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Five Ways to De-stress Before a College Interview

Five Ways to De-stress Before a College Interview

You finished your personal statement. You submitted your application. You even sent in the scores from your latest battle with the SAT.

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Now, you’re outside the door of the dean’s office waiting for an interview.

Of course, the best way to reduce stress before a college interview is to come prepared:

• Practice potential questions with a friend the day before,
• Get a good night’s sleep, and
• Bring copies of your updated resume.

Unfortunately, even with these preparations, you might still feel stressed.

Here are some tips to help you de-stress and find your calm before your interview.

1. Four. Seven. Eight.

The numbers 4-7-8 refer to a simple breathing technique….

Read the full article on the Dallas Admissions website!


Read more of my blogs about College Admissions topics.
The US College Personal Statement
The Five-Point Resume Check
Sciences Po: 4 Tips for Writing Your Motivation Letter
The Argument for the Gap Year 


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