<p>Thanks in advance!</p>
<p>yes, the interviewer told me beforehand taht he wanted a CV.</p>
<p>My daughter did not bring one, and the interviewer didn't ask for one. I would certainly not give it to the interviewer unless they ask. But you could bring a resume and keep it in your pocket or bag or folder, just in case.</p>
<p>I think it depends on the interviewer...mine specifically told me not to bring anything.
My interview is actually tomorrow... o_O</p>
<p>Unless the interviewer specifically says NOT to bring it, I would just print one out. Then if s/he asks for it you can give it to them, or if they don't ask, you can ask them if they want one.</p>
<p>My S brought one to his two interviews (different colleges). Both interviewers zeroed in on his hobbies and talked about them quite a bit.</p>
<p>my local alumni committee sent out pre-interview forms that they wanted us to fill out, and it had room for SAT and AP scores, and lists of extracurricular activities and of course GPA, so i didn't feel a resume was necessary</p>
<p>Mine asked for a transcript and test scores (...?), so I'm bringing a r</p>
<p>I'm afraid I don't quite understand why interviewers would desire your transcript or resume.
The whole point of the interview is to give your application a new aspect other than your scores and essays right? So why would a transcript even be necessary?
Also, you are a walking resume. You shouldn't need a piece of paper to explain the activities you feel most strongly about...</p>
<p>I just follow the instructions. :p But yes, I agree with you.</p>
<p>At the beginning of my interview today, the first thing they wanted was for me to verify my name, address, and test scores. I think part of it is a security issue, as odd as that sounds.</p>
<p>My interviewer just called a set a day for the interview, it was essentially a conversation, and the notepad the interviewer brought didn't even get notes written on it.</p>
<p>There were no queries as to scores or massive interest in my CV</p>