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Harvard: The Post-Interview Reflection

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Harvard: The Post-Interview Reflection [#permalink] New post 22 Jul 2012, 09:03
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Have the Last Word: The Post-Interview Reflection (conditional on being interviewed)[/i]

From the admissions committee: “Following the interview, candidates are required to submit a written reflection using our online application system. This must be submitted within 24 hours following the completion of the interview. Detailed instructions will be provided to those applicants who are invited to the interview process.”

You must submit a final 400 words of reflection within 24 hours of interviewing. This means that you should do some ground work for this question in advance in order to avoid panic at the last moment.

1. First, before the interview note down any aspects of your profile that you could not cover in your application package: essays, resume, and recommendation letters. For example, you may have two accomplishments that you are proud of but you could share only one due to limited space. Or some of you may itching to share an event or a life experience that had a great role in shaping your character, but could not do so because you did not get a chance . If, by any chance, your interview asks you a question about your influential life experience, here is your opportunity to reflect on your responses in your post reflection statement.

2. Next, during the interview, pay extra attention to the interview’s questions so you can use those questions to formulate your post reflection response.

3. Finally, after the interview, note down all of your responses to interview questions as soon as you can . Now piece together all of your information /ideas and begin formulating your response.

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Harvard: The Post-Interview Reflection   [#permalink] 22 Jul 2012, 09:03
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