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Just 10 days left for final results. How is everyone holding up? See live decision updates on Decision Tracker https://gmatclub.com/forum/haas-195/app-tracker.html

Interviewed applicants mind sharing their interview experiences?



Just got my interview invitation, just when i thought it's a longshot for the invite...

can anybody help me what to prepare, I have been learning a lot about haas 4 defining principles and choose my story that relates to it... Thank you and wish me luck



In my case I did not get any fit questions (about 4 principles, clubs, extracurricular activities etc) contrary to my expectations based on all reports I've seen.
Interviewer seemed polite, yet quite distant and somewhat cold. Not sure if he tried to act professionally and without showing his reaction. We talked a lot about professional aspect and nothing about fit.
Maybe adcom just did not ask to check those fit questions, because answers were obvious from my application, or my interviewer just decided right away that I do not fit Haas and decided not to waste time on fit questions.

Anyway, alum interviews tend to be widespread in terms of quality and reliability from adcom perspective (this is true for all alum interviews in other schools). Every person is different and alums aren't really well prepared for interviews comparing to professional interviewers from adcom. Generally, Haas interviews tend to be the most relaxing and conversational, and with some outliers as my interview.

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My app has JUST changed from "ready to review" to "under review". (Honestly it could've been over the weekend, I had stopped looking assuming a ding.) Do I dare still hold out hope for an interview? LatAm candidate living in SF.

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My app has JUST changed from "ready to review" to "under review". (Honestly it could've been over the weekend, I had stopped looking assuming a ding.) Do I dare still hold out hope for an interview? LatAm candidate living in SF.


I do not want to give you false hope, but LatAm candidates in the last several days reported several interview invites (livewire). I saw no such invites before that time. Also someone speculate that adcom works by regions and that possibly means it is time for LatAm. I wish you invite in the next few days.

Again, it is all speculative, so you'd better have real plan B. Do not worry about things that are not under your control. It will save you a lot of nerves. Plan and execute controllable (by YOU) things.

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can anybody help me what to prepare, I have been learning a lot about haas 4 defining principles and choose my story that relates to it... Thank you and wish me luck



Congrats! Here's my post from earlier: "I wasn't asked about the core values but it seemed that many people were asked about which core value most resonated with them. Everything else is about getting to know you: why MBA, why Haas, why you are in the field you are in right now, what you want to do after MBA, etc... Haas is really into teamwork and collaboration so it might be a good idea to show that you're a great team player through your examples and that you genuinely enjoy helping people. "

I wasn't asked any behavioral questions, but a few folks I spoke to stated that they were. So it may be a good idea to have 3-4 stories in your head just in case. Besides that, make sure you have a good why Haas answer and why you would be a good fit. As I mentioned above, Haas is really into teamwork so emphasize how much you love working in the teams but in a way that would correspond with their core values. For example, you led a project and you encouraged everyone's feedback because as a team you can achieve better results ( confidence without attitude).. something along these lines. This is my opinion based on my personal experience and some research, please feel free to ignore it :)

Good luck and remember that they have already noticed something in you that they liked so just build on your strengths and be yourself! You can do it!

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I just finished my skype interview. I felt it was very conversational, and my interviewer actively tried to make me feel welcome. I was asked standard why MBA, why Haas and goals questions followed by a few behavioral questions. I know chances are slim for Indians, but I love Haas just for how welcoming the school feels.

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I just finished my skype interview. I felt it was very conversational, and my interviewer actively tried to make me feel welcome. I was asked standard why MBA, why Haas and goals questions followed by a few behavioral questions. I know chances are slim for Indians, but I love Haas just for how welcoming the school feels.

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You are very welcome! :) Good luck to everyone, 8 days left!

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I just finished my skype interview. I felt it was very conversational, and my interviewer actively tried to make me feel welcome. I was asked standard why MBA, why Haas and goals questions followed by a few behavioral questions. I know chances are slim for Indians, but I love Haas just for how welcoming the school feels.

Thanks Lily1111 for all the inputs.



You are very welcome! :) Good luck to everyone, 8 days left!


And it actually looks like they start calling Monday based on past year/round trends! So we don't have that many days left to go

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How much do the members of the Berkeley MBA for Executives class of 2016 believe in the power of going Beyond Yourself? Enough to provide an EMBA fellowship to help “future alumni” participate in the program. 

“From the beginning, our class lived by the motto, ‘leave no one behind,’” according to Liz Lowry, vice president of Business Development at INgrooves Music Group and the class VP for Alumni Relations. “We support one another through everything from missed class sessions to marriages, deaths, and births,” she notes. 

“When it came time to discuss our class gift, we solicited our classmates for thoughts on ways we could Question the Status Quo and leave a lasting legacy as Berkeley Leaders,” says Liz (pictured above at the fellowship campaign kickoff). “We decided on a needs-based fellowship, with a goal of ensuring no future EMBA would be left behind because of financial need.” 

The amount of the fellowship had to be “meaningful enough to make a difference in someone’s decision-making process about enrolling,” Liz recalls. “We also wanted it to endure over time. The committee overseeing the class gift asked each student to donate $1,000. The response was overwhelming. The class raised $73,452, directly and through employer matching gifts, to provide a $25,000 Beyond Yourself Fellowship. The amount raised, Liz says, is further testament to just how much she and her classmates value each other and their Berkeley-Haas experience. 

The first applicants will be from the incoming class of 2018. Members of the EMBA 2016 class will review the applicants’ personal statements, however the final recipient will be chosen by the Financial Aid and Admissions offices. “My classmates and I may never know who receives our fellowship,” Liz adds. “The recipients may not want to reveal themselves, and that is absolutely fine with my classmates and me. This isn’t about drawing attention to the EMBA 16 class. The goal of the fellowship is to ensure another EMBA student can share the incredible camaraderie and Berkeley-Haas education that we all cherish.” 

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I visited haas on march 1st and boy i didn't expect it to be that good. Class visit, campus and reaction from students was brilliant.Its surely on my radar now for upcoming admission season
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My app changed from "Interview and Review" to "Application Under Review". I'm guessing this is a ding? Or does this just mean they made the decision about my app?

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My app changed from "Interview and Review" to "Application Under Review". I'm guessing this is a ding? Or does this just mean they made the decision about my app?


No I think it means your interviewer has submitted the report and the adcoms are reviewing it.


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My app changed from "Interview and Review" to "Application Under Review". I'm guessing this is a ding? Or does this just mean they made the decision about my app?


No I think it means your interviewer has submitted the report and the adcoms are reviewing it.


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My interviewer said she submitted the report right after our interview though, which was over a month ago. Weird. I've seen past instances where people both got admitted and denied when their status changed >_<

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My interview was 3 weeks ago, and my status still reads "Interview and Review" so no idea what the status changes mean.

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FROM Haas Admissions Blog: The MBA and Meaningful Work: Meet Jim Trenkle of Gilead Sciences
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As a successful bench research scientist for pharmaceutical developer Gilead Sciences, Jim Trenkle, MBA 16, found himself wondering about what came next in the life cycle from bench to bedside.

His team had been involved in the most successful pharmaceutical launch of all time: the Hepatitus C drug Harvoni earned revenues of $14 billion in its first year of sale.

But Jim became increasingly curious about later stages of the supply chain: How is a drug introduced into the marketplace? What is its long-term impact downstream? How will it benefit mankind?

Exploring outside the boundaries of his job title 
In a new role as senior manager of the Liver Disease Project, Jim moved from working on a single drug to managing the entire Hepatitis C and liver fibrosis portfolios. And still he wondered what lay beyond the parameters of his specific job title.

“I was interested in in thinking more deeply about business problems,” he remembers, “but pharma is not renowned for people development.” So he began considering an MBA as a path to more meaningful work.

(Wondering about your possible path to more meaningful work? Click here to get our five steps to making your next career move.) While Gilead offered its own internal MBA course, Jim again challenged the culture’s thinking and applied to the evening weekend MBA program that excited him most: the one at Berkeley Haas. “People had also told me that portfolio management was an administrative role and wouldn’t be right for me,” he says, “but it didn’t hold me back. I was there for reasons of my own.”

 
Making the shift from science to business thinking
Once he joined the Evening & Weekend Berkeley MBA Program, he found the kind of practice and exposure to new disciplines he’d been seeking. As he learned basic business competence and financial modeling skills, the leap from science to business thinking came naturally. “I found ways to connect the work I was doing at Gilead with my coursework,” he says. “For my game theory course, I wrote a paper on pharmaceutical pricing. I looked for opportunities to marry the two in a synergistic way.”

During his three years in the EWMBA program, Jim made two more moves within Gilead – first to associate director of the Liver Disease Project and Portfolio Management and more recently to associate director of Commercial Planning for Liver Disease. His new degree prepared him to take on increased responsibilities for analyzing, forecasting, and decision-making. “Building on my basic science background, my new skills allow me to tie that into a financial model and put some hard numbers next to what a project could be worth,” he says.

The deeper satisfaction of a broader perspective
 With each internal move he’s made, Jim has found deeper satisfaction in the broader perspective he’s achieved on pharmaceutical development, from the raw science to its impact on patients, their families, and doctors. He credits his own iterative process with helping to determine what “more meaningful work” looks like, reflecting on his own values and motivations.

But his trajectory is far from over. “I don’t know where this journey’s taking me,” Jim says, “but I have an internal compass. As long as I’m aligned with my central purpose, each step is important. I own my individual story.”

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Good luck to everyone this week! If previous rounds are any indications, calls should start to go out today, and continue through Thursday morning.

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My app just went from interview and review or app under review. Guess this is the end of the road and this years application for me. All the best to everyone.


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Just had a status change from "Interview and Review" to "Application under review"... is that a ding?

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Same here. Where are you from? It could be a ding. I had the same this morning.


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