This interview was with a second-year student, or a Tuck Admissions Associate (TAA, https://www.tuck.dartmouth.edu/mba/blog/get-to-know-the-tuck-admissions-associates-program). It was a straightforward, standard conversation where the TAA had my resume ahead of time, and wanted me to start off with a basic intro and story about myself, and explain why I want to get an MBA, and why specifically Tuck.
Because these TAAs only work for a year, the conversation was a bit more inorganic than my conversation with a Kellogg alum, who had been doing interviews for years and years. Don’t take it as a bad sign, just know that they will be taking notes while you talk, and they have questions ready to ask, so it’s not as much of a back and forth conversation. The interview ended with any questions you had for the interviewer; make sure you do your research! Tuck sends you a short blurb of info about your interviewer beforehand, so I knew what undergrad, industry, clubs, and Centers my interviewer was involved with. Be sure to ask a few questions about their specific experiences, as well as the culture they treasure.