SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) I recently had an interview at VCU...my one and possibly only but it happens to be a top choice so I got extremely lucky. However, the interview was supposed to be an hour but mine lasted about 35 minutes. When he asked me if I had any questions for him, I told him I didn't but expressed my desire to attend VCU. I know of some people who already go there and read up on the school so I didn't want to make up a question to which I already knew the answer to. After I walked out, I thought of a TON of things I could've said to explain myself better or something I could have said that would've been an awesome/better answer. I mean, I don't think it went bad. I didn't stumble on my words and provided sincere answers but I'm afraid that I didn't give my interviewer enough for him to advocate for me when my file goes up for review. So I guess my question is, being that my interview was so short, did I blow it?