Submitted By The Red Pen – University & MBA Admissions Advising
A few weeks ago I wrote a column about preparing for interviews. After talking to a few people who have gone through the process, I realize that my advice needs some more detail. Here are some specific questions that you might expect in college, MBA or scholarship interviews.
What are your strength and weaknesses? / What words would people use to describe you? / What about you is unique?
These are all variations on the same question. And each of them is aimed at discovering how well you know yourself and what kind of introspection you have done.
Of course, whatever you give, you will need to expand on it. If you say your strength is “motivating others,” then you will need to give an example of an occasion where you convinced a group of people to do something.
Read more about Interview Prep – Part 2 by clicking here.