§ Don’t stress!
For the majority of colleges across the country, this a chance for them to get to know you a little bit more instead of seeing whether they want you at their college. Most colleges have no limit on the number of students they accept per year, so it is uncommon that you won’t be accepted due to selection process. Interviews normally last about 10-15 minutes, so you won’t be in there for long.
§ Take the opportunity
Take this time as a great opportunity to ask about any queries or worries you have about college, the courses or your future in general. In return, they will probably ask you a few questions about yourself such as:
ü “Why are you interested in this subject?”
ü “What do you want to get out of this college?”
ü “What do you like to do in your spare time?”
Try not to be overwhelmed about this and don’t lie about yourself- saying that you play the euphonium could get you a place in the orchestra club, and could potentially create a very sticky situation later on!
§ Come prepared
Bring a copy of your CV and/or Personal Statement with you-even if the college have received a copy of it. This makes you seem organised and prepared for your interview. If your school haven’t asked you to make a CV/Personal Statement, that is probably because the college/s in your area do not require one. However, it might be useful to make one anyway!
Breathe in, breathe out. Relax. As long as you be yourself, there should be nothing to worry about!
If you ever need any help, you can search on websites like http://www.colleges.co.uk/ for advice, or you can always talk to anyone here.
Ganbatte ne :D