I'm glad that my interview was not postponed. It's one of those things you just want to get out of the way. Going into the interview I was not nervous at all. I wasn't even sure what to expect. If the mock interview were with someone I had never met before, then I probably would have been a little nervous. Since it was you I felt fine going in. Also knowing that you had lost your voice gave me more confidence, since I figured we wouldn't be doing as many questions or something. It was a good thing I looked at the interview specs document right before I left my house, or I would have gone to the classroom for it.
There were a few questions that threw me. The one that I mostly remember was "What moment in your life were you most proud?" I couldn't even think of anything to answer for that one. I've been trying to think of a good answer for it, and now 3 days later I still have no idea what to say for it. Another question I wasn't sure about was the one you asked at the end, "Is there anything you would like to ask us?" At least I attempted to give an answer for that one, though it was pretty bad. A lot of the questions were difficult for me to answer because I really don't know much of anything about finance, and that's my major.
If I were to do the interview again, there isn't much I would change. The major thing I would have done is found a more specific job that I could learn about and given that to you. Had I known that when we printed a job description out that we would be interviewing for it, I probably would have put more thought into had. Knowing me I was zoning out during class when we talked about it.
This has been a valuable experience for me. I have learned some popular questions that I need to be able to answer when I am doing a real interview for a job. I also learned that I need to be better at answering tricky questions. I'm sure when I do go for an interview that I will remember this mock interview.