4 out of 10
At the school
"What's your biggest regret about college?"
"What would you do with the third year?"
"What do you think about government-sponsored medical education and subsequent service given back to them as a way to solve the healthcare crisis in America?"
"What would you have done if you were the surgeon involved in the botched transplant incident that occurred here last week?"
"read my secondary, checked out the website, talked to students while i was there and went to a lecture with 1st years"
"quality of education, opportunities available"
"seemed like a lot of students were gunners open 3rd year could be an opportunity to slack if you let it"
"admissions office is impossible to find, students don't want to house you so get ready to pay. getting an interview date is tough toward the end, so be ready to alter your schedule for them."
"The school is awesome academically but lacked a community-feel. My interviewers seemed somewhat disinterested, and although they weren't really intimidating, I got the feeling they were trying to be negative in general and on purpose. I'd go to Duke if it's the best school I get into, but I'd rather be at a lower-tier school where students are interested in knowing each other, having fun, and learning, rather than just who gets the best residency at the end of it all."