Wharton Group Interview

How to Prepare for Your Wharton Group Interview (Team-based Discussion) - A Few Tips

How to Prepare for Your Wharton Group Interview (Team-based Discussion) - A Few Tips

For those preparing for their upcoming Wharton Team-based Discussion (TBD), we wanted to offer up some specific guidance on how to approach the group interview and your 1-minute pitch.

How to Survive the Inevitable "Bad Part" of an MBA Admissions Interview

How to Survive the Inevitable "Bad Part" of an MBA Admissions Interview

This article is about a harsh reality of the MBA interview process, which is that every interview is going to take a dip, or hit a rough patch, at some point ... through no fault of anyone involved. Why is this? And how can you address it?

Let's dive into it.

Video: How to Prep For Your Business School Interview

Video: How to Prep For Your Business School Interview

Paul Lanzillotti, founder of the Amerasia Consulting Group, walks you through how to handle your MBA interview. Learn how to answer representative questions; structuring your thoughts using "stories" versus the "pyramid principle" and connecting all aspects of your MBA application for your interviewer.  

This in-depth video is approximately 1 hour and 20 mins in duration.

Wharton Round 2 Applicants: Proceed With Caution

Wharton Round 2 Applicants: Proceed With Caution

It is not often that we make any major strategic adjustments from Rd 1 to Rd 2 with any of the schools, because once we have them pegged, they don't tend to move around that much.  However, we are issuing a Public Service Announcement today to Wharton Round 2 applicants: proceed with caution when it comes to laying out your post-MBA plans.  If your goal is even remotely hard to achieve, we strongly advise reconsidering that goal as it relates to your Wharton application.  Let us explain. 

Wharton Group Interview: Ambiguity Equals Opportunity

Wharton Group Interview: Ambiguity Equals Opportunity
Yesterday was October 23rd.  A relatively uneventful day for many humans, but a big one for a select group of Wharton applicants who received an interview invite.  It's obviously a magical moment to get that letter, err, email that says that mighty Wharton wants to talk to you.  However, this year that feeling of excitement is lasting for about two seconds for most applicants as it is quickly replaced by a feeling of uncertainty.  That's because Wharton has partnered with the Wharton Innovation Group to come up with a whole new style of interviewing ... the group interview. Enter the ominous organ music!