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Last week we shared our tips for preparing for Team Based Interviews. Today we’re going to move forward and offer 4 tips for acing the interview itself:
1. Don’t be confrontational. This is not a debate in which you’re trying to score points. It’s not Crossfire. It’s not a verbal battle. It’s a simulation of what you may encounter in a b-school classroom or group project, and so it’s that vibe and model that you’ll want to emulate. Interviewees should build on one another’s points, contributing to the conversation; they shouldn’t cut each other down with rude or judgmental remarks. Of course you’re allowed to disagree, and you should be persuasive and enthusiastic about your positions, but do so with respect and grace.

2. Think quality, not quantity. Participants are judged on the quality – and not the quantity – of their comments. You should add to the conversation, but certainly not dominate it. Refrain from speaking for the sake of being heard. Thoughtful and succinct comments are appreciated; chatter is not.

Don’t let this tip backfire on you! Qualitative comments are a must, so don’t hold back from speaking because you’re worried that your contributions won’t hit the mark. You need to find a balance – don’t blab on incessantly, but don’t be too shy to open your mouth either. You’re there to contribute; make sure you do!

3. Keep it real. While many of the topics or prompts given may lead you to a world of theoretical thought, you need to work to push through the theory to arrive at concrete points that are supported with evidence from your own firsthand experiences. Business schools are interested in students who have paid attention to their life stories and who are able to draw deep understanding and practical results from them.

4. Keep notes to a minimum. Just as a treatise of pre-interview notes will distract you from the interview action (as we mentioned in last week’s article), so will scribbling notes furiously during the interview. You definitely want to have a pen and clipboard or a tablet available if you need to quickly jot something down, but remember – this is a group discussion and you want to keep the flow of the conversation natural. Taking notes and then reading your monologue will certainly disrupt that flow.

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The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania will offer a Business Foundations Specialization series through Coursera, combining the school’s four-course Foundation Series with a Capstone Project that allows participants to apply their knowledge to real-world business problems.

The Business Foundations Specialization, taught by Wharton faculty, provides a Coursera Verified Certificate for participants who complete the Foundation Series courses – Accounting, Finance, Marketing and Operations Management – as well as the Capstone Project.

The Capstone Project allows participants to complete a project with industry partners to help solve a specific real-world problem. Wharton has initial partner agreements with Snapdeal and Shazam to provide Capstone project topics.

“The Business Foundations Specialization continues our outreach to students around the world, especially those who want to sample the power of Wharton knowledge,” says Geoff Garrett, Dean of the Wharton School. “We are especially excited about the unique industry partnerships we can offer through the Capstone Project, allowing participants a glimpse into the real challenges businesses face.”

Kunal Bahl, CEO and co-founder of Snapdeal.com, says his time as a Wharton student had a profound impact on his career path and outlook on life. When commenting on the new partnership through Coursera, Bahl says, “This is the power of applied knowledge and it gives me immense pleasure to now be in a position to co-create life-changing learning opportunities for a global pool of highly motivated learners in the domain of business foundations.”

Wharton will invite the top 50 performers each year to apply to one of the school’s graduate business programs, and waive the application fee. It will also offer up to five $20,000 scholarships to students admitted to its MBA program who have excelled in completion of the Specialization in the previous twelve months.

“A key component for us as an institution is the possibility to identify talent from a pool of participants who might not have considered business education before,” says Dean Garrett.

The Wharton Business Foundations Specialization begins this spring with An Introduction to Marketing on April 6, led by Professors Barbara Kahn, David Bell and Peter Fader.

All courses in a Specialization series must be taken through the Coursera Verified Certificate path to be considered completed.  The cost of the four courses and the Capstone Project with a Verified Certificate is $595.

Additional details regarding course format and curricula of the Wharton Business Foundation Specialization, and all other Wharton online opportunities, can be found at

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Does anybody have an idea how the observers report back to the Adcom and on what all criteria? How big a role this TBD and one-on-one interview plays in the whole process?


I'm not sure about the criteria but in terms of the role the TBD discussion plays, it's just another data point that's considered along with your GMAT, GPA, work experience, etc.
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any idea when the 2nd welcome weekend is to be held?
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any idea when the 2nd welcome weekend is to be held?


It looks like it's April 10-12
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That's what I saw too:

Spring Welcome Weekend

Note: Registration for Spring Welcome Weekend (April 10-12) will be available at the end of March. Please check back at that time.

http://mbawelcome.wharton.upenn.edu/wel ... me-events/

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ss1989 wrote:
any idea when the 2nd welcome weekend is to be held?


It looks like it's April 10-12
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Hi,

I want to share my application journey and hopefully, this would be useful to other applicants.
Background: Indian male, 26 years, Delhi University, work exp of ~5 yrs at top 3 management consulting firm, a few months of social sector experience in Africa
Results: Admitted to Wharton (with $40K), Kellogg & INSEAD. Withdrew application after interview from London Business School and Chicago Booth. Decline from HBS/Stanford
Decision: Joining INSEAD in Jan 2015 (yes, it was VERY, VERY difficult to decline Wharton but I believe INSEAD is a better fit for me)

Application strategy:
1. Highlighting differentiating factors among the competitive Indian male category: international work experience, social sector experience, non-IT background
2. Spent a solid time researching unique aspects of each school and relevance to my career goals
3. Focused on keeping my profile "interesting": e.g not just focusing on work exp, career goals but also some hobbies, travel experience etc.
4. Provided very specific examples to highlight my skills, not high-level/generic comments
5. My academics and undergrad were not super impressive (and not from IIT), so I made it up with decent GMAT score (760)

So yeah, after ~22 essays, 6 interviews, and some time since the madness is over (applied in Round 2 of last year), I'm here to help you out with any questions.
In addition, I'm also planning to hold a webinar to answer any specific queries. Please PM me if interested. If we have enough people, that may be a more effective "Ask me anything" format.

Note that I also posted this on the "Share your application journey" forum but thought of posting it here as well, since it's relevant for Wharton folks. Hope this is within the guideline of GMATClub (I'm pretty new here)

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Thnaks abhishek for your inputs. Can you please elaborate on ". Highlighting differentiating factors among the competitive Indian male category:"?
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I am a Round 3 Wharton applicant . Tried hard to make it in round 2 but could not because of several factors. The problem is - I am interested in the Joint Lauder program and Wharton does not accept applications for this program in Round 3. Should I request adcom to consider my application for Lauder in Round 3? Did anyone in the forum had similar experience ?
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FROM Wharton Admissions Blog: Showcasing the Team Dynamic
On February 11th we will be sending out invitations for Round 2 Team-Based Discussions. In the past, I’ve highlighted the logistical aspects of the TBD and we’ve shared a student’s personal experience. I know that many of you still have questions about…Read More

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FROM Wharton Admissions Blog: #WhartonDoesPC: Wharton’s awesome takeover of Park City, Utah
Wondering what Wharton students do to escape the cold February weather in Philadelphia? They go skiing in Park City, Utah, of course! With record high temperatures in the 50’s, Park City hosted over 1000 Whartonites for a sunny ski weekend…Read More

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Hi guys. As a reference point for those on the waitlist (today and in future application rounds) I thought I'd share my waitlist strategy:

Hope it helps, and congrats to those already admitted to the Class of 2017!

FROM TopDogMBA - A Reapplicant's Tail: Please please me – how I’m handling the Wharton waitlist
I’ve thought a long time about whether to post this since it puts me way out there, but I tried real hard to think how a Wharton student would deal with it. My conclusion is that the collaborative Wharton spirit would prevail and they’d share their insight with others in the same situation so here goes…

As you probably know, I got waitlisted by Wharton in R1 and, despite getting admitted by the two other schools I applied to, Wharton remains my top choice. Being on the waitlist is a strange existence though, where you know you came within a hair’s breadth of being admitted yet didn’t quite make the cut.

Admissionado estimates your odds of being admitted from the waitlist (at any school) at somewhere between 15% and 30%. (See this presentation for some waitlist strategy advice from Jon Frank. I also found recent articles from Clear Admit and Veritas Prep very helpful.) Those aren’t great odds. It can also be a very long process so you’ll have to be prepared to deal with it mentally for a few months, but you definitely still have a shot!

Now, all the admissions strategy books and consultants articles I read had one common theme: obey the rules! That sounds simple enough, right? The trouble is that Wharton specifically says they’re “unable to accept additional materials” from waitlisted candidates. So, how do you improve your odds if you aren’t technically allowed to send Admissions anything?

I asked this question to a lot of current students (who got in off the waitlist or knew people who had) as well as my consultants of course. The consistent response was that to get admitted from the waitlist you have to stay in contact with Admissions and, while they don’t take additional materials, an update email doesn’t really count ;)

Slowly my waitlist plan came together. It’s dead simple actually.

Step 1: Reply to the email sent by the waitlist coordinator. This is a no-brainer to say thank you, that the result brought mixed feelings but ultimately I’m dead excited to still be considered for a place at Wharton which is my number one choice.

Step 2: Chill the heck out for the next 1-2 months while working on Step 3. A common mistake is to bombard Admissions – patience is the key here.

Step 3: Send an update email with recent “big wins” closer to the next admissions milestone, which in my case was the date R1 deposits were due (on the assumption that some places might become available around that date).

‘Big wins’ might constitute recent and significant professional developments and/or involvement in social projects or charities and subsequent results. If you don’t have any obvious big wins (and they have to be big to make it relevant to sending an update) then think about what was potentially weak about your application and how you could fix it. I considered retaking the GMAT, doing a relevant quant course, and even doing a Wharton MOOC.

The crafting of this email has to be perfect: 2-3 paragraphs which are deftly dropped into a ‘thank you for remembering me’ message to Admissions.

Step 4: Ask Wharton students or alums who knew me well to write a strong endorsement for me. As a rule of thumb, the best alums to write for you are those who have big names and/or have given money. Those aren’t easy to find, so any alum will do; but the bigger the title and/or the company brand they’re associated with, the better.

And there it is! Not rocket science when you think about it, so please don’t be afraid to stay in touch with the school you’re waitlisted at if it remains your top choice and they have a zero additional materials policy like Wharton. I read so many posts and comments from people who literally interpreted Wharton’s instructions and didn’t even send them a thank you note for being included on the waitlist. That just seems like a big lost opportunity to me!

Like I said at the beginning of this post sharing this puts me way out there and chances are that I’ll still not get an offer, but I totally think that my waitlist plan will help me or, in the worst case, not do me any harm.

Finally, I’d just like to thank all the students, alums and fellow applicants who’ve given me support during the waitlist process. Will keep y’all posted!
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Hi guys. As a reference point for those on the waitlist (today and in future application rounds) I thought I'd share my waitlist strategy:

http://topdogmba.com/2015/03/15/please-please-me-how-im-handling-the-wharton-waitlist/

Hope it helps, and congrats to those already admitted to the Class of 2017!



Hi TopDogMBA,

I always enjoy reading your posts! Hope you get off waitlist soon!
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I am a Round 3 Wharton applicant . Tried hard to make it in round 2 but could not because of several factors. The problem is - I am interested in the Joint Lauder program and Wharton does not accept applications for this program in Round 3. Should I request adcom to consider my application for Lauder in Round 3? Did anyone in the forum had similar experience ?


You should check Lauder website to see if it is them who don't accept R3 applicants. Wharton and Lauder have separate applications so I doubt Wharton can do anything about it.
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khyatipatel wrote:
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I am a Round 3 Wharton applicant . Tried hard to make it in round 2 but could not because of several factors. The problem is - I am interested in the Joint Lauder program and Wharton does not accept applications for this program in Round 3. Should I request adcom to consider my application for Lauder in Round 3? Did anyone in the forum had similar experience ?


You should check Lauder website to see if it is them who don't accept R3 applicants. Wharton and Lauder have separate applications so I doubt Wharton can do anything about it.


I would call the admissions office, and they can direct you to the right person to speak with either in admissions or with the Lauder program. My guess is that the reason they don't consider Lauder applicants in round 3 has more to do with logistics than anything else. Lauder students do an 8 week study abroad before the MBA program starts (i.e. they start their program in early June). The admission decision for R3 applicants is released in early May. I just don't see how you could finish the enrollment process, including background check (which usually takes 2-3 weeks in itself) and be ready to start the study abroad portion all in just a few weeks time.

Even if you can't do the Lauder program, you may still want to consider applying for the full time MBA program in R3. Wharton has a lot of amazing study abroad opportunities, opportunities to consult or work for businesses abroad, and internationally focused classes and clubs that are independent of the Lauder program. In other words, you can still gain a lot of the same experience without doing the Lauder program. It just depends on what you want to get out of your experience. It may also be worth speaking with a current student who is doing the joint degree and asking him/her what you'd be missing out on if you just did the MBA vs. the joint program. For example, I'm focusing on finance at Wharton, but am also interested in learning more about the healthcare industry. Even though I'm not going to be a health care management major, I'll still have access to all of the same classes, clubs and resources that the HCM students has access to.
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I am a Round 3 Wharton applicant . Tried hard to make it in round 2 but could not because of several factors. The problem is - I am interested in the Joint Lauder program and Wharton does not accept applications for this program in Round 3. Should I request adcom to consider my application for Lauder in Round 3? Did anyone in the forum had similar experience ?


You should check Lauder website to see if it is them who don't accept R3 applicants. Wharton and Lauder have separate applications so I doubt Wharton can do anything about it.


I would call the admissions office, and they can direct you to the right person to speak with either in admissions or with the Lauder program. My guess is that the reason they don't consider Lauder applicants in round 3 has more to do with logistics than anything else. Lauder students do an 8 week study abroad before the MBA program starts (i.e. they start their program in early June). The admission decision for R3 applicants is released in early May. I just don't see how you could finish the enrollment process, including background check (which usually takes 2-3 weeks in itself) and be ready to start the study abroad portion all in just a few weeks time.

Even if you can't do the Lauder program, you may still want to consider applying for the full time MBA program in R3. Wharton has a lot of amazing study abroad opportunities, opportunities to consult or work for businesses abroad, and internationally focused classes and clubs that are independent of the Lauder program. In other words, you can still gain a lot of the same experience without doing the Lauder program. It just depends on what you want to get out of your experience. It may also be worth speaking with a current student who is doing the joint degree and asking him/her what you'd be missing out on if you just did the MBA vs. the joint program. For example, I'm focusing on finance at Wharton, but am also interested in learning more about the healthcare industry. Even though I'm not going to be a health care management major, I'll still have access to all of the same classes, clubs and resources that the HCM students has access to.


I think the Lauder program starts on May 4. Lauder doesn't accept Round 3 applicants because Wharton's R3 decisions/background check/etc. can't be done by the start of the program. Sorry.
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Wow! Thanks a lot!!

Here's hoping for good things to happen to you at Wharton too. I remember getting the Stanford/HBS double ding - good things can still happen! :-D

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I always enjoy reading your posts! Hope you get off waitlist soon!

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One week to go! This wait is killing...
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Waiting :| :| :| :| :( :( :( :(

Does anybody know when will they start calling? For people having time difference, what if someone misses their call?
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Waiting :| :| :| :| :( :( :( :(

Does anybody know when will they start calling? For people having time difference, what if someone misses their call?


Looks like calls for R1 started around 9am ET on the day. If you miss the call, I believe they send out all decisions something like midday? Maybe noon ET?

You miss the call and notice, you call back. You miss the call and don't notice, you find out when all decisions are made known.

EDIT: R1 Calls started around page 27 of this thread. It appears I was wrong about midday decisions. It looks like all applicant pages were updated later in the day, say, after 4pm ET.
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Thanks for the info. Test message.

Edit: When I set my time zone to EST in GMAT club website, it shows the time of this post as one hour late. Going by this fact, it seems that the decision letters were available to applicants as early as 1300 hours on the decision day. Sooner the better...
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