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New post Updated on: 13 Oct 2018, 08:16
Morning Everyone!

Good luck to all who are taking the interview!

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Originally posted by yawloco on 12 Oct 2018, 05:51.
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New post 12 Oct 2018, 11:28
GOODLUCK to all! I applied Round 2 and have the digital interview due 10/15.


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New post 13 Oct 2018, 08:18
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Finally took the interview! Was not that bad for those who are nervous (6 Verbal questions asked and 4 Written questions). Please PM me if you have taken yours so we can share our experiences and how it went for you!
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New post 13 Oct 2018, 17:05
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josephum wrote:
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?



Hi there,
The application in prior years required a video essay which is probably what you see on YouTube. Last year when I applied, they replaced the video essay with the online interview. About the questions during the video interview, I believe you get 30 seconds to think about the answer and then you have to record your answer.

I don’t remember finding any official mlt material. You should make sure you prepare examples on how you impacted groups, your work and community.

To prepare, I def review my essays to make sure I keep a consistent message between the interview and the application. I practiced using FaceTime with a friend to get used to the recording format. Def stick to the STAR approach for behavioral questions.

Good luck.

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New post 14 Oct 2018, 11:00
Finished the digital interview last week. So excited! :D
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New post 14 Oct 2018, 15:05
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Finished the digital interview last week. So excited! :D
how long was the interview?


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The interview took about 45 minutes for me. Got several questions; half video responses, the rest written responses. Know your MBA story inside and out and you should be fine.
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I was just informed that I'm on the waitlist. As mentioned earlier, I applied Round 1.
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Same here. Just received an email that I am on the waitlist. Good luck to everyone!
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Just received an email saying that I am a strong candidate but need to submit an official GMAT score before they can make a decision.
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I received an email today stating that I’m a strong candidate and that i’ll need to submit an official score before they can render a final decision. I applied Round 1.

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New post 18 Oct 2018, 18:18
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josephum wrote:
mrosale2 wrote:
josephum wrote:
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,
J


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?



Hi there,
The application in prior years required a video essay which is probably what you see on YouTube. Last year when I applied, they replaced the video essay with the online interview. About the questions during the video interview, I believe you get 30 seconds to think about the answer and then you have to record your answer.

I don’t remember finding any official mlt material. You should make sure you prepare examples on how you impacted groups, your work and community.

To prepare, I def review my essays to make sure I keep a consistent message between the interview and the application. I practiced using FaceTime with a friend to get used to the recording format. Def stick to the STAR approach for behavioral questions.

Good luck.

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Thank you!

Interviewed last week. For those interviewing round 3, this is the best advice you will find.
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New post 19 Oct 2018, 13:54
Hi everyone! I also received an email that I have been waitlisted. For those that received the email asking for an official GMAT score, is that different than being waitlisted? Good luck to everyone!!! I applied round 1.
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Has anyone here actually received acceptance?
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Hi everyone! I also received an email that I have been waitlisted. For those that received the email asking for an official GMAT score, is that different than being waitlisted? Good luck to everyone!!! I applied round 1.


I think it depends. If you have a good/great GMAT/GRE score, then you may most likely get an acceptance. If you don't pass their threshold, then you mostly likely won't. I also think that getting a great GMAT/GRE score may put you on a waitlist if there are too many talented candidates to pick from in this cohort, but this is my own opinion.
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New post 04 Nov 2018, 16:13
Anyone hear back from Round 1 or Round 2?
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Round 1 decisions have gone out already (waitlist, submit test, or denied). I anticipate that Round 2 will be released in the next 10 days since the admissions team said 4-6 weeks for a decision.

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New post 11 Nov 2018, 19:34
Anyone hear back on Round 2 decisions?
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New post 14 Nov 2018, 05:01
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Anyone hear back on Round 2 decisions?


If MLT follows the same cadence as Round 1, we should hear responses in roughly 2 weeks (right before December).
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