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General Resource : Resources for Colleges >> 4. College Interviews

  • Practice Interviews
  • Practice Interviews
    Warming Up for the Hot Seat
    Before you do the real thing, try a practice interview. Invite a family member or friend to practice with you, each of you taking turns as the interviewer and the interviewee. That way, you'll become accustomed to both asking and answering questions.

    Don't Memorize Responses
    Do have some starting points for your answers and questions. Don't memorize a speech so you sound like a robot, though. Preserve your spontaneity and your ability to respond to the interviewer as a real, live person.

    Know What to Expect

    Very often, the questions asked by interviewers are very similar from one college to the next. The admissions staff just wants to make sure that you can speak intelligently about your grades, scores, and goals. They'll ask questions like:


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