Wharton Reveals 2 Interview Questions

FORMAT

Your discussion will have a prompt and a purpose and you will work towards a tangible outcome with your group. The team-based discussion is additive and does not replace the opportunity for an individual exchange. There will be time allotted for a short one-on-one conversation regarding your candidacy with a member of the Admissions staff or Admission Fellow during the interview. This will also provide an opportunity to ask any questions that you may have.

Below are examples of the type of prompts that may be used during a session (Please note that we will provide you further information on the prompt for your team based discussion after you are invited to interview and sign up):

What one talent or strength should a leader rely on most in daily life?

If you could teach one thing about innovation to a group of new employees, what would it be?

GENERAL TIPS

Come prepared to share your individual thoughts.

You should plan to spend no more that one hour in preparation.

Do not expect the interviewer to give you feedback – literally or figuratively. Be careful to avoid any interpretation of verbal or non-verbal communication, as both may mislead you.

Interviews are not a popularity contest. The interviewer is there to assess your fit for the Wharton MBA program.

The key is to relax, be genuine, and enjoy the opportunity for us to get to know you and you to get to know each other!

Thank you again for applying to Wharton. We look forward to reading your application.

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