Interviews

UM Ross to Use Team-Based Interviews in 2014 MBA Admissions

By - Mar 28, 08:53 AM   Comments [0]

It’s official: University of Michigan Ross School of Business will include some form of team-based interview component in the 2014 MBA admissions cycle. After traveling to China in January to pilot a supplemental group interview session between current students, alumni, and applicants, Ross MBA admissions...

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Does Inteview Prep Make You Phony?

By - Mar 21, 14:14 PM   Comments [0]

I was thrilled Thursday to be quoted in The Wall Street Journal’s “Frankly, Wharton Wants Candor,” which focused on Wharton’s Team Based Discussion (TBD) and Harvard’s interview reflections. I disagree, however, with disingenuous arguments in the article that applicants who seek to prepare beyond a...

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3 Ways to Stand Out in a Competitive B-School Applicant Pool

By - Mar 20, 09:40 AM   Comments [0]

Today I’m answering a question that’s extremely common in the world of business school applications. MBA hopeful William contacted me with this conundrum: “Hi Stacy, I believe that I’m a strong candidate for a top business school. The problem is that when I look around me, most...

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Cornell Johnson MBA Interview with David Schuette

By - Mar 18, 12:00 PM   Comments [0]

Here’s a talk with David Schuette, MBA candidate at Cornell Johnson. Thank you David for sharing your thoughts and experiences with us! This interview is the latest in an Accepted.com blog series featuring interviews with current MBA students, offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at top MBA...

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Cambridge Judge MBA Interview with Tejasvi Bhat

By - Mar 17, 08:00 AM   Comments [0]

Here’s a talk with Tejasvi Bhat, MBA candidate at Cambridge Judge who works in the health care industry. Thank you Tejasvi sharing your thoughts and experiences with us! This interview is the latest in an Accepted.com blog series featuring interviews with current MBA students, offering readers...

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Study Shows that WHEN You Interview Matters

By - Mar 15, 08:00 AM   Comments [1]

New Wharton research shows that interviewees need not only compete against the crowded field of candidates in general, but against those specific candidates who are interviewing on the same day as they are. The study measures the success of applicants who interviewed at the end of...

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Tepper MBA Student Interview: Chhaya’s Journey

By - Mar 14, 14:00 PM   Comments [0]

We decided to follow up with some of our past MBA blogger interviewees to see where their admissions journey brought them. Next in our series is Chhaya, author of the blog, “ccatcher’s mba chronicle” and first year student at CMU Tepper. The original interview with...

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The “Curse” of Being the Last to Interview

By - Feb 27, 05:06 AM   Comments [0]

You may think your MBA interview performance is based entirely on what transpires as you converse with your interviewer, but new research suggests otherwise. In fact, the score you receive may have more to do with who else was interviewed that day than the overall strength...

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Advice from Chicago Booth Interviewers

By - Feb 25, 15:01 PM   Comments [0]

Many blog posts offer interview tips from the admissions committee’s point of view, but a recent post from the Booth Insider blog at the Chicago Booth School of Business shares feedback straight from the Admissions Fellows who have or will soon conduct interviews with those...

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Get MBA Application Advice From the Trenches

By - Feb 11, 15:03 PM   Comments [0]

As one group of nervous MBA candidates becomes enrolled business school students, another group gets ready to apply. Why not learn from the successes, failures, and decisions of those who came before you? Here, you’ll find advice culled from past clients who reflected on their own...

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