Ask for more information about the school. By asking intelligent questions, you show that you do indeed know what you're doing. You also show that you are interested in the school and want to make sure it's the right fit for you, and you're the right fit for it.
"Handle multiple projects and deadlines" is simply another way of saying you are good at "multi-tasking." To be honest, this is not only a fairly common answer in any interview, but very often, it is not true. When I hear someone boast of being a 'mulit-tasker' I assume that they effectively balance the work of many things and very often get everything done, but that it is accomplished at the risk of doing some or all things at half the quality.
This has been my experience with the "multi-taskers."
I would be personally more impressed to hear someone say, "I don't multi-task. I prioritize effectively and fully finish one project before beginning another. In this way, I get more done because I do it...
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