Is there anything I need to know about interviews, not just for college, but for scholarships and jobs too?
There is no single thing that someone being interviewed must know. But you should always remember that regardless of the nature or reason for the interview, it offers an opportunity to enhance the impression and the understanding that the interviewer has of you. Whether it is an admissions interview, part of a scholarship competition, or for a job, whether the interview is being conducted by an alum, a professional, or a committee, the process offers you a chance to discuss the things that matter to you and to expand on some of the things you have previously shared in your application. Share your passions and let them know what matters to you. Show yourself to be a thoughtful individual who will be a positive addition to the community, someone worthy of the positive decision—be it for admission, a scholarship, or a job—that you seek.