Are you in the initial stages of preparing an MBA application? Below are some common questions candidates ask, along with expert advice on the MBA profile evaluation and GMAT exam.
There’s no reason to stress over a simple conversation about yourself. With a bit of practice, your confidence and positive qualities will shine through to the admissions committee, as they get to know the real you: the motivated, successful MBA student. Veritas Prep shares the types of questions you will most likely hear in your MBA admission interview.
Maybe you’ve heard the old adage, no two snowflakes are alike. Similarly, each MBA candidate is reviewed as a unique individual—a sum of all their qualities and attributes that make them who they are. Aspects such as character and personality are important, and help a candidate stand out in the application pool. Still, there are some general criteria which the admissions committee follows before they reach that point. Reach Ivy reminds us of the minimum requirements an admission committee expects from an MBA applicant.