The interview was in a coffee shop with a recent alumnus who apparently conducts many interviews in the Washington D.C. area.
She followed very closely to a set of questions she was given, starting off with walking her through my resume. She had also not seen my application at all.
She also asked:
1) What’s an accomplishment you’re proud of?
2) What’s a difficult obstacle you had to overcome as part of a team?
3) When did you creatively solve a problem?
4) What’s a difficult task you don’t enjoy doing?
5) What kind of leaders do you like to work with?
6) Why MBA?
7) Why Kellogg?
8) Short-term and long-term career goals?
9) Does your GPA or GMAT score reflect your academic performance?
10) What unique contributions would you have to Kellogg?
I think I lucked out because she was friendlier and seemed like a pretty positive person.