At the school
"Do you have any questions for me? One of the interviewers kept asking me this over and over again. I had a few pre-prepared but ran out after 6 of them and had to think them up on the spot which is a bit difficult when you're nervous."
"What inspires you to do medicine?"
"Give me the West Nile Virus talk. (In one of my essays, I talked about how I gave presentations to senior citizens on protecting themselves from West Nile Virus)"
"Nothing really stands out. Mostly talked about my public health background"
"SDN, looked for sample interview questions, school website"
"The curriculum that allows time for exploring your interests. Also, you can ask about research without them thinking you're trying to get brownie points. You're encouraged to do research here. "
"The student tour was very disorganized. The students seemed a bit too laid back and talked about how little time they spent studying and in lab. Their selling point was how much less work their school is compared to others. Also, they kept saying how much better their school is than the one next door (Personally, I was more impressed with UT-Houston than Baylor)."
"That the most Baylor has is its name. There really is nothing wrong with this school and is probably a great place for some people but not right for me. The laid-back conceited types are not who I want to spend 4 years with."
"These interviews were a bit more stressful than at other schools. I was not wowed by Baylor as everyone expects you to be."