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The interview isn't really something to get "ready" for. I promise you they're all really friendly and the interview was actually really nice. I enjoyed it. Just take it easy and it'll be fine. They won't ask you something out of the blue. Everything they ask would be something you should already know. If you have any specific questions, don't hesitate to ask.
I don't know any other threads related to this topic other than this one. Good luck!
Also, keep in mind you got an interview which means your past stage one. They already like what they see in the application so just keep cool to prove their first impressions were correct. You'll do great!
The question I asked her was "do you get any Arabs in the program or is it really rare?" (since I'm Arab) It was the first thing that came to mind since I didn't expect her to ask me if I had any questions. Like you, I didn't want to say "no thanks, no questions."
You could ask her about housing, job opportunities, or specific things about courses and classes we might take. I'm not sure really. If you're really out of ideas, I don't think it would hurt if you say something like "I've actually researched the program thoroughly enough, I already have answers to everything I wanted to know." Or anything similar that's respectful and shows you really care about getting in and are interested in the program.
She actually asked me the question a second time and I really was out of ideas and I did actually say "no thanks, I'm good" :p
I have almost the same Profile infro. as yours. GPA 3.7 Major: Journalism GMAT: 680 with 4.0 AWA Working experiences: 3 years in financial industry in China.
I applied on Mar. 16 and did not receive any response yet. Also, a bit nervous about the incoming result.
Thats awesome ccn! Congrats!
How long is it taking USC to invite you for the interview after you apply? I completed my application on March 1 and haven't heard from them yet and I'm getting a little nervous. My stats aren't really great or really bad, just kind of in the middle.
GPA UC San Diego 3.6 San Diego CC 3.14 (I was a transfer student) Cumulative around 3.35
GMAT 680 (90% verbal/60%quant) 4.5 AWA
How long did it take you guys to hear from USC regarding the interview invite or rejection notice : ( How do my stats look?
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