MOCK INTERVIEW FOR MBA APPLICATION
It’s likely that you’ll be asked to attend an interview with the university if your initial application is successful. This can be daunting, especially if English is your second language. Fortunately, our team is on hand to provide interview training to increase your chances of scoring highly during the interview.
MOCK INTERVIEW FOR MBA APPLICATION
MBA courses are now extremely competitive. Due to this, it’s likely that you’ll be asked to attend an interview with the university if your initial application is successful. This can be daunting, especially if English is your second language. Fortunately, our team is on hand to provide interview training to increase your chances of scoring highly during the interview.
(a) Our careers expert will first need you to send a copy of your most recent CV, as well as a link to the course that you have applied for.
(b) The careers expert will use this information to prepare questions for the mock interview.
(c) Both standard questions (i.e., general questions) and non-standard questions (i.e., specific to your professional background) will be prepared, and since creating these questions takes time, please provide advanced notice of when you’d like to have your mock interview.
(d) We’ll arrange a time for our careers expert and yourself to conduct the mock interview (typically, we use Skype).
(e) The mock interview will take place (lasting approximately 45 minutes), with both parties treating the event as if it were the real thing.
(f) The service will conclude with a 15-minute feedback session, during which your mock interviewer will explain what you did well, and how you can improve in the future.
Price: The price for each mock interview is 75.00 GBP, which includes the preparation of non-standard practice questions.
Further Mock Interviews: After you finish the first mock interview, you’ll have the option of booking more sessions. This is a great idea for candidates who want to improve their answers, fluency, and confidence, and who also want to apply the feedback and coaching received during the first session. If you book further interviews, we’ll ensure that the non-standard questions you receive are different, which will allow you to prepare as thoroughly as you can for the real interview.
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Unsure if we are suitable?
Send us a small amount of words from your own work. A first time customer is welcome to send 200 words for a free sample for either proofreading, heavy editing proofreading or paraphrasing. This is not a discount and it should be sent in advance of your full work so that you can test the quality and check if the service can benefit you.
Who is checking my document?
All our proofreaders must have the following before we consider their application: Native English speaker, Graduated in UK / Ireland universities, Excellent command of English. We have strict testing criteria before allowing them to join in order to ensure that all our team is composed of the strongest proofreaders.
What is your turnaround?
Normally we need 24 hours for any document 1 – 3000 words for proofreading or heavy editing or 2500 words for paraphrasing. However, although 24 hours is the normal minimum deadline this can change in busy times according to the availability of editors. In peak months such as April, August and September we normally needed a longer turnaround time. Additionally on other days per year we may need a longer deadline from you if it is very busy. It is also advisable to leave as much time as possible. If you have a short deadline please still feel free to ask whether we can do it. We sometimes have editors who are available for short notice documents. It is best to send the document when asking to save time.
I have a very long dissertation and my deadline is too short.
You do not have to send us your whole essay all at once. Once you have finished each section, you can send us that section for proofreading. We can be proofreading this section – e.g. your introduction – while you are writing another section e.g. your method.
Have more questions?
For a full list of Frequently Asked Questions please visit our FAQ Page.