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Hello, I am a Sr mgr managing operations for an outsourced UK process in a third party contact center. I have an overall 15 years of experience in this industry. I have been thinking to upgrade my skills by taking up a part time MBA more like an online course as my current work responsibilities do not allow me to constantly be off over the weekend, neither am I in situation to leave my job and take up a full time MBA course. I have recently received calls on a following course – Executive Programme in Project Management from IIM, Rohtak and as I was looking at completing PMP certification, I wanted to clarify if this online course from IIM Rohtak is worth taking up instead of PMP. Can you throw some light to help me decide if I should go for this course or consider an alternate option or just go for PMP certification?
This guide is designed to help Johnson MBA applicants to prepare for their interview, complete with a list of the most common Cornell MBA interview questions. The typical Johnson MBA interview is 30 to 50 minutes long. It can be given by either a second year student, alumni or an admissions committee member. It is even possible to get an interview with an adcom member while a second year student is observing for interview training purposes. Interviews can take place on campus, off-campus or over Skype. Expect the interview to be semi-blind, which means that they have seen your resume but probably nothing else. The Cornell MBA interview questions below are organized from most common question to least common, with the frequency it is asked in parenthesis.