|By Gayleforman (Gayleforman) on Monday, May 12, 2003 - 12:45 pm: Edit|
I'm writing an article for Seventeen Magazine on college admssions interviews and I'm looking to talk to girls and young women about what went right and wrong at their interview. Specifically:
Did you think you aced an interview only to not get in?
Did you give out too much information about a personal matter?
Were you able or not able to get passionate about something or other?
Were you thrown a curveball?
Please email me at email@example.com if any of these scenarios sound familiar.
|By Kalitiha (Kalitiha) on Tuesday, May 13, 2003 - 05:56 pm: Edit|
I'll help you, but only after I've verified your legitimacy as a Seventeen writer.
Okay, the name Gayle Forman does indeed come up as a Seventeen writer, but why don't you have a Seventeen email address?
|By Teddykgbad (Teddykgbad) on Tuesday, May 13, 2003 - 08:36 pm: Edit|
How about I give you the finger, and you give me something worthwhile to write about "Gayle".
Who is the idiot behind this sorry excuse for an article? All of these questions are subjective; for you to incorporate people's responses into an article will simply mislead your audience to believe that what those select few people experienced is completely true.
Next, I doubt 17 year olds want to read this in your magazine anyways. Ask Justin Timberlake what he thinks about musical interviews instead... if your magazine readers were really concerned about such matters, then they wouldn't be reading about them in Seventeen.
Nobody answer her questions... I know I won't.
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