It was a blind interview with an alumnus in Taipei. We met in a coffee shop of a five-star hotel. The interviewer was very nice and briefly introduced himself at first. He usually interviewed one student in each round and used a notebook to record my answer immediately. I was asked to go through my resume at first and then he asked me some follow-up questions regarding my personal experience. Then I was asked many standard questions such as:
1. Why MBA?
2. Why now?
3. Why Kellogg?
4. What do I want to do after MBA?
5. Give an example of how you help to solve the conflict in a team?
6. What’s your greatest accomplishment?
More special questions were, “Do you think you are smart?” and “Is there anything you would like to talk about more?”
The interview atmosphere was much more relaxed than I first expected. Most questions were common, and the interviewer seemed to appreciate my answers very much.