Our 1-hour mock interview service will prepare you for the challenging admissions interview conducted by top business schools. Our interview coach will review your resume, application form and will conduct a Skype or telephone mock interview with you. Your coach will provide insightful feedback and actionable advice on how to improve your interview performance at the end of your interview. You can purchase our mock interview package as a standalone service or together with our suite of interview preparation videos to achieve the best results.
Price includes 1-hour phone or skype mock interview and a feedback session with one of our interview experts.
When scheduling a mock interview, you will be asked to select three preferred experts from the list below.
Marquis Parker holds an A.B. in Computer Science from Princeton University (1999 graduate), an M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business (2006 graduate), an M.A. in Education from the Stanford University School of Education (2006 graduate), and an M.S. in Management of Information Technology from the University of Virginia (2003 graduate). After earning his MBA, Marquis began his business career at McKinsey & Company as a Management Consultant. Currently, Marquis is a Vice President in the Office of the Chief Executive Officer of Aon Corporation, a $10B+ firm focused on risk management, reinsurance, and human capital advisory. Marquis is an active participant in the Princeton University Alumni Schools Committee, where he interviews candidates for undergraduate admission to his alma mater. In addition, he has coached 100+ candidates in preparation for admissions interviews at top-20 graduate business programs. And, from a professional interviewing perspective, he has extensive experience interviewing candidates for strategy-related roles from his time at McKinsey and Aon.
Santiago Rodriguez de Miguel graduated in 2000 from Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (ICADE E-3) in Madrid with a double degree in Business and Law and in 2009 from the Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley where he got his MBA. Santiago's expertise covers general Marketing and Product Management, Entrepreneurship and Online marketing. He has worked for L'Oreal in Spain and salesforce.com in San Francisco, and collaborated as a freelance with several start-ups in the US and Spain. He is currently in charge of Customer acquisition and Social media in the online private sales club Privalia. Santiago has participated in the Haas Alumni Interviewer Program, helping select candidates for the MBA full time program
Beatka Zakrzewski is a 2010 graduate from MIT Sloan. Since graduating from Sloan, Beatka has worked in Sales Operations at Biogen Idec where she manages the incentive compensation for over 250 sales professionals. Before joining Sloan, Beatka worked in Corporate Finance at GlaxoSmithKline and was a transfer pricing consultant for KPMG. Beatka earned her undergraduate degree from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service where she graduated with magna cum laude honors.
Nicole Tilzer received her MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, with a focus on Marketing and International Business. She has her Bachelor of Science degree from New York University's Stern School of Business, also focusing in Marketing, with a minor concentration in Dramatic Literature. Nicole spent several years working in experiential event marketing on the agency side, at US Concepts, where she built national programs for clients such as Johnnie Walker and Crown Royal. Most recently Nicole joined The Coca-Cola Company and has worked as an Associate Brand Manager on Full Throttle energy drink and POWERADE, transitioning earlier this year to Brand Manager on Coke Zero. From an interviewing perspective, Nicole was an active member of the Marketing Club at Kellogg where she participated in and lead interviewing prep groups, and is now the Kellogg lead for MBA recruiting at Coca-Cola.
Jeff Bernstein graduated from The Cooper Union in New York City with Bachelor's (2005) and Masters (2006) Degrees in Civil Engineering and received his MBA from Harvard Business School in 2009. Jeff has experience in transportation infrastructure finance and strategy, program and project management, and technical engineering design. He currently leads an internal financial and strategic analysis unit at Metro-North Railroad, a subsidiary of New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Adam Kurland graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2001 with a degree in economics, and from Columbia University's Graduate School of Business, with an MBA, in 2010. While at Columbia, Adam was Co-President of the Military in Business Association, and was trained by the admissions office to counsel applicants throughout the application and interview processes. In addition to having served as a commissioned officer in the United States Army, Adam has professional experience in municipal finance and equity research, and is currently a consultant for Capgemini's North American Financial Services Practice, where he specializes in process improvement and organizational change.
Interview English Practice
Great for international applicants!
This lesson package offers three ways to empower you to succeed in English in any interview.
- Work through a 90-minute English lesson with content focused on interviewing with a qualified English teacher.
- Learn about cultural and body language aspects of interviewing in the US and how to avoid common communication pitfalls.
- Get feedback from the teacher on your English in a 60-minute mock interview session. Real-time suggestions for improvement give you the tools to sound more natural, relaxed and confident in your interview.
Aryea Aranoff graduated in 2002 from Columbia University in New York with a degree in religion and in 2009 from the Wharton School in Philadelphia, PA, where he got his MBA. Aryea's expertise covers finance, banking, and economics. He has worked for Rodman and Renshaw, a boutique investment bank in New York City, and is currently a consultant for McKinsey & Co. Aryea has interviewed candidates for the Wharton School's MBA program and for various employment opportunities.
Chioma Isiadinso is a former Harvard Business School admissions board member and former director of admissions at Carnegie Mellon University. She is currently the CEO of EXPARTUS, LLC
, a global admission consulting company with over 90% admission success rate, and the author of The Best Business Schools' Admissions Secrets. She is available on Facebook or Twitter to answer your MBA admissions questions and invites you to subscribe to her monthly newsletter.
Aaron is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and served in the Army for 5 years. Aaron was an infantry and tank platoon leader in Iraq (05-07), and was awarded the Bronze Star for combat service in the "Triangle of Death" before becoming a Civil Affairs Officer in the Babel Province of Iraq. Upon leaving the military, Aaron enrolled in a dual degree program at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government (MPA/ID) and Columbia Business School (MBA). He spent this past year working in international development and fighting corruption in Tanzania. Aaron is an Education Pioneers Fellow and is a Senior Consultant at Deloitte?s Strategy and Operations office in NYC.
Maya Rozenblat received her dual BA in International Affairs and Russian from the George Washington University, graduating magna cum laude in 2006. She went on to work for a privately owned direct response agency, THD, Inc., in account management for a portfolio of non-profit clients. Maya received her MBA from Columbia Business School in 2010. While at school, she served on various club boards as an officer, organized a Social Enterprise trip to Argentina for 20 MBAs as a first year student, and was the co-chair of the Columbia Women in Business (CWIB) Conference as a second year student. After graduating, she worked as a project manager of a Fortune 500 healthcare distributor on Long Island. Currently, she holds a position in business development & strategy at American Express in New York City. Maya's background covers marketing, account management, non-profit and business development. She currently participates in the Columbia Ambassador Program as an alumni interviewer for MBA applicants.
Andrew Holmes received his MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He has been with Barclays Corporate in London for several years, and he currently heads up a product team in the Trade Finance business. He worked in International Development for five years prior to business school. Andrew interviews candidates for the Trade Finance business in Barclays, and has experience interviewing for various private and public orgnaizations.
Uri Mariash is a 2009 graduate from MIT Sloan. After graduation he joined Cisco Systems for a business development role where he led the expansion of Cisco's collaboration products into Easter Europe and the middle east. Prior to working at Sloan, he served as an officer in the Intelligence Corps in Israel after graduating with a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and an M.Sc. in Biomedical Engineering from Tel Aviv University.. In past years he has been actively assisting MBA candidates through Aringo.com by helping them with their applications and interviews. He has worked with applicants to the top MBA schools in Europe and the U.S.
Sachin Nanavati graduated in 2004 from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor with a degree in Economics and received his MBA from Columbia Business School in 2010. Sachin's expertise includes Healthcare Management, Entrepreneurship and Marketing. He has worked in sales and marketing roles at Novartis Pharmaceuticals and GlaxoSmithKline and as a management consultant for IMS Consulting Group. He is currently the Co-founder and CEO of healthcare startup, Docphin.com. Sachin has also participated as the Columbia Business School Ambassador Program, conducting interviews for prospective candidates for the MBA program