I have applied for an F1 visa, went through the interview process. My case was one of the most complicated cases ever because I was applying from outside of my home country, I was working while being a tourist, I had an educational gap of over 1 year, my previous qualification didn’t match with the program I was going to study in the U.S, and I had a long traveling history but all of it was on my previous expired passports and the passport I presented to the officer was completely new, and most importantly my previous qualification was from a TAL (Technology Alert List) and I had almost all those things in my case that could get me denied. In fact, the visa officer was suspicious about my case, he kept asking me similar questions in one way or the other, he even called another visa officer to discuss my case with her. He was looking for a way to deny my visa but eventually, he granted me the visa after almost 15 minutes of hard questioning because I was a genuine student.
It was the happiest moments of my life, I not only got the visa accepted but found a way to help others get their visas accepted as well. Unfortunately, so many of the students try to memorize the generic answers to the questions they find over the internet and I believe that's not a good idea, that’s not how it works. Visa officers are trained, and they come across thousands of students on a daily bases. It takes them 30 seconds only to find out if someone is trying to cheat the system. I am helping students with their visa interview related problems. If you would like to get proper training before appearing for the interview, you can contact me through the given email. I study each and every single case individually because every student has a different story from the other and just memorizing a bunch of answers is not helpful at all.