Phone or In-person interview?

<p>Hi all, so I just received an email about alumni interview. Because I am an international student, they offer me a phone interview. But I personally don't feel very comfortable if I can't see the person whom I am talking to.. Do you guys think that I should try to request an in-person interview if there is any interviewer in my area? Will this request give them a bag image of me? </p>

<p>I don't really know what should do. I had phone interviews with other colleges and they were not great because I couldn't hear clearly. Princeton is the college I really want to go so I don't mind traveling a little bit..</p>

<p>I have an interview with a princeton alumni tomorrow, and I’m an international student too. I don’t know if you can get an in-person interview. In case you do not get it, you should try googling your interviewer. They’re usually people who have accomplished something and by reading some of their profiles, you could get an idea as to what the person is like. I mean, it would be better than not knowing them at all. Hope it helps. Good luck. Live long and prosper. Ciao.</p>

<p>I have a feeling that if there was an appropriate alumni interviewer in the area, you would have probably been offered one. It doesn’t hurt to ask, but the answer is probably no.</p>