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New post 18 Sep 2018, 13:23
Hey Everyone!

You can apply with a practice or real score. However, the real score must be submitted by Dec 15th. Hope that helps!

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New post 19 Sep 2018, 08:35
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essmith1993 Just make sure to email them letting them know if you haven't already and email them once you get your official score report!
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Hi otto59,

I am not planning on submitting 2 recommendations. I’m also thinking about applying round 2 as well.

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I am submitting 2 rec letters, one from a leadership program director, other from my boss. Does anyone know what the recommendation looks like? I am a little anxious sending to my boss as I don't want to make him too aware that I am planning on leaving in 2 years.

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New post 20 Sep 2018, 08:22
santigansc I believe the recommendation is a few short essay style questions. An actual letter will not be requested from your boss and program director.
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New post 20 Sep 2018, 08:31
blerser1112 Thanks for the advice, I've since sent an email. Good Luck with your application, update us on your acceptance when the news comes!
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New post 26 Sep 2018, 12:19
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Hi All,
I am currently doing MLT MBA Prep. If anyone has any questions about the program, I am happy to address them. Happy to set some time to chat. Good luck. This program def made a difference for me now that I am applying to schools.

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I am currently doing MLT MBA Prep. If anyone has any questions about the program, I am happy to address them. Happy to set some time to chat. Good luck. This program def made a difference for me now that I am applying to schools.

Joseph


Hi Joseph:

What are your stats? I see your MBA program picks to the side. I'm thinking your MBA goals are related to tech/product management/brand management, am I right? :)
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New post 30 Sep 2018, 10:29
Hi all,

Do you have to submit all your GMAT scores? I'm applying Rd 2 and have already taken the GMAT, but I'm taking it again after the deadline - if possible, I'd rather wait to see what I get the second time around before submitting any scores.
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I am currently in Health Tech looking to into health strategy in the West Coast. About my stats, what you see in my profile is what I have. I am open about those numbers, but GPA and GMAT are not the only factors that schools (and MLT) are looking for. :)

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josephum wrote:
Hi All,
I am currently doing MLT MBA Prep. If anyone has any questions about the program, I am happy to address them. Happy to set some time to chat. Good luck. This program def made a difference for me now that I am applying to schools.

Joseph


Hi Joseph:

What are your stats? I see your MBA program picks to the side. I'm thinking your MBA goals are related to tech/product management/brand management, am I right? :)
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Hello hello,

Submitted my MBA Prep Application on Sept 28 to meet the Round 2 deadline. Any insights on the interview questions?

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New post 07 Oct 2018, 21:09
Applied on 9/30. Anyone receive interview invites from round 2 so far?


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I applied in round 2 and just received my request for an interview. I am given 1 week to complete it.
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New post 08 Oct 2018, 16:53
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I applied in round 2 and just received my request for an interview. I am given 1 week to complete it.


That’s awesome congrats!! I just received my invitation as well. I applied Sep 30th and got my invitation this morning! It said I have until the 15th of October to do the interview.

Anyone else receive their interview invitations and want to share more about the interview experience?

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Update: Just received an invite today. I've been keeping in touch with a MLT alum who I was lucky to connect with online; I'll ask him about the interview experience and update you all when I hear back.

Also, I've seen a lot of MLT Prep interviews on Youtube. Dunno whether they're official or mock takes, but appear to be a good source for reference.

UPDATE: The interview consists of two parts - a video recording and an online interview. The video recording requires the applicant to answer 1 of 3 prompts: "What are you passionate about and why", "Favorite motto", and "What song is the soundtrack to your life". Might not be word for word accurate, but you get the idea. You won't have much time to answer the question; based on the Youtube videos the answers are 2-4 minutes long.

The second part is the online interview, which consists of behavioral questions that are asked by a recorded set of questions asked by the interviewer. Answers in STAR format are encouraged.

That's all I know. Keep in mind that this has been the interview structure the past few years, but who knows if it will be the same this year.


For those who haven't interviewed yet, please disregard!

Originally posted by mrosale2 on 08 Oct 2018, 17:15.
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Hi All -

For those with interviews, the main pointer I can give you is to be able to restate your short- and long-term goals. Make sure you use the STAR approach for the behavioral questions. Last year, there were a couple of them. Nothing crazy or outside of what you would expect in a job interview.

Other advice for the interview is just to make sure you are aware that there is a short time limit to think about the questions and then to answer them.

I would suggest practicing with a friend through facetime just to get comfortable with the format. Finally, do not stress. The answers will not be perfect but you know your story. This is your opportunity to tell them more about your story and your passion.

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Hi All,

Update: Received my interview invitation yest. I have until Oct 15 to respond. Good luck everyone!
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I submitted my Round 1 application on August 30 and received an invitation to interview a few days after. I completed my interview during the first week of September but I have yet to hear about next steps or a decision.

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New post 10 Oct 2018, 14:02
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I have applied for the Sept. 30th deadline and have to complete my interview by Oct. 15 like some of you.
I think the questions will reflect information we used for the short essay questions.
Why MBA?
Why MLT?
Short & Long-term goals?
etcc.

I am not a fan of video interviews, especially when you can't see a face on the other side.
Trying to think of ways to practice without looking emotionless like a serial killer on a Netflix documentary.

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Hi All -

For those with interviews, the main pointer I can give you is to be able to restate your short- and long-term goals. Make sure you use the STAR approach for the behavioral questions. Last year, there were a couple of them. Nothing crazy or outside of what you would expect in a job interview.

Other advice for the interview is just to make sure you are aware that there is a short time limit to think about the questions and then to answer them.

I would suggest practicing with a friend through facetime just to get comfortable with the format. Finally, do not stress. The answers will not be perfect but you know your story. This is your opportunity to tell them more about your story and your passion.

Good Luck,
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Josephum,

Thanks for your time. I've noticed that there are a lot of videos uploaded to Youtube that mimic/are actually applicants' MLT MBA prep video interviews. Here's a few links:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3hq9XTXWIg&t=4s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKOO1hI0oOc&t=37s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lGWbJG2bbY

If you click on any of the links, you'll notice that it looks like each applicants has his or her response memorized or is reading off a script.

- Were you given the questions before you could answer? I doubt one practice interview could give a candidate enough time to think out a whole, 2 minute answer. How much time did you have between practice and official recordings?

- What is the second part of the interview? Will you also be able to practice each of the questions on this part of the interview?

- What is the difference between the online interview and the video interview? From my research, it looks like they're the same, except for the video interview is only one question, whereas the online interview has multiple questions.

- Are there any official resources from MLT to prepare for the interviews? I haven't been able to find any information from MLT itself outside of the little information given from the interview invite.

- How did you prepare for the interviews? How did you feel you did?
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