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Interview invitations [#permalink] New post 19 Jan 2005, 08:46
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Just a quick question on interviews at elite schools. Generally, what is the timing of the invitations. Are they generally sent a few weeks after application? On average, what percentage of acceptances are interviewed, what percentage of interviewees are accepted etc. Any statistics or general feeling would be great to know. I searched on this topic but could not ID much. Thanks
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Do you have a specific school in mind?
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I have applied to HBS, Wharton, Stern, Columbia and McCombs. I really was wondering in general what the percentages are and if the invites are all sent at similar times and info like that. Thanks Hjort!
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Re: Interview invitations [#permalink] New post 19 Jan 2005, 15:09
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Just a quick question on interviews at elite schools. Generally, what is the timing of the invitations. Are they generally sent a few weeks after application? On average, what percentage of acceptances are interviewed, what percentage of interviewees are accepted etc. Any statistics or general feeling would be great to know. I searched on this topic but could not ID much. Thanks


There is not general rule of thumb or meaningful average. Some schools interview almost anyone who wants to interview (kellogg) and others by invitation only. Also the percentage of interviewees accepted varies dramtically. You can find much of this information in the school profiles on BW Otherwise you need to go to the schoolls' websites. Also, check out the MBA admissions chat transcripts at Accepted.com. Finally, if you want to prepare and know what to expect during interviews, visit the MBA Interview Feedback Database, which has feedback organized by schools.

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