If you can self-identify a weakness (e.g. fewer years of work experience, low test scores, etc.), think about your action plan to enter the program as prepared as possible. You may want to consider things such as shadowing a senior leader for a few days or taking self-study courses in specific areas.
Show school pride.
Although the interviewer is evaluating you on your potential in the classroom, they are also evaluating you as a contributor to the UNC Kenan-Flagler community. Think about how you can demonstrate your commitment to the program and how you can add value to the overall mission.
Top 3 things.
A typical interview can be 45 – 60 minutes with multiple topics discussed. Before you depart, be sure to highlight the most important aspects of your candidacy. Think about the top three things you think are most relevant for the committee to know as they evaluate your overall application.
Lastly, relax! The interviewer will want to learn about your background, but they’ll also seek to know you as a person. Be formal, but comfortable.