Interviews are conducted on an invitation-only basis and one is required before admission can be offered. Applications are reread following the interview, comments are added, and then the Admissions Committee decides whether to make an admission offer.
Interviews are rarely the deciding factor in an admissions decisions; instead, they typically mirror or round out information already provided in the application. We are interested in getting to know you as an individual and understanding how you'll fit into the next class. We assess your communication skills, social skills and readiness for our program.
The test consists of three parts- Quantitative section, the Analytical Writing Assessment, and Verbal Section.
1. GMAT Analytical Writing Assessment: the test begins with this section (AWA). Two writing tasks are included in this section- Analysis of an Argument and Analysis of an Issue. 30 minutes are allotted to complete each essay.
2. GMAT Quantitative Section: an optional 10 minute break is there after the AWA. This section has 37 questions (multiple choice questions). The questions are of two types- Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving. Time allotted is 75 minutes.
3. Verbal Section: a second optional 10 minutes break is there after which this section begins. There are 41 multiple choice questions in his section. The questions are of three types- Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension. Time allotted is 75 minutes.