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New post 07 Nov 2017, 10:29
Something we advise a lot of people preparing to interview is: record yourself giving answers to mock questions.

This has a lot of benefits: you can spot presentation flaws before your interview, work on your speed of delivery & diction, and, best of all, you'll see you don't look nearly as bad as you fear you do.

To make this step a little easier, we've built the MBA Interview Question Machine.

Here's what it does:

- Throws you flashcard-style questions from past MBA interviews
- Helps with your pacing by timing your answers
- [optionally] records your responses via webcam (totally private--it doesn't even touch our server)

Here's a screencat of the app--looks like he's panicking!

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Some notes:

- It's a very early prototype, so for now it's only got a few dozen questions.

- It's tested on later versions of Chrome, so other browsers might not work
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New post 07 Nov 2017, 11:13
If you're looking to polish your interview game, but can't/won't spring the $300 - $400 for a consultant-administered mock, today's your lucky day.

We're looking for a volunteer to help us test an idea we have. Basically, you'd get a full, real-life mock interview from an HBS-grad admissions consultant w/ feedback given at the end, for $ 0.

But ya gotta do it live.

With an audience.

You'd remain anonymous & we wouldn't mention any specific CV details, but the interview & feedback would be available for others to watch/learn from (also for free--we won't sell what you help us make).


If this sounds like something you're up for, either shoot me a PM here or an email at brandon at admitbrain dot com with your cv or linkedin profile url


PS- If this ISN'T your jam, consider our more private interview tool we just released: https://www.admitbrain.com/mba-interview-question-machine/
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