Adjunct Professor Interview Questions

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Jul 12, 2014

Interview Question for Adjunct Professor at Apollo Education Group:

“What do you do with those students that are falling behind?”


Jun 17, 2014

Interview Question for Adjunct Professor at George Mason University:

“Your teaching philosophy. A lot of schools still use this outdated protocol.”


Jun 15, 2014

Interview Question for Adjunct Professor at KCTCS:

“There was none.”


Jun 12, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at University of North Texas:

“How would you handle a student who stops showing up?”


Jun 10, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at McCann School of Business:

“"We pay $1,000 per 12-13 week class. Is that acceptable?"”


May 29, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at DeVry University:

“Nothing was very difficult but I was asked to compute the CPI in the classroom session.”


Apr 18, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at NSU (Nova Southeastern University):

“I was simply asked to deliver a one hour segment to a graduate class with the Department Chair in attendance.”


Mar 27, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Hunter College:

“It was very straightforward, nothing difficult or unexpected.”


Mar 17, 2014

Interview Question for Adjunct Professor at Xavier University:

“Understanding the Jesuit culture - I am not from this background, so I struggled with this question the most.”


Feb 28, 2014

Interview Question for Adjunct Professor at Kaplan University Online:

“There was no liberty in teaching. Everything was done exactly the same way with no leeway for instructor liberty in teaching. Short time schedule to grade several assignments. Overloaded instructors…”