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How much time should we spend per question?

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In the walk me through your resume question, I could spend 5 minutes talking about each of my positions. Is that what they would want?

How would the timing compare for the Why MBA, Why our school, and experience questions?

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In the walk me through your resume question, I could spend 5 minutes talking about each of my positions. Is that what they would want?

How would the timing compare for the Why MBA, Why our school, and experience questions?


[color=#0000ff]No! Most MBA interviews are about 30 minutes- and there is a lot of ground to cover. So you don't want to talk more than 2-3 minutes for each question- if the interviewer wants to know more- they will ask a follow up question. You want to be careful to notice the subtle signs when your interviewer has heard enough on one topic and is ready to move on. I would plan for about 2-3 minutes for the tell me about yourself question- try to start [color=#0000ff][color=#0000ff][color=#0000ff][color=#0000ff]with college and then move through your jobs- paying attention to key successes and why you made each move- and how all these have moved you closer to your long and short term goals. [color=#0000ff][/color][/color][/color][/color][/color][/color]
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