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Which questions did you get? I think its hard to say. What do you mean when you say you botched? There are multiple ways to answer these questions


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One on "challenging goals I've set for myself for my year at INSEAD". The goals I had set suddenly didn't seem challenging enough and I think it might have been obvious I was clawing at things I could say to give a satisfactory response. Another on how "a decision I'd taken to work in corporate diversity had positively or negatively impacted me". This should have been a home run since I actually had a solid example, but my answer lacked structure.

We'll find out in June, I s'pose, but it'll be a bummer if all those weeks (including time spent on GMAT) I spent on the application boil down to my performance in those two minutes.


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My responses were somewhere between average to awful, in fact, I did not feel I "nailed" any of the questions. I stuttered half the two minutes but speaking to the current INSEAD students I know from my network who experienced the video interview, they reassured me it was only one data point and the important thing is to look presentable and it's often used to gauge spoken English. The adcom have another 2 hours from the interviews to gain feedback on candidates. So basically it's not the be all and end all. In the end, I was invited to interviews for R1
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MBAdreamerMBA, MBAPrepCoach and ZF, appreciate your perspectives very much. Nice to hear I still may have a shot. : )


MBAdreamerMBA, the other two questions were "a risk I'd taken that had backfired" and "a strategy I had used to deliver bad news at the workplace".
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Hi guys,

When I render the INSEAD application PDF, I do not see my profile picture displayed anymore. Instead of it, a blank space shows. Can anyone verify in their portal whether you experience the same problem?

Any suggestions to reach out to INSEAD? => Although the CV does contain a picture though.
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Hi All - In preparation for the intensive scholarship application process, I'd narrowed down the ones I felt I had the best chance for. But now that the application is open, several of these are missing, like the Forte fellowship and the Connelly scholarship for women. Any ideas as to why the list is different?


Hi,

I am having the same problem, some scholarships that I think I am eligible for is also missing on my list.
Does anyone have any idea about it?

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1. Is IELTS acceptable for INSEAD admissions?? Because as per website IELTS is mentioned as one of the acceptable tests however in application there is no provision to fill IELTS score..

2. What is the deadline for submitting recommendations???is it same as application deadline???
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Hello everyone!

Need your advice on couple of pretty spicific questions.

I'm now finalizing my application for the 2nd round.

Quick overview of profile:
- 26 years, Russian
- BA and MA in IT
- 2 years in IT, then 2,5 years in consulting (MBB)
- IELTS 7.5
- GMAT 690 (Q49 - 75%, V35 - 76%, IR8 - 93%)

As you probably understood, the first question is on GMAT. Technically, I'm fine with target percentiles (INSEAD ask for 70-75% for both parts, and 6 for IR). But I'm a bit uncomfortable with overall score, 720-730 will definely make me feel better. So I have 3 options:
1. Leave it as-is and submit for Round 2
2. Retake ant submit for Round 3, but I'm a bit afraid of higher competition (despite INSEAD claims that chances are equal for all rounds, I have multiple claims from alumnys and INSEAD interviewers that it's not true)
3. The most interesting option. I heard that INSEAD admission commitee starts reviewing applications 2-3 weeks after the deadline, so technically there is an opportunity to submit 690 now, and then retake in a couple of weeks and if I make 720+ - send it also).

So the question is - is option 3 real and feasible or option 2 is better?

------------------------------------------

Second question is super-specific.
Unfortunately, my US Master institution didn't provide me with full transcript of my grades - just a title Dimploma list. They could give me a full transcript, but it will take about a week - so I will miss deadline if I will wait for it.
The question is - how critical it will be if I submit just title Diploma list and will additionally send transcript in a couple of days to admission commitee?

Thanks a lot in advance!
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[quote="tlc91"]Thanks! I'm based in London, although originally from Southeast Asia (not sure whether that plays any role)
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I’m in the middle of interviews and scholarship essays now. So my plan of redoing my 690 gmat before final evaluation decision is not going too well and I’m concerned that’s going to get me waitlisted or rejected. Should I be concerned about my gmat during my final evaluation? I’m still looking at attempting it after I submit my scholarship essays/finish my last interview. I’m not sure if I’m going to be able to squeeze an improved score in time.

And I can’t afford a waitlist due to pending deposit for another school.

average grades albeit a top 10-15 school in the world.


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Have you done MBAMATH.COM?
This is the best way to get this handled in 20 hours on the internet and it has a great deal of weight with admissions.

If you are Indian or Chinese 690 would put you in jeopardy but if you are not, 690 is likely to be perfectly fine. If you had done a really outstanding job demonstrating your academic aptitude through other means.
The big picture situation here is that this is an extremely accelerated program and they can't do any hand-holding with the math stuff.

When I have a candidate submitting with a lowish test score we emphasize one or more of the following: 1) good quant grades in undergrad or Masters 2) CFA 3) success at quant related job...or any other evidence that they can do the work.

If you have a lowish quant BUT any of these it might even be a possibility that the AO can factor this in. It would be seen as a substantial update.

My recommendation would be to do MBA Math plus offer this kind of further evidence. That said, just MBA Math is quite often more than adequate.

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Hi guys,

When I render the INSEAD application PDF, I do not see my profile picture displayed anymore. Instead of it, a blank space shows. Can anyone verify in their portal whether you experience the same problem?

Any suggestions to reach out to INSEAD? => Although the CV does contain a picture though.


Same for me. Has anyone contacted INSEAD to check this or if it's important at all?
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MBAPrepCoach wrote:
[quote="gy88"][quote="tlc91"]Thanks! I'm based in London, although originally from Southeast Asia (not sure whether that plays any role)
just got my invite !


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I’m in the middle of interviews and scholarship essays now. So my plan of redoing my 690 gmat before final evaluation decision is not going too well and I’m concerned that’s going to get me waitlisted or rejected. Should I be concerned about my gmat during my final evaluation? I’m still looking at attempting it after I submit my scholarship essays/finish my last interview. I’m not sure if I’m going to be able to squeeze an improved score in time.

And I can’t afford a waitlist due to pending deposit for another school.

average grades albeit a top 10-15 school in the world.


Sent from my iPhone using GMAT Club Forum mobile app[/quote]gy88

Have you done MBAMATH.COM?
This is the best way to get this handled in 20 hours on the internet and it has a great deal of weight with admissions.

If you are Indian or Chinese 690 would put you in jeopardy but if you are not, 690 is likely to be perfectly fine. If you had done a really outstanding job demonstrating your academic aptitude through other means.
The big picture situation here is that this is an extremely accelerated program and they can't do any hand-holding with the math stuff.

When I have a candidate submitting with a lowish test score we emphasize one or more of the following: 1) good quant grades in undergrad or Masters 2) CFA 3) success at quant related job...or any other evidence that they can do the work.

If you have a lowish quant BUT any of these it might even be a possibility that the AO can factor this in. It would be seen as a substantial update.

My recommendation would be to do MBA Math plus offer this kind of further evidence. That said, just MBA Math is quite often more than adequate.

http://mbaprepcoach.com[/quote]

Thanks mbacoach. You had mentioned mbamath before but at that time I was hopeful about re-doing the gmat prior to final decision.

Working on mbamath now- hopefully I can finish and submit it this week shortly after my interview on Wednesday.
I’m singaporean - quant 47 (63%) .



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I'm working on my INSEAD application now and I have to say I find a fair bit of it a little....odd

- 30 words to cover anything more than a 2 month employment gap since high school? Vs other schools which give 200+ words for anything more than a 3 month gap since graduation. 30 words is one sentence, so I find it really insufficient.

- They want you to list all your full time positions but then only provide 5 boxes to fill in. Given that there are more older students at INSEAD than other schools, lots will have had more than 5 positions, so what's the deal here? Plus, do they really want to hear about the 15 different PA jobs I had in my pre-university gap year (I was a temp specialist). I can't imagine it's that relevant, but the application form is somewhat contradictory.

- I'm not struggling at all with essay 1 but the "how did these experiences impact your relationships with others" part of essay 2 is rather tricky. I can't say my professional achievements/failures have had too much impact on any of my personal relationships at all, so am going to have to put a slightly creative spin on this...less about relationships, more about interactions and business relationships Anyone know what they're actually looking for here?

Anyone else find the INSEAD form rather different to the applications to other schools?

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gy88 wrote:
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gy88 wrote:
[quote="MBAPrepCoach"][quote="gy88"][quote="tlc91"]Thanks! I'm based in London, although originally from Southeast Asia (not sure whether that plays any role)
just got my invite !


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YAY!

http://mbaprepcoach.com


I’m in the middle of interviews and scholarship essays now. So my plan of redoing my 690 gmat before final evaluation decision is not going too well and I’m concerned that’s going to get me waitlisted or rejected. Should I be concerned about my gmat during my final evaluation? I’m still looking at attempting it after I submit my scholarship essays/finish my last interview. I’m not sure if I’m going to be able to squeeze an improved score in time.

And I can’t afford a waitlist due to pending deposit for another school.

average grades albeit a top 10-15 school in the world.


Sent from my iPhone using GMAT Club Forum mobile app[/quote]gy88

Have you done MBAMATH.COM?
This is the best way to get this handled in 20 hours on the internet and it has a great deal of weight with admissions.

If you are Indian or Chinese 690 would put you in jeopardy but if you are not, 690 is likely to be perfectly fine. If you had done a really outstanding job demonstrating your academic aptitude through other means.
The big picture situation here is that this is an extremely accelerated program and they can't do any hand-holding with the math stuff.

When I have a candidate submitting with a lowish test score we emphasize one or more of the following: 1) good quant grades in undergrad or Masters 2) CFA 3) success at quant related job...or any other evidence that they can do the work.

If you have a lowish quant BUT any of these it might even be a possibility that the AO can factor this in. It would be seen as a substantial update.

My recommendation would be to do MBA Math plus offer this kind of further evidence. That said, just MBA Math is quite often more than adequate.

http://mbaprepcoach.com[/quote]

Thanks mbacoach. You had mentioned mbamath before but at that time I was hopeful about re-doing the gmat prior to final decision.

Working on mbamath now- hopefully I can finish and submit it this week shortly after my interview on Wednesday.
I’m singaporean - quant 47 (63%) .



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I'm working on my INSEAD application now and I have to say I find a fair bit of it a little....odd

- 30 words to cover anything more than a 2 month employment gap since high school? Vs other schools which give 200+ words for anything more than a 3 month gap since graduation. 30 words is one sentence, so I find it really insufficient.

Maybe you can use the fourth question in the Motivation section to get into this?

tinyinthedesert wrote:
- They want you to list all your full time positions but then only provide 5 boxes to fill in. Given that there are more older students at INSEAD than other schools, lots will have had more than 5 positions, so what's the deal here? Plus, do they really want to hear about the 15 different PA jobs I had in my pre-university gap year (I was a temp specialist). I can't imagine it's that relevant, but the application form is somewhat contradictory.

When I saw that, I assumed they don't want to hear about ALL of your full time positions after all. Just the last five seem to be sufficient.


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- I'm not struggling at all with essay 1 but the "how did these experiences impact your relationships with others" part of essay 2 is rather tricky. I can't say my professional achievements/failures have had too much impact on any of my personal relationships at all, so am going to have to put a slightly creative spin on this...less about relationships, more about interactions and business relationships Anyone know what they're actually looking for here?

I interpreted this as 'relationships with people at work' in my examples.
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tinyinthedesert wrote:
I'm working on my INSEAD application now and I have to say I find a fair bit of it a little....odd

- 30 words to cover anything more than a 2 month employment gap since high school? Vs other schools which give 200+ words for anything more than a 3 month gap since graduation. 30 words is one sentence, so I find it really insufficient.

Maybe you can use the fourth question in the Motivation section to get into this?


I already used that section to cover additional activities I felt were relevant and a brief explanation of shitty 1st/2nd year GPA. I'm planning to add a short addendum to my resume on a 2nd page, as much as I hate to use a 2-page resume. I just don't want to make it a big enough of a deal to warranty an entire essay - I am self-employed, and have been for a long time, so my career progress/CV isn't quite standard. Not everyone is cookie cutter. It is what it is.

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tinyinthedesert wrote:
- They want you to list all your full time positions but then only provide 5 boxes to fill in. Given that there are more older students at INSEAD than other schools, lots will have had more than 5 positions, so what's the deal here? Plus, do they really want to hear about the 15 different PA jobs I had in my pre-university gap year (I was a temp specialist). I can't imagine it's that relevant, but the application form is somewhat contradictory.

When I saw that, I assumed they don't want to hear about ALL of your full time positions after all. Just the last five seem to be sufficient.


I'm doing last 4 and throwing in my most significant pre-university work, which was a 6 month stint in a bank. Rest have to go on CV addendum. They ask for all positions, they get all positions. :lol: (although I'll just lump many under the "temp" category)


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tinyinthedesert wrote:
- I'm not struggling at all with essay 1 but the "how did these experiences impact your relationships with others" part of essay 2 is rather tricky. I can't say my professional achievements/failures have had too much impact on any of my personal relationships at all, so am going to have to put a slightly creative spin on this...less about relationships, more about interactions and business relationships Anyone know what they're actually looking for here?

I interpreted this as 'relationships with people at work' in my examples.


Yeah, same. I mostly work alone, but still made it about business relationships. Still find it an oddly worded question, although the strangest thing to me about the application, compared to other schools, is how little space they give you to talk about why you want to do the MBA and what your post-MBA career goals are. It can be slightly worked into the essays, but not with much ease, and certainly not in as much depth as I'd like.
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I’m in the middle of interviews and scholarship essays now. So my plan of redoing my 690 gmat before final evaluation decision is not going too well and I’m concerned that’s going to get me waitlisted or rejected. Should I be concerned about my gmat during my final evaluation? I’m still looking at attempting it after I submit my scholarship essays/finish my last interview. I’m not sure if I’m going to be able to squeeze an improved score in time.

And I can’t afford a waitlist due to pending deposit for another school.

average grades albeit a top 10-15 school in the world.



If you went to such a good undergraduate school, they might wonder why you GMAT score is low? If you're good enough to get into that standard of an undergraduate school, you're capable of scoring in the low-mid 700s at least, surely? Still, the average for INSEAD is only 708, so you're within range. They like at least 75% percentile on quant and verbal though - so if you're below Q48 it could be an issue.

I bumped my score by 60 points in 15 days so it can be done, especially if you can pinpoint exactly what's dragging your score down. Since the GMAT score is one of the only data points in your entire application that you can currently change, personally I'd resit if you can.
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Question regarding the interview invitation. I might be out of reach on my phone some days before the interview notification deadline due to travel, is it a problem if they try to contact me and are no able to? Will I be informed by e-mail anyway?
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Question regarding the interview invitation. I might be out of reach on my phone some days before the interview notification deadline due to travel, is it a problem if they try to contact me and are no able to? Will I be informed by e-mail anyway?
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Hi lm1501,

My AO was unable to reach me over phone at that time so she just emailed me instead. Usually the AOs will call the applicant and then write a follow up email for the interview invite.

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lm1501 wrote:
Hi everyone
Question regarding the interview invitation. I might be out of reach on my phone some days before the interview notification deadline due to travel, is it a problem if they try to contact me and are no able to? Will I be informed by e-mail anyway?
Thank you


Hi lm1501,

My AO was unable to reach me over phone at that time so she just emailed me instead. Usually the AOs will call the applicant and then write a follow up email for the interview invite.

All the best !


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I've updated the video question repository on my blog, thank you for reporting in your questions :-) if you're short on time, my recommendation would be for you to simply get a sense of what you might say in response to each of these questions. And even more importantly, get a rhythm for what it feels like to prepare for something for 45 seconds and deliver that extemporaneously for 60 seconds. This is really the biggest skill you need to build... brainstorming within 45 seconds enough content to get one or two meaningful points across within 60 seconds with out overshooting it... https://mbaessaycoaching.com/2017/03/07 ... ions-tips/

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Hi all,

1. Is IELTS acceptable for INSEAD admissions?? Because as per website IELTS is mentioned as one of the acceptable tests however in application there is no provision to fill IELTS score..

2. What is the deadline for submitting recommendations???is it same as application deadline???
it is important to note that your recommenders can submit their online letters to us at their earliest convenience after receiving their links, and no later than 48 hours after the application deadline, to which you are applying.

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