“Thank you Mnemonic for helping me with my applications and interview prep. First, the essays were well thought of and very appropriate. Second, and more importantly, the interview prep was truly amazing. I must emphasize that my success is based on your interview prep sessions. I accept the fact that preparing me for the interviews was not an easy task, but you always encouraged me to do my best and the end result is just so rewarding! Thank you for your wonderful guidance.”
Anisha – University of Chicago
Interviews can be challenging, but they are the most propitious way to present yourself in a holistic manner. Mnemonic Education can help you turn this opportunity into your favor.
The interview could be one of the crucial elements in your admission process. Once you clear the preliminary screening of your application based on your GPA, Test Scores, Personal statement, Essays and Recommendation letters, the next juncture can be a Personal interview which is conducted in order to further judge your compatibility and suitability with the course and the university you are applying to. An admission interview could be taken by Admission Officer, College Alumni or College Senior. Further, an interview could be in person or through a Skype.
Mnemonic Interview Service:
- Understanding the purpose of the interview with respect to a particular university.
- Mock Interview(s) to prepare you to take the actual interview with exceptional confidence.
- Learning highly successful and effective strategies for acing the interview.
- Knowing frequently asked questions and unique way to respond them.
- Improving your tone, intonation, fluency and grammar.
- Improving your gestures and body language.
- Enhancing your soft skills.
Why does an interview matter?
- To learn more about a student that is beyond his paper credentials.
- To see the genuine interest of the student to attend college.
- To assess student’s soft skills and unique traits.
- To analyze candidate’s psychological and temperamental strengths.
- To assess candidate’s ability to respond effectively and handle himself under pressure.
- To understand what a student could bring to the college community.