In a business school interview, you have to be prepared to answer some questions.
And you need to be prepared to ask them.
Asking questions during an interview can be an essential opportunity to get insider information about the program, as well as demonstrate interest, curiosity, and enthusiasm to your interviewer, writes Brian Precious, author of “Get In, Get Connected, Get Hired: Lessons from an MBA Insider.“
However, any questions won’t do. The key to impressing your interviewer, he writes, is asking thoughtful questions.
A former recruiter for MBA programs at the University of Illinois, Purdue University, and Oregon State University, Precious has read more >>>