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I interviewed my classmate, Bianca Coca. This was my first experience interviewing, and it was unusual. I was hard to come up with questions. The topic was slightly ambiguous. I figured people would love to talk about themselves, but that was a struggle at first. I had to warm the interviewee up with questions. Once I got to know more about them and we had hit a topic that she liked to talk about, the time was nearly up. What I enjoyed most was getting to know someone. In an interview, you can feel free to ask a lot of questions about someone, but in a normal social setting, that may be seen as too forward. If I could do anything different, I would have talked to my interviewee more beforehand to get to know her better before I dive into asking her questions about experiences. That way, she might feel more comfortable with me asking more questions.

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