Résumé and Interview?

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  1. hmx512

    hmx512 Member

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    I've heard of these things, but still not sure of what's recommended or acceptable. Can I ask to send a résumé and/or have an interview? I've done a lot of things that I feel haven't been represented well by the questionnaire that I think could really help me. Should I call or email my RC of Liaison, or just use the "Contact Us" automatic email thing on the portal?
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    Is it too late or not worth it for these kinds of things?
    Thanks
     
  2. vampsoul

    vampsoul Candidate

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    Email your MALO (liaison).
     
  3. MemberLG

    MemberLG Member

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    I am a FFR.

    Definitely ask for an interview, although it works both ways as a bad interview can hurt your.

    I don't care too much for a resume. My interviews usually last 30 minutes to 1 hour. You should be able to let your interviewer know about you in that time frame.

    The interview is more about why West Point, not what your GPA is.
     
  4. hmx512

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    I'll definitely email now and ask for an email as I actually feel more comfortable going to an interview than knowing I missed an opportunity to help myself.

    "The interview is more about why West Point, not what your GPA is."

    That definitely sounds good to me.

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