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Debrief posted on  Feb 14 2022 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Feb 14 2022 Final Decision: Waitlisted with Interview

"Interviewer: Alum (Full Time MBA; Class of 2019) Duration: 45 min 5 mins for introduction 30 mins for interview questions 10 mins for my questions Questions - Tell me why are you here. - This covered my short-term and long-term goals and why MBA. - Why Ross? - Here, I also answered how I would contribute to Ross. - How do you see yourself in Ann Arbor? - Tell me about a time when you faced a challenge while managing a team. - Tell me about a time you failed and what were your learnings from it. - Tell me about an experience working with a diverse team. What challenges did you face and how did you apply the learnings from that experience to future experiences? - What would your current or previous manager tell me about your strengths and areas of improvement? - What is your leadership style? - What do you like to do outside of work? - There were 3-4 follow-up questions here as the interviewer and I had some common interests. - Which leader do you admire and why? - What is your pet peeve? - Tell me a fun fact about yourself. - Again had a follow-up question owing to a common interest. Experience: The interviewer was very friendly and kept the interview conversational. It was a great experience overall. Hope this helps!"

Darpa from India GMAT 740; WE: 94 months; Internet and New Media
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Debrief posted on  Feb 14 2022 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Off Campus with Alumni Interviewed on: Feb 13 2022 Final Decision: Waitlisted with Interview

"Total duration - 55 mins! Interview with alum! 2 min meet and greet and setting up agenda & 5 min introduction! Questions -> 1. Tell me about yourself? 2. Why MBA? Why Ross? 3. Short-term goal? 4. Why did you join company X after mechanical engineering? 5. What are your strengths? 6. What is your leadership style and what are the qualities that a good leader should have? 7. Why US schools and why not Europe given my international work ex and network is in the EU region? 8. Anything I wish to cover apart from what has been asked? 9. Any questions for the interviewer?"

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Debrief posted on  Feb 13 2022 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Off Campus with Alumni Interviewed on: Feb 13 2022 Final Decision: Waitlisted with Interview

"Total duration - 50-55 mins! Interview with alum! 2 min setting up the agenda & 5 min introduction! Questions -> 1. Tell me about yourself? 2. Why MBA? Why Ross? 3. Short-term goal? 4. Why did you go to X company post-graduation & why switched to Y company afterward? (basically, why did I do career pivot) 5. Question around some extra-curricular activity from Resume 6. Biggest accomplishment professionally? 7. Anything I wish to cover apart from what has been asked? 8. Any questions for the interviewer?"

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Debrief posted on  Feb 12 2022 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Feb 11 2022 Final Decision: Waitlisted with Interview

"Interviewed with alumnus - Class of 2008 (Executive MBA). Was mostly conversational and friendly. Duration: ~60 min 5 min for introduction and setting up agenda 45-50 min for interview questions 5-10 min for questions I had Questions: - Walk me through your resume - Why MBA? - ST and LT goal? - Which schools I've chosen and why? - Why Ross? - How would you contribute to Ross? - Time I led a team and scope of project changed quickly - Time I had to make data-driven decision in a small amount of time - Time I stopped a manager from going down a wrong path - Time I worked with a diverse team - Time I motivated a colleague/peer - Time I worked with someone from entirely different culture and geography - Time I faced failure or was given negative feedback - Time I had to give someone negative feedback - Time I worked with someone from an underprivileged background - What would be the one thing I would change in the world Was surprised by the sheer number of questions that came my way. But overall good experience. Hope this helps!"

This user wants to stay Private from India WE: 48 months; Venture Capital
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Debrief posted on  Feb 09 2022 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Feb 09 2022 Final Decision: Interviewed

"Interviewed with an Alumni, it was conversational and friendly. -why MBA -why Ross - TMAT a project changed suddenly, what did you do? - what would you have done differently? -TMAT you motivated coworkers ? -TMAT most constructive feedback? -TMAT working with someone from different culture? - now ask me any question it took 30min +10min of questions"

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Debrief posted on  Feb 08 2022 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Feb 08 2022 Final Decision: Waitlisted with Interview

"Had my interview today with an alumni class of 2020. Very similar to the other interview debriefs although she sounded like was in a bit of a rush (it was mid working day for her). Questions: 1. She asked me to quickly introduce myself, to keep it short and focused on something that is not on my resume since she has read it already. 2. Why an MBA? 3. Why Ross? 4. How do you lead without authority and how do you influence peers on the same level as you? 5. Tell me about a time you showed resilience? 6. Short term/long term goals post MBA 7. Open floor to questions. Overall it took about 30 minutes considering the questions I had for her. It was a good experience and direct on point from both sides."

darkrise0987 from Brazil WE: 53 months; Manufacturing
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Debrief posted on  Nov 02 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Nov 02 2021 Final Decision: Admitted

"Interview with alumn, conversational and relaxed. Duration: 40 mins Questions: -situation where your indirect reports didn't listen to your suggestions/recommendations. How did you handle that situation -Tell me more about your job function -Situation where you had to learn very quickly in a short period of time -Why mba/why now/ career goals -what is the ideal leadership for you, what type of leader do you want to become -tell me a situation may be in your personal/ professional where you had to work with a diverse set of people -question on my hobby -why Ross/ how will you contribute to ross, -any questions (10 mins)"

This user wants to stay Private from India WE: 53 months; Hospitality and Tourism
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Debrief posted on  Nov 02 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Nov 02 2021 Final Decision: Interviewed

"Hi Guys, Got done with my interview today. It was with alum, Class of 2020 (Veteran). Total 60 minutes of interview (35 mins of interview questions) Interview experience is as follows: My interviewer was really welcoming and set up the expectations straight up. Introduced himself, told me he will start by asking me to introduce myself, ask some more questions, then will ask some behavioral questions that he has here with him and will open up the forum for me to ask anything about Ross, his experience etc. as it needs to be a 2 way street and I need to be fairly convinced with the school I am interviewing for. Questions were as follows: 1) Tell me about yourself (followed by a casual chat about a common hobby that we both had) 2) Why MBA (again a follow up chat on something I forgot now, spoke here about my goals too, both ST and LT) 3) Why Ross (he paused my answer to discuss his MAP project and then we continued from there) 4) TMAT when you started something new or unknown 5) TMAT when you motivated a colleague you are on same level with 6) TMAT you failed 7) TMAT you ensured inclusivity in your team (there were two more stems to this question so it was a slightly longer answer from my end) Not sure if he had only 4 behavioral questions planned or ran out of time. Next 25 mins we discussed 4-5 questions I had for him."

This user wants to stay Private from India WE: 65 months; Consumer Products
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Debrief posted on  Nov 03 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Nov 02 2021 Final Decision: Waitlisted with Interview

"Completed my interview yesterday with an alum from the Class of 2019. It lasted ~40 minutes in total with ~30 minutes of formal interview and ~10 minutes for my questions at the end. Very conversational and friendly. - Walk me through your resume (Follow-up question on my leadership style and how I would approach guiding a junior who I don't know much about and did not recruit) - How does an MBA fit into your career goals and why now? - Why Ross and not any other b-school? - Tell me about a time when you adapted to a difficult situation? - Describe how you work with people from different cultures with an example - Tell me about a time when you influenced someone who was at your level - What challenges do you think you will face at Ross? After this, I spent ~10 minutes asking questions that I had for him. An amazing experience overall. Hope this helps!"

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Debrief posted on  Nov 01 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Off Campus with Alumni Interviewed on: Nov 01 2021 Final Decision: Admitted

"Just completed my interview with recent Alum. It lasted ~50 minutes in total with ~35 minutes of formal interview and ~10-15 minutes for my questions at the end. Very conversational and friendly. She had a set of questions prepared, mostly behavioral. - Tell me about yourself and Why MBA (covered LT goals in brief during this) - discussion naturally flowed to how Ross fits into my "Why MBA?" plan Behavioral questions - About a time when project scope changed suddenly? - About a time when I stopped a manager from going down a wrong path? - About a time when I had a unpopular opinion? - About a time when I worked with diverse group of people (flowed from a project I mentioned in my introduction)? How did I manage it and what did I learn? After this spend 10-15 minutes talking for my questions mostly around MAP experience, questions about Sanger Leadership Center and life in Ann Arbor in general Hope this helps!"

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Debrief posted on  Nov 01 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Nov 01 2021 Final Decision: Denied with Interview

"Interview lasted 41 minutes with an alum. He was very calm. Started by asking about my most recent work experience (talked about my career transitions here and how they relate to my MBA plans). Why MBA, Why Ross. Tell me about a time you helped someone feel included. Tell me about a time you convinced someone to your point of view. Questioning lasted about 30 minutes and I asked questions for about 11 minutes (asked about how he manged his time at Ross and the type and extent of career support available to alum)."

SaburAj from Nigeria WE: 84 months; Other
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Debrief posted on  Nov 01 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Oct 31 2021 Final Decision: Interviewed

"I had my interview yesterday with an alum from the class of 2013. It was a good interaction and lasted for about 40 minutes, give or take a minute.  The interviewer began with a brief introduction about himself before diving right into the questions he had for me.The sequence was as follows.  1. Tell me about your journey so far, and why you think an MBA fits into the picture. 2. A follow-up question about my previous work experience.It was along the lines of, how did you do what you said you did? 3. What are my short-term and long-term goals? 4. Why Ross and how would you contribute to Ross? 5. How did I motivate a team? 6. What was your biggest failure? This took exactly 35 minutes and then I asked the question I prepared for him for about 5 minutes.  I hope this helps. All the best to everyone for their interview."

avinash1105 from India WE: 38 months;
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Debrief posted on  Nov 01 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Off Campus with Alumni Interviewed on: Oct 31 2021 Final Decision: Admitted

"Interviewed with an alumnus via Zoom, and wanted to share what was quite a unique experience. It was very conversational, the interviewer was very easy going, and just an all-round nice person to talk to. Even if he was from a completely different location, we shared a management consulting background and some personal interests that really kept the conversation flowing. I also want to add that this was very much similar to a HBS/MIT type of interview style, in that rather than asking behavioural questions, my interviewer asked why I made the decisions I made, which was a distinct tone shift from all the other interview experiences here. So the questions asked were particular to me: 1. Tell me a bit about yourself - the usual 3-4 minute intro, going through my resume (-) Not a question but we chatted about a shared interest in Formula 1 for a few minutes 2. Why did I choose to study where I did, what was I looking for, and did I get it? 3. What do I think binds my decisions and choices made in my career (I mentioned I was very deliberate with my decisions in the intro) 4. How do I lead without authority 5. (Follow up to the previous question) How do you get people on your side? 6. What was your biggest shortcoming, and most importantly what did you learn from it (the interview prefaced this question a lot, saying that the learnings are what mattered most. Also, the interviewer resonated with my answer a lot, as they also had a similar experience in their consulting career) Can't quite remember the rest, but the interview lasted a full hour with my own questions. What was conspicuously missing were the traditional 'why an MBA', 'why now', 'why Ross', 'what are your goals' which took me by surprise a bit. Nevertheless, this was my favourite interview by far of those I've done and gives me a lot to think about. Hope this helps!"

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Debrief posted on  Oct 28 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Off Campus with Alumni Interviewed on: Oct 28 2021 Final Decision: Admitted

"I got my interview Round 1 invitation on 10.20 and scheduled the interview with an alum from a different nationality / similar background. And I finished my interview today on 10.28. It lasted for 45 minutes with 10 minutes of Q&A at the end. My interview was friendly and conversational, not too much casual as an interview with current students. From her in-depth questions on behavioral questions, I got an impression that she was organizing my answers in a well-structured way, especially about the behavioral questions. - Walk me through you resume. - Some following questions about resume - Considering your ST goal that you mentioned, how is Ross MBA gonna help you? - What is your LT goal and what is your plan ? - What has been your biggest accomplishment? - What is your strength and weakness? (I related the answers with my accomplishments and failures) - Tell me about your experience with a challenging person or any other challenging situations. How did you impact them? - Tell me about your experience of working with people from very different or diverse background. - You've learned different foreign languages and seems like you have experienced diverse culture. Tell me about the experiences with learning those languages. - Tell me more about your experience as an exchange student. - What are the 3 words that your peers would use to describe you? During the Q&A session, I asked her about post-MBA opportunities for international students and her answer was very inspiring. I feel that it was a really great opportunity to have such a conversations with an alum from a similar background. Good luck for everyone!"

This user wants to stay Private from Korea, Republic of GMAT 750; WE: 78 months; Retail
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Debrief posted on  Oct 27 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Off Campus with Alumni Interviewed on: Oct 27 2021 Final Decision: Waitlisted with Interview

"My interview lasted for an hour, and it was not as conversational as I hoped it would be. My interviewer really dug deep into every answer, with multiple follow ups on each. Tell me about why you want to do an MBA Let's go back to college, tell me about your journey till here Why did you shift from your UG major to current company? What does your company do? What did you do in your first role at current company? What did you like and dislike about it? Why did you shift teams? Did you like it more, and if yes, why? Why are you interested in your goals? Why Ross? Are you planning to move back to India after your MBA? Tell me about a time when you had to make a critical decision in a short period of time. What was different in your approach to this? Why did your approach work in this situation? Tell me about a time when you had to stop your manager from going down a wrong path. How did you convince him? How did your solution work? When have you worked with people different from you? How was your approach to this? When have you had to take an unpopular role and have people not be happy with you? How did that uncomfortable conversation go? What questions do you have for me?"

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Debrief posted on  Oct 27 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Off Campus with Alumni Interviewed on: Oct 27 2021 Final Decision: Denied with Interview

"The interview lasted only 25 mins. The Alumni probably had a long day ahead of her. She asked me the minimum set of questions she was required to ask and left the floor open for any questions at the end Tell me about yourself. Give me an example of a time when you showed great resilience Tell me about a time when you adapted to different situations Tell me about a time when you had to convince someone Why Ross Why MBA The interviewer was very chilled and didn't counter-question any of my responses."

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Debrief posted on  Oct 26 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Oct 26 2021 Final Decision: Admitted

"Was interviewed by an Alum. Class of 20. Very conversational. She had a set of questions prepared, mostly behavioral. She also took notes along the sessions. Questions were (tryin to put them in sequence): -About yourself -Why MBA , why now, why Ross -Situation when you handled someone difficult - What is your management style - Situation when worked as a member of an uncooperative/difficult team - Time when you failed - Any other leadership experience when you faced adversity or difficulty where you came out successful - 1 thing you are most excited about and 1 think you’re most worried about when you go to Ross after exactly 30 min she gave me time for asking my questions. It was a very nice experience overall."

abrajeedhan from India WE: 148 months; Military & Defense
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Debrief posted on  Oct 26 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Off Campus with Alumni Interviewed on: Oct 26 2021 Final Decision: Admitted

"The interview lasted for 70 minutes. The first 10 min was for the introduction. 45 min of behavioral questions and 15 min of time for me to ask questions where we discussed purpose-driven leadership General Questions 1) Tell me about yourself 2) Why Mba 3) Why ross Behavioral Questions (Tell me about a time) 1) Received negative feedback 2) Stopped manager from taking an unethical decision 3) lead a team older than you 4) worked with someone from an underprivileged background 5) greatest failure 6) greatest achievement 7) Motivated a non-performing colleague 8) Questioned status-quo 9) encountered a situation with limited or no knowledge The last question was - what is one thing you want to change in the world? The interview was fairly conversational."

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Debrief posted on  Feb 13 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Feb 12 2021

"My interviewer was very friendly. My interview felt as if he's my mentor trying to get to know me better. It's a testament to how great the Ross community is! Questions: Why MBA? Why Ross? Tell me a time when you came up with some innovative solution to a problem. Tell me a time when you challenged the status quo. How do you motivate people? Tell me a time when you received a critical/harsh feedback and how you responded to it. [what caught me off guard a bit] What would you want to change in the world? Why? Hope this helps! Let me know if there are any questions! :)"

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Debrief posted on  Feb 12 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Off Campus with current Student Interviewed on: Feb 12 2021 Final Decision: Interviewed

"My interview was taken by a current second-year student with the same undergrad major as mine. My interviewer was 5-7 minutes late as he had some technical glitch at his end. The interviewer was super friendly and made me comfortable by chatting generally about the weather in Michigan and what was he up to during the week. He then gave a detailed introduction about himself and dived into the interview: - Tell me about yourself - How does an MBA fit into the picture? - Why an MBA now? - Why Ross? - Tell me about a time: - when suddenly things changed on a project - when you coached or mentored peer(s), basically someone who you didn't have any authority over - when you adapted to a different situation - when you worked with people from different background/upbringing and you had a difference in opinion - Any questions for me? He acknowledged my answers but did not cross-question any one of them. In the end, we talked about MAP, life in Ann Arbor, and photography. Our interview went on for ~50 minutes and overall it was a great experience! Please feel free to reach out to me in case of any questions."

s283 from India GMAT 720; WE: 48 months; Consumer Products
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Debrief posted on  Feb 09 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Feb 09 2021 Final Decision: Interviewed

"Duration: 55 mins Questions asked: Why MBA? Why Ross? Why now? Tell me about a situation when - you received harsh feedback from your manager - you were on a project whose scope drastically changed - you witnessed cultural differences with someone There were also a few questions specific to my profile, short-term goal, and long-term goal. Overall, the interviewer was really sweet and had a similar background to mine so he made me feel at ease. Please feel free to PM me, if I can help out any other prospective candidate giving interviews this week or next. Happy to do a mock as well. Best of luck to you all! Hopefully it turns out for the best for each one of us."

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Debrief posted on  Feb 09 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Feb 09 2021 Final Decision: Waitlisted with Interview

"Virtual interview with Alumni. The interviewer seemed to be busy as this was in the middle of the work day. We began 10 minutes after the scheduled time and dived straight into the questions. 1.) Walk me through your resume (Surprisingly very little follow-up on my resume/education) 2.) Why MBA + Why Ross ? (He asked why MBA first and after I answered he asked me some follow-up questions which eventually led us to why Ross) 3.) Some follow up questions on the industry I want to go in following my MBA and why an MBA is the best option to make the transition 4.) Tell me about a time you had to adapt to a situation? (Answered once but he asked for another example, after giving him 2 examples he also asked for a personal situation where I had to do this) 5.) Tell me about a time you had to convince someone a.) Superior b.) Peer c.) Junior (Again asked for a personal example)? 6.) Tell me about a time you hit rock-bottom/failed? 7.) Tell me about a time you worked in a global setting? The interviewer was friendly and tried his best to put me at ease. He did not seem to be very chatty though (maybe because he was busy). He took detailed notes. One take away from me would be to not focus only on professional stories for the behavioral questions, my interviewer pressed me for personal examples."

mbacat007 from India WE: 36 months; Investment Banking
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Debrief posted on  Feb 04 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Off Campus with Alumni Interviewed on: Feb 04 2021

"Lasted for 1 hr 15 mins. The interviewer took detailed notes. Questions: - TMAY - Cross questions during TMAY on work ex - Why MBA? - Why Ross? - Tell me of a time when you had to adapt to a situation a. Professionally b. Outside work - Tell me of a time when you had to influence a a. Superior b. Junior c. Peer + Learnings - Tell me of a time when you fell apart + Learnings - Any cross-cultural experience?"

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Debrief posted on  Feb 03 2021 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Feb 01 2021 Final Decision: Interviewed

"1. Introduce yourself. Walk me through your resume. 2. Why Ross? Why an MBA? Why now? 3. Tell me about a time when you didn't like leadership's direction? What did you do? 4. Tell me about a time when you had to make a quick decision? What were the results? 5. If you could change one thing with the world what would it be? 6. Questions for me? Interview was a MBA2 current student. Super nice! Very conversational. If anything else, as long as you know your background inside and out, know a few powerful stories with numerical results, use the STAR method, and know why Ross specifically you will be all set. Lasted 40 minutes. Also, it helps to research your interviewer and get to know them for catered questions at the end. They will be impressed. Only thing interviewer sees is your resume; they have not seen your app. Ross will release decisions on 3/17 I believe. Good luck to all!"

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Debrief posted on  Oct 29 2020 [#permalink] Ross Michigan, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Oct 29 2020 Final Decision: Denied with Interview

"I just had a virtual interview with an Alumni with the same time zone as me. It was very casual and conversational. Lasted around 50 minutes. Also, the interviewer asked me to show my ID card, said it was a protocol from the university. I was asked the following questions: 1. Why did you choose your undergraduate major? 2. Why did you choose your current job? 3. How do your coworkers and managers describe you? 4. Tell me about a time when you handle cultural differences? 5. Tell me about a time when you were challenged? 6. If you took your supervisor's role, what would you change? 7. Why MBA? 8. Why Ross? 9. Contribution to Ross? 10. If you were an animal? What are you and why? I really enjoyed my interview, the interviewer was friendly, although I spent a considerable amount of time to answer each question. Good luck all!"

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