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Debrief posted on  May 11 2022 [#permalink] Ivey Business School, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: May 02 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"Interview Date-2/5/22 Admit offer- 11/5/22 Duration of interview- 61mins 1.Tell me about yourself 2. Why MBA , WHY now , WHY IVEY 3. CFT team example 4. Failure & its learning 5.Motivation behind Personal & Professional paths 6.Quality that people misjudge about you 7.Examples of work ethics/performance under pressure 8.Decision making on limited Data 9.Challenges in my professional life - follow up questions 10.What is leadership according to you 11.questions for me (I asked 5 questions)"

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Debrief posted on  Apr 22 2022 [#permalink] Queen's, Full Time MBA January Intake
Online Interviewed on: Apr 21 2022 Final Decision: Interviewed

"The questions were mainly basic Why smith? Why mba? Tell me something about yourself? Something you do for fun? Some behavioural questions: Have you convinced someone to do things your way? The interview was very conversational, but the interview only lasted for 25 min. So i have mixed feeling. My tips would be that you have done everything be structured in your thinking and be clear about the stories. Most importantly don't be nervous, which i was."

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Debrief posted on  Apr 26 2022 [#permalink] Kellogg, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Apr 19 2022 Final Decision: Interviewed

"My interview went with a current 2Y student at Kellogg. The whole process last for 30mins. (Official interview can not be connected and he sent me a link via email) 1. Walk through my resume. 2. Introduction 3. Leadership experience 4. Sucessful achievement 5. Any failure 6. Short term goals 7. Why kellogg At the end, he mentioned that my background and career goal (Real estate industry) is different from most people who apply for Kellogg. Since I finished this interview after a week, should be some minor conversation forgot."

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Debrief posted on  May 01 2022 [#permalink] Ivey Business School, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Apr 18 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"Application submitted: 8th April 2022 Interviewed on: 18th April 2022 Accepted on: 27th April 2022 My interview lasted 60 minutes and mainly consisted of questions from the debriefs posted here. It was extremely conversational. I did not follow very rigid structures (like STAR or CAR) and wasn't perfect while answering behavioural questions, but I still got in! So it's super important to be honest about who you are and not try to hide your weaknesses. These are some of the questions I was asked: 1. Tell me something about yourself/tell me your story. 2. Tell me about a project you worked on with a team. Follow-up questions here on the challenges I faced during this project. 3. Why MBA? 3. Why Ivey? 4. Tell me about a setback you faced. Follow-up questions on what happened after the setback and how I handled it. 5. Question on handling conflict in a team. Again a follow-up question on what's happening now? What is the team dynamic like in the present. 6. What is one thing/quality that people misunderstand about you? 7. What are your strengths and weaknesses from the POV of a supervisor. 8. Tell me about a time you had to make a decision without having access to complete information. How did you later adapt as you had more data? 9. Do you have any questions for me. Biggest advice: Be yourself, and try to build a connection with the interviewer. Good luck!"

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Debrief posted on  Apr 20 2022 [#permalink] INSEAD, January Intake Class of
Online Interviewed on: Apr 18 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"My first interview took place online via zoom with a 2014 graduate from Singapore and my second interview was in person with a 2005 graduate from India. When I first emailed them to schedule my interview, both of them were punctual and we were able to set up the interviews within a week. My first interviewer is a talent developer and a business consultant. Prior to the interview, she asked me to send her my resume. She started the interview asking if I was nervous and that it is very natural to be a little anxious. But her way of talking made me very much at ease and I had an amazing 1.15 hours chat (she always used the word "chat" instead of interview in all the emails :)). A few of the questions that she asked me were: Why do you want to do an MBA and why do you think now is the right time for you. Why do you think INSEAD will help you in achieving your ST goals? What other colleges have you applied? As I worked in a multi national company, she was interested to know about the cultural differences I experienced working with colleagues from different regions. What was the biggest failure I had and how did I overcome? As I have already completed my master's research program, she wanted to know why I did not go for a PhD program? I also got the opportunities to ask her questions regarding life at INSEAD. My second interview was in person with the COO of an AI solution provider. Needless to say, I was pretty nervous but once again it was a very pleasant 1.20 hrs conversation. Prior to my interview he asked for my resume and my application. The interview started with the following question: Tell me your backstory- where you are from, your school education, graduation, work experience- and why do you want to do an MBA now. He was a very keen listener and I felt that he absorbed every statement I made. As I am from an R&D, he wanted to know more about my career path and career decision and the switch that I am about to make. We also had a whole conversation on e-mobility (my specialization: automotive engineer in e-mobility market) and the future of India. He was very keen to know what were my takes on electric vehicles. All in all, he wanted to know how an MBA is going to fit in my life. I also got the opportunity to ask him about his life at INSEAD and how an MBA changed his career path. Both my interviewers were very relaxed, calm and patient. It was more kind of a conversation over a cup of coffee, than a typical MBA interview. Those of you who are yet to be interviewed, a few points I would like to mention (based purely on my experience): 1. Be very clear about why you are choosing an MBA now over anything else. If you are not very confident in answering this question, interviewers may try to dig up more to connect the dots. 2. Be very clear about your expectations from an MBA and INSEAD. The main idea of the interview is to see how well you can fit in the cohort and how real you are. 3. Do not try to oversell yourself. Don't hesitate to share your failure stories. Nobody is perfect and they know it well. 4. Use the interview session as an opportunity to know more about INSEAD from someone who has already lived that life. Ask questions that you could not find in the website or brochure. They would be more than happy to clear all your queries. For now, I am keeping my fingers crossed. I hope to hear good news. Good luck to all of you who have been selected for the interview. It is a huge achievement in itself!"

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Debrief posted on  Apr 12 2022 [#permalink] NUS Singapore, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Apr 12 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"It is an evening interview session with two interviewers: the head of marketing & admission & alumni of NUS MBA class of 21. The interview lasted for 30 mins and started the following questions: 1) Tell me about yourself and your career background, and why MBA? 2) Why consulting? 3) Elaborate more on positive impacts of integrating technology into conventional businesses that you have experienced. 4) How do you see Elon Musk as a leader? Describe both his strength and his weakness. 5) How do you describe yourself as a leader and what is your weakness? 6) Explain why are you showing interest about joining the Sandbox Club of NUS MBA? 7) If you were to given a chance to speak at the Sandbox Club, what topic would you speak and can you please give me an example? 8) Since you are working in Singapore, why don't you consider a Part-Time programme?"

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Debrief posted on  Apr 04 2022 [#permalink] Marshall, MBA.PM
Online Interviewed on: Apr 04 2022 Final Decision: Interviewed

"Interviewed with Rachel Woolslayer. 1. Walk me through your resume 2. Why MBA? 3. Why Marshall? 4. Leadership qualities you currently possess 5. Greatest accomplishment 6. One misconception about you 7. What are your interests outside of work 8. Do you have any questions for me"

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Debrief posted on  Mar 29 2022 [#permalink] INSEAD, January Intake Class of
Online Interviewed on: Mar 24 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"My first interview took place online via Teams. I emailed the alumni & took him a few days to answer, but when he did he was really dedicated & flexible with the availability, he cared to fix my time, even worrying about hour time difference so it would not be too early or late for me. He rescheduled the day before to 30' earlier in the timeframe I had provided because he got another meeting just after it, but being in Consulting I believe he was extremely flexible with me. He is an alumnus from 8 years ago who went into Tier 1 management consulting after the MBA (same goal), he said at the beginning of the interview that he had been some years without giving interviews so we agreed on the structure (the standard one). I did not get the typical questions asked directly but was more a conversational interview where he asked those questions within the context of the talk, I think he is really good at interviewing and was able to make the interview a pleasant time. He said he had read three times my essays and was quite interested in them, that had enjoyed reading them and was high level, indeed he asked specific questions about what I mentioned in my essays and challenged me a lot on the main points (why an MBA now if you have a dream job; MBB is hard to get, location wise might be impossible to get a visa, what how will you react, etc, attacked my weakness to undermine my success opportunities; challenged my essay's achievement & asked for a true big failure, etc There were a lot of discussions, we ended up over-extending for 20' (so 80' total), but it was quite fun and relaxed, despite all the challenges, the conversation was always animated and interesting. I had also time to ask him questions about his time at INSEAD, his work, etc"

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Debrief posted on  Mar 24 2022 [#permalink] Johnson (Cornell), Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Mar 24 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"Interviewed with Vanessa (AdCom). My interview started with the Vanessa introducing herself, gave me the ground rules and informed me of the timing of the interview and we had a bit of ice-breaker conversation about the weather etc. The interview had pretty standard questions and went on for about 35 mins. 1. Walk me through your resume 2. Why MBA 3. Short term Goal 4. Long term goal 5. Why Cornell 6. How do you contribute to Cornell 7. What will you require from Cornell in terms of recruitment 8. Leadership style 9. What else do you want me to bring to the AdCom / let them know abt me Gave me 5 minutes at the end to ask questions"

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Debrief posted on  Mar 23 2022 [#permalink] Sloan MIT, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Mar 23 2022 Final Decision: Denied with Interview

"Interviewed this morning. Largely the same questions as folks have listed here. Based on the feedback here, I tried to be as detailed as possible, but ended up being asked to speak more generally, which was surprising to me. So, I suppose maybe a balance between the two to allow the interviewer to actually ask the more probing questions than trying to anticipate and provide that level of detail upfront. Also generally ran out of time, possibly partially because of my over-enthusiasm to try and offer as much detail as possible. Given that, I'd consider this an average / below-average performance, and enough to induce anxiety over the next two weeks as I await decision."

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Debrief posted on  Mar 23 2022 [#permalink] Tepper, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Mar 22 2022 Final Decision: Interviewed

"Interviewed with Paige Davies (25 minutes) 1. Tell me about your current role 2. Short term Goal 3. Long term goal 4. Why Tepper 5. What do you do for fun? 6. Tell me about a time where you lead a team & faced failure 7. Tell me about a time you had difference of opinion with your manager Given 5 minutes at the end to ask questions."

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Debrief posted on  Mar 22 2022 [#permalink] Judge Cambridge, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Mar 22 2022

"Virtual interview for the Executive MBA 1. why cambridge, why an emba? 2. which modules am I most excited for and least excited for? 3. where do I want to be in 10 years? 4. do I think I have enough experience to do the mba? 5. what do I think the biggest impact on the economy will be in 10 years? What would I do if I were the prime minister? 6. what was the most innovative idea I've ever had?"

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Debrief posted on  Mar 28 2022 [#permalink] Sloan MIT, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Mar 17 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"The interview was super conversational and had a casual tone. Below I have listed the questions I was asked. There were some follow up questions to the behavioral questions as well. None of the questions were surprising based on others' feedback from this forum. Interestingly, I spent a long time preparing my data visualization response, but I can't remember if we even spoke about it. We finished up the interview portion after about 18 minutes and she gave me the rest of the time to ask questions. She gave pretty detailed responses so we had time for 3 in total. While I was asking questions, the adcom was super informative and engaged. She mentioned that the industry I have experience in + am hoping to pursue during and post MBA is an area of focus for the school that will hopefully increase in relevance. Really hoping that did not give me too much false hope... 1) any updates to your application? tell me about... 2) an accomplishment you're most proud of 3) your biggest failure 4) a time when you had to come up with a novel solution to a problem 5) a time when you had a difficult coworker 6) how your boss describe you 7) why MBA? 8) why now? 9) why Sloan? 10) what will you contribute to Sloan? 11) what will you be engaged in at Sloan?"

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Debrief posted on  Mar 16 2022 [#permalink] UC Davis, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Mar 16 2022 Final Decision: Interviewed

"Applied in Round 2 - Interviewed by the Associate Director, totaling 30 minutes. Was friendly and started off by detailing the structure of the interview. 1) Tell me about yourself? 2) How will you leverage the IMPACT, Global Leadership programs, and Industry immersion programs at UC Davis? 3) How would someone close to you describe you in 3 words? 4) How do you define success? 5) Why MBA from UC Davis? 6) Tell me about a time you worked on a project where you had limited information and how you dealt with it? 7) Do you have any questions for me? Concluded the interview with me asking 3-4 questions about the program. Overall, enjoyed the experience. Hope this was helpful and wish you all the very best!"

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Debrief posted on  Apr 12 2022 [#permalink] NTU Nanyang, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Mar 16 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"I was interviewed by three admission committee members (head of programme, marketing director, and senior career consultant). The interview was a very relaxing and calm settings, whereby the interview session started with an informal conversation that lasted for 3 - 4 mins. Overall, the interview lasted for approx. 24 mins and started with the following questions: 1) Could you briefly describe what is your current job scope and responsibility? 2) What is your motivation of applying to NBS MBA despite only started working in your new company for less than 1 year? 3) Did you apply for other schools and why NBS as compared to other business schools in Asia? 4) What other job do you see yourself doing post MBA if you could not get into MBB? 5) What is your plan if you were not given a seat to be part of NBS MBA community? 6) Why do you see getting an MBA as an essential goal for yourself? 7) Since you have applied two years ago, what has changed? and what advise would you be giving to your younger self? (2 years ago)"

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Debrief posted on  Mar 27 2022 [#permalink] Sauder, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Mar 15 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"Interviewer: Aaron Duration: 45 mins Mode: Zoom call Questions: (not in sequence) 1. Why MBA? 2. Why Now? 3. Why Sauder? 4. Biggest challenge you expect to face during MBA? 5. 3 Qualities your colleagues will use to describe you? Which one would you agree and disagree with? 6. How can you enrich the class? 7. What kind of alum will you be? 8. Short term & long term goal and link your career with it. 9. What is the one question you would want me to ask you? 10. Community involvement? Experience: It was more like a casual conversation. We cracked some jokes too. Suggestions: - Be yourself - Research on the school well (Make him believe that you came on planet earth for Sauder.) - Know what you are saying. Feel it. Copied statements and superficial language wont help. - Though the questions are common, I found this interview way more challenging than the interview of some MUCH better ranked schools. My impression about school: It gave me an impression that Sauder is really serious about who should be in its class and I believe that it is a great thing. Your essays, video response, recommendations and work-ex, will come together here. Make sure that a logical connection is visible in all of them. Work really hard with your recommenders. I have a relatively low GMAT score. I could identify 3 moments when the interviewer tried to figure out about my quant skills in other ways. Although the question was not asked specifically but by end of the interview he knew the extent of quant exposure in my current work profile. So unlike some of the reputed B-schools, they value your individuality. Makes me more confident about my choice. Hope this helps. Wishing Goodluck to all the applicants."

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Debrief posted on  Mar 18 2022 [#permalink] Sloan MIT, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Mar 14 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"Interview was approximately 35 minutes. 1. Anything changed since application? 2. Provide more context on data essay 3. Tell me what a typical day at work looks like for you 4. How do you manage your time? 5. Which role do you tend to gravitate towards when working in team? 6. Your leadership style in 2 words 7. A time when you had to come up with an innovative solution 8. Why MBA now? 9. Why MIT? Ended with questions for admissions officer."

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Debrief posted on  Mar 23 2022 [#permalink] Johnson (Cornell), Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Mar 14 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"Interviewed with Benjamin (Sharp 30 minutes) 1. Walk me through your resume 2. Short term Goal 3. Long term goal 4. Why Cornell 5. How do you contribute to Cornell 6. Culture shock & what steps do you include to include diversity? 7. Strengths & weakness Given 5 minutes at the end to ask questions."

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Debrief posted on  Mar 15 2022 [#permalink] LBS, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Mar 13 2022 Final Decision: Interviewed

"I don’t see a lot of recent debriefs so thought I will add a fresh one for future interviewees' benefit. I had my interview just a few days before the deadline for interviewers to submit their feedback. Which was both good and bad; good because lots of time to prepare, bad because more time to be nervous about it. My advice – don’t be nervous because in my view LBS interview is something you can’t fully prepare for. First, some information for people who don’t know about the interview process – Once you get an invitation to interview, a regional manager matches you up with an LBS alum. The process can take up to two weeks so be patient and use this time to prepare. Once you are matched, you reach out to the interviewer and set up a date. You have approximately 2-3 weeks to complete the interview before LBS's deadline for feedback from the interviewer. So, everything considered, you have almost 1 month to finish the interview after you get the invite. You also have to complete two video questions and you will get about three weeks after the invite to complete those. I suggest completing it as soon as possible to have more time to prepare for the interview. Again, one of the video questions is something that you can’t prepare for. Don’t wing it but don’t overprepare either. Now, for my interview experience – It went on for two hours and was full of random questions. I have a relatively unique professional background and her pre-MBA career was similar, if not as niche. Her curiosity regarding my career drove many (40%) of the questions and how, depending on my background, I will fit into the LBS environment. Almost 40% of the questions involved the interviewer sharing her own experience at LBS and with her post-MBA career, and then asking me questions about what I would do in those situations. There were no straightforward “why LBS?” or “why MBA?” questions but the extent to which I answered other indirect questions would have answered those anyway. I would recommend knowing what you wish to do at LBS (including GBE, Exchange, courses, clubs, etc.) at least one layer deep with solid reasons for why/why not? The interview also had a presentation/case, something I was concerned about because of no prior consulting experience and the general notion that you can’t prepare for it. The question in my view was straightforward. It was only a test of common business sense and verbal communication skills. I tried familiarizing myself with cases from LBS’s casebook and it was a nice warm-up. Overall, the interview was not meant to be a “trick” setup and was pretty chatty. My interviewer had a straight, almost disinterested face with occasional nods so I don’t know whether she was impressed or I am doomed as unworthy for the mighty LBS. Hoping for a good outcome. If anyone had any specific questions/concerns, feel free to comment."

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Online Interviewed on: Mar 10 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"Very conversational interview. Mostly focused on my career and understanding my story. Intermixed with regular questions below - Why MBA - Why Oxford - Where else have you applied - Difference between Said and others you applied to - What role would you play in team setting - Example of conflict - What would people who work with you say is your biggest weakness - Leadership style - How would you help with recruitment of people of your profile - What have you learnt from your international exposure - My questions Lasted 45 mins including my questions. The main interview was 30 mins."

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Debrief posted on  Mar 14 2022 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Mar 08 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"My R2 interview was with Lynda Vanderburgh. The interview was about 20 minutes including a few minutes for my questions. She was friendly and taking notes throughout. Overall, it was very conversational. What helped put me at ease during the interview was that she spoke about her own personal experience in regards to what I answered. 1. Walk me through your resume 2. Why Rotman? 3. What other schools have you applied to? 4. What is your biggest professional achievement? 5. What is your biggest professional failure? 6. What have you done to foster diversity? 7. A situation where you were confident? It could be either in a professional or personal setting. 8. Before getting to where you are now, what did you actually see yourself doing? (not a standard question - out of her own curiosity which I took as a good sign) 9. A learning that was life changing for you? 10. Any questions for me?"

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Debrief posted on  Mar 07 2022 [#permalink] Goizueta, Full Time MBA
Off Campus with Adcom Interviewed on: Mar 07 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"Hi, So, had my interview 30 minutes back. Duration - exactly 30 minutes (Very punctual about this ...i guess time crunching at their end) Questions - 1) Walk me through your resume (they ask u to ans it in 3 min exactly no more) 2)Follow up questions on my work history 3)Gaps in Resume and what were the reasons 4)What is something that you have done in your current role as a team lead which can be considered as a leadership exp example? 5)What are your ST and LT goals? 6)Why MBA now? 7)Plan B if any? 8)Any questions"

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Debrief posted on  Mar 07 2022 [#permalink] ISB, Full Time MBA
Off Campus with Alumni Interviewed on: Mar 06 2022 Final Decision: Interviewed

"1. What do you do on a daily basis at work, follow ups on metrics, asked me to describe the product, a few more follow ups on the product - in trying to understand the target customers and the evolution of online sales 2. LT Career goals: why Edtech and ISB has about 60% engineers, how do I plan to compete with them for recruiting. What do I bring to the table 3. Why product management? What in my view does a product manager do 4. If I were to build an Ed-tech product? What would it be? How would you pitch it. 5. Follow up on the product that I pitched 6. Why product management? Why not a business owner or a category owner I had three interviewers, I knew their names, but they did not introduce themselves. Jumped right into the discussion. The entire interview overshot by 5 minutes post the scheduled 45min. They did not ask me if I had any questions for them (I had questions, but didn't ask since I wasn't given the opportunity). Towards the end, one interviewer mentioned that it was a very productive discussion. I'm still ambivalent of the interview because they didn't ask me to introduce myself, nor did they provide introductions, and they completely refrained from typical b-school interview questions such as Why ISB and QnA."

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Debrief posted on  Mar 05 2022 [#permalink] BITSoM, Full-time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Mar 05 2022 Final Decision: Interviewed

"The interview was conversational and friendly. I had only 1 person interviewing me. Some questions asked: 1. Why MBA? 2. Tell me about something that is not in your application 3. Some questions on extra-curricular activities 4. Ethical dilemma based scenario questions 5. A time at office when I displayed my strengths/skills. Overall, it was a relaxed and insightful conversation. I used Preppie's ISB interview training for BITSoM, and their insights really helped me with this interview! :) Cheers!"

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Debrief posted on  Mar 14 2022 [#permalink] McCombs, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Mar 04 2022 Final Decision: Waitlisted with Interview

""Had an interview with current dual degree student for 35 min and then 10 min Q&A. Interview was conversational and engaging. 1. Walk me through your resume. 2. What was the major challenge you overcome to reach where you are today in your career. 3. TMAT when you have to deal with a diverse team. What did you learn from them? 4. Short-term and long-term goals. 5. Plan B? 6. Why McCombs? 7. What clubs do you plan to join? 8. Tell me about a time when someone gave you constructive feedback. 9. What are the strengths and weaknesses of your application? 10. What did you learn about yourself from your application process? 11. how do you intend to contribute to mccombs community 14. Any questions for me. The interview went pretty well and there is no need to feel nervous because the interviewer was probably in the same situation before. Waiting for the decision. Hope this helps!"

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