After reading the info on ClearAdmit's Wiki and Accepted.com that Sloan interviewers can be "poker-faced," I prepared for the worst. Surprisingly, the adcom lady who interviewed me was very personable. If she hadn't been exhausted from a day's work (I was her last interview of the day), I might have even described her as "bubbly." :-)
As brownoski had warned me, the first thing she did was rip open my transcripts. "Let's see here..." (*gulp* Not my lowest grade! Please don't bring up that class!) I received a couple quick and *painless* questions.
Next was the juicy stuff. "Tell me about a project at work that you co-managed... How did you feel?... What would you say the impact was to the client?... How did they react?"
- "Tell me about a project at work within the last year that you're proud of... What did you specifically learn from it?"
- "What's a personal goal you've set for yourself within the last 2 years?"
- "Why Sloan?"
- "I read about [this] in your app and loved the story behind it. Can you tell me more about it?... How did the members feel about that?... Why did you fail at that point?... How do you feel about the outcome?"
- "Why do you want to go to the east coast?... Are you sure you wouldn't mind moving east?" <- It seems most Californians are all about Cali pride. Totally understandable. West Coast, babyyyy!! lol.
Then it was over. We both walked to our cars, shook hands, and bid each other adieu. "Decisions will be out April 3rd" was the last thing I heard her say.