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Shit to get off my chest otherwise I won't be able to focus on getting my lesson plans done.

  1. School may renew my contract anyway, but education ministry is delaying its decision an inordinate amount of time. Which is bull-shit, because, hey, if they don't come through, at the end of that waiting period I could be left hanging if I'd waited for them and not found a different job! (Also, when one of the recruiters I applied with called for a reference, my school said I might be re-resigning with them! Thanks a lot, school! Clearly if I cannot work here, I cannot work anywhere!) However, I am...
  2. interviewing at a cram school in an ideal location tomorrow. And God dammit if they offer me the position I am taking it. I've got like 2 or 3 weeks before this job ends, I do not have time to sit around and wait.
  3. And finally! Today I got an interview invitation from my first-choice grad school! AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH. Way sooner than I expected. Shit if they roll out their admission decision soon enough and I get in, I could even save money not applying to the other schools whose deadlines are in late November.
    Of course, this means I wouldn't be able to teach my lessons on a Tuesday. I'm sure my co-teacher will understand. If my unflexible-as-fuck vp doesn't, well, fuck him. (This should seem like a reasonable request, but my vp is not a reasonable man.)

So. Grad school interviews. Anybody got any tips? I have no idea what to expect.

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ETA: HOLY SHIT INTERVIEW IS NEXT WEEK NOT 2 WEEKS FROM NOW LIKE I THOUGHT. THANKS FOR THE ADVANCE NOTICE, GRADUATE PROGRAM; WHY IS EVERYTHING IN THIS COUNTRY SO LAST-MINUTE??????

ETA 2: Dress for grad school interview: suit required or not required? My only suit is in America.

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