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It is a very laid back experience.  They have current students available for you to ask questions and they give excellent feedback.  Assuming they do it the same way, they split us into groups of 6 and then we rotated through "stations."  We got a tour of the facilities, talked with the program director, had a break, talked with admissions to confirm any missing prerequisites, wrote an essay (2 really, they were quite simple/basic), and had the interview.

 

As long as you have thought through why you are doing this, then you should be fine.  Just be yourself, that is what they care about.

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