1. *Be five minutes early.*
After you’ve decided which colleges you’d like to get to know better, plan ahead and try to get there early. If you are there first, you might have the opportunity to spend one-on-one time with the admissions officer. If it’s a presentation, get a good seat close to the officer and take that time to introduce yourself. If it’s a college fair, try to be one of the first individuals to speak with the admissions officer.
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2. *Dress (and behave) to impress.*
At the end of one of my typical presentations to a classroom of 150 students, most dressed very casually, I wandered to the back of the room and wound up chatting with a soft-spoken man in a suit. He followed every word I said and I assumed he was a teacher. At the end of our discussion, though, he thanked me for my talk and asked for my e-mail address. His whole presentation really made him stand out from his classmates. Remember, it’s your job to make a positive impression. So, dress well and speak intelligently. You’ll not only impress the admissions officer, but your classmates and teachers as well.
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Do your research on each college before they visit. You should be prepared not only to ask the admissions officer a few questions yourself but to be asked some basic questions in return. Rest assured that unless it is a formal interview, the admissions officer is not interviewing you and, consequently, you probably will not be forced to speak on your greatest disappoints or academic hurdles during your very brief time together. However, you might want to have tentative responses to these very common questions: # What first drew you to this school?
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