It is mandatory to attend the interview; failure to which your admission application will not be considered. Both parents and the child are expected to meet one of the directors or the admissions team member for the interview. If however, due to any extenuating circumstances, one parent can not attend the interview; a prior notice is required with an application stating the valid reason of absence. Parents are requested to dress formal and be there 10 minutes before the scheduled interview time. Before the interview, the following documents will need to be submitted at the reception office:

  • 5 recent passport size coloured photographs and family photograph of the student.
  • Student Form B copy and/or copy of birth certificate.
  • Copy of CNIC and Passport Data page of both parents/guardians.
  • Previous Original School leaving certificate.
  • Copies of your child last school report and certificates.

The interview lasts for about 15 minutes and covers aspects including, but not limited to the family background, professional/work details, education background, aptitude of the student, and other general information.

Please expect to spend approximately 30 minutes on campus. The interview should not last more than 15 minutes.

Punctuality is the key! Please reach at least 10 minutes prior to your scheduled interview time.

Parents are expected to dress and act professionally. Assessing and evaluating the decorum of the parents is a key component of the interview.

All cell-phones must be kept on silent during the interview.

The interview focuses on areas that are related to our core curriculum.

To prepare your child for the interview, help them to listen and follow simple instructions.

For elementary interviews, prepare your child by asking them to observe surroundings, numbers, colors, shapes, alphabets, certain words written on books, newspapers and malls.

When your child speaks or writes, keep encouraging them in order to build their confidence.

Ask open-ended questions which gives the child an opportunity to think critically and answer.

Parents must be extremely patient and must not get nervous during the interview, otherwise the child will end up fearing the interview as well..