The Vericant Undergraduate Interview
3 steps to verify applicant skills
The Interview is conducted in-person using professional recording equipment at a Vericant location worldwide, via group appointment, or online.
Applicants share show prove what matters to them.
The Vericant Interview is trusted by universities and reflects over 10 years of feedback and development.
The Vericant Interview is a proven tool to better understand applicants and predict academic success.
The Undergraduate Interview in Detail
Structured behavioral-style interview
Behavioral interview questions focus on past experience and facilitate interesting conversations. Rather than testing knowledge in any particular area, the interview questions are designed to help admissions officers learn more about personality, interests, and the way the applicant approaches challenges.
[Before Camera Starts, ~5 min]
Warm up with interviewer
[0:00 – 3:00 min]
[03:00 – 08:00 min]
[08:00 – 12:00 min]
[12:00 – 16:00 min]
Study Abroad/University Question
[2 min max]
Review Pricing for the Vericant Interview
Add-ons such as fast delivery available.
30 minute writing sample
The applicant can choose between two different questions: analytical or practical. If in-person, the applicant will be provided with a desktop computer for a typed digital sample.
Analytical: Do you agree with smoking bans in public places?
Practical: You’ve been asked to plan an event that shares something about your culture. What will you do and how will you get it done?
See which universities accept the Vericant Interview
Top institutions across North America use the Vericant Interview as part of their application process.
Send interview to universities
3 or 2 business days after the Interview, the interview video and writing sample will be delivered to the applicant’s online Vericant dashboard. The applicant is then able to:
Register for the Undergraduate Vericant Interview
Plan ahead — limited offline interview slots available during Undergraduate peak seasons between July and November.