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Princeton Interview questions & answers....

clingcling Registered User Posts: 121 Junior Member
edited February 2006 in Princeton University
What are the questions usually askes during interviews?

What's the best approach to answering those questions?

If the interviewer asks: do you have any questions? What kind of questions should we ask? and what kinds of questions should be avoided?
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Replies to: Princeton Interview questions & answers....

  • jcr182jcr182 Registered User Posts: 296 Junior Member
    just be yourself; usually the interviews are just conversations. They are actually enjoyable
  • robotFOODrobotFOOD Registered User Posts: 957 Member
    what he said.
  • xsuubiexxsuubiex . Posts: 498 Member
    no 2 interviws are alike
  • QueenOfFijiQueenOfFiji Registered User Posts: 42 Junior Member

    My Princeton interview: (I'm a RD applicant)

    Interviewer: 20 something--just graduated in the past few years, very excited about Princeton.

    very few questions, he ended up asking me what other interviewers had asked because he couldn't think of any questions.

    He took no notes and would not accept a resume or DVD of my piano performance because he was not allowed to ( you might want to bring resume anyhow)

    I told him I was applying to Yale, Harvard and U Chicago as well. He asked "Why Princton?--Chicago and Princeton seem to be at the bottom of the list."

    Asked me in detail about ECs.

    Sorry can't remeber much more. But try to have fun and try to be truly interested in what they're saying.
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