So I had an interview on campus at Wake Forest and I don't think I did spectacularly well. And by spectacularly well I mean leaning towards the bad side. Most of the questions were easy enough-normal questions about my classes and extracurriculars-but then my interrogator through some curve balls at me.
Interviewer- "What book truly embodies you and why?"
haha I am just kidding I didn't actually say that but I think I got off on a tangent and didn't really answer the question. We kind of laughed it off when I said I got a little off topic there but I can't help but think that this hurt me (to give you an idea I mentioned a book about European colonization). In retrospect, it was a bit awkward and she looked at me pretty funny. I also found myself pausing more often than normal as I was pretty nervous. So I guess what I am getting at is is how much can a bad interview hurt? The rest of my application is pretty solid, especially my supplements, but I know that Wake Forest puts a large emphasis on the interview. Any thoughts?