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2 hours ago, Finley44 said:

Has anyone interviewed, if so, how was your experience?

I had one yesterday.  They are really nice and laid back. They put you in a group of 4 applicants and will pull you out of the room one by one for the interviews   There were 2-3 faculty members on each panel. (2 panels). They lasted 10 minutes each so each person got to ask about one question.  The group scenario interview consisted of then asking two different scenarios and you discuss amongst your group and then someone presents what you decided back to them.  They may ask you a couple of individual questions in this interview as well if there is extra time.   The essay portion was 20 minutes, they gave a list of questions and you pick two and answer them and then email the answers to them when you are finished.  You will also have a virtual tour and have a chance to ask current students any questions you may have.  It was a great experience.  

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