[FEEDBACK REQ] Taipei American School KA Interview

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[FEEDBACK REQ] Taipei American School KA Interview

Postby skippybosco » 22 Feb 2012, 16:10

My son has applied to attend Taipei American school later this year in the KA class. We just received a call that we need to bring him in for an interview with the director next week.

Can anyone provide any insight into the specifics of what typically is covered in these early age interviews (he will be 3 in a couple of months).

Thank You!
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Postby Tempo Gain » 22 Feb 2012, 16:13

They'll just want to get a feel for his English level. They'll play with him and talk with him.
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Re: [FEEDBACK REQ] Taipei American School KA Interview

Postby skippybosco » 23 Feb 2012, 14:34

Tempo Gain wrote:They'll just want to get a feel for his English level. They'll play with him and talk with him.


Thanks for the confirmation!
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