Only a few graduate programs have invited me to interviews. One of the programs isn't highly ranked or well-known and isn't in the greatest location (let's just say it would be unusual for someone from my state to go...where? THERE?), but I need to think of a compelling explanation for why I would choose their program over others during the interview. To be frank, they'll probably develop as good a reputation as any other, but there's nothing special about their program that would make people rush halfway across the country. Still, how do I avoid sounding desperate or contrived during the interview?
What should I expect when interviewing for a Masters-level nursing program? [more inside]
I really think I got screwed during my grad school interview. Should I try to remedy it, or will that just look like I'm being a spoilsport? [more inside]
What should I do to prepare for a (scholarship) telephone interview? [more inside]
Hey, creative sorts: I could use a little help with a theatrical directing portfolio for an MFA interview. [more inside]
How can I best prepare for interviews with potential advisers for Grad school? [more inside]