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I just auditioned for the MT program at Syracuse. I was wondering if anyone could help me "decode" a few things. I heard a couple students (who seemed pretty talented) say that the faculty asked them why they wanted to go to Syracuse during the sining/monologue part of their audition. Other students said they auditors simply said "Thank you" and others said they asked if the student had any questions and said they were free to go. Does this mean anything significant?
I didnt get asked why I was choosing to major in MT or liked Syracuse. I was stopped halfway through my monologue and asked to do an acting exercise during the rest of it. But then the they just asked me if I had any questions and told me I was free to go. Does this have any significant bearing? Do they usually only asked questions to students they think they are considering?