4 out of 10
At the school
"What do you do for fun? Why Emory? What have you done since graduation? Tell us about your background."
"Questions relating to my personal statement."
"What do you think are important attributes of a physician? What would you do if you couldn't get into medical school? What is a common misconception people may have of you?"
"How do you feel her condition would affect her medical state? (related to someone I wrote about in my personal statement)"
"What would you like us to remember about you that may not appear or be obvious on your application? "
"Reviewed Emory website, read reviews at sdn, reviewed my application and essays"
"I had a really great time at Emory. The students, faculty, and admissions staff were awesome, and I even had a great time getting to know my fellow applicants. The facilities, campus, and teaching hospitals were really great as well. I really felt welcomed, and everyone was willing to answer questions at any time; they made sure you had all the information you needed about Emory. Everyone was open and honest about their experiences at Emory too. The curriculum and class structure appears to fit my learning style also and what I am looking for in a medical school."
"Nothing really. Just had a couple hours to wait between lunch and my interviews in the afternoon, but Erica and current students kept us entertained while we waited."
"How wonderful the students, faculty, admissions staff and other applicants would be."
"We were greeted by the admissions office in the morning, had a powerpoint presentation, and a personal welcome from Dr. Eley. Then we split into two groups (morning and afternoon interviews), and my group toured Grady, Emory hospital, and the campus first with a student tour guide. I had a one-on-one interview with a doctor before my group interview. Both interviews were partially open-file. The group interview consisted of three applicants and the interviewers were two doctors and the student tour guide from the morning. Overall, I had an amazing time at Emory, and the day was actually fun. I was very impressed with everything I saw and experienced, and Emory is now my top choice."