If one has a bad interview experience....too nervous, going too fast for the interviewer to properly understand the answers to the questions. How does one correct for it after the interview is done?
- Eric Allen expert Unfortunately, you don't. You can follow-up, show continued interest, but if the interview truly is bad, that's your shot. If there was a specific issue with the INTERVIEWER, you can reach out to the admissions office and explain the situation, but if this was self-inflicted, not much you can do. Best thing to do is look forward. Course correct on the "why?". Why were you going to fast? Maybe you were nervous because you haven't prepared enough. An interview should be a conversation. If you're REALLY nervous, you probably didn't prepare enough. Nerves are natural, but preparation helps calm nerves every time! Remember, if you completely stink it up, you still have the rest of your application for them to consider - the interview is just one data point. That, and, there's always next year.