1 out of 10
At the school
"Why Osteopathic Medicine?"
"If you got into the other schools you applied, how would you choose which school you would go to?"
"Did you watch the OSU vs. Nebraska game?"
"Really wasn't asked any questions. It was more like a discussion. They just wanted to get to know me."
"Again-it was not a stressful interview at all. I wasn't asked any difficult questions. "
"I reviewed my ACCOMAS application and my supplementals. I also read about a little history of Osteopathic Medicine. Additionally, I read their Missions Statement and what they as a college stood for."
"All of the first and seconds years seemed to know each other. It felt like a community within itself where everyone was family. "
"I didn't like having to wait for almost two hours for my interview. It was nerve-racking. My interview started at 11, but the first interviewee went in at 8:45. The rest of us were just left in the room to entertain ourselves. "
"My interview experience was a positive one. No complaints. I had heard the horror stories of med school interviews and I was scared I was going to be drilled about my MCAT scores or ethics question, but this was not the case. The interviews were very professional, but they were not at all intimidating. In fact, the best thing I was told during that day was: "Like our profession of treating patients holistically, we choose our students holistically." Meaning, they are interested in your whole application, not just your MCAT scores, or you GPA-but the whole thing."