I liked the webinar. You can sense that Jon has plenty of experience guiding people through the admission process.
He started off by giving details on how to make the resume better, while the last attendants were coming online.
Then he interviewed a person, question by question. He would ask, wait for the answer, and then explain how the answer could be better, what things to keep in mind, what to prepare, etc.
Having a person interviewed it was better than just listening to suggestions. We could immediately see what he wanted to explain through the examples.
Jon is to the point, precise (no wonder why "precision essay
", hehe) and clear. That helps a lot to learn better.
He finished answering some questions. I think he was answering questions all the time. While he wouldn't read them out loud, he would say something about it and get your question answered. Anyways at the end he spent more time answering more questions. It was a pity we had only 1 hour though.
He also promised all the information in a presentation that I just got it in my email.
Overall, it was more that I expected and I'm really glad I could attend. I had to wake up early but not that much early, which was good. Sometimes some webinars are at my work time, making it impossible to attend.
Thanks Jon for the webinar, kudos to you, kudos to the interviewee (jeez, if an interview wasn't difficult already, think about being interviewed knowing that 100 guys are listening to your answers), and kudos to bb for making it possible through GMATClub. Really appreciate the effort.