Anticipating  what questions we might be asked and what we might ask of them


Q: How are you unique?
Q: What do you do best?
Q: What is the last book you read?
Q: Who is your favorite author ?
Q: Who is your favorite character?
Q: Who is your favorite teacher?
Q: What person has influenced you the most?
Q: What event has influenced you the most?
Q: What experiences stick most in your mind?
Q: What makes you who you are?
Q: What are your best traits?
Q: What are your faults?
Q: What is your family like?
Q: Tell me about yourself.
Q: Why do you want to go to college?
Q: Why do you want to attend this particular College or University?
Q: What do you think you will add to University XYZ?
Q: What do you consider to be your greatest asset?
Q: What do you consider to be your greatest fault?
Q: What are you looking for in an education at our college?
Q: To which other colleges are you applying?
Q: If all of your teachers were in one room, what would they say about you?
Q: Rate yourself from 1 to 10.  How would your teachers rate you?
Q: What books NOT required by the school have you read recently?
Q: Where do you picture yourself ten years from now?
Q: Tell me about your family.
Q: What television shows do you watch?
Q: What magazines and/or newpapers do you read regularly?
Q: How do you spend a typical afternoon after school?  A typical evening?  A typical weekend?
Q: Do you have any heroes, contemporary or historical?
Q: How do you feel about an issue in current events: nuclear freeze, nuclear power, legalization of marijuana, gun control, etc…
Q: What have you liked, and what have you disliked about high school?
Q: If you were principal, what would you change?
Q: What significant contributions have you made to your school or your community?
Q: What is the most important thing that you’ve learned in high school?
Q: We have your application, your transcript, your test scores, and recommendations.   What ELSE do you want us to know about you?
Q: What would you like to know about our school?