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Preparing for the college interview Knowing what questions to ask Knowing what questions to anticipate Having a productive interview
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ou ve narrowed down your list of the colleges you want to attend Perhaps you ve already visited them to get a lay of the land But now you ve been invited for an official visit and an interview Now it isn t just about whether you would like to go to this school; it s about whether this school is interested in you In this chapter, we help you prepare for a successful interview; we give you suggestions on what types of questions you should be asking school officials and what types of questions you should anticipate being asked by them; and we give you tips on how to be informed and professional in your interview The rest is up to you!
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At this point in the game, you should have already made your lists of what you need and want in a college You also should have lists of questions to ask students and faculty at the schools you visit (see 11) Your questions will help you make decisions about the schools from both an academic standpoint (for example, does the school have a good department in the major you re considering ) and a social standpoint (for example, are you comfortable on campus ) Now you need to make a list of questions to ask the coaches and athletic directors you visit so you can make informed decisions
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about the schools athletic programs as well In addition, you need to anticipate and write down the questions that these people will ask you After you have a list of questions, practice these question-andanswer sessions with someone (a parent, a high school coach, a mentor) who will give you constructive feedback and suggestions you don t want to be surprised or confused by a question during your official interview The impression you make during your interview will most likely determine whether you receive a letter of admission or rejection So be prepared: Practice, practice, practice! When you ve been officially invited to a college for an interview, research that school s history, traditions, its president, its faculty, its athletic department, its athletic director, and the coach of your sport Be sure to get the correct names and titles of anyone with whom you ll be interviewing (You can look up this information on the college s official Web site) Getting a person s name or title wrong is a terrible way to begin an interview; it s disrespectful and tells that person that you aren t serious about going to her school Find out whether there have been any scandals, any NCAA violations, any student protests or accusations You can find this information at the NCAA s official Web site: 1 Go to wwwncaaorg 2 Click Legislation & Governance 3 Under Helpful Links, click Legislative Services Database (LSDBi) 4 On the left side of the page, click Major Infractions You ll be able to search the database for the school you re interested in In doing your research, your goal isn t to humiliate your interviewers by discussing unpleasant or embarrassing episodes in the school s history Instead, your research will give you broad knowledge about the school s history, traditions, student body, and so on knowledge that will help you make an educated decision about whether or not you want to attend this school, knowledge that will give you extra confidence in the interview (always a plus), and knowledge that will not go unnoticed by your interviewers If your research turns up some potentially negative information, you re entitled to ask questions and get answers particularly
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