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On campus interview

Wilson1013Wilson1013 Registered User Posts: 37 Junior Member
edited August 2010 in Wake Forest University
my interview is tomorrow and i am trying to prepare myself. any advice? i understand i need to go in there and be myself but i just wanted to know if anyone knows anything that i should know before i walk in there....thanks
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Replies to: On campus interview

  • Wilson1013Wilson1013 Registered User Posts: 37 Junior Member
    bumpppppppppp
  • willmingtonwavewillmingtonwave Registered User Posts: 3,344 Senior Member
    Be prepared to ask the interviewer some questions. But yes, you are right: relax and be yourself.
  • elizabethjelizabethj Registered User Posts: 37 Junior Member
    I had mine two weeks ago
  • elizabethjelizabethj Registered User Posts: 37 Junior Member
    I'm going to be honest, people try and tell you that interviews are scary and they drill you with questions but that's completely wrong. My interview was in late july and the admissions counselor I had was extremely easy to connect with. Instead of drilling me with questions, it was more like a conversation that you'd have with a teacher trying to get to know you. The gist of our conversation was about one of the summer jobs I had that impressed him, we talked about Winston-Salem for a while, and then maybe be a little familiar with current events. I only say the current events part because I implied on my application that current events were important to me so he hinted some questions (more general) about current events.

    Apart from all of that, talk like you would normally. Don't try and use language to impress. Its a normal conversation from one human being to another.

    Hope this helps.
  • Brave UlyssesBrave Ulysses Registered User Posts: 671 Member
    Be prepared to answer , " what are you reading?"

    Relax and have a regular conversation , I knew my daughter was doing ok when I heard her laughing during her interview ,while I was in the waiting room.
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