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A Master Guidebook To Crack The
Toughest Masters Interviews

– Answer tips  –Sample Answers  –Question Database

Want to Ace Your Masters Interview?

After months of slogging to get your entire application together, you have finally bagged the COVETED B-SCHOOL INTERVIEW!

Well, in all fairness, if the school has invited you for an interview this means that they are interested in your profile.

Now what it really comes down to is if you can convince the school that you are a good fit for their program during a personal interaction.
However, they say that the last mile is always the hardest. Even after putting together an impressive application, a lot of candidates end up giving subpar interviews – either due to lack of preparedness, or inaccessibility to the right resources.
Below are a few of the most prominent reasons for rejection —

Major reasons of rejection

Un-Structured Answers

Answers that are not definitive and backed with examples is as good as a dead conversation. When it comes to B-School interviews, there is a purpose behind each question and the majority of the candidates fail to recognize it.

You will be surprised to know that even a simple question like ” Tell me something about yourself” has a definitive purpose behind it ( most candidates answer this one quite randomly, leading to a bad first impression).

If you do not have the right structure and answering strategy, this will be a ticket to a rejection letter.

Being Caught Off-Guard With Abstract Questions

Interviews are designed to dig deep into various aspects of your life, hence you can expect a heterogeneous mix of questions From something as straightforward as ”Tell me something about your internship” to something as complex as ” How do you measure internationality“.Applicants are often caught off-guard with competency and guestimate questions, which tend to be a bit more complex in nature and end up fumbling or giving random answers.

The conundrum of too short or too long Answers

While a set of candidates stick to giving 30-second answers, others digress and ramble on for minutes ( Especially for descriptive questions like “Walk me through your resume”) The timing for each answer depends upon the nature of questions ( Eg: Competency questions tend to be more descriptive than profile based questions so answers should be timed accordingly)

Our Solution

Preparing You For All Kinds Of Questions

We have analyzed 1000+ Interviews from the top 25 schools worldwide, to identify the pattern of the questions asked and create a rich database of practice questions. If you practice with 30-40 questions from our master guide, you will be all set to tackle any, even the most unexpected and abstract of the questions that the Adcoms throws your way.

A 4-step approach to answer questions

We have personally interviewed 2000+ successful admits to DECODE THE SUCCESSFUL PATTERN of answering every interview question. Through our master guide, you will be guided how to brainstorm and break your answers into 4 steps that combine to form a winning interview answer.

Access The Transcript Of Actual Interviews

Along with answer tips and practice questions database, you can also access transcripts of real interviews to get a simulated experience of Masters in Management Interviews.

Major reasons of rejection

Un-Structured Answers

Answers that are not definitive and backed with examples is as good as a dead conversation. When it comes to B-School interviews, there is a purpose behind each question and the majority of the candidates fail to recognize it.

You will be surprised to know that even a simple question like ” Tell me something about yourself” has a definitive purpose behind it ( most candidates answer this one quite randomly, leading to a bad first impression).

If you do not have the right structure and answering strategy, this will be a ticket to a rejection letter.

Being Caught Off-Guard With Abstract Questions

Interviews are designed to dig deep into various aspects of your life, hence you can expect a heterogeneous mix of questions From something as straightforward as ”Tell me something about your internship” to something as complex as ” How do you measure internationality“.Applicants are often caught off-guard with competency and guestimate questions, which tend to be a bit more complex in nature and end up fumbling or giving random answers.

The conundrum of too short or too long Answers

While a set of candidates stick to giving 30-second answers, others digress and ramble on for minutes ( Especially for descriptive questions like “Walk me through your resume”) The timing for each answer depends upon the nature of questions ( Eg: Competency questions tend to be more descriptive than profile based questions so answers should be timed accordingly)

Our Solution

Preparing You For All Kinds Of Questions

We have analyzed 1000+ Interviews from the top 25 schools worldwide, to identify the pattern of the questions asked and create a rich database of practice questions. If you practice with 30-40 questions from our master guide, you will be all set to tackle any, even the most unexpected and abstract of the questions that the Adcoms throws your way.

A 4-step approach to answer questions

We have personally interviewed 2000+ successful admits to DECODE THE SUCCESSFUL PATTERN of answering every interview question. Through our master guide, you will be guided how to brainstorm and break your answers into 4 steps that combine to form a winning interview answer.

Access The Transcript Of Actual Interviews

Along with answer tips and practice questions database, you can also access transcripts of real interviews to get a simulated experience of Masters in Management Interviews.

Major reasons of rejection

Un-Structured Answers

Answers that are not definitive and backed with examples is as good as a dead conversation. When it comes to B-School interviews, there is a purpose behind each question and the majority of the candidates fail to recognize it.

You will be surprised to know that even a simple question like ” Tell me something about yourself” has a definitive purpose behind it ( most candidates answer this one quite randomly, leading to a bad first impression).

If you do not have the right structure and answering strategy, this will be a ticket to a rejection letter.

Being Caught Off-Guard With Abstract Questions

Interviews are designed to dig deep into various aspects of your life, hence you can expect a heterogeneous mix of questions From something as straightforward as ”Tell me something about your internship” to something as complex as ” How do you measure internationality“.Applicants are often caught off-guard with competency and guestimate questions, which tend to be a bit more complex in nature and end up fumbling or giving random answers.

The conundrum of too short or too long Answers

While a set of candidates stick to giving 30-second answers, others digress and ramble on for minutes ( Especially for descriptive questions like “Walk me through your resume”) The timing for each answer depends upon the nature of questions ( Eg: Competency questions tend to be more descriptive than profile based questions so answers should be timed accordingly)

Our Solution

Preparing You For All Kinds Of Questions

We have analyzed 1000+ Interviews from the top 25 schools worldwide, to identify the pattern of the questions asked and create a rich database of practice questions. If you practice with 30-40 questions from our master guide, you will be all set to tackle any, even the most unexpected and abstract of the questions that the Adcoms throws your way.

A 4-step approach to answer questions

We have personally interviewed 2000+ successful admits to DECODE THE SUCCESSFUL PATTERN of answering every interview question. Through our master guide, you will be guided how to brainstorm and break your answers into 4 steps that combine to form a winning interview answer.

Access The Transcript Of Actual Interviews

Along with answer tips and practice questions database, you can also access transcripts of real interviews to get a simulated experience of Masters in Management Interviews.

Major reasons of rejection

Un-Structured Answers

Answers that are not definitive and backed with examples is as good as a dead conversation. When it comes to B-School interviews, there is a purpose behind each question and the majority of the candidates fail to recognize it.

You will be surprised to know that even a simple question like ” Tell me something about yourself” has a definitive purpose behind it ( most candidates answer this one quite randomly, leading to a bad first impression).

If you do not have the right structure and answering strategy, this will be a ticket to a rejection letter.

Being Caught Off-Guard With Abstract Questions

Interviews are designed to dig deep into various aspects of your life, hence you can expect a heterogeneous mix of questions From something as straightforward as ”Tell me something about your internship” to something as complex as ” How do you measure internationality“.Applicants are often caught off-guard with competency and guestimate questions, which tend to be a bit more complex in nature and end up fumbling or giving random answers.

The conundrum of too short or too long Answers

While a set of candidates stick to giving 30-second answers, others digress and ramble on for minutes ( Especially for descriptive questions like “Walk me through your resume”) The timing for each answer depends upon the nature of questions ( Eg: Competency questions tend to be more descriptive than profile based questions so answers should be timed accordingly)

Our Solution

Preparing You For All Kinds Of Questions

We have analyzed 1000+ Interviews from the top 25 schools worldwide, to identify the pattern of the questions asked and create a rich database of practice questions. If you practice with 30-40 questions from our master guide, you will be all set to tackle any, even the most unexpected and abstract of the questions that the Adcoms throws your way.

A 4-step approach to answer questions

We have personally interviewed 2000+ successful admits to DECODE THE SUCCESSFUL PATTERN of answering every interview question. Through our master guide, you will be guided how to brainstorm and break your answers into 4 steps that combine to form a winning interview answer.

Access The Transcript Of Actual Interviews

Along with answer tips and practice questions database, you can also access transcripts of real interviews to get a simulated experience of Masters in Management Interviews.

You get 1-2 Minutes To Record Your Answers For Each

Masters Interview Question

Here are some of the most commonly asked Masters Interview Questions

Competency Based Questions

  • What type of leader are you?
  • When have you been a leader?
  • Have you ever failed as a leader?
  • What do you think are the core qualities of a team player?
  • According to you, what is the best way of delegating work within a team?
  • Tell me about a time you worked on a team project.
  • Tell me about a time when you faced difficulty. How did you deal with it?
  • When you have multiple tasks due at the same time, what strategies do you use to ensure that all tasks are completed on time?
  • Give an example of a “let down” and what did you do to make up for it?
  • Tell me about a time when you faced difficulty. How did you deal with it?
  • When you have multiple tasks due at the same time, what strategies do you use to ensure that all tasks are completed on time?

Exploratory Questions

 

  • If you could meet anyone, dead or alive, who would you meet?
  • People are motivated by altruism than self-interest. Do you agree or disagree? Why?
  • Is a picture worth a thousand words?

Profile Based Questions

 

  • Why do I prefer startups? Name some issues start-ups face
  • Are you great with numbers for you have a spectacularGMAT score?
  • So you completed engineering, then why did you choose content?
  • Why do you want to leave your family business?
  • What are the important things for a good Marketing plan?

Goal Based Questions

  • What are short term and long term goals?
  • Why do you want to pursue ‘<‘degree name’>’?
  • How will the program help you achieve your career goals?
  • Where do you see yourself 5 years down the lane?
  • Why do you want to study in <country_name>?

Domain Specific Questions

  • Tell me about a company that shows entrepreneurial spirit.
  • What significant challenges are businesses facing at the moment?
  • What are the key elements of a good marketing plan?
  • What are the biggest challenges in the industry you want to get into?

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