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New post 06 Feb 2013, 14:58
So I already have some decent interview experience, but in general what can I expect from my USC Interview for the masters of accounting?
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New post 08 Feb 2013, 14:37
There was another thread from a few years ago that suggested it would be laid back but I just interviewed and found this was completely not the case, at least for mine. Maybe it's because I have a really low GPA compared to all the people on this site with 3.7s who said the interview was easy. I have plenty of interview experience and usually do well, but halfway through my interview, she appeared to be exasperated and it was clear she was not happy.

I hope my advice will be of help to you. Be specific when backing up your claims. Sometimes I become self-conscious about talking too much, so I found myself cutting my answers short, but did not properly back up my claims about myself with specific instances. There was a tone of annoyance in her voice when she asked me to elaborate so, please be specific. Also, I talked about things I did not have on my resume (to keep it one page), and she did not respond so well to that either. So as best as you can, stick to your application instead of blindsiding them with new information.

Maybe I caught her on a bad day. I hope you fare better
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