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"Give students a pen in their interview packer"
"None. Everyone I met was absolutely lovely. So welcoming and enthusiastic."
"I love you!"
"None, it was a fantastic interview process."
"I would try to make interviews longer (45-60 minutes)."
"keep doing what you are doing"
"Increasd $5 meal voucher to $10"
"Allot more than $5 for lunch as most meals at the cafeteria cost more than that."
"I wish that we could have seen the facilities for 1st and 2nd year students."
"What is the thing you're most proud of?"
"Why would you want to move to Providence?"
"Why do you want to move to Providence, RI?"
"Tell me your story."
"Tell me about yourself"
"Standard interview questions"
"How did you hear about Brown?"
"Why not a career in public health?"
"How should I build your case for the panel?"
"1 work to describe you"
"Tell me a little about yourself"
"Tell me about your job/other activities on AMCAS"
"What is your favorite book?"
"What are you passionate about?"
"What did you get out of so-and-so an experience?"
"Why you'd like to go to Brown"
"Why did you apply?"
"Why do you want to leave New York?"
"Tell me about your research. (My faculty interviewer actually had done some clinical trials on the drug I had done research on, so this was initially intimidating, but turned out to be a great conversation)"
"Tell me about yourself?"
"Are you thinking about international medicine, considering your language capabilities?"
"What have you learned most in your job?"
"Are you against euthanasia in every conceivable scenario? "
"What impressions did you get from the students here?"
"How did you get here? "
"the first interview was just a conversation about my life. "
"Tell me what you think about death and dying as something that physicians have to face (because i volunteered in hospice)."
"Tell me something impressive about you that's not in your file that I could tell the ADCOM."
"Tell me about this on your app.."
"I was asked about my GPA by both interviewers."
"How did you get to Providence? "
"Why Brown? "
"questions that pertained to my application"
"more of a conversation than a question/answer session"
"So tell me about <something I've done>."
"How did you decide on medicine?"
"Tell me about your research... Tell me about what you do outside of the classroom and lab...Do you plan to get licensure?"
"HOW WILL YOU MANAGE SCHOOL AND FAMILY TOGETHER"
"Your LORs speak highly of your analytical skills. Elaborate on this."
"Will you sing for us?"
"So you climb 14ers?"
"What type of food do you like?"
"How does one practice "compassionate care?""
"What do you do for fun?"
"1 word to describe yourself"
"What is one word to describe you?"
"I can't remember... we had some great conversations in both my interviews"
"Has anyone tried to talk you out of medicine?"
"What are you passionate about?"
"Just talking about a class"
"Why would you like Providence?"
"what other career choices have you considered?"
"what kind of people do you prefer to be with?"
"Tell me about your ''name of unusual hobby.''"
"Are you a fan of Manchester United? ( I lived in England for ten years)"
"Are you leaning towards any specific specialities in the future?"
"almost all the questions were about my specific application."
"Nothing specific, did get into a conversation about the context of interpreting history. (I was a hist major.)"
"What would you be doing right now if not going to med school?"
"How did you get here? (seriously)"
"seemed to know my file well"
"Brown is a fun medical school to visit. The staff and students are so nice and very welcoming. "
"Mostly conversational questions"
"Mostly questions about my interests, especially my extracurricular activities."
"lets start from birth. discuss your life. ill cut in and tell you when i want more specifics or when i want you to gloss over a certain section. go. "
"Really specific questions about my application. We got really in-depth into my own interests and accomplishments."
"A question relating to my research on schizophrenia (how I foresee my specific basic science research to be translational)"
"Nothing terribly new..."
"There were no interesting questions. They were extremely predictable and, actually, pretty boring. "
"Obesity is a big problem in the US, especially in the south and midwest. How would you deal with this from an economic perspective (I'm an econ major)."
"Nothing interesting. Only questions about my application."
"How will you approach and deal with the uncertainty in medicine?"
"Describe a global problem medicine faces? Or something to that effect "
"Do you like Ukrainians?"
"Questions were boring and predictable. "
"Nothing comes to mind. "
"what do you think about preventative care?"
"asked mostly questions about my file and background... standard stuff"
"There seems to be a lack of professionalism in medicine these days. What do you think?"
"How do you like Baltimore?"
"Please describe some of your strengths and weaknesses"
"What do you think will be the most important medical breakthrough to come?"
"You seem to have made so much progress at a young age in your own field... why pursue an MD when you can make it doing what you do?"
"TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF"
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