2 out of 10
At the school
In a group
"Tell me a little about yourself, your family, and why you are interested in Emory."
"Everything else was related to my background (unique and non-traditional). Both interviews started with the open-ended question above."
"nothing off the wall"
"read this site, thought about how I would answer questions "
"The students, the resources, the warm welcome from the admissions committee."
"Nothing really. I wonder why they stick to such a traditional curriculum, but it seems to work fine."
"That almost all hands-on medical instruction is done at Grady in downtown Atlanta and not at Emory Hospital."
"There are two interviews, both are semo-open so they have only seen your personal statement. The first interview is group, 3 applicants, 3 interviewers. The second interview is one on one. All the questions I received were related to my personal statement, or to something I said during the interview. I got no ethical or health care questions, though apparently some people did. Overall, it was very relaxing and not intimidating at all. Everyone makes you feel very welcome."