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Interview Questions & Reports
Had my Wharton interview at the San Francisco campus in a smallish room with a round table. Name tags were faced towards the interviewer and no visible, which made it hard to call people by name since I had forgotten a few. Overall structure: Interviewer briefly introduced herself, read the... Read more »
Wharton Team Based Discussion Group discussion was friendly. Had 5 other candidates. The session started with each person introducing themselves and then sharing their individual pitch around the topic. Then, we started bringing these different ideas to life. Everyone was collaborative and building on each other’s points. We managed time... Read more »
There were two parts to my interview with Wharton: The team-based discussion and the 10 minute interview afterwards. Wharton Interview Questions The interview was 10 minutes long with only 3 questions with a member of the Adcom Why Wharton? Why MBA? Do you have any questions for us? She seemed... Read more »
Wharton’s on-campus interview day was a great opportunity to preview classes and meet other applicants as well as current students. I did my TBD in the morning because I had my HCM one-on-one interview later that afternoon. Wharton Team-Based Discussion For the TBD there were a small group of 6... Read more »
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GPA: 3.6. GMAT: 720. Chicago - international student.