Dartmouth / TuckBelow are MBA admissions interview questions and experiences submitted by Tuck applicants. If you interviewed at Tuck, we encourage you to submit a report detailing your experience!
Interview Questions & Reports
The interview was conversational and resume-based. The interviewer was extremely welcoming, receptive, and pleasant. They were attentive throughout the interview and asked many follow-up questions tied to the answers I provided. I embedded Tuck-relevant insights throughout the interview in response to many of the questions. Thus, I think, but may... Read more »
It was very conversational. We started off with small talk and then transitioned into the interview. My interviewer was very nice and welcoming. The questions asked were: Can you walk me through your resume to put it in more context? Can you explain your short/long-term goals? And why MBA? Why... Read more »
Opened by introducing himself. Described the interview structure and how it will be conducted. 30 mins of talking + 10-15 mins of questions from me. 1. Walk me through your resume. 2. ST LT Goals + Why MBA 3. Why Tuck? 4. Situation where you didn’t know something and how... Read more »
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... Read more »
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GPA: 3.79. Texas.
GPA: 3.98. GMAT: 660. NYC.
GPA: 3.6. GMAT: 730. New York.
GMAT: 760. Chinese citizen living in the US.
GPA: 3.7. GMAT: 720. NYC.
GMAT: 750. Asia.