Performing well in interviews is a critical skill for students to acquire, enabling them to effectively market themselves and their experiences at ACU. Using the experience of alumni and advisers, the mock interview program gives juniors the tools to better prepare for their professional school interview. You do not have to be a part of the Body & Soul program to participate.
Hear what one alumnus has to say about our Body & Soul program.
Kelly, Texas A&M College of Medicine, medical student: Once the applications have been sent and interview invitations begin to trickle in, nerves begin to rise concerning the interview. For ACU medical students, however, first time jitters are long past because they have gone through a mock interview with the pre-med advisory committee. One subtle advantage that ACU students have is Dr. Reeves' reputation. I went to seven interviews, and at most of them I had at least one person comment (upon seeing that I was from ACU) about how good a person Dr. Reeves is and how much they respect him. This reputation, added on by each generation of ACU students, can only help our next set of applicants as they continue on in their pursuit of their dreams.
For further information about Abilene Christian University's Body & Soul program contact Terri Aldriedge, R.N., B.S.N., Body & Soul program director.