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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.