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Calling W.P.Carey(Arizona State) Applicants:(2018 Intake)Class of 2020

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Macintosh1402 GMAT: 680, Q50, V31; GPA: 3.98; WE: 90 months; United States, TX; via Email
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New post 22 Dec 2017, 17:43
Received my invite recently. It was roughly a week between moving to committee and the invite. My ASU still showed I had outstanding items for my application, so the system probably does not have real time update. I am so excited because this one is my dream school. There was not many on campus interview spot left but there are still plenty Skype interview spot left, which indicates they probably have a few more invites to send out.

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hi,

Could someone highligth the interview questions type etc, pls?

Thank you in advance.

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I have been asked by a few people for tips on interview, here are some below :

- Make sure to practice with a friend before to see how well you answer, if you're talking too fast/slow, etc
- Try to relax, the interview is really more of a conversation with a 1st year student and an adcom! That makes the atmosphere less stressful :-)
- Be engaged in the discussion, take your time to formulate what you want to say and reply with a detailed answer rather than rush into one
- Have a few questions readily available for the end of the interview, show how you would be a good fit for the school/classmates
- Try to express your goals/ambition as clearly as possible and demonstrate why you want to attend

I also spoke to another admitted student, here is her advice :

- Be prepared for questions related to your work experience
- Know your strengths and weaknesses inside out
- Study for the case portion of the interview
- Won't be "generic questions" like why MBA why now etc
- Make sure yours answers are in line with your essays!
- All of the above should fits into your story regarding your MBA/goals, think about the big picture and what you want to say

I hope that helps and good luck for the interview :-)

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New post 14 Jan 2018, 21:19
CanadianNic wrote:
I have been asked by a few people for tips on interview, here are some below :

- Make sure to practice with a friend before to see how well you answer, if you're talking too fast/slow, etc
- Try to relax, the interview is really more of a conversation with a 1st year student and an adcom! That makes the atmosphere less stressful :-)
- Be engaged in the discussion, take your time to formulate what you want to say and reply with a detailed answer rather than rush into one
- Have a few questions readily available for the end of the interview, show how you would be a good fit for the school/classmates
- Try to express your goals/ambition as clearly as possible and demonstrate why you want to attend

I also spoke to another admitted student, here is her advice :

- Be prepared for questions related to your work experience
- Know your strengths and weaknesses inside out
- Study for the case portion of the interview
- Won't be "generic questions" like why MBA why now etc
- Make sure yours answers are in line with your essays!
- All of the above should fits into your story regarding your MBA/goals, think about the big picture and what you want to say

I hope that helps and good luck for the interview :-)



Hi Nic,

Are there any good online resources to prepare for the case questions? What would be a typical case question during the WP Carey interview?

Thanks!

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