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When you go on interview days, discreetly seek out the first and second year students with families. It's a red flag if you can't find any. I say do this discreetly because the last thing you want to do on an interview day is suggest (accidentally, of course) that you don't have a plan or that you don't have support at home. That's a red flag for THEM.

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When you go on interview days, discreetly seek out the first and second year students with families. It's a red flag if you can't find any. I say do this discreetly because the last thing you want to do on an interview day is suggest (accidentally, of course) that you don't have a plan or that you don't have support at home. That's a red flag for THEM.

Thank you for your advice.
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