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MIT Sloan Admissions Committee Shares Round 1 Updates

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In case you missed it, MIT Sloan School of Management last week shared updates from its Admissions Committee, which is busy reviewing Round 1 applications. The committee will begin sending out interview invitations in mid-October (that’s this week!) and will continue through November 9th. Every applicant, whether invited to interview or not, will receive an updated status on that date.

The interview period is slated to begin October 26th and continue through December 4th, the school reports. Applicants will have the choice between interviewing on campus in Cambridge or in a city near where they currently live. The Admissions Committee plans to visit approximately 15 cities, both within the United States and abroad, to conduct off-campus interviews. “We will give applicants as much notice as possible when scheduling interviews,” reads the website.

Where you interview will not impact your admissions decision, MIT Sloan stresses. That said, those who can come to campus to interview will also have the opportunity to take part in a special interviewee program, to include lunch with current students and a class visit.

For candidates who do interview, final decisions will be released on or before December 16th.

Good luck to all MIT Sloan Round 1 applicants. To those of you who are lucky enough to snag an interview, be sure to take advantage of Clear Admit’s resources to help you prepare. These include our MIT Sloan Interview Guide, which provides in-depth analysis of the school’s interview approach and the philosophy behind it, as well as our Interview Report Archive, where you can get first-hand reports of recent MIT Sloan interview experiences posted by applicants. Finally, keep tabs on your peers and share your own updates via the Clear Admit LiveWire!