The Reading Passage Interview for Middle School Candidates - Presentation

The Reading Passage Interview for Middle School Candidates - Presentation

With David Baker, Director of Admission and Financial Aid, St. Mark's School, TX & Dean Clayman, Assistant Director of Admission, St. Mark’s School, TX

In an effort to develop a more effective interview process for middle school candidates, St. Mark’s School of Texas adopted a strategy for an on-campus interview that includes a reading passage, followed by a personal response essay, and concluding with a small group discussion/interview. The presenters discuss their trial efforts and promising results. Learn how their new process led to significant reductions in the number of required interviews and human resource efforts and produced better information about their candidates.

 



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