Spoken English Tutorial Blog Entry 4 :)
by, 02-10-2011 at 05:47 AM (3981 Views)
So I'm still waiting for Carnegie Mellon to tell me the results and continue writing my Spoken English Tutorial series.
It was a 11 am morning time and I was ill, but the interviewer was very energetic to my surprise. I couldn't really focus on the interview and that's why I wasn't very sharp in answers and wasn't very sharp when doing the writing task.
Oh, to my surprise the questions were very simple - Why did you decide to apply to this major , do you have hobbies, who do you think a leader is , what is the difference between a leader , how would you explain what class and object are to a history major and etc. Some questions were general while others were not so much. He explained me what the major was about and I was pretty happy to hear it, because it sounded very promising. I'm still working on my websites.
EDIT BY MODERATOR
Anyway, I've completed my second series of Spoken English Tutorial and I got some ideas on how to organise my thoughts in a more friendly manner, to make it less "textbookish". I decided to link the other parts of Spoken English Tutorial in the first part.