traditional MBA interview questions have passed. While you can expect the occasional softball question, like “Walk me through your resume” or “Tell me about your leadership experiences,” you are also likely to be asked behavioral questions, which are much more directed and focused. They begin along the lines of “Tell me about a time when…”

Behavioral interview questions demand a different kind of interview prep. They require you to learn to think quickly about your experiences and the ways in which you handled situations and analyze them. At the same time, you need to be ready for the more traditional type of question.

During MBA Interviews: Preparing for Behavioral and General Questions, you will learn how to get ready for both types of questions.

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