The admissions team at MIT Sloan School of Management will be ready to send out Round 2 interview invitations starting the week of February 16th, a recent post on the MIT Sloan MBA admissions blog reveals.
These interviews are conducted by MIT Sloan admissions staff only, and will take place on campus in Cambridge as well as in 15 additional cities in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.
The admissions team explains that the behavioral-based interview will have three components:
- You may be asked follow-up questions from your application. For example, your interviewer might ask you to elaborate on your academic and/or professional experiences, or provide more detail on a specific example.
- You will be asked behavioral questions that will give evidence of certain competencies. For example: “Describe a situation where you had a conflict with another individual, and how did you deal with it?”
- Finally, we will give you the opportunity to ask us any questions.
More information about the interview process will accompany the email invitation. To those not invited to interview, MIT Sloan will issue a final decision by March 6th.
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