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how my interview went

tennisgirl1003tennisgirl1003 Posts: 84Registered User Junior Member
edited January 2007 in Prep School Admissions
well i think my interview went good. we talked on the phone for about 50 minutes. the girl i was talking 2 told me about the school she was impressed with my volunteering and then we talked about doctors going 2 different countires to help poor kkids becasue thats what i want 2 do when i get older- and her son does that currently then we taked about concord and boston i think it went pretty well lol how did everone elses interviews go?
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Replies to: how my interview went

  • AliJAliJ Posts: 113Registered User Junior Member
    did she ask you "why Concord" or was she trying to Sell Concord to you? Were you able to give her a sense of yourself? Who was leading the conversation?

    By the way, for my information, what do you think about Concord? what is its reputation? What kind of a school is it?

    My D applied there and it is probably the only school on her list that I am a bit un-sure about.
  • blairtblairt Posts: 1,735Registered User Senior Member
    which interviewer did you have w/ SPS
  • tennisgirl1003tennisgirl1003 Posts: 84Registered User Junior Member
    i think concord NH is a grat town i wnet there before and its beaustiful bliart i dont remember her name maybe susan or something. who did you have?
  • sangzogsangzog Posts: 89Registered User Junior Member
    I did my interview with Concord just 5 minutes ago. It's great that you talked for so long with the adcom! Mine lasted just above 30 minutes and I thought it was long LOL The adcom first started talking about my areas of interest, and how I can pursue these things in CA. She talked about Cross Country team in CA for a while, and how my first encounter with Cross Country is similar to those athletes in the team. She mentioned several music programs as well, and how many music courses I can take per semester.. I had interviews with Hill, and Loomis Chaffee so far with Peddie and Mercersburg left over; I think Concord interview stressed more on my interest and goals, rather than personal informations. I could've done it better, but it was like.. 5:30 in the morning, so I think I talked all over the place :) Oh well, I'll just hope for the best..Good luck Tennisgirl :)
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