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MBA Interview Formats: A Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast Replay

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It’s interview season for Round 1 applicants, and MBA LiveWire has already been lighting up with reports of interview invitations from Harvard Business School, Columbia Business School, CMU’s Tepper School of Business, Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management, and Yale School of Management, with many more to come.

We’ll have some brand-new, interview-focused podcast episodes as part of our Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast Series in upcoming weeks. But we also want to invite you to revisit our very first episode, which debuted last spring and discusses the range of MBA interview formats used by different business schools and how best to prepare for each one. Take a listen below. You can also now find the podcast on both iTunes and Stitcher.

Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Clear Admit MBA Admissions Podcast
Episode 1: Understanding MBA Interview Formats

Hosted by Editor-in-Chief Jeanette Brown, this inaugural interview episode featured in-depth advice from Clear Admit Co-Founder Graham Richmond drawing on expertise he developed working in admissions at Wharton and later an MBA admissions consultant to thousands of applicants to top schools. It was produced by Contributing Editor Jon Pfeffer.

As always, if you enjoy the podcast, please take a moment to rate us on iTunes, which will help more listeners discover us. Best of luck on any imminent interviews, and stay tuned in the coming weeks for new interview podcast episodes as well as a few more from our archives.

In addition to tons of general MBA interview tips, we also provide in-depth advice in our Interview Guides for each school, which include school-specific detail and strategy for acing the interview. Of course, you’ll also want to take advantage our our comprehensive Interview Archive, which includes thousands of reports from candidates themselves.