They actually did ask me this. My general rule in interviews is to always tell the truth and just be candid. My interviewer asked me whether I had any other plans besides TFA, and I told them about how I had already secured post-graduation options (a marketing job at Disney or the Peace Corps). I don't think it made any impact one way or another with my application. I ended up being admitted and joining Teach for America, where I am now in my 3rd year of teaching.Thanks again for all your help guys! One last question: I know they asked you on the initial application what your plans are if you didnt get admitted into TFA, but do they also ask you again during your in-person interview? In other words, do they ask you if you have any other job lined up should you be rejected?
(Oh, and another thing--organization is important. However, it also happens to be one of my weakest characteristics. I was very candid with my interviewer about my organizational skills. I have never successfully used a day-planner and I am awful with keeping track of and doing paperwork.)