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The Admission Interview: LET your personality shine
Most independent schools require an interview as part of their admission process, says Susie Lloyd, associate director of admission at Peddie. But don't worry - we want you to feel comfortable — it is not a test! The admission interview is your time to let the admission officer get to know you and your strengths and interests, while at the same time gauging if the school is a good match for you. Get expert advice including what to expect and how to prepare.
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