Interview Questions From Intern Employers


One Liners

Do’s and Don’ts of Convincing an MBA Program That You’re a Good Fit

Source: U.S. News and World Report

Just These 5 Lessons Made the MBA Worth the Money

Source: Entrepreneur

Accelerate the Path to a Graduate Degree With a BBA-MBA Program

Source: U.S. News and World Report

Interview: Harvard Business School Women…50 Years Later

Source: National Public Radio

MBA Recruiter Interview with Vanguard

Source: Top MBA

MBA Networking: An Essential Business School Skill

Source: Kaplan Test

Business School Vs. Incubator: An Entrepreneurial Test Drive At Stanford To Find Which Works Best

Source: Forbes

5 Steps to Revitalize a Struggling GMAT Prep Routine

Source: Beat the GMAT

How to Send a Thank You Note

Source: MBA Mission

How the Irish MBA market is set to expand


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What is a Good GMAT Score

Source: Beat the GMAT

Inforgraphic: Top 7 MBA Skills

Source: Top MBA

Court Denies Woman Denied Additional Alimony Because She’s an MBA

Source: DNA India

Peter Thiel is Wrong About MBAs

Source: Bloomberg Businessweek

An Interview with an Ernst & Young’s Recruiting Head

Source; Top MBA

Feedback from McKinsey and Accenture Recruiters

Source: Linkedin

The Best Doctor of Business Programs

Source; CEO World

MBA Humor

How many executives does it take to change a light bulb?

*  A roomful – they have to hold a meeting to discuss all the ramifications of the change.

*  None, they like to keep employees in the dark.

*  “This topic was resumed from last week’s discussion, but is incomplete pending resolution of some action items. It will be continued next week. Meanwhile…”

*  “We’ve formed a task-force to study the problem of why light bulbs burn out, and to figure out what, exactly, we as supervisors can do to make the bulbs work smarter, not harder.”

* How many managers does it take to change a light bulb?

* “I want a detailed memo about this issue till tomorrow’s morning.”

* “You were supposed to have changed that light bulb last week!”

* “We haven’t got a policy on that”.

* “I am on my way to a very important meeting, so we’ll discuss it some other time.”

* Three. Two to find out if it needs changing, and one to tell an employee to change it.

Source: Work Joke

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