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"It would be VERY nice if, in addition to the snail mail decision letter, Banner updates could be made frequently."
"The wording of the emails sent out by the admissions staff is truly unlike anything I've ever seen from a professional institution. Abrasive language and disclaimers stating that the staff won't entertain phone calls regarding receipt of materials is simply baffling, given the fact that PCOM-GA requires a more than standard fee for processing the secondary application submission. That said, I was impressed by location of the facilities and the friendliness of the students. A net-positive impression. But I do think they could drastically improve their appeal with minimal effort."
"There should be multiple students giving the tours to smaller groups of interviewees. The school itself is rather echo-ey, so it was very difficult to hear."
"I wish they would call or email your acceptance instead of using snail mail as your FIRST notification. Apparently in-state students receive their letters later? I received mine a week after I saw on SDN that other students got accepted. I just wanted to know!! :p"
"Keep up the great work!"
"The only thing I can think of is for them to update the interview invitation emails. It promised certain amenities that weren't offered the day of the interview, like a continental breakfast! lol However, our interview group had some laughs about it and a few other things in the end."
"I don't have many suggestions as I felt the interview process was quite efficient. The office was very aware of holiday season traffic and adjusted their interview schedule to make sure we could all make it out in time to avoid rush hour traffic."
"Only to try to have a DO student do the tour instead of a Biomed student (even though she was great!)"
"It's seems to be a challenge ensuring that your file is in order. For me, it required numerous phone calls to get my application to 'complete.' This was despite the fact that all of my information was in my file."
"I would get a little better organized."
"Complete move toward paperless applications"
"Let the group know in which order they're going to be interviewed."
"The interview was more about the interviewers than about me and what I have to offer PCOM."
"Did a great job. Had packets ready for us when we got there. Maybe add some materials in the pack"
"I found it difficult to communicate directly with GA campus. A more visible GA admissions number mi"
"I found the overall attitude of the staff in the Atlanta office much better than the staff of the Ph"
"Describe your leadership qualities and opportunities you have had for leading."
"Do you think weed should be legalized?"
"Why do you want to go into medicine and why specifically osteopathic medicine?"
"Why DO and not MD?"
"How did you hear about GA-PCOM?"
"What do you want me to know about you?"
"Do you have a back-up plan if you don't get into medical school?"
"Tell us about the research you did in undergrad."
"What was asked on the sheet we filled out before the formal interview."
"Why PCOM-Georgia, and why osteopathic medicine?"
"How did you improve your MCAT score that much?"
"How would you explain DNA to a 4th grader?"
"Why do I want to be a doctor?"
"What are your hobbies?"
"why do you want to be a DO?"
"Why DO? Why Ga-PCOM?"
"Tell me about yourself?"
"Why Osteopathic Medicine?"
"Tell us a little about you."
"Do you see yourself living in a small town or major metropolitan area?"
"What specialty are you interested?"
"How will you respond if you have a bad semester?"
"Ask us questions."
"Tell me about yourself"
"Asked one question regarding my personal essay for the school."
"Tell me about your undergrad."
"Why Medicine? Why Do?"
"What issues are going to become important in medicine in coming years?"
"Tell me about your research?"
"How did you learn about osteopathic medicine?"
"Why could you contribute to Ga-PCOM if you came here? What could you contribute after you graduate?"
"Specific question about my file."
"Why do you think PCOM should offer you an acceptance? "
"Why do you want to be a doctor?"
"Why do you want to become a doctor, and why DO?"
"Tell me about yourself."
"Do you have any questions for us?"
"What do you have to offer to the class?"
"Describe your problem-solving schools"
"Tell us about yourself."
"So what are you doing right now?"
"How did I find out about osteopathic medicine? PCOM?"
"What will you do if you are not accepted anywhere this year?"
"Tell me about the DO that you know. Tell me about your work."
"Tell us about yourself, why medicine, why DO, and why Georgia? I hope you can remember all that."
"Why are you interested in Osteopathy"
"Tell us about yourself"
"Tell us about your undergraduate work at Louisiana State University."
"What brings you here? Why PCOM? Why Osteopathy? "
"What is the last book you read?"
"How did you handle it when someone you were in charge of made a mistake?"
"Who is responsible for opioid epidemic?"
"They asked what kinds of things I studied with my major"
"If you were in a group and someone in the group wasn't doing their share of the work, what would you do?"
"Why get a MD instead of other doctoral degree?"
"Do you think healthcare is a right or priveledge?"
"Pretty standard questions."
"Who do you feel is most responsible for the health of a patient?"
"What are problems with America's healthcare?"
"What makes you laugh, and what makes you angry?"
"An ethics question"
"Asked about a specific problem in a field that one of my extracurricular activities was involved in. It was a very individualized question."
"Discussed what I thought was an important issue in healthcare"
"Are you specific with "personalized medicine"?"
"Tell me about yourself."
"tell me about your craziest EMT call / case"
"What types of medicine are you interested in? Is there a specific location you'd like to practice?"
"What's your favorite movies do you like?
What extracurricular activity did you enjoy the most?"
"At what point did you know your previous degree plan/major was not for you?"
"Describe a difficult time in your life and how you overcame it."
"How was the healthcare in other countries that you lived in? (I had lived in two countries before coming over to the US)."
"What makes you laugh?"
"Ask us questions."
"Specifics about my file"
"How would you handle failure?"
"If a mother was against giving her child a vaccine, what would you as a doctor do?"
"What is it about you that we (PCOM) should know that really expresses why you should be here?"
"Would you order a blood transfusion for a child with hemophilia if his or her parents were opposed to it on religuous grounds?"
"They seemed to be impressed with me as soon as I walked in! I'm an English major so was one of the interviewers. We seemed to hit it off right away. I never expected to love the interview so much!"
"Would you like to stay and practice in [X] town (Specific to the town in which I live)?"
"What do you have to offer?"
"What is something you've failed at and what did you learn from it?"
"Experiencing the healthcare system in France along with your knowledge of the exposure to US healthcare, how would you say the two compare?"
"How did I feel about problem-based curriculum?"
"It was a comment that they made at the beginning of the interview. It was something about how I'm a gator fan and how they hate gator fans. =) I was accepted a few days later so... its ok to be a gator fan!"
"What was your most memorable experience as a medical assistant?"
"Imagine this scenario. You are admitted to medical school. You are taking an exam and you see somebody cheating. What would you do?"
"Are you in a fraternity?"
"How did you manage "near perfect" attendance (info in one of my LORs)"
"What role do you think you would play in the class?"
"Do you plan to work while in medical school?"
"Why did you get married right before you applied to medical school?"
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