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So I just had my Dartmouth Alumni Interview today. And I think it went okay. I don't really know though. It was the first time I had been interviewed for anything (never had a job interview or any other college interview before). I literally got a call yesterday asking me if I was available at 9:00am for an interview this morning, so I didn't have a lot of time to prepare and I never had a practice interview. I obviously wasn't going to say no to the interview because I think it would look bad on my application if I denied an interview (also the interviewer even told me that because I went to the interview, it shows I took initiative and that I really want to come to the school). I was kind of hoping I wouldn't be called for an interview though haha, oh well.
Anyway, I want to hear about your guys' interviews. How'd they go? Where'd you have them (mine was Panera, which was neat since I haven't gone there in a while and I got a bagel and coffee afterward)? Do you think it helped or hurt your application?