3 out of 10
8 out of 10
At the school
In a group
"Tell me about yourself, your desire to be a physician. Do you have any relatives in medicine? "
"Tell me about your medical experience."
"Do you have any questions for me?"
"How would you rate the values: integrity, intelligence and compassion with respect to a physician?. Which is most important to you and why?"
"I talked to the student I stayed with the night before, I checked out this website, and I researched a little about Emory."
"The school actually did have a campus of sorts with a very nice gym just a short walk away. The students seemed to really like the school."
"Emory is a very traditional school in the sense that there is a strong separation between the two years of sciences and the two years of medicine. They are slowly starting to integrate more patient contact, but at this point students don't even begin learning how to interview patients until the second semester of their second year."
"I highly recommend staying with a student. It's free, they almost always provide a bed, you can get a firsthand account of the school, and they take you to the interview in the morning so you don't have to worry about finding it. I like Emory, but it's not my first choice. More about the interviews: you have a one on one interview that lasts for about 20 minutes. Then you have a three on three interview that lasts for about 40 minutes. Neither were stressful."