MBA interview general questions

MBA interview general questions

 

MBA interview general questions

These general questions are used by MBA interviewer to discover more about your interest, personality and background:

 

What makes you want to pursue a master’s degree?
Why have you chosen to apply to our school?
What are your concerns about getting an MBA?
What are three words other people would use to describe you?
Do you agree that breaking the rules is sometimes necessary?
What has been your most rewarding academic experience thus far?
Do you think your grades are an indication of your academic achievement?
Describe the type of professor who has created the most beneficial learning experience for you.
What are your short-term and long-term goals?
Give an example of how you applied knowledge from a previous class/college to a real-world situation.
What is your biggest weakness?

Resume-focused MBA selection questions

These questions are asked to learn more about your accomplishments, goals and how you intend to apply your MBA to your career aspirations.

What are you most proud of on your resume?
What kind of changes would you make at work if you could?
How do you plan to use an MBA to support your career?
If you are a career shifter: Why did you start your career in X and how can our program help you get to Y?
Related: Interview Question: “Do You Have Any Questions?”

Situational questions for MBA admission selection

These situational questions can help an interviewer understand your abilities and past experiences:

Tell me about a time when you…

Had to make an important decision with limited factors
Were forced to make an unpopular decision
Had a manager that managed poorly
Were faced with an ethical dilemma
Persuaded team members to do things your way
Had to think of your feed to extricate yourself from a difficult situation
When you were a leader
Set your expectations too high (or too low)
Were tolerant of an opinion different from your own
Surmounted a major obstacle
MBA interview general questions

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