5 out of 10
At the school
"Have you ever had to deal with anything difficult?"
"What's the biggest problem with healthcare? Another?"
"Tell me about an experience during your volunteering where you felt you truly connected with a patient."
"A series of what the interviewer called "my rapid-fire questions" at the end of the interview. He basically asked me a string of questions that he wanted two-second answers to: what's more important-your values or the patient's, what's the most recent book you read for fun, what would your ideal date be like (what?)"
"Nothing, really... the first interviewer (med student) had only by-the-book questions (problem with healthcare, hardest thing I've been through, etc) while the second one (faculty) was conversational, more about my personality."
"Read over Baylor website, application."
"The student interviewer's conceited attitude... yes, I'm an applicant, but respect between any two people should be a given. "
"Eat a big breakfast, because they don't have enough food laying out for lunch. "
"Arrive at 12 noon, interviews at 1 and 3pm, basic science tour, presentation, clinical tour, presentation and sandwich dinner, over by 7pm."