6 out of 10
At another location
"Have you ever helped a business to expand or recruit new members?"
"What are you most proud of in your life?"
"What is your experience with drugs and alcohol?"
"Do you ever spend time alone? What do you think about when you're alone?"
"Have you dealt with your own mortality? How so?"
"It was hard to really prepare. I just reviewed the basics: why I want to be a doctor, why I want to go to Mayo. Also, I thought a lot about how I would answer any questions about my personal history. However, it was a formatted interview, and their were no personalized questions."
"The interviewer was incredibly friendly. Her manner really helped to relieve some of the nervousness I felt."
"The interviewer was only allowed to ask the pre-written questions. She explained that she could not re-phrase them or clarify in anywas. Since the interview was on the phone, she would ask the question and I felt like I was talking to the wall, since she did not respond to my answers and when I was done, there would be this awkward silence. I wasn't sure if she was waiting for me to say something else or what."
"This is for the secondary that takes the form of a telephone interview. "