Maybe this can shed some light on the situation:con·firm // (kn-fûrm)tr.v. con·firmed, con·firm·ing, con·firms 1. To support or establish the certainty or validity of; verify.2. To make firmer; strengthen: Working on the campaign confirmed her intention to go into politics. 3. To make valid or binding by a formal or legal act; ratify.4. To administer the religious rite of confirmation to.con·fir·ma·tion [kon-fer-mey-shuhn] 1.the act of confirming. 2.the state of being confirmed. 3.something that confirms, as a corroborative statement or piece of evidence: His birth certificate served as confirmation of his citizenship. 4.a rite administered to baptized persons, in some churches as a sacrament for confirming and strengthening the recipient in the Christian faith, in others as a rite without sacramental character by which the recipient is admitted to full communion with the church.BTW, I received neither an interview nor a confirmation of my interview dates....-Remy
Can someone please also define "interview"? I'm finding this whole thing very confusing.
Offer by email today. Only 11/23 and 12/1 dates remaining. Took 12/1.