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MIT Sloan MBA Interview Preparation Tips

MIT Sloan MBA Admission Interview TipsMIT Sloan MBA Admission Interviews are different. Instead of the standard Why MBA and Why MIT Sloan MBA questions, the Adcom conducts Behavioral Event-Based Interviews (BEI). The idea behind BEI is to evaluate how you responded to challenging situations. Your response to past events is an indicator of your future behavior.

Interview Conducted by:
AdCom or Alumni

Duration: 45 minutes to 1 Hour

Style of Interview: Formal

Tips

Dos

Tip 1: Read your Essays and Resume

MIT Sloan is different. The Interviewers are well prepared and will read your essays and resume, several times. They will find out the gap in your essays and would ask probing questions.

Tip 2: Be prepared for Follow-up Questions

Remember, MIT Sloan MBA AdCom wants to understand how you behaved in the past. To find out more, the team will ask lot of follow-up questions. Each candidate has a different story and the questions will be accordingly. After you have prepared the preliminary list of follow-up questions, ask your friends, family members or expert consultants to read your essays and list the follow up questions.

Tip 3: Have lot of Stories

The Interviewer will steer the conversation according to areas that are important to her. It would be extremely difficult for you to do the contrary. Instead of steering the conversation, be prepared with lot of stories highlighting your achievements, your behaviour during crisis and your maturity in handling conflicts. Be prepared with stories that are not mentioned in the essays.

Tip 4: MIT Sloan Qualities

MIT Sloan AdCom wants to find out whether you can influence others, maintain professional relationship in a team environment, and have the drive to set goals and achieve them. Keep MIT Sloan qualities in mind when you prepare your stories.

Don’ts

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For Complete Don'ts and Commonly asked Interview Questions for MIT Sloan, Download F1GMAT's MBA Admission Interview Guide.


MBA Admission Interview Guide

The Guide offers detailed examples and strategies to answer about yourself, career summary, innovation, frequent job switch, managing change, ethical dilemma, made mistake, contribution for the school, handling conflict, the greatest accomplishment, low grades, difficult boss, backup plan, industry, role and gives you tips on managing first impression, improve likeability and lists the questions that you should ask the MBA Admission interviewer.

Pages: 204

The Guide includes commonly asked MBA Admission Interview Questions for:

1) Booth School of Business
2) Columbia Business School
3) Ivey Business School
4) Johnson Graduate School of Management
5) Insead
6) Kellogg School of Management
7) Stanford Graduate School of Business
8) London Business School
9) Harvard Business School
10) MIT Sloan School of Management
11) Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (Team Discussion Strategy + Interview Tips)

Chapters

1. Importance of MBA Admission Interview  
2. How to do Gap Analysis for MBA Admission Interview Preparation?  
3. 5 Conversation Plan for MBA Admission Interview  
4. Focus on the Interaction  
5. How can you control First Impression in MBA Admission Interview  
6. How to improve likeability in MBA Admissions Interview  
7. Avoid these 4 Handshakes  
8. How to highlight Personal, Cultural, and Academic Dimensions of your personality  
9. What motivates an Interviewer?  
10. How to Fine Tune your answers according to MBA Admission Interviewer's Personality Type  
11. How to answer the “Tell us about yourself” introductory question?  
12. How to answer Walk me through your resume?  
13. 5 Follow-up questions to expect  
14. What is the greatest accomplishment in your professional career?
15. What is your leadership style?  
16. How would you contribute at the School Community
17. What is the most difficult obstacle you overcame?  
18. Are you a Creative Person?  
19. How do you define Success?  
20. How to answer about Innovative Solutions?  
21. Answering Frequent Job Switch
22. How did you Handle Conflict?
23. How did you manage Change?  
24. Give an Example of an Ethical Dilemma you faced. How did you handle it?  
25. Answering Greatest Accomplishment
26. How did you Handle a Difficult Boss?  
27.Tell me a time when you made a Mistake. What did you learn from it?
28. How to summarize your Career?  
29. How to explain low grades?  
30. How to answer Scenario Questions?  
31. How to answer the Backup Plan Question  
32. How to discuss about Industry Experience & your Role?  
33. What Questions should you ask the AdCom after an MBA Admissions Interview?  
34. 7 Things to Consider for Skype MBA Admission Interviews  
35. 5 Must Read MBA Admission Telephonic Interview Tips  

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