For the TBD–make sure you watch the timer. It’s not nearly as terrifying as you think it is, and it will all be over before you know it. Write down your teammates’ names along with the key points from their proposals, and write down your observers’ names as well. One-on-one is exactly what you would expect an MBA interview to be–you might want to trim your answers given you only have ten minutes. I would prep at least four thought-provoking (i.e. not yes/no) questions to ask your interviewer.
Submitted application on Sunday Sep 24th
Interviewed 9/28. Lots of behavioral questions, including "How would you describe your leadership style", "Can you describe a time you received constructive feedback", "Can you describe a time you needed to depend on someone", "Can you describe a time you had to engage with different points of view and it was challenging or rewarding", "Can you describe a time you faced a challenge of an ambiguous situation and how did you handle it", "Can you think of any challenges you might face during the MBA", "Are there any courses or initiatives you want to get involved in at Kellogg". Interview went for about an hour and interviewer left lots of time to very honestly answer a lot of my questions.
Part-Time MBA program