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Bryant & Stratton College Interview Tips

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The goal at Bryant & Stratton College is to prepare students for the rigors of their chosen career. That journey starts at the that first interview before enrollment. The tips provided here aid in presenting yourself as emblematic of the ideals, your chosen institute of learning espouses.

Expressing your desire to be accepted by that specific school, live and in person is critical. It’s important to give your interviewer the right impression at this meeting. Follow these tips to crush your college admission interview and get that coveted spot, at a college like Bryant and Stratton.

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Bryant & Stratton College Interview Tips

  1. 1. How to Crush Your College Admission Interview Bryant & Stratton College
  2. 2. Introduction Your college admission interview gives you a face-to-face opportunity to convince college representatives that you’re the perfect fit for your dream school. This is your best opportunity to show off your personality and explain your desire to be accepted by that specific school, live and in person. It’s important to give your interviewer the right impression at this meeting. Follow these tips to crush your college admission interview and get that coveted spot at a college like Bryant & Stratton.
  3. 3. Contents • Dressing accordingly • Knowing who to bring • Researching the school • Answering questions • Staying on point • Following up
  4. 4. Dressing Accordingly • Research the college’s culture • Dress according to the current culture on campus – Relaxed campus identity – collared shirt and khakis for men; slacks or skirt and a blouse or nice top for women – Formal campus identity – blazer or suit for men; dress for women • Minimize attention – Choose neutral colors – Minimize jewelry and makeup
  5. 5. Bringing a Cheering Squad • Be mindful whether the college is open to bringing guests along during the interview – ask in advance – Some campuses like Bryant and Stratton endorse bringing family and friends along to campus – Not all colleges are open to additional guests • Keep your support group to a minimum • Leave them outside – With or without close friends and family, demonstrate your ability to handle this process on your own – Before and after interview, feel free to explore the facilities with mom, dad, and your bestie
  6. 6. Research the College • You will likely be asked about why you want to attend the institution you’re interviewing with • Research the college beforehand and make sure you’re prepared with key details that are unique to that school • Know your projected path so you can expound upon this with your interviewer
  7. 7. Answer Questions with Clear Examples • Demonstrate the validity of your answers when you’re tackling difficult questions – While you can easily tell someone that you have strong leadership skills, it’s better to show them through a proven history of strong examples • Use examples when you’re discussing weaknesses as well – This will help you put your weak points in the right context while also addressing how you strive to overcome such challenges
  8. 8. Keep Answers to the Point • Keep your response as concise as possible, while still offering the essential details • Practice with a friend, family member, teacher, or counselor beforehand • Remove nervous phrases you might use, such as “um” or “like” • Be as direct as possible, so you’re not wasting any words in the interview
  9. 9. Follow Up • Send a thank you card to your interviewer as soon as you get home from your meeting • Make sure to note the individual’s name so you can address the card properly • Include relevant details from your conversation so the recipient will recall your meeting

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