School Specific Mock MBA Interviews

Each business school has a specific interview process and questions. Through our mock MBA interviews, we will simulate intensive interview exercises based on real questions asked by the interview panel at each school.
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Review your entire application package

We do a complete assessment of each aspect of your application, right from your essays to test scores. This allows us to understand your background and frame questions that align with your experiences and strengths.
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Simulations based on actual interview questions

Through our experienced team and supportive alumni network, we understand what each school asks and expects during the interview. We prepare you so that you are ready for both the obvious questions and curveballs.
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A unique approach for each institution

Each school’s interview panel is looking for unique characteristics when deciding who to accept. Some are trying to increase professional diversity whereas others are looking for someone with strong leadership traits. We help you articulate your relevant experiences in a way that resonates with the values and brand of the school.
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Rigorous Mock Interviews With Our Experienced Experts

Our Graduate Coach will schedule a 60-minute call to conduct a mock interview. It will test your readiness and help you understand how to improve your pitch, modulation, and intonation. It may be Wharton’s team-based simulations or Columbia’s industry analysis questions, we will cover all aspects of the interview so that you put your best foot forward on the big day.

Our Extensive Experience Helping Candidates Ace MBA interviews

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Who Would’ve Thought Acing An Interview Would Be So Easy!

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Success Stories from Our Alumni

“I used Inspira in order to prep for my interview with Fuqua, and they had such a good system we were able to get through almost 30 different questions in an hour. The mock interview ended up being super helpful because in my real interview, almost every question that was asked I had already practiced with Inspira.”


GMAT Score: 730
GPA: 3.7
Accepted to:
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“The Inspira interview prep was super helpful in figuring out what experiences I wanted to highlight in my interview. I was originally hesitant to talk about my international experience because I didn’t know how to talk about it in an admissions interview, but with Inspira’s help I was able to find ways to articulate my background and show why my experience would help the program. Thanks a ton! Because of you all, I was so confident and the interview went really well”


GMAT Score: 710
GPA: 3.2
Accepted to:
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“I was so nervous about the Wharton team interview, but it felt totally manageable after prepping with the Inspira team. I’m usually pretty good with one-on-one interviews, but always get so nervous and psych myself out for group interviews so I knew I needed some extra help to prep for Wharton. The mock interviews we did were really similar to what ended up happening during my real interview, but most of all the interview prep was such a confidence booster. I was able to go into the group interview feeling prepared and confident with none of my usual group interview anxieties. Their interview prep for Wharton was such a game changer for me, I would highly recommend this service especially to people struggling with group interviews.”


GMAT Score: 700
GPA: 3.6
Accepted to:
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“I owe my HBS admit to the Inspira team! We went through so many questions and situation analyses before the real interview that I was on top of my game. Jack and Inspira’s network in the adcom community meant that their interview prep is informed by what schools are looking for in interviews with applicants, so I knew exactly what to expect for my real interview. Definitely recommend Inspira to others preparing to interview at top schools.”


GMAT Score: 740
GPA: 3.7
Accepted to:
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“For anyone who has an MBA interview coming up, I would suggest going through this interview prep. When I had my first interview with Haas, I didn’t properly prepare and assumed it would be similar to the job interviews I’ve had in the past, which I generally did pretty well on. It did not go well, and I quickly learned I needed to do more MBA-specific interview prep. I began to work with Inspira to prepare for interviews at different schools, and their advice, tactics, techniques and answering templates were so helpful. I only wish I had known about them in R1 before my Haas interview!”


GMAT Score: 700
GPA: 3.3
Accepted to:
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You Are Just A Step Away From Being Accepted

You will receive an email once you checkout with next steps on how to provide more information about your application and schedule a call with our Graduate Coach


School-Specific Interview Simulation

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Do you do ‘blind’ or ‘non-blind’ interviews?

Depending on the school you’re interviewing at, we do both. In case you’re wondering what ‘blind’ and ‘non-blind’ interviews mean - ‘blind’ interviews are those where the interviewer has not seen your entire application before the interview. They have only seen your resume. Non-blind interviews are those where your interviewer has access to the entire application.

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Do most schools have blind or non-blind interviews?

Most schools have blind interviews. Harvard Business School and MIT Sloan are two notable exceptions - they believe the interviewer should know everything about the interviewee before they meet.

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I am not interviewing at Harvard Business School or MIT Sloan. Do I still need to provide all my documents to you?

Yes, in order to ask you good questions, we need to review your entire application. Please submit all your files in .docx or .pdf format.

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When should I book my mock interview?

Please book mock interviews early. This service usually gets booked very fast, so don’t delay your decision. Please book this service as soon as you know you’ll be interviewing at a particular institution.

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When will you provide feedback on my interview?

We will provide feedback right after the interview. We understand that there usually isn’t a lot of time to prepare for interviews, so we want to make sure you have enough time to get better.

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How will you help me for group interviews such as the one at Wharton?

We help you prepare arguments that you can use to bring forth your perspectives on the big day. We also prepare you to play the role of group leader during your interview. Finally, Wharton’s group interview is followed by a one-on-one interview. We help you prepare for that as well.

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