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Bryn Mawr Interview

WZLYLOVERWZLYLOVER Registered User Posts: 84 Junior Member
edited January 2009 in Bryn Mawr College
How is your Bryn Mawr interview?
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  • sonjanicky29sonjanicky29 Registered User Posts: 108 Junior Member
    Mine went very well! My interviewer was wonderful and i really enjoyed talking to her.
  • zoosermomzoosermom Registered User Posts: 26,105 Senior Member
    When is the appropriate time to interview?
  • WZLYLOVERWZLYLOVER Registered User Posts: 84 Junior Member
    what do you mean? i had my interview around 6 pm, most of the interviews are around this time. i am having a harvard interview this week at 6 pm too ^_^
  • superwomansuperwoman Registered User Posts: 751 Member
    i thought it was too late to request an interview? Does anyone know when that deadline is?
  • WZLYLOVERWZLYLOVER Registered User Posts: 84 Junior Member
    the deadline was dec 15th... i requested it around jan 5th and i got an interview... i think it was because i am in nyc, and it was easier to get an interviewer, that's why i got it.
  • superwomansuperwoman Registered User Posts: 751 Member
    lucky! I live in Boston but I thought I wouldn't be able to request an interview so I never did...grr! O well, good luck!
  • WZLYLOVERWZLYLOVER Registered User Posts: 84 Junior Member
    Superwoman, you are from Boston? I love Boston... are you applying to Wellesley? I think i saw your posts on the Barnard board too. I will applying to wellesley and barnard also. ^_^
  • superwomansuperwoman Registered User Posts: 751 Member
    Yep! I love it too but NY is soo much better. I was going to apply to Wellesley but decided not to after spending overnight for the alana night. so fun! But I don't know; I didn't feel like I'd love it there. It's gorgeous but too secluded. I love Barnard though! Great location! & Bryn Mawr I haven't seen yet but the pictures are worth more then 1, 000 words (lol). Have you been to Wellesley or Bryn Mawr yet to visit?
  • b@r!um[email protected]!um Registered User Posts: 10,310 Senior Member
    superwomen, if you have any questions about Bryn Mawr's campus or the surrounding area, please let me know!
  • zoosermomzoosermom Registered User Posts: 26,105 Senior Member
    what do you mean? i had my interview around 6 pm, most of the interviews are around this time. i am having a harvard interview this week at 6 pm too ^_^
    No, I mean when in the process. My daughter is a junior thinking ahead.
  • sonjanicky29sonjanicky29 Registered User Posts: 108 Junior Member
    I am applying to all of the sister schools myself lol. I cannot ,however, visit most of them. I visited Barnard over the summer because i was at an orientation there but not Wellesley or Bryn Mawr although i would love to!Bryn Mawr seems like a beautiful campus and my interviewer really went into detail about it.
  • superwomansuperwoman Registered User Posts: 751 Member
    [email protected]!um-I definetly do! How is the social life there, is there alot to do in the city around Bryn Mawr? I'm extremely interested in helping out with this organization called Girls Inc. which I am a part of now. I just recently found out there is a Girls Inc of Greater Philadelphia and South New Jersey but I'm not sure if that would be close to Bryn Mawr. Have you every heard of this organization or been involved with it? Also, I currently attend a high school that is completely predominantly Caucasian, there's only 2% of minorities. I wanted to know if there is diversity at Bryn Mawr?
  • superwomansuperwoman Registered User Posts: 751 Member
    in terms of race i mean. Like is their racial variety there?
  • WZLYLOVERWZLYLOVER Registered User Posts: 84 Junior Member
    superwomen, i went to the alana night too!!! but i went there one day before (Saturday) and stayed with a wellesley girl i know. went to the alana thing on Sunday and left on that day-- didn't sleep there, cuz of the school on monday. i applyed to Wellesley ED but got deferred. I am from NYC, so yea, i've visited Barnard for a couple of times already. And i went to Bryn Mawr last summer.
  • WZLYLOVERWZLYLOVER Registered User Posts: 84 Junior Member
    zoosermom- i think most of the schools only offer interviews to seniors. most ivy only contact you after you've submited your application and not everyone can get an interview, it depends on where you are. for other liberal arts schools like bryn mawr and wellesley, you can request an interview even before you apply (in your senior year i believe).
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