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Interview Tom.

shymanshyman Registered User Posts: 111 Junior Member
edited January 2010 in Georgetown University
What to say? What not to say? What did you say? Why Geogretown?
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Replies to: Interview Tom.

  • moralitycougarmoralitycougar Registered User Posts: 144 Junior Member
    My interviewer just went through a list of questions about me.. That part went pretty quickly. It was when I started asking questions that the interview became more interesting, and that part took up the most time. So I'd have a few stock questions, and then the rest should just come up naturally in conversation.

    Good luck!
  • VetoforVetofor Registered User Posts: 37 Junior Member
    I agree entirely with Moralitycougar - my rule of thumb is to prepare 10 "back up" questions to ask the interviewer. Be yourself. Don't be (too) nervous (I shouldn't be talking, though, I was very nervous for my own interview.) Don't order an overly complicated drink, dress nicely, get there extremely early, just in case, etc.
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