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- May 21, 2006
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isn't anyone posting on interview feedback?
Hey Teee, I think some poeple arn't posting in interview feedback this early because of the slim chance that Adcoms may read it and figure out who they are. No sense in taking any chances before a decision has been made right? Its probably just being paranoid, but still ....
i think this paranoia is akin to accidentally wearing one brown sock and one black sock during the interview, thinking someone would notice it and judge you right then and there...
Admissions office people do read "interview feedback" -- I've discussed it with them. However, I've been told that most of the negative feedback that comes after decisions come out are vindictive rantings of rejected applicants and thus are not taken seriously.
Admissions office people do read "interview feedback" -- I've discussed it with them...
i was actually thinking the same thing. A comment: I think interview feedback is overrated for preparation if you're using it just for the questions. I think the descriptions on how the day goes are more useful.
I've posted as I've gone. My interviews have all been positive experiences, and if one was negative I wouldn't want to go there anyways.