This is an interview for Schulich School of Business. The Adcom interviewer was very friendly and it was an easy-going interview. They started with a question about why I want to do an MBA and why at this point in my career. Then they asked about my post-MBA goals and how my present skills can contribute effectively to it. They said that I had a low verbal score on my GMAT, so they asked a couple of questions regarding how I planned to compete with people having much higher scores. However, this question came as a surprise to me since I had a 39 on my GMAT, which I fell is considerably better than having a 48 on my quant in terms of percentiles.
There was another unexpected question which went something like, “Since you’re coming from an overrepresented pool of candidates (makes sense because I’m an engineer and from India), how do you plan to add diversity to the batch?” They asked about my plan B and what other universities I have applied to. They asked this question since they wanted to know from me when they should release the results and for knowing that, details of my other applications were important.
Overall, it was a pretty friendly interview with not a lot of unexpected questions. I don’t think that they asked anything from my resume or my essays.
I got my acceptance in about 3 weeks.