Originally posted by chitown23
Hey guys i finally got my interview at Midwestern Chicago and Glendale..weird hwo i got both on the same freaking day..so that completes all schools that i applied to..now i just gotta do that interview at glendale...anyone help me with that?..whats it like..interview open or closed?..i read that interview reponse on SDN for both midwesterns...just need some more help..i just need to know some questiosn they ask...during interviews i seem to like feel as though i dont impress to much...so i need more help..please let me know the types of ?'s they ask..specific too if possible...also for midwestrn chicago..does anyone remember the writing question they ask..i know its not gonna be the same..but atleast i can relate to what it will be about..thank
In the interview feedback I posted for Midwestern in AZ, I let you know it's a closed-file interview, and I gave some pretty specific questions that were asked. You can PM me about whatever else you need to know.
a few more things I left out though:
1. First they'll ask you to tell them about yourself. The more you have to say, the more they'll ask you questions about what you've said, so that leaves them less time to ask other questions that are very off the wall....like be prepared to tell them your favorite (clean) joke. Know your strengths and weaknesses. Think of at least 3 people who you admire and why.
2. Make sure you have researched the school well, and can tell them why you chose to apply to Midwestern (i.e. why it fits you).
3. You will be given a faculty profile sheet before your interview, and you will know who your faculty interviewers are going to be. Try to think of some good questions to ask them.
4. There isn't really a writing assignment, but you will be given a "survey" to fill out before you leave. I can't remember all the specifics, but it asked what you liked best and least about the interview, how it can be improved, and "where do you see yourself in 5 years?" It's not anonymous so take your time, watch your grammar, and be honest.