OMG UPDATE: Question? Answer.

Updated on Tuesday, April 22


QUESTION: I have an architecture interview later this month, does any body have any advice or know what type of questions they ask?


  1. I worked with someone who is on the architecture interview panel and is an adjunct at the school. I never had an architecture interview, so I don't know how much help this will be, but the advice he gave me was to just be myself and show that I was passionate about something. He said they weren't necessarily looking for people who knew how to draw or had technical knowledge; that once there was someone who came in and did an interpretive dance that got them accepted into the program.

  2. Just be yourself and show your personality. They don't really care about how much architecture knowledge you have but that you're hard-working, willing to learn, and like above that you can show that you have passion for something.

  3. Stay relaxed and have a conversation