Peer Academic Advisor at George Mason University - Center for Academic Advising, Retention and Transitions
almost 3 years ago
The most important part is to be as genuine as possible. The interview is fairly straightforward -- some questions about your strengths and weaknesses, examples of situations where you have had to work under pressure, and explanation of some of your strengths and weaknesses. The interviewers are two of the advisors who already work in the office, and they are very friendly and make the interview process as stress-free as possible.