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Debrief posted on  Apr 19 2019 [#permalink] Carey Hopkins, Full-Time
Skype Interviewed on: Apr 17 2019 Final Decision: Admitted

"Hi Guys, I interviewed with Michael Cuneo, he started out making it very comfortable, I honestly felt less nervous. So here goes: Why MBA, why now, why Carey. What value will you bring to the class. What other schools are you applying to and what is the commonality between them. Post MBA goals. Any questions for him. Scholarships / decisions / deposit / first year curriculum /Class diversity. Overall, I felt good about the experience. He said he enjoyed our conversation so hopefully it goes well. Hope this helps !"

Hal90 from Canada GMAT 690; WE: 72 months;
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Debrief posted on  Apr 19 2019 [#permalink] Carey Hopkins, Full-Time
Skype Interviewed on: Jan 09 2019 Final Decision: Admitted

"I interviewed in person on campus in Baltimore. The interview itself went for about 45-50 minutes and was overall very conversational. My interviewer had my resume and reviewed my essays prior meeting. The big topics were: - why Carey vs.another school - discuss what makes you uniquely qualified to attend and what value will you bring to the school and class (used a couple of examples from my resume to demonstrate this) - asked to go into detail about a couple of stories in my ‘Business with humanity in mind’ essay question - asked about a time I dealt with conflict at work and how I resolved it (this led into the next question) - how I handle criticism and approach problem solving - was asked ‘what do you wished I had asked?’ (This was a transition point in the conversation to specifics around admissions/timeline) - financial consideration specific to Carey - decision timelines and will I need an extension for other schools - housing recommendations and other personal considerations - closed out with a couple questions from the campus visit the day prior. Overall, the interview was very conversational and comfortable. The day prior I’d met with several students and facially that helped shape my questions on the program. My interviewer was very familiar with my situation and components of my application so we were able to have some substantive conversation bringing out the strong points in my application."

mtnhoplite WE: 120 months; Military & Defense
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