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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  Feb 03 2022 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Off Campus with current Student Interviewed on: Feb 04 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"What are the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders? I have worked hard in my education and now I'm apply my experience into diversified companies practice. But I have various real-time of work experience, I have a lot of exposure with companies environment. My courses acquired work experience with real companies or Organisation project for problems solving. To focus on my relevant experience ones that I do every day as a normal part of my most important activities. The Issues of Direct stakeholders are involved with the day to day activities with a project."

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Debrief posted on  Feb 23 2022 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Jan 28 2022 Final Decision: Admitted

"I got the admissions interview invite on 14th Jan for the Round 2 application and had it scheduled for 28th Jan 2022. My interview was conducted by Ms. Danielle Spence who at the outset made me comfortable and relaxed. She said: "The interview is expected to last 15-25 minutes and I will not be taking much of your time and would want you to enjoy your evenings and weekend. I would be asking you pretty straightforward questions, similar to what you would encounter in a typical behavioral interview. My intent is not to trick you up with tricky questions." While the interview was pretty one-dimensional at the start where she would ask me a question and then scribble down something during my response, the interview turned conversational towards the later part and I enjoyed talking with her. Walk me through your CV under 2 minutes and stress the highlights Why Rotman? Why MBA? Short-term and long-term goals? Which other schools you are applying for? A situation where you showed leadership skills and 3 key leadership lessons? (I think I faltered in here a little bit and could only provide if I can recall only 2 leadership lessons) A situation where you were confident? Professional setback and what did you learn from it? Biggest professional failure and what did you learn from it? What 3 questions you would ask Dean of Rotman in a coffee chat? Any Questions for me? I would say use this question to show them that you have really researched about the university, something that convinces them that Rotman is your dream B-school. Overall, the interview lasted 45mins."

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Debrief posted on  Dec 01 2021 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Dec 01 2021 Final Decision: Interviewed

"I had my interview today for R1 Full-Time MBA. It was a generic conversational interview with most of the questions similar to the other interview debriefs - 1. Walk me through your resume 2. Brief description of day-to-day activities at job/stakeholders involved 3. Why Rotman for MBA. Are you applying to other B-schools. 4. Have you interacted with any alum from Rotman School. 5. Quote an example where - a. you showcased your leadership skills b. you set up a professional goal and how you achieved it c. professional set-back and what did you learn from it d. you had a conflict with a colleague 6. What are your short-term career goals after MBA and how will Rotman help. 7. What will be your plan B career 8. 3 questions you would ask the Dean if you met her at coffee. There was only one interviewer (who joined about 5 min late) and interview lasted 30 min. Good-luck everyone. Feel free to reach out for any questions."

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Debrief posted on  Nov 16 2021 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Nov 11 2021 Final Decision: Admitted

"At the outset, I'd like to thank everyone who took the time to post their interview debrief here. It was quite helpful during prep so I'm paying it forward. The interviewer joined 5 mins early. The interview lasted for ~35 minutes, including time to answer my questions. The interviewer was quite friendly and warm throughout and the interview was quite conversational. These were the questions asked: - Walk me through your career/resume in 2 mins and stress the highlights - Why Rotman? - Short-term and long-term goals? Back-up plan? - Biggest professional measurable achievement and its impact? - Biggest professional failure? What did I learn from it? - Any other school that I am applying to? - Learning that was life changing for you? - Detail a time you were frustrated with a colleague, and how did you mitigate the situation or resolve it - What are your experiences with diversity in a professional setting? What is your opinion on it? - Any questions for me?"

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Debrief posted on  Nov 10 2021 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Nov 09 2021 Final Decision: Interviewed

"Hi everyone, I was interviewed by Danielle Spence and she said that the interview will last for 15 minutes, 20 minutes max. She wanted me to use professional examples only. Q1. Walk me through your life post-undergraduate? Q2. Why do you want to do MBA at this point in your career? Q3. Why Rotman? Q4. Tell me about a time when you worked in a team and how would you describe your leadership style? Q5. Tell me about a time when you were confident? Q6. Tell me about a professional failure and what did you learn from it? Q7. If you could ask 3 questions to the Rotman chair during a coffee chat, what would you ask? After these questions, she asked me if I had any questions. I asked her 3 questions. Overall, my interview lasted for 35 minutes and she said that I will hear back within 2-3 weeks. Finally, I would like to thank everyone for sharing their interview debriefs here."

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Debrief posted on  Nov 14 2021 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Nov 03 2021 Final Decision: Admitted

"Hello, I was interviewed by Chris Jones and it lasted for about 40 minutes. The interview was more like a conversation and Chris made sure to make me comfortable before he started asking questions. I was asked the following questions: 1) Talk about my resume and certain highlights in my career 2) Why Rotman and why Canada? 3) Any other school that I am applying to? 4) What has been my greatest achievement in my professional career? 5) Any dispute with my colleague during my professional life and how well I handled it? 6) Tell me about a time when you set a goal for yourself; however did not achieve the same. 7) Imagine that right after the interview the dean is getting on a call, what are the three questions you would ask her? 8) Any questions for the adcom. I had prepared a couple of questions and it's best to use this opportunity to clear any doubts you may have. However, please do not ask questions that are explicitly mentioned on the website."

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Debrief posted on  Oct 26 2021 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Oct 13 2021 Final Decision: Admitted

"Hi, The interview lasted for 40 minutes and below were the questions asked (not in the same order): 1) Walk me through your resume 2) What does a typical work day look like for me? Who are my stakeholders? 3) Why diversity is so important in schools and companies? How have I ensured to promote diversity in my projects? 4) Biggest professional achievement and the impact? 5) Time when I was frustrated and how I handled it? 6) Biggest professional failure? What did I learn from it? 7)Why MBA? 8)Why Rotman? 9) Short term and long term goals? 10) Any other school that I am applying to? 11) Learning that was life changing for you? 12) Any other questions Thanks to everyone on this group."

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Debrief posted on  Oct 01 2021 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Online Interviewed on: Sep 22 2021 Final Decision: Admitted

"1. Walk me through your resume 2. Why Rotman? Any other school applied? 3. Short-term goal 4. Leadership experience & result 5. Failure experience & lessons learned 6. A time you set a goal for yourself and achieve it 7. A time when you are very confident in presenting your results 8. Three questions to the dean of Rotman in a coffee chat 9. Any questions The interview is about 45 minutes."

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Debrief posted on  Mar 13 2021 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Mar 13 2021 Final Decision: Admitted

"Just gave my interview today. The interview was for about 60 mins. We started with a casual conversation and then went over my resume. I was asked the following : 1. Walk me through the highlights of your resume. 2. Why did you choose Rotman? 3. What are the other programs you've applied to? 4. What is your biggest achievement and what was its impact? 5. Out of all the extracurricular activities you've engaged in, which was the most meaningful/ which impacted you the most? 6. How will a foreign environment help you succeed? 7. Tell me about a time wherein a new employee was introduced to your team in the middle of the project. How did you help him integrate with the team? 8. Imagine yourself having coffee with the Dean of Rotman. What are the 3 questions you would ask him? 9. What are your post-MBA goals? 10. What is your biggest failure? 11. Do you have any questions for me? All in all, it was a good interview. I was also asked a few follow-up questions based on the answers I gave to the previous questions. I was told that the decision would be made within 4 weeks. Having your narratives in place is beneficial. It helps you organize your flow of thoughts and ideas. Make sure you prepare a couple of questions for the admission committee. All the best!"

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Debrief posted on  Feb 04 2021 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Feb 03 2021 Final Decision: Interviewed

"My interview lasted a little bit over 30 minutes and was very conversational. After every answer, she would affirm or clarify any of my statements (e.g. yes, you will definitely get that from Rotman, etc.) 1. Walk me through your CV 2. Why Rotman? 3. What are your post-MBA goals? 4. What was your biggest accomplishment in your organization? 5. Tell me about a time that you failed. 6. If you were granted a spot in our MBA program, what would you do in 1 week, 1 month, and 1 year? 6. What other MBA programs are you looking into? 7. If you had 3 wishes for Rotman, what would they be? 8. Do you have any questions for me? I only got to ask one question at the end since a lot of them were already addressed during the follow-up discussions. Thanks, everyone for sharing your debriefs as well. Truly helpful!"

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Debrief posted on  Dec 02 2020 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Nov 25 2020 Final Decision: Admitted

"I had an interview couple of weeks ago. It was pretty straight forward and short (25-30 mins). Questions were same as everyone else. Like, 1. Career journey pre-MBA in 2 min. 2. Why MBA? 3. Long term and short term goals, and back up plan? 4. A time when I thought I have achieved a target but client was not happy and how did I handle that. 5. A time in my life when I experienced success at my job 6. Why Rotman and how will I contribute to the Rotman community 7. If Rotman could grant you 3 wishes, what would they be? 8. Do you have any questions for me? Flux of applications to Rotman was apparent from the short and "kind of mechanical" interview. I also had few related small questions based on my profile and answers to the previous questions. I received my decision within 2 weeks of interview."

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Debrief posted on  Dec 09 2020 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Nov 23 2020 Final Decision: Admitted

"The interview was about 45 mins. We started with a very casual conversation just to know how's the day going for each other and then went over my resume. The questions listed below were the questions that I got asked: 1. What is your short-term and long-term career goal? 2. What was your biggest measurable accomplishment? 3. Share a failure. 4. If you were to accomplish something within 1 week, 1 month and 1 year when you were a student at Rotman, what would you do and how would you do it? 5. Why MBA and why Rotman? 6. How will you contribute to Rotman? 7. 3 wishes if Rotman could grant them to you. 8. Any other schools that you applied? After the questions he gave me some time to ask him questions. Make sure you prepare 2-3 good questions to impress the admission committee. Good luck everyone!"

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Debrief posted on  Nov 23 2020 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Nov 09 2020 Final Decision: Denied with Interview

"I had an interview with Danielle Spence over Skype. She asked me eight questions in total of which I only remember the ones below but all of them were from debriefs I had read earlier on the GMATClub. 1-Explain in two minutes or less your career journey? 2-What are your short and long-term goals? 3-How will you contribute to the MBA program? 4-Why Rotman and why now? 5-In case you don't get into the companies you're targeting what is your Plan-B 6-If Rotman could grant you three wishes what would they be? She was a great interviewer and helped put me at ease as well. The first question threw me off just a bit since I wasn't expecting the need for brevity and I'm sure I went at least a minute above required but I made sure the overall interview ended in time for me to ask some questions and some chitchat as well. We talked briefly about the program and the surge of applications and the workload she must be facing before finishing the interview. She promised to get back to me within two weeks so I'm expecting a response any day now. She also seemed fairly positive about my chances and told me that getting an interview was a great step."

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Debrief posted on  Nov 21 2020 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Oct 22 2020 Final Decision: Admitted

"We were both early, so we started early and ended early. She was friendly. We started off with a casual discussion about her visit to India and our love for shopping. She told me to keep my answers short and on point, because follow up questions will give me the opportunity to add detail. The questions below are not listed in the order they were asked. 1. Career journey after MBA. 2. Why MBA? 3. A time in my life I failed at my job 4. A time in my life when I experienced success at my job 5. How will I contribute to the Rotman community 6. If Rotman could grant you 3 wishes, what would they be? 7. I think she also asked me my long term and short term goals? 8. Was the move back to India due to visa issues in the USA 9. Why Rotman I think she asked a couple more questions related to why MBA and my career plans but I cant remember exactly. Make sure to have two or three very solid questions that you are actually interested in knowing about. Remember that an MBA is an investment and that you both are investing in each other."

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Debrief posted on  Nov 03 2020 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Oct 21 2020 Final Decision: Admitted

"Interviewer: Danielle The interview was standard with the same set of 9-10 questions that have been mentioned on this thread. Having your narratives in place is beneficial. Over all, Her and I vibed well in the end, and had chat about her experiences in India. I felt that rather than the content of the answers, your communication, maturity & energy is gauged. All the best everyone :)"

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Debrief posted on  Nov 03 2020 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Oct 20 2020 Final Decision: Admitted

"Interviewer: Danielle Spence Lasted ~20mins only. I joined around 15 mins early and so did Danielle! We had some connectivity issues in the beginning and during one answer but rest seemed fine. She started off with introducing herself and told me she had 8 questions. Asked me to be as to the point as possible. She was friendly. 1) Introduce yourself post graduation is less than 2 mins 2) Why Rotman 3)Elaborate on short term goals and long term goals. Back up plan in case STG does not work 4) Which other schools I had applied to 5) How will you contribute positively to Rotman? 6)Situation when you had a measurable impact on your organization? 7)Failure story 8) If Rotman granted you three wishes what would you want them to be? Post this she gave me the chance to ask her questions. All the best to everyone!!"

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Debrief posted on  Nov 22 2020 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Oct 16 2020

"My interview was conducted by Lynda Vanderburgh and lasted for roughly 20 mins. The questions asked were exactly the same as had reported by the earlier candidates. My responses were no more than 60-90 seconds and Lynda basically made notes the whole time. Her demeanour was warm and welcoming throughout. At the end of the interview, she told me that I should most likely get my result within a week but no more than 2 weeks. True to her word, I received my decision the following Friday."

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Debrief posted on  Nov 20 2020 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Oct 14 2020 Final Decision: Admitted

"Hi All, My interviewer was Danielle Spence. It lasted for about 25 min and was very friendly interview. She introduced herself and told to keep answers to the point as it will be conversational interview. Following are the questions I was asked: 1. Walk me through your CV in 2-3 min 2. What are your Short-term, Long-term goals and Plan-B? 3. What measurable impact you had at your organization? 4. Why Rotman? 5. What will you contribute to Rotman? 6. What is the biggest failure you had at your organization? 7. If Rotman gave you three wishes, what will they be? 8. Which other schools you are applying? Hope this is helpful, Good Luck people :)"

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Debrief posted on  Nov 22 2020 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Off Campus with Adcom Interviewed on: Oct 08 2020 Final Decision: Admitted

"Interviewer: Danielle Spence She started off by saying she'll keep it short and precise .. approx 20 mins. The questions were direct and mostly around why MBA? Why Now? Why Canada? Why Rotman?? 1)Walk me through your profile. Mostly why? for all the career choices 2)Why MBA? Why Now?Short term goals and how MBA will help? 3)Why Canada and Rotman? 4)Which other schools have you applied to? 5)One innovative/impactful thing you did at work? 6)One conflict situation and how u managed? 7)3 things you expect from your time at Rotman. 8)Questions for me?"

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Debrief posted on  Nov 25 2020 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Oct 06 2020 Final Decision: Admitted

"Timeline: I applied on the 23rd of September, Had my Interview on the 6th of October, Got a feedback on the 15th of October. My Interview was with Chris Jones over Zoom. It was pretty calm and conversational. Lasted for about 50 minutes. I can't remember everything in detail, but the questions were in line with every other debrief posted here. 1) Briefly Run me through your Resume, with more emphasis on your professional career. 2) When/How did you hear about Rotman? Why Rotman? Why Toronto? 3)If Rotman could grant me 3 wishes, what would they be? 4)What I hope to have achieved after 1 week, 1 month, 1 year in Rotman. 5) Post MBA Plans 6)TMAAT you failed 7)TMAA professional achievement you are proud of. 8) Do you have any questions for me? The 3 Questions I asked him got us chatting for about 15 minutes. My general advice is to be yourself, and see the interview as a 2-way conversation. They already like what they see in your profile (Duh-uh! that's why you got to the interview stage :) )"

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Debrief posted on  Sep 01 2020 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Sep 01 2020 Final Decision: Matriculating

"Pretty cool interview, I waited for 15 minutes for she was taking interview of some other dude. Alright so here is how it went. Danielle Spence, my interviewer, clarified that she would ask me 8 questions. And I must stick to the point and not elaborate unnecessarily as the interview will be conversational. Questions- 1. Tell me about yourself after your Undergrad. Also tell me about the motivations for joining a particular organisation that you did. 2. Post MBA goals 3. Back up goals 4. What will I bring to Rotman? 5. TMAAT when You failed in your workplace. 6. Biggest highlight of the career. 7.Why Rotman? 8. If Rotman granted you three wishes what would you want them to be? 9. Questions for her. I asked- 1. Her experience seeing the Rotman MBAs evolve over the years? 2. Inclusion and What Rotman's stand is on it? 3. Clubs and activities."

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Debrief posted on  Aug 31 2020 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Aug 28 2020 Final Decision: Admitted

"Hi Peeps, Interviewer: Danielle Spence Interview duration: 20 mins. Questions: 1. Walk me through your CV post graduation 2. Short-term and Long-term goals 3. How will you contribute to Rotman 4. If you are not able to achieve your post MBA goal then what is your Plan B? 5. Why Rotman? 6. Which other schools have you applied? 7. If Rotman can make three promises, what do you want them to be? 8. Describe a professional failure. 9. What according to you is your greatest professional achievement? 10. Any questions for adcom? Kira Talent Interview questions: 1. Describe your life until now in a sentence? 2. Who will you invite over for dinner if you could invite anyone and why? Written question : If you meet a leader off-campus at a nightclub who just spoke at Rotman in an info-session. What will you say to the person? Tips: 1. Don't get distracted when adcom member continuously takes notes while u are speaking 2. Don't get disheartened if there are no personalised questions to showcase your abilities. Sometimes adcom just asks traditional questions and you need to ace it."

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Debrief posted on  Sep 05 2020 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Aug 20 2020 Final Decision: Admitted

"This forum was super helpful, so here's me giving back. My profile: 32 y/o male from Mexico, married. I have a Bechelor's in International Business with GPA around 3.2 and 7 years of work experience (by the time the program starts). Most of my work experience is working in the intersection of eCommerce, Digital Marketing and Entrepreneurship, and the highlights of my career have been working with some of Latin America's top startups, and as an eCommerce/Marketing consultant for over 50 small businesses. I took my second attempt at the GMAT like 3 days before I submitted my application and got 660 (Q45,V35) The overall application process was really smooth, I've been looking into Rotman for a few years and I was already familiar with the interviewer. I had also had a conversation with enrolled students to figure out more about the program and life in Toronto. I had an invite to the interview around 3 work days after I submitted my application, and I got my acceptance offer almost 2 weeks after that. Roughly the whole process took around 3 weeks and a half, considering that I had my interview one week after I got the invite. The interview was very friendly, more to know about myself and my CV and it went in a big part as a conversation. These are the questions that I currently remember: Walk me through your resume in 2-3 minutes What can you contribute to Rotman and your fellow students What are your short-mid term goals and how do you think Rotman can help you? What do you like to do to keep updated in new trends and improving in your line of work What student clubs would you be interested in joining If Rotman were to promise you 3 things, what would you like them to be? Anything that you would like to add? Do you have any other questions for me? Basically what they want to know is: What can you contribute to Rotman and your fellow students Whether you will be employable after you get the program What makes you unique? Hope this is as helpful as all the information was for me."

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Debrief posted on  Aug 23 2020 [#permalink] Rotman, Full Time MBA
Skype Interviewed on: Aug 20 2020 Final Decision: Interviewed

"Hi All, Below are the questions adcom asked me in the interview : 1. Short-term and Long-term goals 2. How will you contribute to Rotman 3. Walk me through your CV post graduation 4. Why MBA? 5. Why Rotman? 6. Which other schools have you applied? 7. If Rotman can make three promises, what do you want them to be? 8. Why did you choose the job that you have been doing now? 9. Any questions for adcom? She asked me one more behavioral question but I don't remember. Kira Talent Interview questions: 1. What are you good at making? 2. What is your favorite sport and why? Written question : Write a paragraph on which clubs you want to be a part of at Rotman? Hope this helps. PS: I have applied in Early Round. The interview was about 20-25 minutes. It was quite relaxed. The interviewer is more focused on what you have done in your professional career."

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