Interview Advice

<p>Hi guys, I have an interview in a few days (international student) and I was wondering if anyone who has experience could give me some advice.</p>

<p>Also surely it can't seriously hurt me to have this interview right (within reason of course)?</p>

<p>Sorry if these questions are a bit naive.</p>

<p>Thanks for any responses</p>

<p>Hey Mandatory =D
I haven't had my Dartmouth interview yet. Ok, I'll be frank- I've just had one interview (Harvard), but the thing is- they're really more like a 'meeting' than an 'interrogation'.</p>

<p>Don't sweat it. I did, and later on I realised that was the only thing that prevented my interviewer from turning out better than it actually did. I'm not sure about the impression I gave but the reality is I had enjoyed it to the core and I'll just take that experience with me regardless of the decision that ultimately comes out in April.</p>

<p>Also, consider this more like an opportunity for YOU to learn about the school than the other way round. Am not suggesting you literally drive the interviewer nuts with questions, but I'm sure we all have this curiosity at the pit of our stomach to know what its like to spend a couple of years at schools like Dartmouth- so try to satiate it. </p>

<p>Lastly, please remember the interview is NOT the defining aspect of your application. its one of many. </p>

<p>Yep, I'm pretty much done acting like I know it all now haha XD Good luck, and just enjoy it. Tell them everything you want them to know about you, trust me, at the end of the day that's the only thing that can help you get in.</p>

<p>PS- I'm an international =D</p>