1 out of 10
At the school
In a group
"Tell me about yourself and why you want to come here"
"Tell me more about (XYZ) experience you wrote about in your personal statement."
"What do you do for fun?"
"What are some adjectives that friends use to describe you?"
"How do you think you will add to the diversity of the incoming class? (asked after we spent time talking up the current class)"
"website, current students, sdn"
"the students, the campus, Grady Hospital..."
"the lecture halls(no left handed desks, at least that I saw) and they have 5-6 people per anatomy tank"
"How great panel interviews can be!"
"I had a great time at Emory, the admissions staff and students do a great job of making interviewees feel welcome. The first years were taking a "joint" on the day I interviewed, which is like taking all your finals on the same day, but they still came up and chatted with us and answered questions. The panel interview is great cause you get to interact with more faculty as well as get to know the other interviewees. It is not competitive at all and they say they want to see how you act in a group. The one on one interview is enjoyable too. "