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  • Saint Louis University School of Medicine
  • Allopathic Medical School
  • Saint Louis
Individual Feedback 5 277 Responses
Overall Experience

How did the interview impress you?

Response # Responders
Positively 191
Negatively 30
No change 5

What was the stress level of the interview?

Response Avg # Responders
2.80 270

0 = low, 10 = high

How you think you did?

Response Avg # Responders
7.53 192

0 = low, 10 = high

How do you rank this school among ALL other schools?

Response Avg # Responders
6.20 173

0 = low, 10 = high
Questions

How long was the interview?

Response # Responders
5 minutes 0
10 minutes 0
15 minutes 2
20 minutes 6
25 minutes 11
30 minutes 52
35 minutes 24
40 minutes 24
45 minutes 80
50 minutes 25
55 minutes 4
60+ minutes 46

Where did the interview take place?

Response # Responders
At the school 240
At a regional location 25
At another location 4

What was the style of the interview?

Response # Responders
One-on-one 268
In a group 0

What type of interview was it?

Response # Responders
Open file 263
Closed file 2

How many people interviewed you?

Response Average # Responders
0.99 270

What is one of the specific questions they asked you (question 1)?

"Tell me about a case you remember from scribing in the ED." More from this Member | Report Response

"Almost totally straightforward questions about my app and experiences." More from this Member | Report Response

"They just asked things from my application and then it became very conversational after that." More from this Member | Report Response

"Just asked about ECs" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about a teamwork experience." More from this Member | Report Response

"What does your family do for work?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are important characteristics of a good doctor? Do you feel you have these?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What questions do you have for me?" More from this Member | Report Response

"She basically went through my application and asked me to talk about each activity." More from this Member | Report Response

"What speciality are you interested in?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Greatest challenge/ obstacle?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How did you choose medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about x experience (repeated about 6 times, going down a selected list of my activities/experiences my interviewer had previously read)" More from this Member | Report Response

"About my decision to enter the medical profession." More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you think are your strengths?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was your most interesting clinical experience?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about where you grew up." More from this Member | Report Response

"How did your parents being doctors affect your path to medical school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Do you have any siblings?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Motivations" More from this Member | Report Response

"What philanthropy did you raise money for? (reference to one of my activities)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you apply to SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What about St. Louis appeals to you?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Explain ______ involvement. (Literally 80% of the questions I received were of this form)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What type of leadership skills do you possess?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Where do you see yourself in 10 years?" More from this Member | Report Response

"So you're from ____. Have you lived there your whole life?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Name your strengths and weaknesses" More from this Member | Report Response

"What made you apply to SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why St. Louis? (be prepared for this if you are not a Missouri resident and have no connection to the state/city)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Specific questions about a journal paper I wrote a few years ago." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me in detail about... (he listed just about everything on my AMCAS and proceeded to type notes on his laptop the whole time)." More from this Member | Report Response

"What's the offside rule in soccer" More from this Member | Report Response

"What will I do if I dont get into medical school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me more about your research" More from this Member | Report Response

"it was a mostly conversational interview." More from this Member | Report Response

"How would your friends describe you" More from this Member | Report Response

"How has your experience as an EMT affected your decision to go into medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Mostly conversational" More from this Member | Report Response

"What areas of medicine are you considering?" More from this Member | Report Response

"So, why St. Louis?" More from this Member | Report Response

"I see you have done a lot of cancer work..." More from this Member | Report Response

"What did you do over the summer?" More from this Member | Report Response

"About my research, volunteering, etc. How do you treat X condition (I think he wanted me to admit I didn't know, which I had no problem doing)?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about X grade and Y grade (2 poor grades from my transcript)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about a situation in which you disappointed yourself or someone else?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about (x) EC (from AMCAS)?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Most interesting experience shadowing?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Was there anything special about your childhood?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why medicine" More from this Member | Report Response

"Specific question to my personal statement (What happened here?)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What did you not like about the faculty at your undergrad institution?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about what you are doing now." More from this Member | Report Response

"About my childhood/general life" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about yourself." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU? (Be ready.)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is your biggest disappointment in life?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you want me to present to the Admissions Committee?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you choose xxx University for undergrad? Any regrets?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Name three things you would change about yourself. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about where you're from" More from this Member | Report Response

"what has been your greatest accomplishment?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your research?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are your weaknesses, strengths?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is one of the biggest challenges you've faced?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What kind of city is your hometown? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Please tell me about yourself. What should i know about you as a person?" More from this Member | Report Response

"SO why do you want to be a doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Have you been accepted to any other schools yet?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about yourself/family" More from this Member | Report Response

"What's your most challenging experience?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you apply to Saint Louis?" More from this Member | Report Response

"asked about my volunteer experience" More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you handle stress." More from this Member | Report Response

"What is most important to you in life?" More from this Member | Report Response

"(very conversational) What do your parents do for a living?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the name of the metal cage used in LTP studies? (related to my research)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why are you a psychology major?" More from this Member | Report Response

"why did I take time off before med school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"The France one above." More from this Member | Report Response

"What do think about the healthcare crisis?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to become a physician?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Questions based on AMCAS application." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about...(your name)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What makes medicine different from any other profession?" More from this Member | Report Response

"my interview was very conversational and afterwards my interviewer told me that he sees no reason why i shouldn't be accepted here. this isn't an interview to stress about at all" More from this Member | Report Response

"only specific questions about my applications, nothing difficult. also, my interviewer had the coolest beard/mustache ever." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about _______ (insert research)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about experience X." More from this Member | Report Response

"Have you ever seen any questionable actions by Dr. X while working with/shadowing him? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your parents." More from this Member | Report Response

"What would you like me to tell the Admissions Committee about you?" More from this Member | Report Response

"why the big difference in your 2 mcat scores?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why Medicine? Why do people go to the doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you do when you are not studying?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you do to relax?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your shadowing experience" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did I pick my undergraduate university?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your medical experience." More from this Member | Report Response

"What do your parents do?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Where are you in the interviewing process?" More from this Member | Report Response

"No real questions but, my interviewer said that I interviewed fine but my MCAT was a little low for them (I had a 30), and looking at their past statistics I didn't really follow this comment. My interviewer was very interesting and cordial and had a lot of experience in medicine but was still up to date. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me what you like to do in your free time." More from this Member | Report Response

"Have you ever seen a doctor being unethical?" More from this Member | Report Response

"just know the things you left out of your AMCAS, for example, if you haven't mentioned any challenges or obstacles, then brush up on those. " More from this Member | Report Response

"How old are your siblings?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about yourself..." More from this Member | Report Response

"What will you do if you don't get into medical school? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Where else have you interviewed/gotten accepted? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Where is this city you live in?" More from this Member | Report Response

"what do you do in your spare time?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you handle stress?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your family, childhood, and interest in medicine." More from this Member | Report Response

"Just talked about my experiences and involvement." More from this Member | Report Response

"tell me about your childhood" More from this Member | Report Response

"How did you come to know you want to be a doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why St. Louis University?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why medicine? Have you considered any other careers?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your family-- what they do etc" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your volunteering/shadowing experiences" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was the best part about traveling abroad?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about experience X?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Do you think we need more troops in Iraq?" More from this Member | Report Response

"The questions were mostly standard, except for those mentioned above." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why St. Louis? Why medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the role of the physician in society?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What classes have you taken recently (I've been out of school for 2 years and wanted to make sure I could handle the coursework which I found funny!)" More from this Member | Report Response

"KNOW YOUR PERSONAL STATEMENT! Tons of my questions drew explicitly from this! " More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you get a ___ in this class." More from this Member | Report Response

"Where did you grow up? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Asked about my personal statement." More from this Member | Report Response

"All of the questions related almost solely to my personal statement." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU? Why doctor? If you don't get in this year what will you do next year? " More from this Member | Report Response

"see above" More from this Member | Report Response

"What does your dad do? What does your mom do? How many brothers and sisters do you have?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to go to vet school instead of med school now?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What have you done in the last 2 years that will help you do well in classes even with so much time off?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about....some experience or other on my application." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you choose your undergrad school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What makes a Doctor special?" More from this Member | Report Response

"what do you do for fun?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What kind of field would you like to go into?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What does your mother do?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about yourself and family" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you know about us (SLU)?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe my school's alcoholic policy and if I've ever had a roommate conflict? (i'm an RA)" More from this Member | Report Response

"So, your grandfather was a doctor and your mother is a nurse, did they help you make the decision to pursue medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"I'd like to ask about this C in Transport and Rate Processes...etc." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU? Why do you want to be a doctor? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Do you have siblings?" More from this Member | Report Response

"In general he asked me in depth questions about my activities, work and etc. So for instance, he saw I'd gone to the Philippines on a mission trip. So he asked me what I thought was the general state of the country, and what I viewed as the main cause of the deterioration. So we got into a big discussion on history, which ended with us both saying we didn't really know the recent history of the Philippines very well. Stuff like that. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Do you know any alcoholics? What have you done for them?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Just a nice conversation, to be honest I dont remember many questions except the one stated above. He asked me about my application and my motivation for entering medicine." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why St. Louis?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe yourself." More from this Member | Report Response

"Your research seems interesting, tell me a little about it." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why medicine? Why SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"why st. louis? why do you want to become a doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to be a doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me more about such and such experience, that was on your AMCAS application" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your research and extracurricular experiences" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are your greatest strengths/weaknesses?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Write your own Letter of Rec (describe qualities about yourself)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are your hobbies?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about yourself" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me what you're doing this year." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about yourself and your family. Why SLU? Why medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you have certain grades?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"strengths, weaknesses, what you would change about yourself" More from this Member | Report Response

"how do you destress?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your family." More from this Member | Report Response

"What are your strengths/weaknesses?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What has been the most difficult experience you have had to deal with? What are your strengths and weaknesses? What would you like to change about yourself?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why St. Louis U?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU Med?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why MD, how do you know, what have you done" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about yourself?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU? Most rewarding experience? Who influenced your decision to pursue medicine the most?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What does your mom do? What does your dad do? Do those jobs require degrees?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What kind of volunteer work have you done?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU? Strengths/Weaknesses Clarifications on my AMCAS." More from this Member | Report Response

"Several questions about my family, it got close to being over the top I thought." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your family. How do they feel about you going into medicine? Is anyone forcing you?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your volunteer experiences. Tell me about your family. Tell me about your undergrad school." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your family? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU? How do you think you will make the transition from college to medical school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do patients visit the doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your research." More from this Member | Report Response

"why don't you just go to school in wisconsin...the tuition is a lot cheaper" More from this Member | Report Response

"If you could change one thing about yourself right now, what would you change? If you're comfortable doing so, tell me about your family. (this had to do with my PS) What is your strongest characteristic? What are you doing now? (i.e. if not going to school) Describe your research. What languages do you speak? What do you think are important qualities (or the most important, i can't remember which) a physician should possess?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your medical experiences." More from this Member | Report Response

"They asked about my research.( I am a graduate student)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your family/about yourself." More from this Member | Report Response

What is one of the specific questions they asked you (question 2)?

"What are your hobbies?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What would your friends say about you?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was your general progression into wanting to pursue medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is a challenge you faced?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you decide to pursue medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me more about __________ activity?" More from this Member | Report Response

"When did you first hear about SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are your strengths and weaknesses?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about yourself." More from this Member | Report Response

"About my family's influence in my life choices." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about this activity. (basically went through my application in front of me and just asked questions about each activity)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to come to SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Draw a diagram of the roux-en-y procedure (had to do with my research)" More from this Member | Report Response

"normal questions, know your application" More from this Member | Report Response

"about MCAT/GPAs" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why St. Louis/SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"If you had to pick today, what specialty would you choose?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Explain the results of your research" More from this Member | Report Response

"How did your childhood affect your career choices?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about yourself" More from this Member | Report Response

"Specific to the research I was involved in--basically did our results show an effect and prove our hypothesis?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why Saint Louis/SLU" More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you like your undergrad?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Challenging Experience" More from this Member | Report Response

"Most AMCAS applications are about accomplishments. Describe a failure that you have had." More from this Member | Report Response

"Specific questions about an ER experience I had a few years ago." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your research in detail and its physiological implications." More from this Member | Report Response

"more AMCAS questions" More from this Member | Report Response

"Have you ever observed an abortion" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do I want in a medical school when deciding what school to attend?" More from this Member | Report Response

"tell me something about your shadowing experience" More from this Member | Report Response

"Two strengths" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you know about Jesuit education?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Where is your hometown?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What specialty would you choose if you had to pick today?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you like our facilities?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why a Jesuit school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How did you pick your undergrad?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What made you decide to apply to SLU" More from this Member | Report Response

"What clinical experience have you had? Tell me about some patient experiences" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are some of the biggest challenges you've faced in your life? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Did you have any unique experiences in high school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about X extracurricular activity" More from this Member | Report Response

"What would you have done differently at your undergrad institution, if you could do it over?" More from this Member | Report Response

"If you could change three things about yourself, what would they be?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your activities." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you take the MCAT twice?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What does it mean to be a doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"After living in California all your life, why would you want to come to St. Louis? " More from this Member | Report Response

"What relatives did for a living" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are you doing in your year off?" More from this Member | Report Response

"So you shadowed Dr. xxx, how was it? Tell me about your volunteer experience? Any memories that stick out?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your strengths and weaknesses" More from this Member | Report Response

"Have you had any clinical experience in college?" More from this Member | Report Response

"where do you see yourself in 10-15 years?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What have you been doing during your year away from school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"In middle of my discussion about healthcare, I was suddenly asked about what kinds of books I like to read." More from this Member | Report Response

"Do you have any volunteer experience? Can you describe this experience? " More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you like to do to relax? Who are your favorite authors or books you have read recently and why?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me more about your study abroad experience." More from this Member | Report Response

"Your biggest challenge?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome to get to where you are today?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What quality is unique to being a doctor that you don't find in any other profession? (there was a very specific answer for this one)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are the issues concerning healthcare and physicians?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you relax?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What kind of support system do you have?" More from this Member | Report Response

"do i have a support group to help me handle the stress of med school" More from this Member | Report Response

"What made you decide to pursue medicine." More from this Member | Report Response

"tell me about your volunteering activities." More from this Member | Report Response

"Have you had any difficult choiced or challenges in life?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What kind of doctor do you want to be?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How patient's families reacted to the death of their loved one when they were not at the bedside." More from this Member | Report Response

"How long have you known you wanted to be a doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"tell me about this activity.." More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you respond to stress?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What will you do next year if you are not accepted?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What kind of unique experiences have you had" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are some characteristics of a good physician?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What took you to Vanderbilt? Anything you would change about your undergrad experience?" More from this Member | Report Response

"So what made you choose Brandeis (my undergrad)?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your research/yourself." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What sets being a physician apart from any other career in the world. " More from this Member | Report Response

"So... you're from California (insert your hometown). Tell me about it." More from this Member | Report Response

"What are my hobbies/what I do to relax" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about experience X?" More from this Member | Report Response

"When did you face a challenge in your life?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How did you hear about SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What will you do if you do not get in?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe your family. " More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you like to do for fun?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you do for fun?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What did you do to improve on your MCATs the second time?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to be a doctor? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to be a doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"why st. louis?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do people go to the doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are your strengths/weaknesses?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about yourself?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What other schools do you have/or had interviews at?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was a difficult situation you experienced?" More from this Member | Report Response

"explain this "problem" on your transcript. (i had gotten 2 b- grades junior year and didn't really think there was anything wrong with that, so i was surprised he asked me about it, and i really didn't know what to say)." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why medicine? Have you considered other careers?" More from this Member | Report Response

"tell me about your job" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was a stressful situation you were in?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you do outside of academia,or what do you do for fun?" More from this Member | Report Response

"what do you like to do for fun" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do your parents do?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe X experience." More from this Member | Report Response

"What other schools have you applied to and do you have any other upcoming interviews?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is a major problem facing health care and how would you fix it?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your family. What are your strengths and weaknesses? What do you do to de-stress? AMCAS, Volunteer experiences--DETAILED questions about how I felt, what I learned, etc during those experiences." More from this Member | Report Response

"How did you improve your MCAT scores?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why MD?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you think that your business minor will help you out in medical school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What will you do if you don't get in?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Did you have any roommates in college/any conflicts you had to resolve?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Be prepared to answer questions about your application." More from this Member | Report Response

"What did you do to get your MCAT score? Why'd you take a couple years off? " More from this Member | Report Response

"What events in your life led up to a career in medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are you doing and why did you take a year off after undergraduate school? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about X experience" More from this Member | Report Response

"What area of medicine are you interested in?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you apply to SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are you currently reading? What is that???" More from this Member | Report Response

"tell me about your volunteering experience" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you think will be the hardest part in adjusting to medical school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you choose medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the biggest challenge you have overcome?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do my parents do for a living. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to come here?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Do you have any brothers or sisters? Are they in healthcare?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What will you do if not accepted to medical school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was the biggest accomplishment in your life? " More from this Member | Report Response

"What type of medicine do you want to go into?" More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview was very in depth, the general tone of it was serious, but it was also calm and friendly." More from this Member | Report Response

"Have you ever been injured in the sports you play?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do your parents do for a living?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What did you do in college outside of academics?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about a challenge you have faced in your life and how you overcame it." More from this Member | Report Response

"The biggest challenge you've encountered in life" More from this Member | Report Response

"questions about volunteer, extracurricular, childhood." More from this Member | Report Response

"questions about volunteer, extracurricular, chilhood." More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you enjoy to do in your free time?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What changes should we make to improve health care?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Does your family support your decision to pursue medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why St Louis?" More from this Member | Report Response

"In college, how did you handle roommate issues?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Where do you see yourself in 10 years?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How did you study for the MCAT" More from this Member | Report Response

"What questions do you have for me?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Do you have research experience? " More from this Member | Report Response

"What sort of career in medicine to you want?" More from this Member | Report Response

"If you don't get into medical school, what will you do?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you do to destress?" More from this Member | Report Response

"tell me more about this volunteer experience..." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your research experience." More from this Member | Report Response

"What would you change about yourself?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your volunteer experiences/volunteer experiences." More from this Member | Report Response

"What are you most proud of in your life? What has been the most rewarding experince in your life?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What qualities should a physician posses?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to go to med school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? Why?" More from this Member | Report Response

"what have you learned about yourself by doing......." More from this Member | Report Response

"How did you become interested in medicine? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Where do you see yourself in 10 yrs?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Clearly you don't come from a background with medicine, so why medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your family." More from this Member | Report Response

"What experiences, clinical, research, etc., directed you towards the field of medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why not research?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Difficult situation you have faced, what do you do for fun." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to be an MD? Why SLU? What do you do to relax? How did you solve a roommate problem?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me your strengths and weaknesses." More from this Member | Report Response

"Difficult situation you've experienced?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What have you learned about yourself from your volunteer experiences? " More from this Member | Report Response

"What is something you want to change about yourself?" More from this Member | Report Response

"So tell me what you do to resolve roommate problems?" More from this Member | Report Response

"what do your parents do" More from this Member | Report Response

"Which volunteer experience has been the most memorable? What have you learned about yourself from your volunteer experiences? Describe a difficult situation you've faced, how you overcame it, and include characteristics about yourself that are demonstrated through this experience. What do you do for fun? outside interests?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why I would want to go to St. Louis?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to come to St. Louis U.? " More from this Member | Report Response

What is one of the specific questions they asked you (question 3)?

"What volunteering experiences do you have?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is a challenge you've had to overcome?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why St. Louis University?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Please explain how X activity influenced your desire to become a doctor." More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe a meaningful shadowing experience." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why Saint Louis and SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about experience X" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLUSOM?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why are you interested in SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did I choose medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Do you have any OR/ER experience?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How is it in (city you come from)?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your design project (eng. student)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is your greatest achievement so far?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What else can I do for you? I think this was his "give me another topic to ask you about"." More from this Member | Report Response

"timeline and explanations of my activities" More from this Member | Report Response

"When did you realize you wanted to pursue medicine? (I am a nontraditional applicant)" More from this Member | Report Response

"How will you adjust living in the US?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How was shadowing with Dr. ___?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What did you like about your research experience and what didn't you like" More from this Member | Report Response

"What got you involved in your research, organizations, trips abroad, dance team, etc." More from this Member | Report Response

"Unique Experience" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe a patient experience that has stood out to you at your job." More from this Member | Report Response

"Specific questions about my hobbies (web design." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about this activity on your AMCAS and how that will make you a better physician." More from this Member | Report Response

"What is Reiki" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was something interesting I noticed during my abroad and clinical experiences?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Two weaknesses" More from this Member | Report Response

"Name one thing you would change about your past." More from this Member | Report Response

"Some specific questions about my family, based on info from my application package." More from this Member | Report Response

"Do you have any friends or relatives in St. Louis?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What will you do if you aren't accepted anywhere?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Questions about my dead grandma (fair, it was a huge part of my PS)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What made you decide to pursue medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about this specific time in the application process" More from this Member | Report Response

"Anything you saw during shadowing turn you off to medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are some of your strengths?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Do you have any questions for me?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe a situation in which you showed good interpersonal skills." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your childhood." More from this Member | Report Response

"About experiences" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your activities during school." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why St. Louis?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Have you seen anything (regarding medical education) at other schools that you thought was out of the ordinary?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you apply to SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe an experience with a patient. (I have none to be honest because the bulk of my clinical experience was with a radiology service). " More from this Member | Report Response

"Q's about research" More from this Member | Report Response

"How did you decide to do medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your research with Dr. xxx. Do you have any other clinical experience? What are your thoughts on the emotional aspect of pediatric oncology (I am doing research in the department)?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you do for fun?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are your hobbies" More from this Member | Report Response

"what are you hobbies? what do u do for fun?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Talk a little about your research. Do you want to continue doing research?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about previous job experiences." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about experience X?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me more about your research. Did you have a lot of patient interaction? " More from this Member | Report Response

"When you went into college did you know you were going to be a doctor and if so is there a specific event or reason you started on this path?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me more about your work as a CNA." More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you do to relax" More from this Member | Report Response

"Is there anything you would like to say to the admissions committee or is there anything you would like for them to be aware of?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU? Why medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you relax? What kind of music do you like?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Who's your role model?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What did you do in the time you took off after undergrad." More from this Member | Report Response

"tell me about your hobbies." More from this Member | Report Response

"What type of medicine are you interested in practicing?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are some of your hobbies?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why St. Louis? You don't like New York?" More from this Member | Report Response

"any areas of interest?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about yourself? your family? your physician shadowing? your research? etc." More from this Member | Report Response

"Where do you see yourself in 10 years?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What led you to decide to become a physician?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your research X (he picked the most inconsequential of all my activities)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to come back to St. Louis? Where else are you interviewing and how likely is it that you would come here?" More from this Member | Report Response

"If you get into SLU and Mizzou, how will you decide?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the role of a physician with a terminally ill patient." More from this Member | Report Response

"What made you choose to become a doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What new music artist would you recommend?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Again... it was mostly conversational about different aspects of my AMCAS application." More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you resolve roommate problems?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Questions regarding my activities" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about yourself." More from this Member | Report Response

"What are my strengths and weaknesses?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are you doing currently?" More from this Member | Report Response

"They asked about my transcript (grades/W's etc)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What type of physician would you like to be?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about X experience. X=just about all my major activities listed in the AMCAS." More from this Member | Report Response

"What other schools have you interviewed at/been accepted? (I thought that this question was kind of unfair, but be prepared to answer it because they seem to ask it a lot)" More from this Member | Report Response

"How do folic acid deficincies affect pregnant women in third world countires?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Not the third quesiton..but he asked about a W on my transcript." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about and problem you've had with your roommate and how you solved it." More from this Member | Report Response

"What is one difficulty you have faced and how did you overcome it?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your volunteer and shadowing experiences. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you get a C in this class and an Incomplete in another? " More from this Member | Report Response

"why medicine." More from this Member | Report Response

"Which other medical schools have you interviewed at?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about a problem you overcame." More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you like to do for fun?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe your community service experience." More from this Member | Report Response

"tell me about the 'w' on your record" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was a problem you had and how did you handle it?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you think of the NHL starting again this season?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe your research experiences?" More from this Member | Report Response

"tell me about your research, study abroad, etc" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do your parents do? What about your brother? What do you like to do for fun?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are you doing now (that you're out of college)?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why medical school? Why SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you choose your undergraduate institution and how do you handle being in large lectures?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Some sports talk regarding the Cardinals (this was during the world series)." More from this Member | Report Response

"Standard sort of stuff, but the interview was more of a conversation than a Q&A session" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you think makes a good doctor? Do you possess those qualities?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why medicine? Why not nursing?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was the most difficult situation you've had to face?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you think that St. Louis is somewhere that you want to go to school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Stuff just about my app." More from this Member | Report Response

"What's been your most unique experience?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What medical field are you planning on pursuing?" More from this Member | Report Response

"When did you decide you wanted to be a doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is a problem you came about, how did you fix it, and what was the outcome?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Any questions?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was the most difficult thing that you have had to overcome?" More from this Member | Report Response

"tell me about your family" More from this Member | Report Response

"Where else have you applied?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your research experience." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to become a doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did I pick SLU." More from this Member | Report Response

"Where do you ski?" More from this Member | Report Response

"I know this is a bit contrived, but we have one question will like to ask: Is there anyting in your life that you can think of that was a really hard experience for you? How did you get through it?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you see yourself doing in 10 years? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Name a struggle that you have overcome" More from this Member | Report Response

"What other schools have you applied to?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you apply to St. Louis?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Do you have any idea what type of medicine you want to practice or are you wide open? For most of the interview I felt that he was trying to sell the school but we had a very nice conversation." More from this Member | Report Response

"If not medicine, then what? I had to think about this one for a little while. " More from this Member | Report Response

"what do you like to have for fun? what was your most difficult class you have had? how did you study for mcat 2nd time?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How have your teaching experiences helped you on your career path to becoming a doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your family." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your *** (grade, experience, activity etc)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did I choose my major? (I did not have a traditional pre-med major)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you expect to be the most rewarding and unrewarding aspects of the medical profession?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your volunteer experience" More from this Member | Report Response

"also see above..." More from this Member | Report Response

"What did you do for housing in college? Did you get along w/ your roomates?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What has been the most challenging thing you've had to overcome and how did you overcome it?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe your family background." More from this Member | Report Response

"What do your parents do?" More from this Member | Report Response

"what do you like about St. Louis considering where you are from and where you went to school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your clinical experience." More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you relax?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you like to do in your free time?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to come to St. Louis University?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is a weakness you have?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was the worst thing you saw during your volunteer experience? (I volunteered in a hospital ICU)" More from this Member | Report Response

"what are you going to do if you don't get in" More from this Member | Report Response

"What qualities should a physician possess?" More from this Member | Report Response

"3 things that you would change about yourself? What are your hobbies?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you destress?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to come to this school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you do for fun/to relax? Tell me about your family and yourself. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Questions about current courses (nothing that interesting)." More from this Member | Report Response

"What will you do next year if you do not get in" More from this Member | Report Response

"What things would you change about yourself? What do you think about the political situation in countries I'd visited?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about such-and-such activities..." More from this Member | Report Response

"How many schools did you apply to?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Lots of questions regarding application - be prepared to talk about or elaborate upon anything." More from this Member | Report Response

"What quality do you think physicians should possess? What do you do besides study?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was the most challenging thing you have faced?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Extracurricular questions" More from this Member | Report Response

"what do you do for fun" More from this Member | Report Response

"of course, Why SLU? and, do you have any ?s for me?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are some things you like to do outside of school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How did I resolve a problem with a room mate?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to be a doctor, etc..." More from this Member | Report Response

What was the most interesting question?

"None. She just had me explain every activity (research, extracurricular, etc.) on my primary application." More from this Member | Report Response

"From my medical career prior to application and because my interviewer was a psychiatrist: describe an interaction with a mental health patient." More from this Member | Report Response

"Is this your first interview?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you want to know about the school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"A question about how I feel about Obamacare" More from this Member | Report Response

"Who was Chester Arthur?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the hardest part about being a leader? (in response to my leadership activities)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Asked to tell about each activity on AMCAS." More from this Member | Report Response

"How can you protect from lethal doses of radiation? (Related to my research)" More from this Member | Report Response

"We discussed my work at the free clinic." More from this Member | Report Response

"They were all very straightforward" More from this Member | Report Response

"I didn't think there were any strange or unusual questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"Name a famous person from [city I came from]." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your clinical apprenticeship." More from this Member | Report Response

"All standard interview questions" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you think makes you a strong candidate?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Asked to elaborate on different experiences listed on application." More from this Member | Report Response

"What makes a good physician?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you know about peds?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the book about? (I mentioned a book I recently read.)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing too memorable" More from this Member | Report Response

"one behavioral question: describe a situation where you had to use interpersonal skills to resolve a dilemma or problem" More from this Member | Report Response

"In a surgery room, there's the surgeon, anesthesiologist, nurses, technicians, etc. Who is the most important person in that room?" More from this Member | Report Response

"My interviewers (Dean of Admissions) seemed to be interested in my interests in medical devices, which I enjoyed talking about." More from this Member | Report Response

"They were all really generic, nothing too interesting." More from this Member | Report Response

"What would your friends say are your weaknesses?" More from this Member | Report Response

"If you had a magic wand and could change one thing about health care what would it be?" More from this Member | Report Response

"There was not a single interesting question" More from this Member | Report Response

"Name one thing I would change about my past." More from this Member | Report Response

"The question about Jesuit education; it led to an interesting conversation about the overall feel of the institution and campus and the impact of a religious affiliation." More from this Member | Report Response

"Where is your hometown?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was your favorite race (running)?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about (a specific humanities class I had taken)." More from this Member | Report Response

"What qualities are important for a doctor" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about a situation in which you disappointed yourself or someone else?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you find balance in your life? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Now, ask me your questions about SLU!" More from this Member | Report Response

"none, basically you can recite your primary application to the interviewer" More from this Member | Report Response

"How would your friends describe you?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing interesting...all "fluffy" questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"Deep questions about my childhood!" More from this Member | Report Response

"Different aspects about my experiences during college." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me a unique experience you have had." More from this Member | Report Response

"What's the most challenging obstacle in your life?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is something that was different or surprised you in the clinical setting?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing special, it was more conversational." More from this Member | Report Response

"What is it that doctors don't understand about economics? (I'm working on two degrees in molecular biology and economics.)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you get frustrated with?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you like to do for fun?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the thing you are most proud of?" More from this Member | Report Response

"what are 3 things about yourself you would change?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How are you going to manage your new marriage and medical school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Explain to me how to hang drywall." More from this Member | Report Response

"The whole interview was very conversational. The most interesting question was probably when I was asked to describe the crazy people I would come in contact with while working one of my many entry level positions." More from this Member | Report Response

"Basic interview questions. A few about how I handle stress and my motivations for becoming a doctor." More from this Member | Report Response

"Based on your experience, what is the meaning of ''Physician''?" More from this Member | Report Response

"If I were to visit California, where would you recommend going?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What I thought a ''billiken'' was." More from this Member | Report Response

"What subjects interested you the most in high school? " More from this Member | Report Response

"What was the most important personal challenge you feel you have faced in your life?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing" More from this Member | Report Response

"Not really an intersting questions" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe a situation when you used good interpersonal skills" More from this Member | Report Response

"Define the role of the physician in society today" More from this Member | Report Response

"What kind of music do you like?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Who's your role model?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you do for fun?" More from this Member | Report Response

"While discussing a trip I had taken to India, I was asked what I thought of the restrooms there." More from this Member | Report Response

"all of the questions were very standard, nothing difficult or tricky." More from this Member | Report Response

"None of the questions were too different than most I've experienced before." More from this Member | Report Response

"Did you ever have to take on a managerial-type role in your family?" More from this Member | Report Response

"A VERY specific and insightful question about my essay. " More from this Member | Report Response

"na" More from this Member | Report Response

"How does the French system of Medicine differ from that of America? (I had broken my ankle while in France)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the biggest challenge you have overcome?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you think is most needed by the homeless population." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing really interesting, just standard questions slightly twisted" More from this Member | Report Response

"What makes medicine different from any other profession?" More from this Member | Report Response

"specific questions about my application" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the biggest challenge you have faced?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Most of the questions were elaborations based on my application. He seemed pretty interested in my insight into medicine through shadowing and as a medical assistant." More from this Member | Report Response

"Have you experienced any hardships in your life?" More from this Member | Report Response

"If you had to invite three people(alive/dead) to dinner, who would they be? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Two parts - If there was one thing you could change about the world, what would it be? (excluding world peace - because that's unachievable) If there was one thing you could change about yourself, what would that be?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the role of the physician in a terminaly ill patient." More from this Member | Report Response

"what field of medicine are you planning to pursue and why" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why would you want to come to SLU; you're from Vanderbilt country?" More from this Member | Report Response

"The interviewer was very personal with me, calling me by name and had reviewed my file to enable him to be familiar with my family life, my history, etc. The most interesting questions came from my background. I was very impressed with this." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you pick your major? (Animal Sciences)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe the most rewarding experience you have had." More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you relax?" More from this Member | Report Response

"standard questions" More from this Member | Report Response

"what are my favorite restaurants in st. louis and chicago." More from this Member | Report Response

"What brings you to St. Louis?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Questions pertaining to my research" More from this Member | Report Response

"What did you learn from experience X and how will this help you in medical school/career as a doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was a difficult experienve that you have overcome?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you believe African Americans are are reluctant to seek medical treatment?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Are there any questions that you have for me about SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What will you do if you do not get in to any medical schools this year?" More from this Member | Report Response

"If you could go back and change the decisions you have made in your life to get to this point what would they be?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Is it still as Jesuit school if there are no Jesuits?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How does fishing (one of my hobbies) relate to a career in medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you feel about pharmaceutical companies and their influence on medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is one difficulty you have faced and how did you overcome it?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Did you experience any difficulties or issues in your childhood?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about a time you faced a problem and showed determination in overcoming it " More from this Member | Report Response

"supposing you didn't get in, what would you do to improve your chances next year." More from this Member | Report Response

"what do you me to say about you in front of the admissions committee?" More from this Member | Report Response

"none really" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why St. Louis?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do people go to doctors?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What other schools have you interviewed/scheduled interviews at?" More from this Member | Report Response

"what do you think will be the biggest challenge you will face during medical school? during practice?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you mentally resolve some of the major medico-ethical issues, such as abortion and euthanasia? That is, what is your thought process?" More from this Member | Report Response

"none" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you think med school will be like while having a family? (I'm married with children.)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Given the two scores here, MCAT and GPA, what do you think best refects how you will do in medical school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Whats a life challenge I've had to deal with" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you like to do" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe, in 25 words or less, how to fix our healthcare system." More from this Member | Report Response

"How do you deal with people that are willing to provide care to animals at the expense of people?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe a problem you had with a roommate or coworker and how you resolved it." More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you think needs to be done to improve conditions in youth leagues?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Something about why licorice should not be given to heart patients. There was no context for the question either. He just hit me with it while we were talking about my hobbies. I think he was trying to see how I would handle it. I had no idea, and he just told me the answer (some organic compound) and moved on." More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the one thing a doctor does that no other profession practices?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was the last movie you saw?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What have you learned about yourself during the entire application process? " More from this Member | Report Response

"What would you change about yourself?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is something that you wish that you could change about yourself?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing really" More from this Member | Report Response

"Most unique experience?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How much does your state school cost?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing really. The interviewer was very relaxed and had read my file earlier and just asked me questions about my personal statement and various experiences." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was the hardest thing you ever had to do?`" More from this Member | Report Response

"How does your morality fit in with our Jesuit teaching style?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me what you know about Jesuit Schools" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe yourself in one that I can repeat to the admissions committee." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing particularly." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you decide to go to medical school instead of veterinary school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How would you like to be presented to the admissions committe in one sentence?" More from this Member | Report Response

"All of the questions were pretty standard, and most related to my application. I didn't have any ethical or hypothetical questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"How have you used interpersonal skills to work through a problem with a roommate or co-worker?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are you currently reading?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why here when you could go to a state school for cheaper?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Generic questions - don't stress out!" More from this Member | Report Response

"What separates the medical profession from all other professions? (my interviewer said the correct answer was that doctors are allowed to physically touch the patient)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What's going on with the financial problems at Georgetown?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe a moment in your life that really defines you as a person. I had trouble with this one." More from this Member | Report Response

"none. they were all pretty basic, nothing out of the ordinary at all." More from this Member | Report Response

"What would be the one thing you would change about yourself and then the world? - couldn't be world peace" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was the biggest challenge you have overcome?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Do you know why is it illegal to make salt from seawater in India?" More from this Member | Report Response

"I was spoken to in Russian and it was very cool, but it startled me." More from this Member | Report Response

"We had a fascinating discussion about race and identity in the US and in the Northwest...we had both gone to college in the Northwest and lived in Africa at some point during our college years, but about 20 years apart. It was nice that they went to the effort to match me to someone with similar interests." More from this Member | Report Response

"What three things would you change about yourself? What are your THREE weaknesses? " More from this Member | Report Response

"I was asked about various difficult times that I had in my life and how I made it through them" More from this Member | Report Response

"Do you really feel as though it's possible to determine the molecular basis of depression, when depression is so 3-dimensional? (This was the goal at the lab I work at.)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Please demonstrate a basket toss (I am a cheerleader)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is a challenge you have faced and how did you overcome it?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are the major medical concerns in your home state?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the one thing you will change about yourself and the world(and you can't say world peace)?" More from this Member | Report Response

"He asked about my marathon training and my writting. It was nice to see that he noticed things in my file that were outside of academics and medicine." More from this Member | Report Response

"If not medicine, then what?" More from this Member | Report Response

"nothing too interesting. just the usual questions about my family, me... but my interviewer did spend a lot of time talking about one of my letters of rec. so remember who your writers were." More from this Member | Report Response

"None of the questions were very interesting - it was pretty much the normal stuff." More from this Member | Report Response

"If you do not get in this year, what will you do? Nothing to interesting tell you the truth." More from this Member | Report Response

" What do you think is going to happen to healthcare in the future" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe a situation where your interpersonal skills were challenged, and what did you learn from that?" More from this Member | Report Response

"There was nothing really out of the ordinary.. all standard interview questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"Give an example of perseverance in your life." More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the role of the physician in today's society?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Write your own LOR" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was the greatest challenge that you've had to overcome and how did you overcome it?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is unique about you?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is your mission? What do you hope to accomplish in your lifetime?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe your experiences living in undergrad dorms." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing really interesting. Just general questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you want to go to Saint Louis University?" More from this Member | Report Response

"N/A" More from this Member | Report Response

"Where have you traveled and why?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Did you injure yourself while playing college football?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing really, all standard questions, why do you want to be a doctor, weakness, strengths, hardest challenge I ever faced" More from this Member | Report Response

"What has been your biggest life's challenge?" More from this Member | Report Response

"If you didn't get into medical school this year and had to reapply what would you do with your year off?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you like to do in your free time? (answered like to read) - what books do you like to read?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Where do you see yourself in ten years?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What would I change about myself?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you look for when analyzing films? (I'm a film history/criticism minor)" More from this Member | Report Response

"None. All were generic." More from this Member | Report Response

"how do you see yourself as a physician in the future" More from this Member | Report Response

"What would your wife change about you?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the most important thing about you that you fell I should know?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your experiences on your AMCAS." More from this Member | Report Response

"What are your hobbies. What is the last book you've read. " More from this Member | Report Response

"There are generally two sets of numbers that describe each applicant: their GPA and MCAT score. What do you think about the numbers that describe you?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about ultimate frisbee. (I played some intramurals)" More from this Member | Report Response

"what is the role of a physician?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What books would you recommend?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you do to relax? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your family." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview was very conversational about me and about my interviewer. We talked a lot about the city and the atmosphere at the school." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why medicine? (or experiences leading up to it) " More from this Member | Report Response

"My interviewer talked to me about my family quite a bit, which was nice. He was interested in the events that lead up to my decision to pursue medicine, since I entered college as an EE." More from this Member | Report Response

"Provide a picture of your parents and any siblings." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing really, all of the questions came from my application, and we just had a pleasant conversation." More from this Member | Report Response

"What makes the medical profession different from all others? (Hint: it's not just about healing or curing) " More from this Member | Report Response

"So tell me what you do to resolve roommate problems?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Being Asian Indian, I could pass for a middle eastern person very easily in an airport. He asked me whether I get offended at having to be pulled aside to be checked most of the time." More from this Member | Report Response

"What have you learned about yourself from your volunteer experiences? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Asked about my research." More from this Member | Report Response

"What does your mom think of you becoming a doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about your family? This question had to do with my personal statement." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me 5 adjectives you would use to describe yourself." More from this Member | Report Response

What was the most difficult question?

"How many shadowing hours do you have?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How can we fix healthcare delivery from a business AND clinical standpoint (business background)?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Just kind of being drilled about certain activities I've done and having to explain them." More from this Member | Report Response

"What is one of the hardest or most difficult situations you have been in?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe a meaningful shadowing experience." More from this Member | Report Response

"Obamacare" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about a time you used interpersonal communication skills." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing was particularly difficult." More from this Member | Report Response

"There were no hard questions! All basic stuff you should be prepared to answer in any interview." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing difficult." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing." More from this Member | Report Response

"None were difficult. The interviewer just confirmed the details of my application.. I did not feel like I was being evaluated." More from this Member | Report Response

"What do your parents think of you going to medical school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What's your opinion on Obamacare?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Give an example of a difficult situation and how did you handle it?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Something about how my degree related to public health, or what someone could do with my degree...I didn't really understand the question, but I'm not sure the interviewer really did, either." More from this Member | Report Response

"I see you had some academic difficulties. Tell me about them and what you did to overcome them." More from this Member | Report Response

"Where are you at in the interview process?" More from this Member | Report Response

"None, everything was regarding my application" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why medicine (interviewer challenged my answer)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Are any of your parents physicians? Name one pro and one con of their medical profession." More from this Member | Report Response

"It was hard to remember some of the details of my past experiences/ECs." More from this Member | Report Response

"Your family is fairly well off, have you ever faced any hardships?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What would your friends say are your strengths?" More from this Member | Report Response

"You don't know what the offside rule is and you play soccer?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why there was a disconnect in my application (I was premed then changed my mind then changed again)" More from this Member | Report Response

"All were pretty standard" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you think makes a good doctor?" More from this Member | Report Response

"I was really taken aback by some of the personal/family questions (which usually don't faze me)." More from this Member | Report Response

"None! We really just chatted, very laid back. " More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the most difficult thing you have dealt with in your life?" More from this Member | Report Response

"None at all. It was very low-stress." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me what qualities you don't like to see in a person." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about a situation in which you disappointed yourself or someone else?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are some of the biggest challenges you've faced in your life?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Some of the questions weren't phrased as questions...sort of odd." More from this Member | Report Response

"all pretty superficial, watch out for the childhood question as it's hard to come up with a decent answer on the spot" More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe your medically related activities" More from this Member | Report Response

"None. The interview felt very rushed" More from this Member | Report Response

"No difficult ones. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing really." More from this Member | Report Response

"How would you describe yourself?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Name three strengths and three weaknesses you have." More from this Member | Report Response

"Ummm, nothing tough at all." More from this Member | Report Response

"Again nothing really difficult" More from this Member | Report Response

"Imagine you are an internist. What is the first thing you do? (he basically asked me to trace out how I would deal with a patient)" More from this Member | Report Response

"How my research would translate into a clinical setting." More from this Member | Report Response

"If you were a doctor, and you wanted to work on a social issue, who would you partner with?" More from this Member | Report Response

"The questions were not difficult and the interview was mostly conversation. I was asked about my undergrad experience, volunteer and research experience, and why I didn't get into medical school last year. Nothing out of the ordinary." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Name three things you would change about yourself." More from this Member | Report Response

"nothing really....pretty conversational. " More from this Member | Report Response

"None. All were specific to my application. Just a conversation." More from this Member | Report Response

"what are 3 things about yourself you would change?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you choose your major? " More from this Member | Report Response

"I was asked to explain a poor grade in a Physics class. The interviewer made a strong effort to make sure he wasn't ''grilling me'', and that he just needed something to go back to the committee with. " More from this Member | Report Response

"None were really that hard. Very low stress." More from this Member | Report Response

"Based on your experience, what is the meaning of ''Physician''?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What would you say is your biggest weakness?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing was too difficult. Why do you want to be a doctor... How do I handle stress..." More from this Member | Report Response

"Have you experienced hardship in your life? Or, have you lived a relatively good life? " More from this Member | Report Response

"same" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing" More from this Member | Report Response

"Biggest challenge, " More from this Member | Report Response

"Describe a situation when you used good interpersonal skills" More from this Member | Report Response

"Please explain how you would handle a patient requesting services that the hospital does not provide (due to the Catholic school/hospital)" More from this Member | Report Response

"How would you propose to fix the healthcare situation?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Who's your role model?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Please explain why you took the MCAT a second time." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing was really difficult. A lot about how I handle stress and my motivations for going into this field." More from this Member | Report Response

"What is most important to you in life?" More from this Member | Report Response

"nothing too difficult" More from this Member | Report Response

"Besides the above... He pimped me on my research even after I told him that the project fell apart. I think he just wanted me to admit I didn't know." More from this Member | Report Response

"na" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why St Louis? How do you handle stress?" More from this Member | Report Response

"None, really...maybe the one above." More from this Member | Report Response

"I was asked about my least impressive activities on my AMCAS" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the biggest challenge you have overcome?" More from this Member | Report Response

"There were no difficult questions, mostly questions about you, your academics and extracurricular activ." More from this Member | Report Response

"None seemed that difficult- The difficulty was that the interviewer seemed to have set answers that he was looking for. He would eventually try to lead me to the answer that he wanted." More from this Member | Report Response

"nada" More from this Member | Report Response

"standard interview question, but i hate it: Give an example of a time you used interpersonal skills to solve a conflict." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me of a time when you needed to use your interpersonal skills in a difficult situation." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing too bad, my interview was a get to know you type of session." More from this Member | Report Response

"If you had to invite three people(alive/dead) to dinner, who would they be? " More from this Member | Report Response

"N/A " More from this Member | Report Response

"None." More from this Member | Report Response

"What sets being a physician apart from any other career in the world" More from this Member | Report Response

"tell me about the most difficult experience for you. why is research important" More from this Member | Report Response

"Difficult questions most likely come from some experience you listed on AMCAS. If you don't know the answer, just say so. Know that if the interviewer has a laptop he/she can google the correct answer." More from this Member | Report Response

"There wasn't necessarily one most difficult question, but we got into a discussion about the difficulty of opening up one's own practice (this was brough up as we talked about my shadowing experiences). I enjoyed the conversational atmosphere, which both put me at ease, and enabled me to express my opinions and reasons for them." More from this Member | Report Response

"What did you learn about medicine from experience X? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Explain some part of my application." More from this Member | Report Response

"how do you resolve roommate problems. " More from this Member | Report Response

"what other schools did you apply? Where will be interviewing?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What was your biggest challenge?" More from this Member | Report Response

"nothing difficult" More from this Member | Report Response

"The questions were pretty standard, just about my experiences, my interviewer was just a sincere guy who really wanted to get to know me. He didnt care to drill me or test me on random knowledge" More from this Member | Report Response

"What kind of people bother you?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you apply/want to go to St. Louis University?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Should people who put themselves at higher risk for injury pay higher health insurance rates?" More from this Member | Report Response

"I see that you took the MCAT twice...How did you prepare differently the second time? " More from this Member | Report Response

"All the questions were easy." More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the biggest challenge you have ever faced?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How do folic acid deficincies affect pregnant women in third world countires?" More from this Member | Report Response

"none really." More from this Member | Report Response

"What's special about you? " More from this Member | Report Response

"Why St. Louis? " More from this Member | Report Response

"nothing really" More from this Member | Report Response

"provide an example that demonstrates your perseverance" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why being a doctor different from all other professions?" More from this Member | Report Response

"none" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why St. Louis?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What about a doctor's job makes it unique from all other professions?" More from this Member | Report Response

"How will you decide upon what med school to attend?" More from this Member | Report Response

"if there is one thing you could say (about yourself) in front of the admissions committee, what would it be?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Greatest strength/weakness" More from this Member | Report Response

"tell me about the 'w' on your record" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are three good characteristics that a physician should have?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me a time you faced difficulty" More from this Member | Report Response

"What's wrong with economy? Also, "did a doctor tell you that?" (in reference to something in my personal statement)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What challenges have you faced in order to arrive at this point in your life?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you have a W in physics?" More from this Member | Report Response

"You've been out of school for two years (I was waiting for my husband to graduate before I applied) so how do I know you're ready for this? " More from this Member | Report Response

"What was a difficult situation you had to overcome during your childhood?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Summarize yourself in one sentence that I will read to the committee, this is the first thing they will know about you." More from this Member | Report Response

"Where else have you interviewed? Do you have future interviews lined up?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What would you want to change about yourself?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the one thing that a physician is allowed to do that no other profession in the world allows members to do?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you get a _____ in this class?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Have you been interviewed anywhere else? Any future interviews coming up?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why do you think there is such a disparity in the distribution of healthcare?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why come to SLU if you are from California?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why did you get a C+ in French?" More from this Member | Report Response

"After going through all my medically related experiences, the interviewer said that those don't count, so what else have I done to prove I am worthy to become a doctor." More from this Member | Report Response

"You seen to know a lot about the "downside of medicine" (Insurance, lawsuits, ect) so why are you still interested in it." More from this Member | Report Response

"Is your MCAT/GPA reflective of your academic abilities?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are your strengths/weaknesses?" More from this Member | Report Response

"If you are not able to attend medical school at all, what would be your next career move?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What would you do if you didn't get into med school this year? (I answered and then my interviewer told me they were looking for "I would contact admissions offices to find out how to improve my application and then I would reapply.")" More from this Member | Report Response

"None of the questions asked were that difficult." More from this Member | Report Response

"What is phytoremediation? (I had mentioned a research project I was interested in concerning phytoremediation)" More from this Member | Report Response

"What mades a doctor special?" More from this Member | Report Response

"see most interesting question" More from this Member | Report Response

"Generic questions - don't stress out!" More from this Member | Report Response

"If you couldn't do medicine, what would you do? (He wasn't asking if I wasn't admitted into medical school what would I do, but he was asking if it was impossible for me to go to medical school)" More from this Member | Report Response

"why did you choose medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you know about us (SLU)?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why St. Louis since you are coming from LA?" More from this Member | Report Response

"I was asked specific questions about "flaws" in my academic transcript (i.e. C's and one Withdrawl). I was grateful for the opportunity to discuss them though; as a Chemical Engineering student my two C's were in classes where the majority of my classmates also earned C's, but you can't put that on a transcript!" More from this Member | Report Response

"What three things would I change about myself?" More from this Member | Report Response

"no difficult questions at all" More from this Member | Report Response

"Can you give me an example of how you used your interpersonal skills to diffuse a situation with a (roommate/coworker)?" More from this Member | Report Response

"I was asked multiple questions about psychology terms related to denial because my transcript said I had taken psychology courses. (I had those classes in high school)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing was very difficult." More from this Member | Report Response

"No difficult questions. No ethics or even why medicine or SLU, just a conversation to get to know you better." More from this Member | Report Response

"what the most unique experience you have had in your life. (was difficult compared to others)" More from this Member | Report Response

"See above (switch the word "interesting" to "difficult")." More from this Member | Report Response

"Do you hate your family?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Random questions to explain part of my file which I hadn't thought about for a long time." More from this Member | Report Response

"None really" More from this Member | Report Response

"What type of scan would you use to identify an acute stroke? (I did stroke research as an undergrad) The point to take away is that you could be asked technical questions..." More from this Member | Report Response

"See above." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing..." More from this Member | Report Response

"What are your greatests strengths and weaknesses" More from this Member | Report Response

"Everything was related to my application" More from this Member | Report Response

"What are some things you are trying to change about yourself/" More from this Member | Report Response

"Write your own LOR." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing too difficult. If you had to write a recommendation for yourself, what strengths would you write about and what would you put that you need to improve on?" More from this Member | Report Response

"It was an ethical question, but I can't remember it." More from this Member | Report Response

"Do you think you are ready for medical school?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you want me to tell the admissions committee about you?" More from this Member | Report Response

"biggest life challenge." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU? (not really my first choice, but will take anything at this point)" More from this Member | Report Response

"nothing really, the interviewer really new my file" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tell me about this bad grade on your transcript." More from this Member | Report Response

"A detailed question about the research I do in a lab at school." More from this Member | Report Response

"What would you change about the world? About yourself? What are your weaknesses?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What would you change about yourself?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Everything was pretty straight forward. No suprises." More from this Member | Report Response

"see above (though not a difficult question, it was the most difficult one I had)" More from this Member | Report Response

"None specifically, but they drilled me on my weaknesses as expected." More from this Member | Report Response

"above" More from this Member | Report Response

"Specific questions about the science of the clinical research that I am involved in." More from this Member | Report Response

"same as above" More from this Member | Report Response

"How would you improve yourself?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What do you think is the role of a physician in today's society?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What qualities do you think a good physician should possess? Do you have these qualities?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Name a major challenge you've experience and how you overcame it. (I felt like she was looking for something huge such as an illness or financial failure, I just don't have that)." More from this Member | Report Response

"What did you think about the medical system of the VA hospital?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Some ethical dilemma re: a transplant case. There was no real right or wrong answer, yet it appeared that whatever I said (and justified) wasn't "the best" answer that the interviewer was looking for." More from this Member | Report Response

"So, exactly how many schools did you apply to?" More from this Member | Report Response

"No difficult questions were asked." More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU? " More from this Member | Report Response

"No questions were difficult - really." More from this Member | Report Response

"If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be and why?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What prevents the country from having universal coverage?" More from this Member | Report Response

"See above" More from this Member | Report Response

"What sort of volunteer experiences have you been involved in" More from this Member | Report Response

"Why SLU Med?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Out of all your volunteer experiences, what was the one thing that impacted you most about medicine?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What is the one thing you want me to tell the admissions committee?" More from this Member | Report Response

"What would you like me to tell the admissions committee for you?" More from this Member | Report Response

How did you prepare for the interview?

"Read over my application, read interview feedback on SDN, mock interview with an advisor." More from this Member | Report Response

"Looked over my application." More from this Member | Report Response

"Just looked over my file a few times" More from this Member | Report Response

"Mock interview, recording myself talking, SDN" More from this Member | Report Response

"Mock interviews with friends and family, review application" More from this Member | Report Response

"I didn't prepare much." More from this Member | Report Response

"Mock interviews with career counselors" More from this Member | Report Response

"Looked over my application, practiced common questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"Looked over my file a bit" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read my application, stayed with a student host and got their input." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN interview feedback, school website, reviewed application." More from this Member | Report Response

"Mock interviews, research the school" More from this Member | Report Response

"Mock interview, reread my primary application, especially activities. Read about my specific interviewer on the school's website." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN feedback" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN forums, school's website, re-read my application" More from this Member | Report Response

"Mock Interview, researching healthcare, reading SDN, outlining questions" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read online materials, read sdn interview feedback, talked to host student." More from this Member | Report Response

"Mock interviews and going through my application thoroughly" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, mock interview with a physician and a friend, read a book on the topic." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN and mock interviews" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, school website, reviewed application" More from this Member | Report Response

"Primary, Secondary, Feedback, website" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, read the school's website" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read SDN interview feedback, researched school curriculum etc, read my primary and secondary responses" More from this Member | Report Response

"Mock interviews; used questions from SDN and other internet sources." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read school website, SDN" More from this Member | Report Response

"Extensive research on the school." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN Interview Feedback" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, read my primary" More from this Member | Report Response

"read SLU's mission, website, read about my interviewer and his research, talked to med students" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN interview feedback and tried to relax" More from this Member | Report Response

"practice interviews, with questions from this site and others" More from this Member | Report Response

"Reviewed AMCAS, reviewed SDN, copious amounts of research on the school, talked with students, etc." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, schools website, talking a lot with my student hosts" More from this Member | Report Response

"read school website, met current students" More from this Member | Report Response

"interview feedback, talks with current students" More from this Member | Report Response

"I checked out the interview feedback section from SDN and read stuff from the university website. I also looked into the things St. louis had to offer and made sure that I was aware of everything I had written on my application" More from this Member | Report Response

"mock interview, SDN threads, etc." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read SDN interview feedback, checked out med school website" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN interview feedback." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read the school's website, which actually isn't all that helpful." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read over school's website, SDN, Primary app, Secondary app, biomedical ethics issues." More from this Member | Report Response

"read over my application" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read SLU website, SDN interview feedback" More from this Member | Report Response

"Mock interviews, previous interview, looked over research. Chilled out." More from this Member | Report Response

"Review materials I submitted to the school (AMCAS, updates etc.). Read website. SDN interview feedback page!" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read about the schools strengths and weaknesses, went over the responses I wrote on the SLU secondary" More from this Member | Report Response

"Reviewed AMCAS and secondary, read up on SLU through website/MSAR/other sites, reviewed mock interview" More from this Member | Report Response

"Reviewed info on school, slept well." More from this Member | Report Response

"looked over primary app., looked at school website" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, school website" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read up about the school and the interview feedback on sdn" More from this Member | Report Response

"SLU website, re-read AMCAS" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read over my app, read about SLU online" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, read over essays, mock interviews" More from this Member | Report Response

"Look over your primary application, tried to relax" More from this Member | Report Response

"Looked at SDN, Reviewed my AMCAS, Looked over information sent by the school" More from this Member | Report Response

"I didn't really prepare since I recently had an interview. I went through really fast in my head the main questions like why medicine. Nothing too extensive." More from this Member | Report Response

"this website, mock interviews, school brochure" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN feedback, read over my AMCAS, SLU website, and most of all just relaxed." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, reading about the school" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read AMCAS over again and contemplated life." More from this Member | Report Response

"MSAR, website, SDN, looked over application (most important)" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, read AMCAS and secondary apps, mock interview, practiced questions" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read SDN, MSAR, SLU's website, googled my interviewer, met with an interview coach" More from this Member | Report Response

"AMCAS, SDN, Reviewed SLU site, interview prep." More from this Member | Report Response

"Prayed, read MSAR, read studentdoctor.net, looked at website" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read over SDN, reviewed the school's website, and, in general, practiced interviewing at my college" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, school's website, look through AMCAS" More from this Member | Report Response

"re-read AMCAS and secondary app. SDN, SLU website, spoke to current students" More from this Member | Report Response

"This website. SLU website." More from this Member | Report Response

"Previous interviews, SDN feedback, school website." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, looked over app. and checked out schools web site." More from this Member | Report Response

"Keeping in touch with healthcare news, bought an interview preparation book (which had sample questions in it), and attended mock interviews at my school. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Browsed SDN, looked over AMCAS." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN & looked over app." More from this Member | Report Response

"Answered questions from SDN feedback, researched the school through the SLU website and MSAR, as well as researching a little on St. Louis and the demographic." More from this Member | Report Response

"StudentDoctor.net, browsing over the schools webpage (some parts were not working), looking up my interviewer" More from this Member | Report Response

"Practice interviews, MSAR, SLU website" More from this Member | Report Response

"REad through my amcas and secondary app, looked up my interviewer, read interview feedback about the school and read about the school online." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read the website and the brochure" More from this Member | Report Response

"Re-read my application, SDN, mock-interview" More from this Member | Report Response

"AMCAS, Secondary, SDN, mock interview, three previous med school interviews, reviewed healthcare issues, ethics, ect." More from this Member | Report Response

"AMCAS application, SDN" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, MSAR, school website, and application." More from this Member | Report Response

"sdn, reread my app" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, AMCAS application." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, read the website, previous interview experience" More from this Member | Report Response

"This was my third interview so I didn't feel the need to prepare anymore." More from this Member | Report Response

"Reread my application, purused the website, relaxed." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read my file. Drilled with interview feedback" More from this Member | Report Response

"standard" More from this Member | Report Response

"Went over questions, but I probably didn't need to" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, review AMCAS, slu website, relax" More from this Member | Report Response

"read my AMCAS application, SDN" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, St. Louis website, looked over my AMCAS" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, AMCAS, school website" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, school's website, prehealth committee materials" More from this Member | Report Response

"My AMCAS, SDN" More from this Member | Report Response

"sdn, school's website" More from this Member | Report Response

"sdn, reviewed my amcas, went down the day before and met with current first year, looked up my interviewer" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, reviewed my application, read about the school" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN feedback, went over primary and secondary, read up on SLU." More from this Member | Report Response

"Reviewed website, SDN, AMCAS, and SLU application" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, my application, school website" More from this Member | Report Response

"this was my first interview, so i had only done a few mock interviews and read sdn" More from this Member | Report Response

"Mock Interview, Website etc." More from this Member | Report Response

"this website, read about the school online, met with another doctor while I was there." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, my AMCAS, school website" More from this Member | Report Response

"I read SDN, reviewed the school's website, prepared lots of questions, and really just thought about all the reasons to go there and what I still needed to find out to make an informed decision." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, mock interview, researching the school website." More from this Member | Report Response

"Mock interview, read about SLU, talked to current students there." More from this Member | Report Response

"read over my amcas, read about the school" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, AMCAS" More from this Member | Report Response

"sdn, read my amcas application, practice a few questions with friends" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, the website of the school, " More from this Member | Report Response

"reviwing my own app (most critical), researching what i liked/dislike about the school, sometimes i dont know until the tour though and i probably glanced at SDN...if uve already interview, u dont need to prepare much." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, read SLU webpage, read SLU page in MSAR" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, read application and AMCAS" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read over the mission statement of the school and website info." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, mock interview" More from this Member | Report Response

"Mock interviews, SDN, reread my AMCAS and application" More from this Member | Report Response

"read a lot about the school's program online (despite what other's have said I found the site to be very useful and felt like I knew a lot about the school going in to the interview). I also know someone who went to SLU for PT school so I talked to them about their experiences there. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Read SDN, the school website, MSAR, re-read my AMCAS and secondary app." More from this Member | Report Response

"website, MSAR etc" More from this Member | Report Response

"No preparation." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, Briefly read the school website, asked my student host questions. " More from this Member | Report Response

"SLU website, Read over AMCAS PS, SDN interview feedback" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, amcas application, school's website" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read AMCAS, talked to students, looked at student doctor questions, reviewed some chapters of premed books about interview questions., etc" More from this Member | Report Response

"read this site, read an ethics book (though it didn't end up getting me anything, there were no ethics questions)" More from this Member | Report Response

"spoke to current students at the school, researched online, SDN, my file" More from this Member | Report Response

"no preparation -- watched TV, slept a lot. " More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, looked over amcas" More from this Member | Report Response

"read amcas and website" More from this Member | Report Response

"relaxed in a hot tub" More from this Member | Report Response

"Website, SDN" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN" More from this Member | Report Response

"read comments on sdn, read about the school" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing specifically for this one. I had at this point become a veteran of the interview trail. I just reviewed my application the night before. It was difficult to find specific information on SLU. Their website was not that great." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, school website, AMCAS" More from this Member | Report Response

"website, SDN, read over application" More from this Member | Report Response

"I read about the school online and reviewed my primary app." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read SDN, went over my AMCAS application" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, Kaplan book, SLU website" More from this Member | Report Response

"sdn, amcas app, secondary-- they have have your whole application with them so know it!" More from this Member | Report Response

"AMCAS, researched SLU" More from this Member | Report Response

"This site, friends helped in mock interview." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read the school's website, read SDN, and reviewed my AMCAS application." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, AMCAS, School's website" More from this Member | Report Response

"Mock interview" More from this Member | Report Response

"Went over my AMCAS and researched the school. I was told the name of my interviewer ahead of time, so I looked over his research." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read SDN, mock interviews, and read statements" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read book on interviewing, looked through this site, rehearsed answers to common questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read SDN, the school's website." More from this Member | Report Response

"this website, read over AMCAS, read over other med school's ethics site, read newspaper" More from this Member | Report Response

"SLU website, reviewed application" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, mock interview, reread app, essay, etc." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, reread app, school's site" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN forums, SLU website, read over my application." More from this Member | Report Response

"Re-read my AMCAS, read this site, the school's site" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read up on the school from the website to see the different aspects of the school." More from this Member | Report Response

"Went to other interviews" More from this Member | Report Response

"this website, SLU website, read over essays, and looked over possible questions" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read this website, study their literature online, talk with students once I was there. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Website for school, SDN" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read over my application and the school's admission material; scheduled a mock interview with my career counselors." More from this Member | Report Response

"i had heard that the interview was pretty relaxed, so i just tried to get rest and read a few things on sdn... this was my 3rd interview so I wasn't as stressed out I think." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read this site, browsed their webpage." More from this Member | Report Response

"studentnet, amcas, application, st. louis internet site" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, St. Louis website" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, school website, talked with other students (I stayed with a student host--that was the only positive part of the experience)." More from this Member | Report Response

"looked over AMCAS, secondary, and SDN" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read AMCAS and SLU essays, SDN" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, MSAR, current events" More from this Member | Report Response

"I had already had some other interviews. One of my exit interviews for another school said I needed more clincal experience, so I did 40hrs of shadowing two weeks before the interview." More from this Member | Report Response

"This website, looking over Amcas, mock interviews" More from this Member | Report Response

"Pray, SDN, read about the school, MSAR" More from this Member | Report Response

"stayed with a student host who was able to give me tips" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, school website, secondary app, AMCAS" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read application, their website, SDN feedback" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read over SDN, school website, list of practice questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN site,SLU website, and my AMCAS. " More from this Member | Report Response

"This website, the school's website." More from this Member | Report Response

"this site, read books about ethics and healthcare policy..." More from this Member | Report Response

"Got a recent copy of my transcript for my admissions file, glanced over my applications, relaxed and went to the Gateway Arch the day before..." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing, this was my 4th interview." More from this Member | Report Response

"read my AMCAS, read website on school" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, reread my apps, asked students about my interviewer, tried to get an accurate impression of SLU during the tours." More from this Member | Report Response

"I drove ten hours in a car discussing some of my responses and Sherman's March to the Sea. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Read my application" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read the St. Louis website, this website, mock interview, reviewed my AMCAS." More from this Member | Report Response

"this site, read over my application" More from this Member | Report Response

"Went over AMCAS, secondary, school website, SDN, read an ethics book, did research on hot topics, and read the NY Times. All you really need to go over are your application materials." More from this Member | Report Response

"sdn, mock interview offered at school, looked at application, prepared for general questions that I knew were going to be asked" More from this Member | Report Response

"sdn, my amcas application, st. louis website" More from this Member | Report Response

"School website, SDN, a magazine about the school, talked to friends about it, etc." More from this Member | Report Response

"Looked over primary and secondary applications, read a princeton review book on the school, looked at their web page." More from this Member | Report Response

"this website, SLU webiste" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read over application, read website and student newspaper, checked SDN" More from this Member | Report Response

"This website, school's website, my application" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read apps, SDN, talked to a lot of students" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read SLU's website & the MSAR. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Read this website and some stuff online about managed care" More from this Member | Report Response

"School Website, did some practice questions with friends and family" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read their website, read my application, this website" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read about the school, SDN, etc..." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, looked up my interviewer on the website, decided how to answer "why SLU?"" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read interview feedback, school's website." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read AMCAS, SDN..etc." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read my AMCAS essays & SLU essays" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read over AMCAS app and SLU website." More from this Member | Report Response

"sdn, slu website" More from this Member | Report Response

"Went to this website, read over SLU stuff from their website and read over my AMCAS/Research work" More from this Member | Report Response

"website" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read SDN interview feedback, read review on the website." More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, read about the program online." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read sdn, re-read AMCAS, and prayed." More from this Member | Report Response

"Interview feedback and St. Louis U. website." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read up on the school, reviewed my AMCAS and secondary essays, used this site" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read SLU site + secondary" More from this Member | Report Response

"school site, student md, read app" More from this Member | Report Response

"SLU website, read over app" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, reviewed AMCAS, SLU website" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read the MSAR, looked at the school's website, went to the SDN website" More from this Member | Report Response

"SDN, reread AMCAS, and read the schools bulletin" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read over their website, which was little help. Looked up the program in the Princeton Review book. Thought about reasons to pick SLU." More from this Member | Report Response

"school website, interview websites, this website, looked over my application" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read interview feedback, mock interview, looked at the school website" More from this Member | Report Response

"I read over my application and perused the SLU website for things about which I could ask a question or two." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read responses on SDS, listened to NPR, talked with students who had already interviewed at SLU" More from this Member | Report Response

"Other interviews, reviewed my file, relaxed, read up on SLU." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read announcements, talked to students " More from this Member | Report Response

"Looked exhaustively at school website, read over application, listened to npr.com - healthcare issues, etc. Talked to my host student about the school." More from this Member | Report Response

"I looked over my secondary application and read reviews on SDN" More from this Member | Report Response

"Read about the school on the web, this site." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read the website although it does not have very much information about the medical school itself. I learned much more by talking to my student host. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Read SDN feedback, read up on their website, read Princeton Review Med school book" More from this Member | Report Response

"Talked to some people at SLU" More from this Member | Report Response

"read sdn's interview feedback. prayed interviewfeedback.com would be running through sdn. visited SLU's website, read info in MSAR. searched my interviewer's name on SLU's site & google." More from this Member | Report Response

"Read interveiw feedback, and curriculum guide." More from this Member | Report Response

"A mock interview with my school and SLU website." More from this Member | Report Response

"Interviewfeedback.com Read their stuff." More from this Member | Report Response

"their website, SDN feedback" More from this Member | Report Response

What impressed you positively?

"They have scholarships available" More from this Member | Report Response

"Structure of curriculum and student schedules to allow for balance and health." More from this Member | Report Response

"The culture and attitude among students." More from this Member | Report Response

"The sense of community" More from this Member | Report Response

"Friendly students, free dinner on Sunday, access to current M1, M2, and M4 students." More from this Member | Report Response

"The school is very supportive and cares for it's students." More from this Member | Report Response

"The school is very focused on making medical school less stressful." More from this Member | Report Response

"How relaxed the environment was at the school" More from this Member | Report Response

"The Doisey Research Center was really impressive and my interviewer showed me the city from the top." More from this Member | Report Response

"The emphasis on student wellness. SLU students seem very stress-free." More from this Member | Report Response

"Pass/fail system sounds amazing--the students LOVE it" More from this Member | Report Response

"Got to interact and ask questions to multiple students throughout the day. 4th year student led the tour, meaning she actually knew about the curriculum (as opposed to M1 students who gave tours at another school). The students are genuinely happy and friendly. SLU takes seriously a commitment to ensuring their students aren't stressed out. St. Louis as a city was beautiful and livable. The interviewer had taken the time to read my file." More from this Member | Report Response

"Everyone actually seems happy. From my student host to everyone I saw, they looked relaxed and interested." More from this Member | Report Response

"Friendliness of students, several new buildings, clerkships in other area hospitals; Jesuit tradition and values; St. Louis area (Tower Grove/South Grand neighborhoods)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Students seemed really relaxed and friendly, beautiful campus. real focus on student health and wellness" More from this Member | Report Response

"The P / F grading system made the learning environment much more collaborative than competitive. The students all got along and wanted each other to succeed. It showed. The campus was also beautiful." More from this Member | Report Response

"School really pushes student wellness - the students aren't overly stressed out and seem pretty laid back" More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities, friendliness of the students, and how welcoming the whole place seemed." More from this Member | Report Response

"How much they seem to care about the well being of their students." More from this Member | Report Response

"Short, sweet, and to the point interview day. Very nice campus. Interviewer told me I did well." More from this Member | Report Response

"Informative, happy students, helpful staff, curriculum modified to fit students' needs, the campus." More from this Member | Report Response

"The students were generally nice. I liked that they paid for one way shuttle to airport." More from this Member | Report Response

"Students seemed happy, and I liked that the school emphasizes student wellness." More from this Member | Report Response

"My interviewer was very candid in discussing exactly how competitive I was in the context of the strengths and weaknesses of my application." More from this Member | Report Response

"Everyone was very nice and willing to answer questions. J" More from this Member | Report Response

"The new research building" More from this Member | Report Response

"Great facilities (they had a really cool, state of the art combat simulation center); students were helpful; great student center." More from this Member | Report Response

"Amazing interviewer, explained how rotations were evaluated at the school. Good balance of length of day and information." More from this Member | Report Response

"New building, school pride." More from this Member | Report Response

"Friendliness of interviewer, faculty members and students." More from this Member | Report Response

"Really nice buildings/facilities, gorgeous campus" More from this Member | Report Response

"Very low-stress atmosphere, happy students and friendly community" More from this Member | Report Response

"school buildings were beautiful, updated classrooms, simulation lab" More from this Member | Report Response

"the campus was beautiful, and the students there were great (great camaraderie)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Welcoming environment, solid curriculum, and opportunities in community service. I really liked it." More from this Member | Report Response

"Sim Lab, new research building, very friendly students, laid back atmosphere" More from this Member | Report Response

"The new research center is gorgeous, the Children's hospital is nice too." More from this Member | Report Response

"current students" More from this Member | Report Response

"the studnets, the fun friendly atmosphere, the curriculum seems to really prepare students for the boards, and they just went pass fail and the lectures are audio recorded!!" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing." More from this Member | Report Response

"I thought my interviewer was great." More from this Member | Report Response

"Friendly community." More from this Member | Report Response

"1.) Nice hospital 2.) Curriculum (dividing the 2nd yr. into organ systems) 3.) High USMLE scores of students 4.) low, low cost of living 5.) Majority of classes are recorded and broadcasted." More from this Member | Report Response

"the students and faculty" More from this Member | Report Response

"Pretty campus, St. Louis is very affordable and has lots of free cultural activities, anatomy for only 10 weeks." More from this Member | Report Response

"The students at SLU do very well on the USMLE." More from this Member | Report Response

"Everyone at the school is so nice, very noncompetitive environment." More from this Member | Report Response

"School seems nice, and you get to use a lot of the undergrad facilities (gym, library), so you have a lot of amenities, housing is also cheap ($350 a month for a nice apt, coming from Miami, this is amazing)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Students were very positive about the school and raved about the collaborative environment. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Everything--sim lab, all the study space on campus, the students were down to earth, P/F, podcasting after 1st semester, block scheduling, enthusiastic tour guide, Children's hospital, Virology/vaccine development research, St. Louis, other interviewees" More from this Member | Report Response

"From several sources, including alums I hear you get a lot of hands-on clinical experience at this school." More from this Member | Report Response

"My interviewer was very nice and did his best to put me at ease. He also came up to the conference room to get me instead of having me go on a wild goose chase in search of his office." More from this Member | Report Response

"The friendliness of students, doctors, and admissions office staff. The students' positive opinions and enthusiasm about the school. The affordability of the area. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Dedication to life." More from this Member | Report Response

"very comprehensive year 1 + year 2 program, only 4-5 hours of class a day" More from this Member | Report Response

"Lunch was delicious" More from this Member | Report Response

"The students are very friendly and happy." More from this Member | Report Response

"Students were friendly. Anatomy lab is not in the basement. St. Louis is very affordable." More from this Member | Report Response

"The Children's Hospital was beautiful" More from this Member | Report Response

"Saint Louis University Hospital " More from this Member | Report Response

"My interviewer was wonderful! She was really enthusiastic about the school and really easy to talk to. The students all seemed very happy as well." More from this Member | Report Response

"curriculum, tour, friendliness of students and faculty" More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities are relatively nice and SLU has a level 1 trauma center." More from this Member | Report Response

"-Great interviewer -Simulation center was excellent -Students were honest and helpful -Great Step 1 & 2 preparation here" More from this Member | Report Response

"The school, the hospital, especially the childrens hospital, basically everything seemed good." More from this Member | Report Response

"The school's dedication to the humanistic aspects of medicine was quite refreshing (less research-based) and their hospitals seem to be pretty good. Also, the students seemed to be relaxed and welcoming." More from this Member | Report Response

"The fact that the faculty are constantly updating the curriculum based on student feedback. Also, they seem to be getting more money for updating/construction." More from this Member | Report Response

"The Spanish-speaking free clinic, the amount of things to do for free in STL, the new research building, the size of the medical campus (small), the low cost of living, the closeness of the hospital." More from this Member | Report Response

"There is on-campus parking and the faculty create a supportive and friendly environment." More from this Member | Report Response

"Very very stress-free environment." More from this Member | Report Response

"Very friendly environment" More from this Member | Report Response

"Very friendly and open students. The clinical exposure begins in first year, and their anesthesiology simulator was really cool! The children's hospital (cardinal glennon) is also very new and nice. " More from this Member | Report Response

"new research building/ i really liked my interviewer" More from this Member | Report Response

"the expansion of their simulation lab, and the new research tower that opens this October." More from this Member | Report Response

"all students, faculty, and administrators i met were all REALLY nice and welcoming" More from this Member | Report Response

"The school is definitely up and coming. new research building is going bring some major $$ to bring it up in the rankings (not that it matters). Clinical experience in StL is second to none. Students do VERY well on Step 1. Match list is great." More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities are very nice. There are alot of renovations going on at SLU. The research building is going to make SLU climb high in the rankings. This is an awesome school that gives amazing training, both preclinically and clinically." More from this Member | Report Response

"Very supportive atmosphere, lots of growth, lots of student involvement in how the school is run." More from this Member | Report Response

"The students and faculty all seemed really enthusiastic and were all really nice. It seemed that everyone was happy to be there." More from this Member | Report Response

"I had a regional interview but I heard that the people at the school are really nice and down to earth. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Students were very happy and nice. Faculty was also very warm and inviting." More from this Member | Report Response

"Students were very enthusiastic about the school, the simulation lab was great" More from this Member | Report Response

"All the students I met at the med school seemed to really like it there. Nice new research building almost finished." More from this Member | Report Response

"Because this was a regional (held in San Francisco), I was most impressed by how well the interviewer conveyed the curriculum and principles of the school, even though we weren't physically at the school's location. " More from this Member | Report Response

"how nice the students were, very willing to honestly answer all questions (one of the tour guides had scored the nations highest USMLE score), the new research building which will be completed and opened in August of 07" More from this Member | Report Response

"The people were very friendly and tried to sell the school to me." More from this Member | Report Response

"I enjoyed the tour and the luncheon with like 30 first and second year med students, they gave a lot of useful and real information about being a med student there" More from this Member | Report Response

"The relaxed, laid back demeanor of all the students. Did not seem stressed out at all. Most of them mentioned the fact that you could ''have a life'' while studying medicine at Saint Louis University." More from this Member | Report Response

"Friendliness of the students, laid-back attitude, good professor/student relationships, competitive match list, good preparation for boards (according to the students)" More from this Member | Report Response

"How nice the students are, the chapels, churches, the style of the buildings - really cool, the curriculum (systems-based in M2) and electives in 3rd-4th year" More from this Member | Report Response

"The students" More from this Member | Report Response

"Curriculum." More from this Member | Report Response

"the 2 girls i stayed with were great, definately take advantage of the hosting program. they were very honest about the positive and negative aspects of their school, med school in general, and living in stl." More from this Member | Report Response

"The students were the most normal of any school I have been to, not super dorky and anti-social like another school I interviewed at in St Louis. They do good on boards, have lives outside of school and seem pretty happy considering they are med students." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interviewer was very candid and didn't pressure me during the interview at all. I wasn't asked any ethical/difficult/prying questions. The students seemed more enthusiastic about their school than others. They also were very interested in giving you an accurate impression of their school." More from this Member | Report Response

"Very friendly staff and students. I was late because of a problem with my flight, but there was no stress- everyone was eager to help me feel accomodated. The patient simulators are REALLY cool." More from this Member | Report Response

"GREAT CURRICULUM!!! Students only take one or two classes at a time...many find the time to work. In addition their board scores are great. They even had the highest step 1 score this year." More from this Member | Report Response

"The dummy was really cool." More from this Member | Report Response

"methods used for teaching, concern of faculty for med students" More from this Member | Report Response

"The students and faculty...everyone seemed very friendly and laid back" More from this Member | Report Response

"Friendliness of everyone that I met...I was greeted by strangers more than anywhere I've ever visited...it was nice for so many people to just smile and say hi. Interviewer was very clear that he was on my side and did not want me to get stressed out...it was very comfortable." More from this Member | Report Response

"I loved the St. Louis area and also talked to a med student who was very informative for over an hour while waiting for my interview, the dummys they have are really cool" More from this Member | Report Response

"Patient mannequins, students, and faculty memebers who were very enthusiastic and helpful." More from this Member | Report Response

"The faculty are incredibly supportive of the students. Renovations are being done throughout the school." More from this Member | Report Response

"Simulation labs, architecture" More from this Member | Report Response

"How laidback the students were. " More from this Member | Report Response

"eddie (the simulated patient). very neat." More from this Member | Report Response

"i don't think st.louis as a city is as bad as most people said it is. i also really liked the fellow interviewees. they are a great bunch to chat with." More from this Member | Report Response

"the students and the atmosphere, people seem to work together to help eachother succeed, the city of st. louis" More from this Member | Report Response

"The enthusiasm of the students, the simulated patients, the friendly staff" More from this Member | Report Response

"The practice dummy - the student working on it killed it when our tour group walked in just to show how cool it was...which it is. My interviewer had definitely read over my application and wasn't there to grill me on anything. " More from this Member | Report Response

"friendly interviewer, good food at lunch, cardinal glennon is a great hospital" More from this Member | Report Response

"The automated dummy" More from this Member | Report Response

"The flexibility of the curriculum - electives, etc., the people (students, staff, and faculty) - everyone seemed happy to be at SLU. The tour was very good, as well." More from this Member | Report Response

"The students seemed very knowledgable. They also have an amazing practice maniquin." More from this Member | Report Response

"Everyone was very nice and enthusiastic, my interviewer used the word " More from this Member | Report Response

"How relaxed the students seemed. No one seemed overly stressed out. They all talked about having fun in/out of school. There is a high percentage of the student body with families, if that is relevant for you." More from this Member | Report Response

"I was so impressed by the kindess of the dean of admissions, the excitement of our tour guides, the diverse population of St. Louis, the direction the school is heading, and the lectures that I attended. The school is building a brand-new research building a block away, which will provide state-of-the-art facilities. I was also impressed with the simulation laboratory which enables med students to practice of computerized dummies to get real experience in pharmacology, cardiology, etc. Fabulous lab!" More from this Member | Report Response

"The students were incredibly friendly and everybody greatly enjoyed living and studying in St. Louis/SLU. All the students seemed to be friends with each other- there was no animosity or competitive air. " More from this Member | Report Response

"eddie the doll, stimulates a lot of different scenarios" More from this Member | Report Response

"everything" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing much." More from this Member | Report Response

"Transportation to the school was very convenient. They were prepared for the new clinical part of the USMLE. The staff and faculty were friendly. I like how they had a chapel inside the school." More from this Member | Report Response

"the lunch!, grading system, emergency medicine facilities" More from this Member | Report Response

"I really liked my interviewer, he was on the admissions committee and did a great job of answering questions and promoting the school. The atmosphere was pretty nice, the facilities were respectable...I got a pretty good vibe from the school" More from this Member | Report Response

"curriculum, st louis as a whole, children's and univ hospital right across the street, large city setting, Dr. Wilmore ate lunch with students" More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities, the faculty was very pleasant. They did not act holier than thou." More from this Member | Report Response

"The enthusiasm of the faculty and staff, especially the dean of admissions." More from this Member | Report Response

"The enthusiastic attitudes of the students and faculty. It seems like a very friendly school that cares a great deal about its students and their well-being both academically and personally." More from this Member | Report Response

"My interviewer" More from this Member | Report Response

"I interviewed regionally and then later went to visit the school/stay with a student host. Everyone was SO NICE! The staff is incredibly helpful (nearly everyone offered their e-mail address in case I thought of more questions after I left). My host was super nice and informative. She really made an effort to tell me about the school/share her enthusiasm. I didn't know about the student run clinics (which are run by second year students), and she's going to be a director next year so she told me a lot about them. I'm not Catholic, and multiple people told me that Catholic teachings are not imposed on you. Rather, there is an emphasis on humanistic, compassionate clinical care which really appeals to me. Also, one student during lunch told me that she had gotten multiple acceptances and chose SLU, and she has been really happy with her choice. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Parking is included in tuition. And the Metro stops on campus (although a few blocks away from the med school)" More from this Member | Report Response

"The grounds are really pretty, the food was great and the students/faculty/staff were all friendly and appeared happy. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The interviewer is on the board of admissions and he had a very strong knowledge of my application." More from this Member | Report Response

"My student host was awesome! He took me to a "party". My interviewer was preparing for a heart transplant the day of my interview..." More from this Member | Report Response

"Proximity of campus to local hospitals (University hospital and Children's hospital) as well as their affiliation with multiple hospitals, a huge amount of student-run community involvement la clinica and homeless clinics). The cooperative, fairly non-competetive environment between students. The fact that the jesuit portion of the education is not a heavy influence (although abortion is not taught)" More from this Member | Report Response

"The new Children's Hospital" More from this Member | Report Response

"The students were enthusiastic about the block curriculum and the faculty. " More from this Member | Report Response

"interviewer was real nice, friendly, made me feel very at-ease, talking up a lot of positive things about St. Louis " More from this Member | Report Response

"The hospital was nice" More from this Member | Report Response

"med students were eager to answer any questions we had; friendliness of professors" More from this Member | Report Response

"Faculty seemed very focused on medical student education and mentoring students. My interviewer said that he kept in touch with each student that he interviews who matriculates at SLU." More from this Member | Report Response

"The students and faculty were all very friendly. My interviewer was very honest in his responses to my questions and concerns." More from this Member | Report Response

"cafeteria" More from this Member | Report Response

"A patient simulator, the students I met were nice and humble." More from this Member | Report Response

"undergrad campus" More from this Member | Report Response

"the students are very nice, friendly, and down-to-earth. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The tour guide took us into the hospital. Most tours don't actually go into the hospital. Since students will be spending the last two years there, it seems that most should. The fact that students are laid back, and the numerous community service options in the area. Minor note, but they served hot lunch!" More from this Member | Report Response

"Administration seemed very friendly" More from this Member | Report Response

"the interviewer (Dr. Wilmore) was incredibly nice" More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities were very nice, better than I expected" More from this Member | Report Response

"The staff and faculty were very nice, and the students seemed to like it there. The philosophy with which they teach their students medicine." More from this Member | Report Response

"Friendliness of staff, host student was AMAZING!" More from this Member | Report Response

"the students and faculty were super nice" More from this Member | Report Response

"How friendly and open the interviewer (Dr. Furman) was." More from this Member | Report Response

"The school's strong focus on developing clinical skills. The Clinical Skills Center seems very useful as well as Eddie, the patien simulator. I was also impressed by the student run and funded community clinic and the many opportunities to travel abroad during the 4th year." More from this Member | Report Response

"The admissions staff was extremely outgoing and friendly. The other students who were interviewing were also very friendly. There seemed to be no pressure or competition." More from this Member | Report Response

"The patient simulator." More from this Member | Report Response

"I really liked Dr. Willmore, the dean of admissions, who was my interviewer. He was a little eccentric, which I see as a positive -- very interesting and funny. He seemed to genuinely care about his students. Also, he wasn't bored and blase about the process, even though he's probably interviewed thousands of people and made umpteen presentations. During my interview, he was enthusiastic and energetic. Also, I LOVED the Eddie doll. They have this simulated patient that they let interviewees play with. Awesome, awesome." More from this Member | Report Response

"That SLU isn't as bad as everyone on SDN makes it out to be. The School is in an urban setting and that is how I expect an urban setting to look." More from this Member | Report Response

"I thought the city was pretty nice. I'm from Salt Lake City, and St. Louis is definitely a bigger, more diverse city than SLC is. The students seemed to get along with each other pretty well." More from this Member | Report Response

"friendly faculty and staff, children's hospital, the school chaplain" More from this Member | Report Response

"The students seem to have a good balance between work and life. Saint Louis is a young town with a lot of stuff going on (free zoo, technology center, Forest Park). Lots of great stuff" More from this Member | Report Response

"My student host was absolutely AWESOME. Her and her boyfriend made me feel so relaxed. The other people who were interviewing on my day were conversational and the conference room that we waited in was not totally uncomfortable like it usually is in an interview. The hospital seemed really nice and is a level one trauma center. In addition, medic soldiers who are in Iraq train here (that impressed me.)" More from this Member | Report Response

"How freindly the faculty seemed." More from this Member | Report Response

"The questions were pretty basic and expected." More from this Member | Report Response

"I like the program, systems based in the second year, and block testing, so you don't have tons of finals all at once." More from this Member | Report Response

"Students seemed happy and helpful. The tour guide (4th year student) was helpful and straight forward about what she liked about the school. There is a lot of diversity in the city/school which is good. I had previously interviewed at other mid-West schools and sometimes it's a bit strange for a minority to experience a town with so many white people. Not that it's a bad thing, it's just that I am used to diversity and it is readily apparent in St. Louis." More from this Member | Report Response

"The tour of the medical school and the hospitals was pretty good. Everyone was really friendly." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nice Children's Hospital; students were friendly and helpful--but no 1st or 2nd years students were around" More from this Member | Report Response

"The first year class-room was spacious and comfortable. The Jesuit morales that they teach along with medicine. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The students were very positive, the attached hospitals seem great. ALso the cost of living in the area is dirt cheap(compared to where im from)" More from this Member | Report Response

"The people (students and faculty) were really friendly and nice." More from this Member | Report Response

"All the students seemed happy, facilities were fairly nice." More from this Member | Report Response

"the MD i met with was awesome... great guy... our interview went a half hour over the allotted time period with neither of us realizing it... he just described the types of students and curriculum that SLU was trying to work with which I found impressive." More from this Member | Report Response

"the nice students, facility, campus was more pleasant than i expected" More from this Member | Report Response

"Everyone was very friendly. My interviewer was doing everything he could during the interview to figure out how to best present me to the admissions committe." More from this Member | Report Response

"The student hosts were very helpful, supportive, and nice." More from this Member | Report Response

"the students were very friendly and all excited to be there" More from this Member | Report Response

"The neighborhood was not as sketchy as the impression I had, fellow interviewee's were amazing and friendly. Most fun I have had at an interview yet. Attended a seminar by a plastic surgeon - very neat. Curriculum." More from this Member | Report Response

"students and faculty were very nice and down to earth." More from this Member | Report Response

"The people that I was interviewing with showed me that SLU was striving to get the best people - very intellgent, serious, but friendly. St. Louis is a beautiful city despite the somewhat questionable surroundings of the med. school. There is a brand new children's hospital that is amazing!" More from this Member | Report Response

"The doctor I interviewed with was very nice and didn't talk down to me. That was something that didn't happen at any other interview. Also, the interviewer followed up with me after I had been accepted and told me he hoped that I would choose SLU." More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities i.e. the patient simulation lab and patient examination rooms were awesome! And the curriculum is broken down into VERY manageable blocks (no more than 2 classes at a time)." More from this Member | Report Response

"The honesty of the students and administration. They didn't try to sell SLU on the interviewees. I was able to clearly see SLU for what it really is: a solid medical school." More from this Member | Report Response

"the students were all pretty laid back and the faculty seemed concerned about student learning. the dean of admissions even came to eat lunch with us and answer questions making the administration seem pretty accesible. to be honest, i wasn't expecting much of the school but the overall laid-back attitude made me feel better about it." More from this Member | Report Response

"How friendly the staff was. La Clinica - I speak spanish and want to use it." More from this Member | Report Response

"Students were very enthusiastic, campus was impressive." More from this Member | Report Response

"The students are very friendly, the facilities are fairly modern, and the Dean of Admissions is just great!!" More from this Member | Report Response

"The day was very organized and to the point. Everyone was very nice. There were a lot of medical students around to talk to." More from this Member | Report Response

"VERY LOW KEY! The interviewer was so nice and friendly. I think he just wanted to get to know me... It was a regional interview, so I didn't get to see the campus." More from this Member | Report Response

"The students were all very nice and answered all of my questions. I stayed with two second year students (through a interview stay program arranged through the second year class) and that helped me see what life was like for them better. It was a good experience overall." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing really" More from this Member | Report Response

"Since this was a regional interview in Seattle, I did not see the campus :)" More from this Member | Report Response

"The people. Everyone's very friendly and intelligent, and the community support network at the med school is great. And the match list, which was fairly impressive." More from this Member | Report Response

"They took us all around the medical school and let us see some of their really awesome equipment, like the medical dummy - whose name I can't remember. The med students we saw said housing prices were low too." More from this Member | Report Response

"My interviewer was awesome! He told me all about the curriculum and different opportunities that were available at SLU. I think the block curriculum is great. " More from this Member | Report Response

"My host student. He treated me really well and gave me a lot of information about the school that wasn't mentioned during the formal interview day. He also showed me around St. Louis in the evening." More from this Member | Report Response

"enthusiasm of students" More from this Member | Report Response

"Very supportive environment. The fact that they don't try and push you into primary care. Decent facilities. Most of the exam questions are in USMLE format to help study and prepare for boards." More from this Member | Report Response

"How nice the staff was, especially the faculty members and the dean willmore was nice too." More from this Member | Report Response

"how friendly all the staff and students were. the curriculum seemed to be very dedicated to making great physicians who can apply what they learn to practicing medicine. the cost of living is cheap." More from this Member | Report Response

"how friendly all the staff and students were. the curriculum seemed to be very dedicated to making great physicians who can apply what they learn to praticing medicine." More from this Member | Report Response

"The students seemed very friendly and genuinely happy there. The Dean was also a really great guy." More from this Member | Report Response

"Medical students seemed nice and down to earth, no one was stuck up." More from this Member | Report Response

"The whole Jesuit ambiance gave me a good vibe." More from this Member | Report Response

"The people were very friendly. Current med students poked their heads into the conference room to welcome us and generally seemed very satisfied with the school. The block curriculum seemed interesting as well" More from this Member | Report Response

"The school's campus is gorgeous, though the city leaves something to be desired for. The people at the school were really nice though and they make you feel welcome." More from this Member | Report Response

"The people: all students I met were wonderful." More from this Member | Report Response

"New research facility in the works! Nice clinical skills center & library. Also, had a nice grassy area on campus. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The Hospital across the street that caters to lots of underserved patients (the pop. I want to work with)" More from this Member | Report Response

"The beautiful campus, nice facilities, and friendly admissions staff." More from this Member | Report Response

"They have a really cool simulation room and everyone was really friendly" More from this Member | Report Response

"St. Louis is a nice town...if you like that small town feel." More from this Member | Report Response

"Eddie! A doll that breathes, has a heartbeat, a pulse, eyes that blink with pupils that dilate and contract. He also responds to over 200 different "meds" by reading barcodes when you hook the the syringes to his line. Our guide gave him some epi and we got to listen to his heartbeat increase w/ stethoscopes." More from this Member | Report Response

"Everyone was friendly. Eddie the simulated patient was cool. We got to play with it a bit. The curriculum is block schedule and honors/pass/fail." More from this Member | Report Response

"Great facilities." More from this Member | Report Response

"I really liked how the curriculum is set up. There are opportunities for patient interaction outside of school during your first two years. There's a latino clinic and african american community based clinic that's essentially run or staffed partially by medical students. The clinical training is very strong here and the school isn't shy to emphasize that the clinical aspects are their strong point. In addition, you have electives that can be taken as early as your 2nd semester of your first year! The people are pretty nice. 2nd year board scores are among the highest for Saint Louis University in years. The undergrad campus is really pretty with all kinds of streams and lakes. I saw the gym there and its pretty large. Things are cheap, my buddy pays like $325 for rent. I also hear a new $64 million dollar research center will begin construction in the near future so that's a plus reputation wise. There's two lounges which was a surprise. Students seemed pretty involved there." More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities & technology available" More from this Member | Report Response

"The students were friendly and outgoing and went out of their way to introduce themselves to applicants. The school has impressive match lists for 4th year students." More from this Member | Report Response

"eddie the dummy" More from this Member | Report Response

"cool facilities, cool city, solid program, good/normal kids" More from this Member | Report Response

"I liked the M1 block schedule, the dummy Ed is really neat" More from this Member | Report Response

"I actually liked St. Louis a lot more than I expected. The city was clean, people were really nice, the surrounding areas seemed to support the school." More from this Member | Report Response

"students seemed happy and said that they had alot of free time." More from this Member | Report Response

"facilities were nice, faculty was nice, hospital seems busy and intense." More from this Member | Report Response

"the friendly students and staff" More from this Member | Report Response

"Students' attitudes were very cooperative." More from this Member | Report Response

"I didn't get to visit the campus. They had a faculty member on the admissions commitee in my area (far away from St. Louis) and so I interviewed off site." More from this Member | Report Response

"Everyone there is super duper friendly! Really! My student host picked me up from the airport, took me out to dinner, and took me to class with her." More from this Member | Report Response

"Facilities were pretty nice compared to some other schools" More from this Member | Report Response

"Interviewer was nice and tried to make me feel comfortable. It was not intimidating." More from this Member | Report Response

"Cost of living is low in MO compared to east coast" More from this Member | Report Response

"Eddie the simulated patient dummy in the anesthesiology department" More from this Member | Report Response

"Location, good lunch!" More from this Member | Report Response

"I had a regional interview in the SF/bay area. But the interviewer was really kind and easy-going." More from this Member | Report Response

"The relaxed and amiable student body" More from this Member | Report Response

"Tour was very thorough, although I think I'd get lost on a regular basis in that place. Lunch was nice. The financial advisor seemed good." More from this Member | Report Response

"How nice everyone was." More from this Member | Report Response

"I had a nice dinner the night before in downtown St. Louis..." More from this Member | Report Response

"Eddy " More from this Member | Report Response

"The improvements being made to surrounding hospitals." More from this Member | Report Response

"Friendliness of staff, students" More from this Member | Report Response

"St. Louis, the Clinical Skills Center, the students seemed very friendly, happy, and not too stressed." More from this Member | Report Response

"the people (students and faculty) are the school were great." More from this Member | Report Response

"The school is not in a very nice location of the city. The facilities are old." More from this Member | Report Response

"Eddy--the dummy used by the Dept. of Anesthesiology; it's primarily for residents but it's pretty awesome as they let work under an ER-type of situation; two student-runned clinics " More from this Member | Report Response

"The METI dummy, aka Eddie...he simulates a person under anesthesia, complete with pulse, pee, the works. Also students were great" More from this Member | Report Response

"Students are very laid back and there is a definite sense of camaraderie" More from this Member | Report Response

"everyone's so friendly! administration is really responsive to student needs/requests. METI, a dummy on which you can simulate death without the nasty malpractice suit at the end." More from this Member | Report Response

"How friendly the people where." More from this Member | Report Response

"The people there were all so nice." More from this Member | Report Response

"Students." More from this Member | Report Response

"the simulated operating room and male dummy that students practice on in the Anesthesiology rotation (elective)<--pretty incredible, but you may only see it if you go into Anesthesiology (although they're trying to change that); also had a really nice library with a lot of computers and internet access" More from this Member | Report Response

What impressed you negatively?

"Hospital is under construction, every student I talked to went there because they didn't get in anywhere else." More from this Member | Report Response

"Having to leave the financial aid presentation for my interview. These presentations should be available in their entirety to all interviewees." More from this Member | Report Response

"Slightly outdated facilities." More from this Member | Report Response

"My interview was by far the most stressful I've had (this was #5). The interviewer was very patronizing, and kept interrupting me before I could get 50% done answering a question." More from this Member | Report Response

"Probation. I didn't get a clear picture of why exactly they're on probation and what changes are being made." More from this Member | Report Response

"Not many research possibilities." More from this Member | Report Response

"It was really cold when I interviewed :(" More from this Member | Report Response

"The tour wasn't very structured and my tour guides didn't really have much of a plan other than walk around and point out things on campus. The lunch with M2s was shortened, because our tour guides got us there late. I also wish there was more than one interviewer to have more opportunities to show who you are." More from this Member | Report Response

"Facilities are a little old and they don't do abortions at St. Mary's :/" More from this Member | Report Response

"There are limited clinical experiences for the first two years that are actually part of the curriculum, however students can gain clinical experience through volunteering at the free clinics those first two years." More from this Member | Report Response

"Lack of real interview quesitons; there was no formal introduction/overview presentation; overall, the admissions staff did not try to "sell" their school to me very much; very little financial aid offered" More from this Member | Report Response

"Basically no clinical exposure the first two years. However, you can volunteer at the free clinic for an elective. My host learned how to give shots and take blood her 5th week there." More from this Member | Report Response

"Preclinical curriculum is very traditional - lecture-based and little PBL" More from this Member | Report Response

"Saint Louis is a lot smaller than I pictured it." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing. Seemed to be a great school. St. Louis is not the greatest area to live in." More from this Member | Report Response

"Facilities are kind of old." More from this Member | Report Response

"Somewhat unenthusiastic/ low-energy interviewer, but I think that's just his style, so it was fine." More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities were kind of old in some areas and it was very dim" More from this Member | Report Response

"I did not like St. Louis at all and would not want to live there. There are huge piles of rubble and an old abandoned building right across the street from the med school. Unattractive." More from this Member | Report Response

"Saint Louis the city" More from this Member | Report Response

"Some of the labs and facilities seemed outdated." More from this Member | Report Response

"The university hospital" More from this Member | Report Response

"The area was pretty run down and desolate. Also was not sure of how cohesive the student body is." More from this Member | Report Response

"Some sitting around, but was able to interact with other students." More from this Member | Report Response

"Outdated facilities" More from this Member | Report Response

"Had to get through some not-so-nice areas of St. Louis from the airport to my student host. Doesn't seem like the safest city to live in" More from this Member | Report Response

"nothing really" More from this Member | Report Response

"I wish I had more than 1 interview....my nerves definitely didn't allow me to flourish" More from this Member | Report Response

"Buildings are pretty old, but thats also pretty cool." More from this Member | Report Response

"Many of the facilities are run-down and outdated. St. Louis is considered the most dangerous city in the U.S. Financial aid is minimal. Expect to pay mostly in loans." More from this Member | Report Response

"interviewer" More from this Member | Report Response

"nothing I love the campus and the school and i would love to attend" More from this Member | Report Response

"The interviewer was very monotonous and disinterested. He asked questions from a list and would not even make eye contact while I spoke. He kept typing on his computer that was placed between me and him and this added to the stress. I was under the impression that the interview would be conversational, however, it was nothing close to that. I kept speaking while the interviewer kept staring at his computer screen, and went on typing." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview day felt like it was thrown together last minute. No brochures or information about the school (outside of the dinky packet they gave us all) in the waiting room we sat in before/after our interviews. The tour was not that informative and the lunch information session I didn't find that helpful either. At all the other schools I had been at, a dean (or someone in a similar position) had made some sort of plug for why you should attend their school. Nothing of sort was done here which made me feel like they didn't really care if you ended up there or not. Facilities reminded me of a run-down catholic high school--not that the facilities make the school, but still." More from this Member | Report Response

"Scripted questions, empty town." More from this Member | Report Response

"1.) St. Louis looks like a very boring place to live. 2.) Very conservative opinions of interviewer 3.) Must have a car to get around" More from this Member | Report Response

"the facilities" More from this Member | Report Response

"Car an absolute necessity, indifferent facilities." More from this Member | Report Response

"Older facilities, but nothing to complain about." More from this Member | Report Response

"Facilities are slightly old. " More from this Member | Report Response

"hospital is kind of old, and St. Louis seems like a very empty and not very exciting city. doesn't seem like there is much going on there" More from this Member | Report Response

"Facilities are rundown, but they are making a lot of improvements." More from this Member | Report Response

"Cost of attendance, area of SLU" More from this Member | Report Response

"I don't know about Saint Louis." More from this Member | Report Response

"The temperature-- it was so cold I didn't see a single person the first hour I was driving about" More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities are pretty ancient, but the school does seem to be actively moving forward with technological improvements. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Location." More from this Member | Report Response

"CONSERVATIVE, immediate area around the school is not so safe, interviewer was late" More from this Member | Report Response

"School/hospital seemed very dark, not located in the best neighborhood of St Louis" More from this Member | Report Response

"The students didn't seem very enthusiastic about the school. The location and safety of the school is not the best." More from this Member | Report Response

"The school was too conservative for me: many students are strictly religious and the school showed support for causes I disagree with (eg. pro-life and abstinence only education for teens). Other negatives included: students partied a lot, facilities were shabby, city of St. Louis is dangerous and doesn't offer much cultural life. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Some students weren't very enthusiastic about curriculum. THey say it needs to be changed." More from this Member | Report Response

"Students looked average happy lol not smiling ear to ear" More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities seem kind of old, especially the gross anatomy lab." More from this Member | Report Response

"financial aid, area in city" More from this Member | Report Response

"The very impersonal welcome given by the admissions staff. There was no group introduction at the beginning of the day. I met only 1 administrator at lunch (this encounter was at noon! sooo late in the day for finally meeting an admissions member) and someone went over financial aid and that was it. " More from this Member | Report Response

"I was not that impressed with the lecture halls that I saw, but they weren't terrible." More from this Member | Report Response

"The location of St. Louis, and the difficulty/cost of getting back to either coast." More from this Member | Report Response

"The neighborhood is definitely a turn-off. I went over to the undergrad campus and it was much better. Although, I suppose it's a good place to gain outstanding clinical experiences and see a wide variety of cases. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The city of STL. Wasn't really impressed, seemed to be a lot of crime and the students confirmed this. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Apparently the city is not that safe. It didn't seem biker/jogger friendly either. The facilities are okay, but should probably be better, given the high tuition ($42,000). The tight seating and absence of desks in the lecture hall. " More from this Member | Report Response

"illegitimate version of the letter grading system (Honor Pass, High Pass...)" More from this Member | Report Response

"The medical school facilities were a little old, but they seemed to get the job done. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Not getting to see the anatomy lab (Though it is on the 4th floor and has windows. So it can't be that bad)" More from this Member | Report Response

"SLU doesn't seem to have a whole lot of opportunities for its students. " More from this Member | Report Response

"St Louis is a meh location. Not bad for 4 years though. Lots of students go back to Cali for residency." More from this Member | Report Response

"St Louis was a little cold." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing, great school with tons of potential." More from this Member | Report Response

"I had a regional interview but I heard that the area near the school is not the best." More from this Member | Report Response

"The surrounding city. Hearing from my host that St. Louis is ''the most dangerous city in America.''" More from this Member | Report Response

"Neighborhood is not very safe" More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview day had quite a bit of waiting around." More from this Member | Report Response

"However, because the interviwer started very early to interview many students everyday over the course of one week, she *seemed* uninterested and very tired for most of our interview. " More from this Member | Report Response

"narrow winding hallways were kind of daunting to get around in and the lab area seemed a little run down, older" More from this Member | Report Response

"The tour did not show much of anything. We mainly saw long hallways." More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities were a little old, but really the school seemed great. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities were mediocre, at best." More from this Member | Report Response

"location (the med school is in a questionable part of town), cost (tuition is $42K, wow!)" More from this Member | Report Response

"My interviewer was late and they had to push my interview back 2 hours!! it was scheduled for 8 am and I didn't interview until about 10:15 am. So that was really annoying, and then he seemed really rushed, and kind of like okay let's get this over with, but once we started talking and asking questions, he seemed to chill out a little and so I think the interview went well, it was just getting to that point that was a lot of waiting" More from this Member | Report Response

"The lack of a central location for gatherings" More from this Member | Report Response

"Interviewer." More from this Member | Report Response

"it was extremely cold out." More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities were older and a bit run down." More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities are a little older. They aren't the newest I've seen, but I wasn't turned off by this. It gave the school more character than anything." More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities are somewhat older, but they're renovating and constructing a brand new state-of-the-art research building." More from this Member | Report Response

"The city is frightening...but the students I approached assured me that the campus was safe." More from this Member | Report Response

"Too many crosses." More from this Member | Report Response

"neighborhood" More from this Member | Report Response

"Facilities, lack of preparation by tour guide." More from this Member | Report Response

"They didn't do a very good job of selling their school, if I hadn't had the chance to talk with the med student I wouldn't have known much about it" More from this Member | Report Response

"The weather, it rained ALL morning." More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities are rather old." More from this Member | Report Response

"Facilities are a little old but they're building a new state of art facility " More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities were a little old.. not terrible however" More from this Member | Report Response

"the facilities are really lacking...lecture pits with no windows...the place just seemed rather drab" More from this Member | Report Response

"the facility seems a little old, but they are building a new research center" More from this Member | Report Response

"some of the technology is below par, but they're working on improving " More from this Member | Report Response

"The crosses on EVERY wall (I am Jewish)" More from this Member | Report Response

"The age of parts of the school, the surrounding area. Some parts of the school definitely show their age, some parts have been recently renovated though. Hearing about the surrounding neighborhood and the presence of security at the entrance to the school was kind of weird." More from this Member | Report Response

"I was surprised our tour guide actually went to the school! She was a fourth year and knew absolutely nothing - like if the classrooms had wireless internet connection or what time the library closes (she says 10 but i doubt it..). Why would a school ask a mediocre student to represent them? " More from this Member | Report Response

"slu is religiously affilicated. i knew this before, but i guess i didn't expect a priest to have an office in the medical school" More from this Member | Report Response

"There wasn't much that negatively impressed me. Primarily, I felt that the cost was exorbitant, and I wasn't very impressed with financial aid office presentation. I was also unimpressed with the lack of community feeling within the medical school between classes. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The interviewer was a creep. He wanted to do most of the talking. " More from this Member | Report Response

"St. Louis is very different from where I grew up in California. Yes, the school's facilities are a bit older, but what do yuo expect from the oldest Medical School west of the Mississippi? The school's location, although not so wonderful, was not too much of a concern because one can live far from campus (as most students do there) and then commute on not-to-crowded freeways (and the rent in St. Louis is incredibly low)." More from this Member | Report Response

"The buildings and surroundings seemed old and drab, though the weather was pretty bad while I was there. I attended some labs and was surprised by the number of students snoozing or goofing off, though the class had just taken an exam three days prior. " More from this Member | Report Response

"How old the facilities were." More from this Member | Report Response

"none" More from this Member | Report Response

"the location" More from this Member | Report Response

"The weather. It was windy that day. " More from this Member | Report Response

"the facilities were overall very old, the area around the school is not the best" More from this Member | Report Response

"School is kind of old, the surrounding area is hella ghetto" More from this Member | Report Response

"no patient contact unless students chooses that as elective, facilities were a bit old and outdated, tour was not that great, , st louis has some rough area" More from this Member | Report Response

"Its in a rough neighborhood." More from this Member | Report Response

"The tour by the student was a little dull- she didn't seem interested in showing us around." More from this Member | Report Response

"The hallways of the medical school could have been prettier, but that's being quite picky." More from this Member | Report Response

"Lots of things: For one they say the metro drops you right off at the school, which it doesn't, it drops you 3-4 blocks away and you are right on a major busy road, and if you are heading straight from the airport (as I was) you have a suitcase, then it is not very conducive. Second the students at lunch sat on the admissions committee and this wasn't common knowledge. I was hugely discouraged by this. Third: the students weren't very enthusiatic, I asked a couple of students and they said the reason they went was because they got in." More from this Member | Report Response

"The area surrounding the school is pretty barren (few places to eat, for example) and if you go a few blocks down it's a pretty crummy area. A student living close to the school got mugged walking to class earlier this year. But, I wasn't really all that turned off by this--it's a big city, so of course you have to be careful/aware, and most hospitals are not in great areas because that's where they're needed! The area provides a great opportunity for clinical experience/exposure in my opinion. Especially because you never have to walk around off campus, and the interior of the campus is guarded and safe. You can navigate everywhere underground through the tunnels connecting the hospitals and the medical school. Also, my host said that she never felt unsafe. If you don't live close enough to walk to school (which you shouldn't) you have to have a car. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing really." More from this Member | Report Response

"Some of the classrooms and other teaching facilities seemed like they could use updating. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Interview day was very disorganized. We did not even receive a school packet or a financial aid talk. After our interviews we just sat around...and finally figured out that the day was over." More from this Member | Report Response

"The neighborhood around the school was a little rough, however there are plenty of nice places to live within 10 minutes of campus (Forest Park near Wash U)." More from this Member | Report Response

"The underground tunnel that felt like it was 100 degrees; while the students there didn't look unhappy, they also didn't seem thrilled or excited to be there. " More from this Member | Report Response

"My interviewer, the facilities, St. Louis as a city. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing, really " More from this Member | Report Response

"Students we passed during the interview were not so friendly." More from this Member | Report Response

"facilities seem old" More from this Member | Report Response

"Facilities were older than average. Neighborhood safety does seem to be a concern for students." More from this Member | Report Response

"I already knew this but SLU is not located in the safest neighborhood on the planet." More from this Member | Report Response

"hallway in basement that had 100% humidity" More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities are old. The school does not make a significant effort to make visiting students' trips enjoyable and informative." More from this Member | Report Response

"apathetic tour guides, no one was overly enthusiastic about the school, crime seemed to be a pretty major problem" More from this Member | Report Response

"the structure of the curriculum into a block schedule and that the honors grades are based on the class as a whole, not on individual performance." More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities could have been better." More from this Member | Report Response

"Students seemed less than happy at times. Facilities were pretty delapidated as well." More from this Member | Report Response

"it was a regional interview so I didn't get to see the campus... also the interviewer didn't pass out any information about the school or have pictures" More from this Member | Report Response

"The fact that the school is right down town, and there is very little parking." More from this Member | Report Response

"Location" More from this Member | Report Response

"Since it was just a regional interview, nothing." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing negatively impressed me, but I was not thrilled with the facilities and the students did not seem very enthusiastic." More from this Member | Report Response

"Everything seemed very average. The medical student tour guides were neither excited nor disappointed about their decision to go to the school. The facilities were not brand new or state-of-the-art, but they seemed adequate and well maintained." More from this Member | Report Response

"This school was very impressive so the only bad thing was the intense heat in the tunnel leading to the hospital" More from this Member | Report Response

"The cost! Oh, the cost! Also, there was no financial aid presentation." More from this Member | Report Response

"The students at lunch WERE ON THE ADMISSIONS COMMITTEE and they did not announce this tiny little fact. This was my sixth interview and all the lunches thus far have been the same (i.e. please feel free to ask us any questions we are NOT on the admissions committee). However, during lunch at SLU the students said please feel free to ask us any questions but left the info on the admissions committee out. I evidently was one of the few who asked and they were honest and said yes, but in my humble opinion they should not make us ask. Instead they should be honest and volunteer such information. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Regional interview--I didn't get to see the school and I didn't get any information about the school nor any financial aid information. " More from this Member | Report Response

"getting off the metrolink and having no idea where i was" More from this Member | Report Response

"Students seem just ok with going to SLU. Almost as if it wasn't their top choice or they just ended up there rather than choosing it." More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities look like they could use some updating. Especially the patho lab." More from this Member | Report Response

"The school seemed good but not great, and for the price you would want better than good. Nothing outstanding at all to offer here. The technology seemed outdated. No clinical experience in the first two years. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The interviewer kept yawning during the interview." More from this Member | Report Response

"Everyone there just seemed kinda blah. All of the students seemed content with the school, but no one seemed really glad to be at SLU. Same with the city. Everyone seemed to think St. Louis was alright, but no one was like, "I love it here". That's too much money to be spending on a school to just be "ok with it"." More from this Member | Report Response

"When you travel from the airport to the school via the Metrolink, you can see that the city does show signs of poverty in certain areas. But it wasn't as bad as people have posted in other interview feedbacks." More from this Member | Report Response

"Almost a little too laid back." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interviewer just asked me questions. We never really had a repoire going. He was very nice, but he didn't seem all that interested in what I said. It was almost like he had a set of questions he wanted to ask me before I got to the interview and was just looking for a standard answer." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interviewer basically said that all my volunteer, doctor shadowing, and health care sector work experiences didn't count in her mind. She said they weren't good enough. She wanted to know why else I wanted to be a doctor. Since I have many, many reasons and experiences, I was able to satisfy her. But, I didn't like that she shot down the main reasons and experiences. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The area. It is not that is is ghetto, more than parts of it feel like Stalingad.THe school is expensive" More from this Member | Report Response

"Accidentally stumbling into the "bad part of town." " More from this Member | Report Response

"the area isnt as bad as other people on sdn make it out to be... but it's not the greatest either. while my hosts gave me some helpful advice, I also wish that they had been able to take a night off to show me around :)" More from this Member | Report Response

"it is a jesuit university" More from this Member | Report Response

"Students seemed to have a lot more downtime than students at other schools" More from this Member | Report Response

"The city didn't seem that great (of course, I'm from a town of about 80,000 so I don't really like larger cities): too gray, not enough trees, ugly architecture. The atmosphere during the interview wasn't that great either: the students interviewing seemed a little too competitive for my tastes, the facilities were okay but slightly more run down than others I've seen, their were no admissions or financial aid presentations (I was told there was a packet on the desk that I could look through). The faculty did not seem all that interested in the students." More from this Member | Report Response

"minimal scheduling and lots of down-time" More from this Member | Report Response

"COST and lack of financial support other than loans. Necessary to drive to school. Definitely the "other" medical school of St. Louis." More from this Member | Report Response

"old computers in the hospitals, its a really expensive school too." More from this Member | Report Response

"My tour was led by a disgruntled MSIV who ripped on the school the whole time. She seemed to take us by the oldest and dirtiest parts of the school, leaving me the impression that it hadn't been renovated in a long time (I later found out this wasn't true)." More from this Member | Report Response

"It seemed as if he was teaching me more than interviewing me. I thought that interviews were supposed to be about me, however, in all of my interviews, the interviewer talked more than I did. Also, I had to wait about 3 hours between the tour and my interview. When you go to your interviews, bring stuff to do!" More from this Member | Report Response

"The tuition, but I knew that going in :p" More from this Member | Report Response

"The weather in St. Louis isn't exactly ideal for me. However the town itself has parts that seem comfortable enough to live in. It's not exciting in the way the that LA or NYC are but STL is better than a lot of people make it out to be." More from this Member | Report Response

"i just don't think much about st. louis as a city in general. if you're looking for a big city with a lot to do or are from a large city, or pretty much anywhere from the east and/or west coasts, you may find it challenging to adjust to midwest life. the downtown was cool but nothing really to do there. st. louis university was in an OK part of town, not much around, but not as scary as some of he reviews here make it seem to be." More from this Member | Report Response

"Facilities aren't the greatest." More from this Member | Report Response

"Area around school was a little scary; interviewer acted like a jerk." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing, overall I loved the school." More from this Member | Report Response

"St. Louis does not seem like the greatest city coming from LA." More from this Member | Report Response

"I didn't exactly fall in love with the city or the school. I liked it and would be happy there, but there just isn't as much there as you would expect." More from this Member | Report Response

"The school doesn't seem very diverse (alot of hillbillies) and the students didn't seem very cool. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The area wasn't that great (though it wasn't that bad), it was just really industrial. Cold as frozen poodles, though I come from San Diego. There's lots of ethnicities in the area, but they seem very segregated." More from this Member | Report Response

"The neighborhood was not very good, and the med students we saw were very clear that they DO NOT live in the neighborhood." More from this Member | Report Response

"The area that the school is in. I didn't feel very comfortable walking around the school, it seems to be in a bad neighborhood. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The neighborhood in which the school was located. I'm not sure I'd feel safe walking home from school." More from this Member | Report Response

"location: too industrialized, not so close to undergrad campus, not so student-friendly environment" More from this Member | Report Response

"It was so cold, 2 degrees in the morning and I am from az. But overall I liked the school." More from this Member | Report Response

"city of st louis, not as good as i expected. Student host discouraged me to go because of high tuition. " More from this Member | Report Response

"the area of the school was not fantastic. a car is a must if you go to this school. and the tuition...oh my!" More from this Member | Report Response

"the area of the school was not fantastic. " More from this Member | Report Response

"THe facilities were old and not very nice. It also seems that the school is trying to disown its Jesuit heritage, which is very disappointing. St. Louis is also a pretty putrid city." More from this Member | Report Response

"Not much, do not know if the area around the medical school is great." More from this Member | Report Response

"A lot of the students seemed to suffer from low self esteem perhaps from the proximity to UW. Fairly disorganized place, nobody told us we were done for the day so we were left sitting in the conference room until we elected some one to go to admissions." More from this Member | Report Response

"The financial aid situation, there was no tour of the hospital" More from this Member | Report Response

"Saint Louis is a bit of a run-down city and the school is pretty expensive." More from this Member | Report Response

"Must own a car." More from this Member | Report Response

"You only have one interview. I prefer to have two, just in case one does not go well." More from this Member | Report Response

"I just was not fond of the city and the facilities seemed sort of old " More from this Member | Report Response

"One student gave an unfavorable review of the school environment for minority students." More from this Member | Report Response

"There were 20 people on the tour with one tour guide so it was impossible to hear what was being said." More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities were awful...and I had heard that before, but man. WOW. The carpets were stained, the walls were dirty and dented in, and the whole med school building felt like a dungeon to me. Our tour guide was terrible. He didn't smile once, couldn't say anything exciting about SLU, and told us the only reason he's going there is because it's the only place he was accepted. " More from this Member | Report Response

"SLU hospital isn't exactly luxurious, not horrible, it's just an older facility." More from this Member | Report Response

"Talking to one of the students, I asked, "So what made you pick SLU?" He said, "It was the only place I got accepted." He didn't seem thrilled about it." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing." More from this Member | Report Response

"The price. Saint Louis U ranks 12th expensive out of the 51 private medical schools yet only ranks 32nd in financial aid. My buddies who go there say they've been extremely proactive with fundraisers, etc so hopefully those stats improve. The library. Nothing inspiring about it. Gets the job done I suppose but as with many schools, I think alot of studying gets done in and around stl. The cockaroaches. Well, I saw two in the hallways so maybe its just coincidence." More from this Member | Report Response

"The 2nd year student I stayed with seemed very stressed out and over worked." More from this Member | Report Response

"The financial aid session was rather long and condescending. " More from this Member | Report Response

"the interviewer was late" More from this Member | Report Response

"not much, just not where I want to be" More from this Member | Report Response

"cost " More from this Member | Report Response

"It was a little intimidating to be in an interview group with 30 other people. I know that most schools typically interview 30 people a week, but not all on one day. Also, since you are only given one interview, if it doesn't go well you're screwed. I wish they gave you 2 interviews." More from this Member | Report Response

"really long financial aid presentation." More from this Member | Report Response

"the school is a bit stacked on top of itself, it's in a not-so-nice area of STL. I was asked what schools I had interviewed at and been accepted at - i felt like if i told them i was already in a few places that they'd not consider my application as heavily or something. it made me uncomfortable to be asked. Financial Aid session was LONG." More from this Member | Report Response

"nothing" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing really, except maybe the cold weather (I'm southern CA born and raised)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Program seemed quite mediocre, and the student tour guides said the same thing." More from this Member | Report Response

"only 80% of graduates get one of the top three residency choices" More from this Member | Report Response

"Very impersonal interview day" More from this Member | Report Response

"St. Louis is the 4th largest segregated city in th U.S." More from this Member | Report Response

"Price, block style curriculum, and the price. The medical student giving the tour told us that about 20 students fail the boards every year, and that the faculty doesn't care about student concerns." More from this Member | Report Response

"The mess-ups made by the admissions office." More from this Member | Report Response

"Small size of "campus," homogenous student body" More from this Member | Report Response

"Interviewer seemed somewhat disinterested. One of the med students said he'd do residency anywhere but St. Louis since he'd been there his whole life. Too many people were there in one day to interview; I felt like we were being herded around in a pack." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview was so short, maybe 25 minutes at the most" More from this Member | Report Response

"The library" More from this Member | Report Response

"It seemed like the students weren't all that happy...One person that I ran into from my undergrad years told me to go somewhere else if possible." More from this Member | Report Response

"The host program" More from this Member | Report Response

"The student giving the tour was not too outgoing, but I still think he liked it there. The least impressive part is the cost, but that happens at almost any private school." More from this Member | Report Response

"Hospital, school, (nice people, but the area is rather bleak economically/socially.) " More from this Member | Report Response

"The bookstore." More from this Member | Report Response

"They have a robotic dummy that in simulation responds physiologically to medical decisions made by the student or resident." More from this Member | Report Response

"The last class had an 80% rate on the boards. There's a bimodal disturbiton of board scores. " More from this Member | Report Response

"a few people were kinda depressed it seemed...and st louis was just like my hometown of milwaukee" More from this Member | Report Response

"library, but i study at home, so shouldn't be a problem for me." More from this Member | Report Response

"Behind on technology, and no place to workout." More from this Member | Report Response

"The technology of the school, sort of behind." More from this Member | Report Response

"That is wasn't WashU." More from this Member | Report Response

"lecture hall? but it wasn't that bad..." More from this Member | Report Response

What did you wish you had known ahead of time?

"Coffee would not be served with lunch." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing. It was a straightforward interview and tour." More from this Member | Report Response

"To really mull over my experiences further" More from this Member | Report Response

"How little time I would have to really try to sell myself to them." More from this Member | Report Response

"How conversational this interview would be." More from this Member | Report Response

"That we have to walk to another location to meet our interviewers." More from this Member | Report Response

"That the interview is so conversational and very low stress" More from this Member | Report Response

"How super chill the interview was" More from this Member | Report Response

"That time flies during interviews and you will never feel like the interviewer knows you well enough at the end of an interview." More from this Member | Report Response

"I wish I had known that some interviews take place after the tour and lunch. I was fortunate to have my interview before, but there were people who showed up around 10:30 for the tour and lunch then interviewed later in the afternoon around 2-3." More from this Member | Report Response

"That it would be sooo hot" More from this Member | Report Response

"Lots of down time between interview and tour" More from this Member | Report Response

"There's a lot of down time depending on your interview slot: Each applicant gets a 45 minute interview block, starting at 7:45 running to 3:30 (skipping 11:00 - 1:00 for the tour and lunch). You might end up waiting for the tour / lunch or for your interview." More from this Member | Report Response

"Little to no clinical experience first two years" More from this Member | Report Response

"The campus is pretty easy to navigate, so I didn't need to show up a half hour early." More from this Member | Report Response

"How relaxing and laid back the day would have been." More from this Member | Report Response

"The med students at the luncheon are on the admissions committee" More from this Member | Report Response

"That St. Louis is not as scary as people make it out to be" More from this Member | Report Response

"How close the school is to downtown." More from this Member | Report Response

"No clinical exposure (except w/ standardized patients) for the 1st 2 years." More from this Member | Report Response

"Interviewees need to walk and find the interviewer's office. Getting lost increased my stress level immediately prior to my interview." More from this Member | Report Response

"Try to get into town before it gets dark..." More from this Member | Report Response

"GET ENOUGH SLEEP THE NIGHT BEFORE YOUR INTERVIEW SO YOU CAN THINK ON YOUR FEET THAT MORNING!" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing, I felt well prepared. Just be sure to relax and take your time answering questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"How to avoid getting on the wrong train to the airport haha." More from this Member | Report Response

"That the school is so run-down." More from this Member | Report Response

"that the interviewer would be a complete hick" More from this Member | Report Response

"how much i would love the school and how approachable everyone is from the faculty to the janitors" More from this Member | Report Response

"That there was a chance that the interviewer would not know many things about SLU" More from this Member | Report Response

"More about the school's history and mindset." More from this Member | Report Response

"Mentioning abortion on campus is a big no-no." More from this Member | Report Response

"How relaxed and conversational the interview would be." More from this Member | Report Response

"Not to worry, at all. " More from this Member | Report Response

"that it would be so easy.. no need to stress about this one" More from this Member | Report Response

"That my sandwich had onions on it; to bring flats for the tour and something to do during a lot of downtime; I'd have 2 interviewers (both so nice); not to be stressed; that I would like the school so much!" More from this Member | Report Response

"The internet at the Water Tower Inn reallllyyyy sucks.....like really bad." More from this Member | Report Response

"The tour includes umpteen billion stairs - bring flats to change into if you're a lady and wearing heels to the interview. Also, if you interview early in the morning you will have a lot of downtime before the tour/lunch/fin. aid presentation. " More from this Member | Report Response

"SLU is a much nicer and bigger city than I pictured. " More from this Member | Report Response

"That the lunch would be so terrible...eat a big breakfast." More from this Member | Report Response

"Not much." More from this Member | Report Response

"I did end up taking the Metro system and it wasn't nearly as bad as I had previously heard. Believe me, I was sticking out like a sore thumb, but it was relatively quick and cheap ($2.25). Also, don't stay at their Water Tower Inn... it's fairly cheap and that's about it. " More from this Member | Report Response

"That the interview would be so casual - it's very low stress." More from this Member | Report Response

"I forgot how bad LA traffic can be, especially during rush hour. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview really was laid back" More from this Member | Report Response

"fair amount of walking on the tour (and lots of stairs) so i should have worn better shoes" More from this Member | Report Response

"nothing comes to mind. " More from this Member | Report Response

"I was pretty prepared, so nothing during the interview really caught me off guard." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing surprising" More from this Member | Report Response

"That the Jesuit part of the school wasn't as HUGE as I thought... (or else I wouldn't have kept bringing it up)" More from this Member | Report Response

"the school is a jesuit university BUT that does not factor into the curriculum and is hardly noticeable though it is mentioned several times and also that i would have almost 2 hrs between the end of my interview and the beginning of the tour" More from this Member | Report Response

"For some reason I had no idea it was a Jesuit University" More from this Member | Report Response

"I wish I had known how casual and laid back everyone was going to be... it kind of took me by surprise." More from this Member | Report Response

"most students live really far away from campus, having a car is basically a necessity" More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview day is more like a few hours, not a lot of presentations from different committees and departments (which I actually like btw, you get a chance to meet more people from the school)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Though I didn't experience it first hand, I was told the med school wasn't in the best part of town." More from this Member | Report Response

"Bring caffiene for sleepy interviewers (my interview time was the last of the day 8am-5pm)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Some of the students at the luncheon are on the interview committee." More from this Member | Report Response

"that you should take the metrolink instead of a cab from the airport." More from this Member | Report Response

"The curriculum... I had no idea how good it was." More from this Member | Report Response

"There was a rams/bears game that night- my hotel was very noisy." More from this Member | Report Response

"na" More from this Member | Report Response

"the class size is going to be about 175 next year." More from this Member | Report Response

"There was a Cardinals game going on at the time and there was heavy traffic" More from this Member | Report Response

"The weather was gonna suck." More from this Member | Report Response

"First and second year students can complete electives." More from this Member | Report Response

"St. Louis is really not a bad city at all.. There seems like there is a lot to do" More from this Member | Report Response

"i stayed with a friend, a med student at slu. sleep on the couch is not very confy, med students get up really early, four hours bus ride down to st.louis is not as convenient as i had hoped." More from this Member | Report Response

"The garage they tell you to park in is more expensive than some other garages." More from this Member | Report Response

"How isolated the classes in the medical school seem to be from each other. M1s and 2s seem to know each other pretty well, but that cohesion seemed to be lost as 2nd years become 3rd years. For me, it seemed like opportunities for mentoring between upperclassmen and underclassmen are really lost." More from this Member | Report Response

"I wish I had stayed longer to meet more students. The ones that the school picked for us to meet over lunch all seemed uninteresting and knew little besides their own experiences (which were rather mediocre). No one was super excited to be there. " More from this Member | Report Response

"the day is relatively short compared to other places" More from this Member | Report Response

"how close this school is to wash u." More from this Member | Report Response

"SLU doesn't offer housing to grad students, they don't have room. However, senior med students make a list of good housing options on the website. " More from this Member | Report Response

"I wish I had come with an even more open mind about the school; I came pretty open-minded but I could have come in more and it would have helped, for biases only blur the truth about the school. Find out for yourself; don't take other people's words; it couuld just be their personal bias." More from this Member | Report Response

"none" More from this Member | Report Response

"That I could have saw a lecture while I was waiting for my interview." More from this Member | Report Response

"there are a lot of other people interviewing on the same day, about 30." More from this Member | Report Response

"It was freaky taking the subway late at night from the airport, but cabs are $40 so i had to suck it up...try to get there during daylight" More from this Member | Report Response

"no patient contact in curriculum, 1st year is class based, 2nd year is systems based" More from this Member | Report Response

"I needed a rental car!!!!" More from this Member | Report Response

"The school focuses on teaching students holistic medicine." More from this Member | Report Response

"St. Louis is a really cool city--I was worried that the midwest might not appeal to me since I've grown up in California, but I was really impressed with the numerous parks, museums, organic food stores, nightlife, etc. According to my host, "St. Louis is a great place to be a medical student--there's enough to do so that you aren't bored during your free time but not so much that you are missing out when you need to study." " More from this Member | Report Response

"People consider SLU a "backup" school." More from this Member | Report Response

"It's very difficult to get around St. Louis without a car, and taxis are very expensive." More from this Member | Report Response

"About SLU's block curriculum. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing " More from this Member | Report Response

"Interviewer would be condescending and that the interview was actually an hour session through which I am supposed to get to know him better, since he did all the talking." More from this Member | Report Response

"school is ugly" More from this Member | Report Response

"Better directions for reaching the campus from the airport via public transportation." More from this Member | Report Response

"There is a shuttle that runs between the school and the Metrolink. " More from this Member | Report Response

"nothing major, but our tour group was large with only one student leading us, so if you were not standing right by him it was hard to hear and ask questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"There's a tunnel from the medical school to the hospital." More from this Member | Report Response

"There was a lot of lag time between activities." More from this Member | Report Response

"The whole parking issue. If you call the school beforehand they can tell you where to park. (only $5 for the whole day.)" More from this Member | Report Response

"It was 90 degrees in October and I was sweating like a pig" More from this Member | Report Response

"It's really hard to find the parking lot." More from this Member | Report Response

"They have a Clinical Skills Center that utilizes standardized patients and two mannequins to simulate live patients. The school is very proud of both." More from this Member | Report Response

"That the dean of admissions was interviewing me, this was a last minute change." More from this Member | Report Response

"It's so easy to get from the airport to the campus on the metro, and it only costs a couple bucks. In the interview packet, the metro is mentioned, but they made it sound confusing. It's not! Use the metro! I could have saved $20 on a shuttle ride." More from this Member | Report Response

"Getting off the metrolink and "waiting" for the shuttle to pick me up. First, the directions are a little misleading. After you get off the metrolink and go up two flights of stairs you will be directly on the street, there is not a covered area or pull-off from where the shuttle can pick you up (Pretty much just a bus stop on the street). Also by an all day ticket for 4 dollars at the airport. One way is 3 so you might as well save the 50 cents on your way back." More from this Member | Report Response

"there aren't really any good places to eat around the medical school that you can get to without a cab" More from this Member | Report Response

"They have food in the interview room so don't worry about eating before you get to the school." More from this Member | Report Response

"St. Louis can be kinda a frightening city!" More from this Member | Report Response

"How difficult it is to park in the area." More from this Member | Report Response

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"If you get to the conference room before your interview, they have a great breakfast spread, so don't waste your money buying breakfast or coffee somewhere." More from this Member | Report Response

"I didn't realize it was so cold. I'm from Southern California where the weather is mild but what I experienced in St. Louis was insane. Truly cold weather even though there wasn't any snow. Make sure to take a coat and possibly gloves, because your hands numb up quickly. Also this school gives decisions quick. I interviewed at the school in mid-December and got an acceptance mid January. Good stuff. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The tour was at the school, but the interview was across the street at the hospital" More from this Member | Report Response

"The location was crummy. If you walk on the street, you are asking to get mugged. If you park your car on the street, it is your fault if someone breaks in. This is according to the security guard at the front of the building." More from this Member | Report Response

"THe shuttle from metrolink is hard to find, its not to far of a walk from the metrolink station to the hospital,(15mins). Also, the metrolink stations were kinda sleazy" More from this Member | Report Response

"Abortions are not taught or performed in the teaching hospital because SLU is a Jesuit institution." More from this Member | Report Response

"if you fly into st. louis, you should know that the cheapest way to get to the school is the metrolink train. for some reason my student hosts didn't want to pick me up at school and so they gave me directions to their place and i had to pay a $40 cab fare to get there... the next day I paid $1.50 to get from the school back to the airport using the train. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing." More from this Member | Report Response

"it is a jesuit university" More from this Member | Report Response

"Not a very nice city." More from this Member | Report Response

"interviewers have access to entire file" More from this Member | Report Response

"The neighborhood is not nice, but its not too bad, the campus is pretty and "green". The Dean made a comment regarding websites such as these :)" More from this Member | Report Response

"that my interview was actually in the hospital across the street and that I was supposed to find my interview all on my own." More from this Member | Report Response

"The school is expensive." More from this Member | Report Response

"SLU interviews a lot of people. I was sure that I would not get in, which I think actually helped me because I wasn't nervous when it came time for my interview. I ended up getting in anyway." More from this Member | Report Response

"that it would be raining the day I arrived." More from this Member | Report Response

"nothing really." More from this Member | Report Response

"Not all interviewers use the same techniques. Other candidates I talked to indicated that their interview were informal and conversational, whereas mine was intense and extremely uncomfortable." More from this Member | Report Response

"The public transportation system in St. Louis isn't nearly as good as I expected and the city's not that safe (especially around the medical school campus). I would almost have to have car to function at SLU." More from this Member | Report Response

"That the school is not very diverse but when you walk outside, 70% of the people are minorities." More from this Member | Report Response

"nothing that i can remember at the moment" More from this Member | Report Response

"Go in the front door of the school by the main road; the doors on the sidestreets are closed. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Flights are ALWAYS delayed. I would have brought a pillow if I knew I would end up waiting in both the St Louis and Chicago airports for hours on end." More from this Member | Report Response

"The tuition is a lot higher than I thought it would be." More from this Member | Report Response

"about the city" More from this Member | Report Response

"The block scheduling, They only have one or 2 classes at a time. Haven't seen that at the other schools I visited, but the students seem to like it." More from this Member | Report Response

"about the city. " More from this Member | Report Response

"nothing much...oh bring a scarf if you are from a warmer climate (so cal?)" More from this Member | Report Response

"The match list was much more impressive than I expected it to be." More from this Member | Report Response

"Seems to be pretty low on the med school totem pole" More from this Member | Report Response

"That my interview was going to be in the building across the street from the admissions office. It was a good thing that I arrived early." More from this Member | Report Response

"St Louis downtown is like an industrial city." More from this Member | Report Response

"N/A" More from this Member | Report Response

"They do intense anatomy, it is only 10 weeks." More from this Member | Report Response

"I'm not sure this is the school for me, although I liked their philosophy and focus on ethical concerns." More from this Member | Report Response

"I knew pretty much everything since I have a good friend there and had visited before." More from this Member | Report Response

"Man, I stayed at a baller place. Renaissance Grand Hotel. http://www.renaissancegrandhotel.com Book a week or two in advance. It's worth it though...and it's in the heart of their downtown area which is really looking good (I been to St. Louis like 5 years ago and it was dump) so I was definitely surprised. The metro isn't to far and you can take that to the med school. Hmm..if you need to kill time before your interview, you can chill in the lounge area I suppose next to the library. I struck up conversation with a few med students there and they gave me the ins and outs of SLU." More from this Member | Report Response

"The financial aid office is excellent & there are many resources available to help students apply for scholarships" More from this Member | Report Response

"That there would be so much down-time between lunch and interviews." More from this Member | Report Response

"that there was going to be so much downtime and the prospective students were going to be treated like pieces of meat...also financial aid presentation is a little long-winded" More from this Member | Report Response

"DO NOT TAKE THE TAKI FROM THE AIRPORT TO DOWNTOWN-$30+ DOLLARS" More from this Member | Report Response

"St. Louis demands that it's students be independent learners. If you don't do well with unstructured curriculum, you might not do well at this school." More from this Member | Report Response

"tuition cost" More from this Member | Report Response

"there were like 26 other interviewees there that day - i felt a bit like part of a cattle herd!" More from this Member | Report Response

"nothing" More from this Member | Report Response

"St. Louis can get very cold." More from this Member | Report Response

"That you should bring a deck of cards because you will do a lot of sitting around." More from this Member | Report Response

"The cost, $34,800/year, and it goes up each year" More from this Member | Report Response

"same as above" More from this Member | Report Response

"Price, costs quite a bit." More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing really, this was my first interview that I had to fly to so I could have used my time better (A lot of waiting around at the airport...)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Each of the interviewees had 30 minute slots." More from this Member | Report Response

"The medical school interviewed 30 prospective students that day." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tuition is 35K and the facilities aren't exactly "modern."" More from this Member | Report Response

"I didn't have any surprises." More from this Member | Report Response

"Tuition is 35k. " More from this Member | Report Response

"That "The Exorcist" is based on events that took ploace at an SLU chapel. Also, I would recommend using the student host program for lodging. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Ghetto." More from this Member | Report Response

"Saint Louis has a relatively high tuition fee." More from this Member | Report Response

"This school attracts a lot of Mormons...kinda interesting." More from this Member | Report Response

"wish i would have stayed an extra night to roam a little." More from this Member | Report Response

"The small town feel in a city." More from this Member | Report Response

"?" More from this Member | Report Response

"that it was going to be really hot in St. Louis in mid-April--check weather.com and trust it" More from this Member | Report Response

What are your general comments?

"The facilities are a little dated, overall the students seemed to like SLU however I didn't talk to any that chose it over another school. Students either did a program in undergrad at SLU that allowed them to get in early decision, or they applied to many schools but only got into SLU. My interviewer was reading my primary application while talking to me and her questions seemed to be geared towards figuring out if I remembered what I wrote on my app." More from this Member | Report Response

"I really enjoyed the interview the MD I interviewed with was very warm and easy to talk with" More from this Member | Report Response

"Good school overall." More from this Member | Report Response

"It was a very low stress interview and everyone seemed very friendly!" More from this Member | Report Response

"This is a super relaxed interview - just try to be yourself." More from this Member | Report Response

"I think the interview doesn't allow students to really express who they are. Thirty minutes isn't much. The tour wasn't very impressive either. While I understand they want to maximize our time with students to hear their perspectives, it would've been nice to hear from more faculty as well." More from this Member | Report Response

"Very relaxed, friendly, and hospitable school." More from this Member | Report Response

"All they hype about changing the curriculum to make students succeed with balance was pretty convincing to me." More from this Member | Report Response

"Dr Willmore likes to ask about details- if you mention something, make sure you know a fair amount about it. He pushes to the point where he knows you won't know something. When that happens, just say you don't know. I interviewed with Dr. Graham. He only interviews one applicant a day (Dr. Willmore interviewed about half the group). Dr. Graham is a pathologist, so he gets to the point, and may not act incredibly interested. But don't worry, that's not necessarily a bad thing." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall, a great school, but students are a bit apathetic" More from this Member | Report Response

"Great school. I'm glad I interviewed there, because it really impressed me." More from this Member | Report Response

"Great school. Would love to attend here. Supportive family like atmosphere" More from this Member | Report Response

"Almost kind of wish there was more in the way of presentations etc." More from this Member | Report Response

"Seems great; I'd like to go here." More from this Member | Report Response

"They had awesome refreshments and lunch. I liked that you only have to interview with one person instead of two. Very laidback day. Kind of seemed to drag out for a long time for some reason." More from this Member | Report Response

"Short interview day. No admissions presentation...overall I felt like the day was not very structured. I also do not like the 1 interview method, I think you need at least 2 interviewers to give a reliable assessment of a candidate." More from this Member | Report Response

"Interview was very low stress, and much shorter than my other ones." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview was very conversational and was not stressful at all." More from this Member | Report Response

"The hospital should be included in the tour" More from this Member | Report Response

"Great resources for students, great academic institution, just not sure about the quality of life of students." More from this Member | Report Response

"Great experience" More from this Member | Report Response

"Seems to be in the shadow of WUSTL. I wonder if the students ever cross paths" More from this Member | Report Response

"Very conversational" More from this Member | Report Response

"great school!" More from this Member | Report Response

"I really see myself here, and I've lived on the coasts (west & east) my whole life. It's a great school with friendly students and an outstanding curriculum." More from this Member | Report Response

"This was definitely a solid school and it impressed me a lot more than I thought it would." More from this Member | Report Response

"Students and faculty were nice, but didn't share the same enthusiasm about their school that I've encountered elsewhere." More from this Member | Report Response

"none" More from this Member | Report Response

"overall very good impression of the school" More from this Member | Report Response

"I was keeping an open mind about SLU until I met the person who interviewed me. It was very disappointing and I wish the admissions office would send people to regional locations who were more qualified." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interviewer read questions right off a script...I much prefer the conversational interviews I had elsewhere. The interviewer also interrupted me twice with phone calls. Not very professional. Although SLU seems to have a good program and the students seem content, the location and high price of attendance were turn offs IMO." More from this Member | Report Response

"Great city, friendly students, nice campus, affordable living." More from this Member | Report Response

"SLU is great and I enjoyed my time there more than I had anticipated." More from this Member | Report Response

"Great experience overall!" More from this Member | Report Response

"My interview was only about 20 minutes of question asking, and then my interviewer just went over the curriculum with me for about half an hour. I thought that was a bad sign, but I got accepted.. so yeah, it worked out" More from this Member | Report Response

"Women - bring heels! There is a lot of walking." More from this Member | Report Response

"I was pleasantly surprised by SLU. I kind of added it as an afterthought but I would absolutely love to go there. 2 interviewers is not standard, they were breaking in a new interviewer on me." More from this Member | Report Response

"Great interview, laid back and friendly but also very thorough. No "tricky" questions whatsoever just wanted to get to know the man behind the papers. Hotel- The hotel was close to the school but the lack of internet access really sucked because it was almost impossible to look at SDN and the school website, which I like to do the night before. The student tour was great, given by a 4th year who was not necessarily out to sell us. She answered all of our questions thoroughly and gave an honest and realistic view of the school, including the things she didn't like - This was refreshing. Financial Aid Talk - Standard Financial aid Talk $X in need based grant/scholarship the rest is subsidized/unsubsidized fed loans and another graduate PLUS Loan if needed. Nice because it was short and to the point." More from this Member | Report Response

"The school is great, the medical students seem very happy and are helpful on interview days! All in all it was a very positive day. Lunch was pretty good as well" More from this Member | Report Response

"Great lunch!" More from this Member | Report Response

"I expected my interview to be more conversation-like. Instead, my interviewer had a piece of paper with a list of questions on it, and asked me those questions one by one. As I was answering, he would write notes down on the piece of paper. It ended up being a rather one-sided conversation, because he was quite silent when I was answering the questions. He also asked me about my research...but it was obvious that he already knew the answers to the questions and he was just testing me." More from this Member | Report Response

"Great School, Great Interview, very relaxed " More from this Member | Report Response

"My interview was very laid-back, and Dr. Frankenstein (no kidding) was awesome! She admitted that she didn't have time to read my AMCAS beforehand, which turned out to be much more interesting that the usual going-through-the-motions kind of interview. She seemed genuinely interested in me as a person as well as very enthusiastic about the school. My favorite interview of all my med school interviews." More from this Member | Report Response

"I think I would be happy at this school, but most of the students said they went there because it was the only school they got into. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The impression I got from seeing the students is that the student body is very laid back and not overly serious about their studies. I was told that while most people study a lot, the class of 07 is a "semi-alcoholic" one meaning that a ton of people go to bars throughout the week. So the overall impression I got wasn't of a very serious study body as a whole. The admissions staff did not give us a warm welcome by any means and that leaves me with a negative to neutral taste in my mouth of SLU after leaving. The facilities are nice however. The interviewer, Dr. Cooper, was not especially nice and cut me off several times when I was answering her questions to keep the interview going. " More from this Member | Report Response

"I had an afternoon interview, so I arrived via taxi around 10:15a for the tour scheduled for 11:00a. I talked to the other interviewees, had the tour, then lunch with M2's, then waited around 20 minutes for my interview. I had to go from the school across to the hospital across the street but the directions were excellent. The interview was really laid back and I actually enjoyed this part of the day the most. Definitely very low stress, nothing tough and mostly just casual conversation. After the interview I was free to go (around ~2:15p)." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall it was very good, the group was a little bit big, impressed by the school" More from this Member | Report Response

"Pretty good. Dr. Westerman is a tough-ie, but he is a very knowledgeable physician. He asked some difficult questions, but in retrospect, it was a fluid conversation. I initially had reservations about SLU, but I feel more comfortable in my decision to apply there. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Very conversational, and fairly low stress. It was my first interview, and I think it was a good experience. Just make sure you have everything accounted for on your amcas." More from this Member | Report Response

"Short day - just one interview, a brief tour, and lunch. Pretty easy." More from this Member | Report Response

"The day consisted of a tour, lunch with students, and ended with my interview. There was a really short financial aid presentation but that was it." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview was stress free, even though I was very nervous since it was my first one. Dr. Furman did a great job to make me feel at ease. We talked about SLU and some things I like to do. Nothing too hard." More from this Member | Report Response

"I enjoyed it. I have visited this school before, so I enjoyed seeing the old faces." More from this Member | Report Response

"I think my interviewer just wanted to get to know me as a person. He really didn't have pointed questions that were meant to ''test'' me." More from this Member | Report Response

"good overall interview experience" More from this Member | Report Response

"Hope, pray, do a dance, fast for 2 weeks! Do whatever it takes to get an interview with Dr. Willmore. One of the most memorable experiences of my life! " More from this Member | Report Response

"overall, it was pretty good. the interview was a lot more relaxed than i was expecting. i didn't even get asked the ''why do you want to be a doctor'' question or anything else really related to medicine. the tour seemed kind of pointless though..." More from this Member | Report Response

"Friendly questioning and get-to-know you format. Dr. Willmore is a human BS detector, so be prepared for questions specific about your application." More from this Member | Report Response

"Great school overall. Can't wait to start." More from this Member | Report Response

"I thought I had performed very poorly, but was accepted about 4 weeks post interview. Going into the interview I wasn't too sure about the school, but after the interview and a later visit to St. Louis I was very impressed with both the school and the city. I will likely be matriculating here this fall." More from this Member | Report Response

"Stress free day. Lots of waiting around after interview. Nice students." More from this Member | Report Response

"My interview seemed short. It was only for 30 minutes but the first and last 5 minutes (10 minutes total) were just introductions, farewells or questions. Compared to my interview at another school, I felt that I did not really get a chance (not enought time) to express my self completely. But since I got accepted, maybe it is not something to be worried about. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Good experience. Everybody is very friendly. Interview was stress-free and conversational." More from this Member | Report Response

"Interview experience was greatly improved by staying with a student and talking with current students about the school" More from this Member | Report Response

"Really felt welcome at the school. Students were great. Low stress day." More from this Member | Report Response

"Awesome place! SLU students outscored WashU students on Step 1 last year!" More from this Member | Report Response

"After arriving at the Embassy Suites at SFO (actually in Burlingame), I was set up with my interviwer in her hotel room. It was a little strange having an interview on a couch (in addition to being very sick with a cold). I had minimal contact with other interviewees, since we were scheduled at almost exact 30-minute intervals. The questions were mainly of the ''elaborate on parts of your application'' variety, including some information on my hometown, life before college, and explanation of some questionable grades and MCAT scores. Were it not for trying to get to know my interviwer before I left, I would not have thought I did too well! (Since this posting, I have been accepted to SLU.)" More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall the interview was pretty good. I had a good feeling from the interviewer who seemed genuinely interested in what i had to say. Didnt really flow as a conversation though because she was required to complete a questionnaire and kind of read the questions off of that and seemed more intent on getting to everything than really getting to know me." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview was very laid back. He started off asking me if I had any questions. Then he really tried to sell the school to me. He then asked the typical questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"It was a little standoffish at first, but it was a run of the mill medical school interview, Why medicine? tell me about yourself? where do you see yourself in 10 years" More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview was short, sweet, and to the point. This is what all med school interviews should be like. At this point in the process the med schools know almost everything about us, grades, MCAT, extracurriculars, experiences, etc. The only thing they don't know is our personalities, which can be discovered with a simple conversation. Grilling students with tough questions is pointless. Way to go Saint Louis on doing it right!" More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall very laid back. My interviewer asked some questions that he wanted specific answers to, more to make a point then to see how I felt about the issue/topic at hand, which was a little strange. However, the students were great (I stayed with two M2s, which I highly recommend, good advice and less stress coming to a city for the first time). Although I was assured that this wasn't typical St.Louis weather, it was snowing pretty hard the whole time I was there, so be prepared! " More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall okay, besides the schedule conflict, there were only 5 other people interviewing today, so it was a pretty small group, but everyone was nice, the tour is short and sweet, lunch with M2s is great, they were really honest and friendly, and they clarified the whole safety/crime issue of St. Louis for us, they say it's not that bad as long as you don't get lost in a bad part of town, or walk alone at night, they have breakfast set up for you, and lunch is the basic sandwiches ect. A financial aid coordinator informed us that the tuition is over $40,000 . . . yikes!" More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview was really short. I almost felt like it was too short to get to know me but there are many interviewers so it just depends on who you get..." More from this Member | Report Response

"The curriculum blocks are only one course at a time, which is great. You just focus on one course at a time." More from this Member | Report Response

"good school, great students. stay with a student host if you interview here." More from this Member | Report Response

"Even though the school wasn't gorgeous and new, the students were really nice and down-to-earth and really made me feel welcome." More from this Member | Report Response

"i interviewed at a regional location, so the only activity for the day was my interview. i met the interviewer at her hotel room. the entire conversation was very relaxed. she had a list of questions that she was required to ask, but other than that, we had a normal conversation. " More from this Member | Report Response

"I left very satisfied with choosing to visit that day. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Wonderful- everyone was very friendly, and I felt completely at ease." More from this Member | Report Response

"This was my first of four interviews and was by FAR the most difficult. But it was difficult in an insightful way; the interviewer really dug into my file (he practically knew me better than I did). So, in the end the difficulty was appreciated. ;)" More from this Member | Report Response

"very laid back and really opened up to questions to help me understand more about the school" More from this Member | Report Response

"I was really impressed by the school- mainly b/c of the people at it." More from this Member | Report Response

"Relaxed...almost like talking to a friend I hadn't seen in a while. He was very courteous and interacted with me instead of just asking questions and blankly staring at me for answers." More from this Member | Report Response

"The day was very short except for waiting for my late afternoon interview. I was kind of annoyed because I initially had an early interview and was e-mailed the day before to change it to late afternoon (by then I had already made travel plans and had to change them last minute)" More from this Member | Report Response

"It was a very casual experience. I made it harder on myself by putting more pressure on myself. I wish my interviewer had asked me some more questions so he could get a better idea of who I was." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview was laid back and fun. The other students were very friendly, open, and helpful. The faculty seemed friendly and available. The interview is all about the experiences you discuss in your application." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall positive experience, people involved with the whole process were nice and knowledgeable" More from this Member | Report Response

"Wierd interview. I don't think it was typical, just my very old interviewer. The tour was given by a 4th year med student who seemed to keep emphasizing that SLU wasn't his first choice, but that he liked it anyway." More from this Member | Report Response

"the interview day didn't really impress me, the facilities were not so great and the students basically told us that all med schools were the same and that there is no specific reason that we should be interested in slu" More from this Member | Report Response

"i really enjoy the day there. i wish i had gone to bed earlier. i stayed with an old friend. we basically chat for a long time that night, though i learned a lot about the school from her. the tour guide was really enthusiastic about her school. it's always encouraging to see such a positive attitude." More from this Member | Report Response

"my interview was very short, but we covered all of my research and volunteer experience. The tour was somewhat extensive, and lunch was really good" More from this Member | Report Response

"It was very low stress, and a fairly enjoyable interview. It was based on my AMCAS application, and he didn't ask me any difficult questions. I led most of the conversation." More from this Member | Report Response

"There around 20-30 other applicants on interview day. The day started with a tour of the school/facilities and hospital given by a med student. We then had lunch with the med students with a talk given by the dean. The dean seemed really nice and genuinely interested in our success. We then returned to a conference room for a financial aid talk and then waited for our interviewers to get us. Overall, the day was less stressful than I thought it was going to be. The interview was very conversational about my application and allowed me to tell my story/insight into medicine." More from this Member | Report Response

"i was nervous for the interview since it was my first, but i ended up getting in a few weeks later. slu has an organized day for its interviewees with a welcome, tour, lunch, and interview. i wasn't overwhelmingly impressed with slu, but i defintely think it's a solid choice for others." More from this Member | Report Response

"My interview was great. I felt that matched me with an interviewer who shared my interests in research. Overall a good interview. Can't say much more about the rest of the day. My tour was so uninformative. At one point, we walked through the hospital and I had no idea what I was supposed to be looking at.." More from this Member | Report Response

"My interview was very thorough and enjoyable. It was very laid-back and conversational - no stress at all. My interviewer was really interested in my background and asked many questions pertaining to the composite profile that she was responsible for compiling for the admissions committee." More from this Member | Report Response

"Great experience, good first interview. They ask you no moral or ethical questions and it is very conversational. Bring a book, you will have some free time." More from this Member | Report Response

"It was really relaxed. There weren't any difficult questions. They didn't even ask why I want to be a doctor. They have your AMCAS and your supplemental app, so they know your academic background. In the interview, they are just trying to get to know you on a personal level." More from this Member | Report Response

"One-on-one conversation for 60 minutes about myself, the school, my intentions, my goals, etc. Wonderfully done, well planned, and professinoal." More from this Member | Report Response

"It was an easy, conversational interview. It was made very clear from the beginning that this was an opportunity for the interviewer to get to know me, not to trick me or make me uncomfortable. " More from this Member | Report Response

"it was a very relaxed experience, asking very typical med school questions. " More from this Member | Report Response

"My experience was overall enjoyable. I learned much about the campus during the tour. Our tour guide was very informative. And the finicial aid session was very thorough. My interviewer made me feel very comfortable. He made sure he learned as much as he could about me. Lunch was very delicious and the student that I had lunch with answered all of my questions and was very nice and helpful." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall, very laid back." More from this Member | Report Response

"Standard one-on-one interview. Really laid back interview with no difficult or weird questions. They just want to get to know you here." More from this Member | Report Response

"The students did not seem to be very happy. Also, I like the fact that they told me this right away: "it's not gonna happen!"" More from this Member | Report Response

"I wasnt expecting much from this school, but I ended up liking it there, and I got accepted, so I'll probably be going there this fall. " More from this Member | Report Response

"My interviewer was very nice, understanding an d funny. He was very honest with me about the school and how they select applicants. He was also very thourough in responding to my questions about the school. I was extra impressed by the training possibilities in and out of the city, the childrens hospital, and the students with whom we ate lunch." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview was positive. My interviewer was the dean of admissions and he was quite laid back. He asked me about my family, my goals, general questions and he didn't make me feel uncomfortable. His questions seemed truly genuine." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interviewing day was very relaxing, just a good time for us as prospective students to learn about the school and for the school to learn a little bit about us. They did a great job at making us feel welcome and the interview was nothing to get stressed over. It was a very pleasant experience for me." More from this Member | Report Response

"I'm not saying that SLU is a bad school but it just wasn't for me. This was my backup school and as soon as I got at one of my top choices I withdrew my application here. The admissions staff was very accomadating(my flight was late and they were very understanding)." More from this Member | Report Response

"Very, very relaxed. My interviewer knew my application well and seemed genuinely interested in getting to know me. I immediately felt at ease. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The first thing on my itinerary was the tour. I took the metro there and just barely got there in time. After the tour we had lunch and were taken back to a conference room where the interviewers came to get us. My interviewer had a sheet with all my info on it and he had already begun to take notes. He basically confirmed a bunch of info from my app and then asked a few questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interviewer had a sheet with my information, most of which had been filled out and he just asked to fill in the holes. Other students said they had similar experiences. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Most questions were biographical. The interviewer know a lot about my application which was impressive. He also liked to talk about his experiences, which was refreshing." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall it was OK. I left feeling a bit confused about the school. Students were nice, but was not sure about the school. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Dr. Willmore was extremely nice and put me at ease-- did not ask obvious questions like why do you want to be a doctor, why SLU, why did you take the MCAT twice or even why I got a C in physics. I was surprised that I didn't get asked those sorts of obivious questions (but not disappointed!) Our talk was very conversational, he seemed interested in all of my clincal experiences and asked me many questions about my thoughts and feelings during those experience. He asked about my family and what I like to do in my spare time." More from this Member | Report Response

"My interviewer was a doctor at the hospital. He was very enthusiastic about life in St. Louis and very confident in the school producing great doctors despite its lack in rankings. He was very unreactive and expressionless towards my responses to his questions so it made me nervous and it was difficult to read how I did. He also got a phone call towards the end which cut the interview a bit short. " More from this Member | Report Response

"My interview started out well, but it seemed clear that she either didn't like me or was trying to rattle me a bit. Definitely stay with a host and talk with them about the interview experience - that was helpful and cheaper than a hotel. " More from this Member | Report Response

"This was a regional interview, it was real conveniently located, and the interviewer seemed genuinely enthusiastic about me, gave me lots of compliments, made me feel good about myself. A very positive experience. " More from this Member | Report Response

"So realize that interviews run until 4:30pm, which is later than other places I have been. The interviewer had a very awkward style in asking questions and instigating conversation (if any), I didn't like it but perhaps other interviewees did. It seemed as though a decision on me had been made before I even stepped in.. but I guess we will see. Also, I emailed one of the students on the admissions committee for information on something, and found the student to not be that helpful. " More from this Member | Report Response

"very relaxed; the interviewer didn't try to ask any trick questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"It was a very short, informative day. The interview was more like a conversation after he asked all of the necessary questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"tour was horrible and boring" More from this Member | Report Response

"Given some of the negative comments I'd heard about SLU, I was impressed overall. They are building a new research facility, but it won't be done for a few years. All other facilities, including the hospitals are old. I repeatedly asked about the safety of the city and it seems that by avoiding certain areas of the city, one can remain very safe. My interviewer showed up 45 minutes late, and the presentations about the school were short and lacked important information. My interviewer had a strange style, but I liked him." More from this Member | Report Response

"I was surprised because this was the first school I interviewed at where there was not a single student who completely LOVED the school. No random students came up to us saying "you guys should definitely go here!" Even our tour guide, when she asked her how it was basically gave the impression that it was "ok" While there seemed to be positives about the school, it seemed as if everyone had something to complain about. When we were on the tour, our tour guide said she couldn't show us the anatomy lab because of OSHA regulations. I didn't really care too much because I assume every anatomy lab looks pretty much the same, but I was confused why she cited OSHA regulations when I've been able to see anatomy labs at every other school. I was also disappointed that we didn't get to see the children's hospital because it is supposedly a nice facility. While I realize that SLU is not the highest ranked medical school and probably feels as if it is in the shadows of its neighbor, it seemed as if the entire school already accepted its inferiority and was trying to hide the fact instead of focusing on its strengths. My interviewer asked me where I had interviewed, and when she heard and looked at my stats, she said "Oh, I'm sure you'll get accepted many places" and I got the vibe that she was implying I wouldn't attend SLU because I was too good for it. I think I would've been more impressed if they showed pride in SOMETHING, but it felt more like being on a date with someone who lacked total confidence in him/herself." More from this Member | Report Response

"i arrived to the conference room with all the other interviewees to wait for the tour to start. there were about 25 of us there that day. the tour was very comprehensive, except we didn't get to see the anatomy lab or the "robot patient" simulators. lunch was served in a classroom, it was sandwiches and salad, but there was not enough salad for everyone, so if you want some get in the front of the line. we had a short presentation from one of the faculty members and the finacial aid person during lunch, and go the chance to ask more questions of students. then we went back to the conference room and those of us with afternoon interviews waited. i ended up being the last one to interview (even though i was scheduled for 1:45, i didn't go until around 2:15) and was sitting by myself for a while. the interview was very nice and relaxed. " More from this Member | Report Response

"It was quick (like half an hour). It was obvious my interviewer was using a lot of pre-scripted questions and filling in the blank spaces on his sheet. Other than that, it was a good experience." More from this Member | Report Response

"the interview was extremely laid back in his hotel suite and we talked about golfing, japanese food, different things" More from this Member | Report Response

"The day went smoothly and was very low stress. I had to wait around a little longer than I would have liked, but it wasn't too bad." More from this Member | Report Response

"It is a very laid back and unstressful day. My interview was in the afternoon, so my first event was the tour. The facilities are okay to other schools I've seen, but the Eddie simulator was cool. (you'll see it on the tour for sure.) Then there was a luncheon with some students and faculty. They give short presentations about the school while you eat. Beware that some of the students there are actually on the admissions committee. After that those who already interview leave, and then those who have afternoon interviews wait together. (there were about 10 of us.) I interviewed with Dr. Swierkosz (or something like that) He is the dean of students at the med school. He is very nice and conversational during the interview. He really seemed to want to get to know me as a person. Overall it was a good experience." More from this Member | Report Response

"I arrived on monday night and my host (a 2nd yr) picked me up at the airport and introduced me to some of her friends and roommates. We made dinner and chatted for a while. We went to class at 9am - Hemotology - and then she dropped me off at the admissions room where 24 other "penguins" were sitting in silence. Why don't people have conversations in these situations? Then we had our tour of SLU and a bit of the hospital at 11am. At 12 we had lunch in an auditorium and we had the opportunity to talk to students (who were on the admissions committee) and three physicians (who are also on the committee). I attended a class on Death and Dying with my host and then I returned to the admissions room to wait for the interviewers to come get us at our scheduled interview time. My interview was with Swiercosz (swear-cost) and he was running a bit late. He is the dean of student affairs and very friendly. We went to his office and chatted about my AMCAS application. He took notes while I talked about my application and highlighted the important parts. We talked a lot about my research and about fellowship options and graduating from SLU with a distinction in research. We ended up talking for 1 hour and 15 minutes. Everything went great and I was VERY impressed with the staff and student's friendliness and enthusiasm. Afterward, my host took me out with a group of her friends to sightsee and we went up in the arch and then to the landing for drinks. It was great!" More from this Member | Report Response

"I had my interview at 9:30 am with Dr. James Drake. He was really nice and the interview was very informal. We then went on a tour from 11-12 and had lunch at 12. " More from this Member | Report Response

"It was a quick 30 minute interview in sunny california...no stress at all as Dr. Furman makes you feel at ease and didn't ask any difficult questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"As everyone promised, Dr. Wilmore is indeed very nice and cordial, but the interview was still slightly more stressful than anticipated. He was a bit cold/professional at the very beginning, and at the very end, but generally the interview was conversational. I was shocked that a few obvious questions like "why do you want to be a doctor" and "why do you want to come to SLU were not asked". " More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview was very laid back and conversational. I ended up having two interviewers, but it was not stressful and I really enjoyed the whole day." More from this Member | Report Response

"It was extremely conversational, nonintimidating, and pressure free. My interviewer was laid back, but seemed very interested in what I had to say. Talking with him was the highlight of the day and sparked my interest in the school." More from this Member | Report Response

"I had a great interview. From the questions it was obvious that the interviewer really wanted to get to know me. The technical aspects of my file, stats etc. were not very important. We talked about personal hobbies, family, sports, and the war." More from this Member | Report Response

"The facilities weren't the nicest and newest, but who honestly cares about stuff like that? If you have great professors and nice fellow students, you will be happy learning medicine. I liked this school. It was my very first interview and my first acceptance. I will decline it because it's so much more expensive than my alma mater, but I am sure I would be very happy if I chose SLU." More from this Member | Report Response

"I liked SLU, I think having heard everyone else's opinion has led to a little prejudice but I still can see myself getting a good medical school education. One thing I think SDN is right on the head about is the non-chalant attitude of the students. None of them seemed to be enthralled with their medical school. Second, when I asked about clinical experiences your 1st two years they said it was pretty much up to yourself, and then started talking about all their different simulations and standardized patients in your second year. Most other schools had choices to get their young physicians out learning how best to interact with patients. " More from this Member | Report Response

"I arrived the night before my interview and spent the night with a student host. It's really easy to hop on the Metrolink outside of the airport and I met him at the stop near the med school. The host lived about 1/2 hour away from the school, but he was very nice and made me feel right at home as he answered all my questions about the school. My interview was at 9:00 or so the next day. All the applicants just sort of hang around in a room with some snacks and wait for their interviews. It was sort of a fun time to get to know the other applicants. People were there from all over the country. The interview was pretty good. My interviewer was switched at the last minute, and I was warned that my new interviewer could sometimes seem a little harsh. I didn't find her to be that way at all. She was very nice and I could tell that she just wanted to get to know me. It looked like all of her questions came from a sheet, and she sort of filled in the blanks as the interview went along. Some of my answers were pretty lame, but she never made me feel bad about any of them. After the interview we were split into groups and had a tour through the medical school. The tour was pretty thorough, and when we ran into doctor's they all answered our questions and chatted with us for a few minutes. After that there was a lunch and the day was over. I walked back to the metrolink and rode it to the airport. We missed out on the finance talk because the presenter wasn't there on the day of my interview. It would have been interesting to see it, though, because the tuition there is so much. For me, that's the only negative of this school. They sent me a letter 3 weeks after the interview informing me that I got accepted. It's nice that they respond so fast - they were the first school I got an interview invitation from and the first school to get back to me. Awesome service when it seems like there are so many other schools that don't make it easy for their applicants." More from this Member | Report Response

"Good experience...tough questions, I just wish I knew what to expect going in and I felt that I wasn't under-prepared." More from this Member | Report Response

"I really enjoyed the entire day. The interview was easy and laidback. While St. Louis may not be the best school in the nation, its still a good school. Besides, an MD is an MD. The questions were typical and not really surprising and the woman I interviewed with was very friendly. I only wish I had thought of some more questions to ask her. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall, it was a pretty straightforward interview with normal interview questions. I didn't like how the interviewer typed on her computer while I interviewed. " More from this Member | Report Response

"It was overall awesome, good people all around. My interviewer was fabulous and our 45-minute interview lasted for over two hours. I felt so incredibly welcome and the interview was like a conversation, not at all stressful." More from this Member | Report Response

"Interview was stress free, just basic q's about your app. " More from this Member | Report Response

"It was in the interviewer's hotel room. She had an interview sheet to fill out so she kept writing throughout the interview. I didn't get any difficult questions - except for the one about what other schools I've been interviewed at. Since I don't have any others lined up at the moment, I couldn't tell if that was a turn-off for her. After she asked me all her questions, she explained SLU's 4 year curriculum. It wasn't too bad except for her yawns throughout the interview. I couldn't tell if she was just tired or I was boring her. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The day was fine, the interview was a good experience, but the school didn't grab me and make me say, "I really want to go to SLU"." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall it was a good experience. If you interview at the school, you can take the Metrolink to the school from the airport. It is basically a train for short distances and is very convenient and cheap. Seemed safe enough. I stayed at the on campus hotel, I think it is called the Water Tower Inn. It was a decent hotel. There is a shuttle from the hotel to the medical school, which is about 5 or 6 blocks away. You could theoretically walk it, but it was freezing cold in the morning. The schools interview setup is a tad unorganized for my taste. Basically, they have students (around 20-25) interviewing all day with different faculty. I had a morning interview while others had afternoon interviews. I interviewed at around 10 AM and got to the school at about 9 AM. There were a couple of students who had already interviewed and were just hanging out. But at around 11 AM, what seemed like all the potential interviewees were waiting. My interviewer was a good guy. He was very calm and relaxed and didn't grill me about any ethical situations or things related to the healthcare system. He had previously read my personal statement and the rest of my application and we just talked about my various experiences and why I wanted to attend SLU. Overall, very low stress and very comfortable. That's when we were divided and taken on tours of the school. A fourth year student led us around and was very helpful and honest. She seemed to sincerely like the school and the community. After that, there is a lunch with the Dean of Admissions as well as current medical students. The grub was actually better then what I have eaten at other schools. But the Dean was a good guy who was open to questions and made a couple of jokes. He made everyone feel comfortable and even sat and ate with us, which was pretty cool. The only negative I could think of is the lack of financial aid information. There was none but since I had interviewed at other schools before, I knew the situation well. But I think it could be a problem for first timers. But all you need to know is, fill out your FAFSA and apply for scholarships, but in the end, prepare to be in debt. The interview experience went well overall, especially considering I got into the school. I read some of the other interview feedback posts that have been written, and a lot of people go off on how the city is a ghetto, etc. It's your typical big city which means it has its good and bad parts. SLU happens to be in a busier and less glamorous area but it wasn't in fear of my life or anything. Everything was safe and calm." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall a good interview experience. The day went much better than I expected." More from this Member | Report Response

"I arrived at the hospital to find out that the tour (which was first) was at the medical school across the street. The tour guide (a 3rd year) showed up late to take us, but was very apologetic and made sure we saw everything we wanted to see. We ate lunch with 3rd and 4th year students. They were helpful in answering questions. It was all very laid back. Then finally the interview. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Very negative. She said that my hospital volunteer work didn't count. That my doctor shadowing experiences were not long or extensive enough for me to have learned anything at all about medicine. That all my experiences that happened in high school don't count, even toward my motivation to wanting to become a doctor. She would cut me off and not even let me mention any of them. I had to go through my whole life to prove to her that I was worthy for her. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Great school, I almost did not attend this interview but came out of it with SLU a top choice. The area aroundthe school could use a coat of paint, but with that aside the students, Faculty, and staff were all great. The facilities were nice, and the adjacent hospitals are excellent" More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview was very laid-back with very predictable questions. My interviewer put me at ease, and I think we both had a positive experience." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall a very relaxed interview itself. The rest of their presentation wasn't the best since all we did was a quick tour and they gave us some packets, but I still liked the campus and the students in their first year class seemed pretty motivated and disciplined which was nice to see." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview was a good experience. Everyone was friendly, and students would stop by the waiting room just to say hello. The tour was led by a 4th year, which was neat." More from this Member | Report Response

"I felt relaxed and was able to increase my chances of getting in because i was myself" More from this Member | Report Response

"Everyone was incredibly friendly at the school. I went to a class and kids flocked around me trying to answer questions. However, I didn't get the same enthusiasm for medicine out of the students that I did at a lot of the other schools. People were most excited that they had a whole lot of downtime and did a bunch of social activities rather than being thrilled about classes or being involved in student run clinics, etc. that I found at other schools. " More from this Member | Report Response

"I can't say that I really enjoyed myself during this interview. The students seemed very nice, but the city is just not for me. It's kind of depressing and ugly. I was surprised at the lack of interest in providing information to students: the directions to my interview (in the hospital across the street from the school) were not very clear and I had to ask four times for help. When I asked about financial aid and admissions info, I was told "the financial aid process is the same here as at all the other schools" (not a big deal if you've already done other interviews, but I felt bad for the students who were at SLU for their first interview experience) and "there's a packet over on the table". The interview itself was pretty low key and conversational. At first my interviewer did not look interested--she didn't make eye contact, kept interupting my answers to her questions only to backtrack to the original question after interupting again. But after the first 15 minutes or so, things were going much better, and my interviewer seemed more interested and alrert. The conversation was quite pleasant after that." More from this Member | Report Response

"very friendly, and don't have to go through most interview day b.s. about financial aid and stats about school. would be a nice place to attend" More from this Member | Report Response

"Everyone's interview was "laid back", was not laid back or easy, more of a lecture/learning experience. Unique. My interviewer was friendly, but was teaching more than conversing. Not necessarily a bad thing, I feel more prepared for future interviews now. I felt like I accomplished something after the interview having made it through a difficult interview. Also, was late in the day and ran long, so I left town during rush hour :( SLU is a solid med school, but I would be uncomfortable racking up this sort of debt unless it was a name school." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall a nice school, nice people. Interview day was short and really didnt give me a good chance to experience the school. I would rather have had it been longer so I felt like my trip was worth it." More from this Member | Report Response

"One-on-one, open file interview with Dr. Cooper (anatomy teacher). She is a very strong lady and will guide the interview to find out what she wants to know. Don't be intimidated, she is always like that when it's about business, but she's very nice outside of class. I've read a few of these reviews about the '07 class being partiers, and they are all true. I'm in the '08 class and we are quite opposite - studious and everyone is nice, even the gunners! If they keep getting classes like '08 you will see SLU moving up in the national rankings." More from this Member | Report Response

"We had a tour and then lunch with other med students and doctors. Then the financial rep talked us through this packet of information. She was kind of rude. She seemed really ticked off that we hadn't read through it ahead of time, even though we hadn't had the chance to because we had been doing stuff since we got there. Anyway, after that we all did our interviews and went home. " More from this Member | Report Response

"My interview was surprisingly not stressful. My interview was with the dean of admissions, so I knew going in that he has a big say in who probably gets in. Some of his questions were "tricky." I felt like he was testing me on some things, trying to elicit a response, or just getting at something. Overall, I was really impressed by the curriculum, and the facilities. St. Louis isn't so bad either. It wasn't in slum village like some other people made it out to be. Cost of living is pretty good." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall I had a good time and would be thrilled to be offered an acceptance." More from this Member | Report Response

"this was only my second interview so i was still pretty nervous going into it. i prepared for the usual questions (i.e. what sets you apart? what is your biggest strength/weakness? what would you do if you couldn't be a physician? etc.) but my interviewer didn't even ask all the questions i was expecting. she basically covered everything in my file and asked me about my activities, my research, my family, everything that any applicant should easily know the answers to. overall, i think she did a good job covering what needed to be covered and for my part, having even one interview under my belt helped boost my confidence tremendously. she kept telling me that this would be the most stressful part of the day, but it wasn't even that stressful." More from this Member | Report Response

"My interviewer was very unfriendly, and seemed to go out of his way to make me uncomfortable. This seems to be the exception rather than the rule, though." More from this Member | Report Response

"The tour started at 10:45am and the entire process of fin aid etc ended at 1:15pm...my interview was originally at 3:30pm so I had quite a few hours of wait...the interviewer was awesome, extremely polite and open to get to know me as a person...he didn't ask any ethical or technical questions...just wanted to know about me..." More from this Member | Report Response

"See above." More from this Member | Report Response

"It was really fast and conversational. We just talked about my family and what I've done... So relaxed! Afterward, I felt like it may be difficult for them to distinguish people because it was so conversational and they don't really challenge you at all. However, I am just used to really tough interviews, so what the hell do I know!?" More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall it was good. I like the non-confrontational style and the brevity of the day (it wasn't all drawn out). SLU makes a real effort to welcome you into their community and show you what it would be like to be one of them." More from this Member | Report Response

"There was nothing impressive about this school. Our student interviewer said that the faculty members are really dedicated. But there was nothing impressive about this school." More from this Member | Report Response

"This interview experience was really good. The interviewer came to the Seattle area and was very nice. He did a good job of explaining the school and the programs offered since we cound not see the campus. There were no ethics questions, just questions about my family, what I do for fun, what I want to do in medicine, etc." More from this Member | Report Response

"Good. The interviewer seemed to really be just checking to make sure I was human and that my personality matched that of the school's. The entire interview day was totally chill, and I left thinking that I could see myself there." More from this Member | Report Response

"My interviewer was changed so I ended up being interviewed by the Dean. He would read parts of my file and ask me seemingly random questions from it. He was really friendly, but he was also bringing up questions about things like psychology which was 5 years in the past for me. I wasn't sure how well the interview went, but I got in, so it must have gone well enough." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall I really liked the school. The area is sketchy, but if you're in class the whole time I dont suppose it would be too bad. The area my student host lived in seemed real nice too. Oh yeah, my student host was awesome! Very nice and welcomed me right in. Come to think of it, all the students I met were really great. They all seemed very happy to be there. The food at lunch was actually good for once! " More from this Member | Report Response

"I had a great time. The interview was extremely relaxed and I felt like the school was trying to sell itself to me as much as I was trying to show them I was a qualified applicant. They were organized and impressive." More from this Member | Report Response

"first off, nothing to stress over...all the other interviewee's were cool to talk to also...interviews are supposed to be open-file but at the last minute my interviewer couldn't make mine so I got assigned to someone who hadn't looked at my file and so it was like a closed-file for me...so be aware of that...but overall nothing to stress about...just be yourself" More from this Member | Report Response

"Got their at 9:00. Had my interview at 9:30. Went back to the conference room and chatted with the other applicants (really friendly group). Went on a tour with a 4th year. It was a little long and we didn't see the hospitals even though they are connected to the school. Had lunch where the dean came and spoke. Then had a financial aid talk. That was it, some people had their interviews in the afternoon instead." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall, a great interview experience. All the interviewees got along well, nice chat, etc. The staff/faculty was very nice and gave a nice sales-pitch about the school" More from this Member | Report Response

"i stayed with a student host and she was really helpful. she picked me up from the metrolink station and we went to dinner together. she had a guest room with bathroom so i stayed there the night before and i went to her first class with her to kill time before the tour and lunch. my interview was after the lunch so i was a little nervous. the tour was given by a fourth year and so it was really thorough! one of the student said that you could almost get free food everyday...they were giving out free cookies to the students the day i was there (the prof was announcing it like 5 times during lecture)" More from this Member | Report Response

"i stayed with a student host and she was really helpful. she picked me up from the metrolink station and we went to dinner together. she had a guest room with bathroom so i stayed there the night before and i went to her first class with her to kill time before the tour and lunch. my interview was after the lunch so i was a little nervous. the tour was given by a fourth year and so it was realy thorough! one of the student said that you could almost get free food everyday...they were giving out free cookies to the students the day i was there (the prof was announcing it like 5 times during lecture)" More from this Member | Report Response

"This interview is extremely low stress. Any preparation I did was not necessary as the interview consisted of nothing but a conversation with a doctor who really did not feel the need to ask any difficult questions. Also, be prepared to sit around a lot, because there was about a 2 hour wait between my interview and the tour plus financial aide session. The most impressive thing about the school was undoubtedly the match list. It seems that students here can get residencies wherever they would like." More from this Member | Report Response

"Everything was alright, it was pretty laid back, which was good because it was my first interview." More from this Member | Report Response

"More or less a run through of all the activities that I had put down on AMCAS." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall, it was a very low-key day and relaxing. My interviewer was very conversational and didn't ask any of the classic difficult questions. It was mostly just explaing my activities on my AMCAS. Surprisingly, I didn't even get why medicine? or why SLU? The campus was nice, although fairly small. The students all seemed very happy and not overly stressed. Also, many people stopped along the tour to talk to us and answer questions, which was a great sign. Overall, a low-stress and informative day." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall, the interview date was a good one. The students were nice and our tour guide really seemed interested in the school. My interviewer was a bit stoic at first and he asked me a lot of questions but at the end he lightened up and we actually had a nice conversation. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Much more traditional that other interviews though. My interviewer stuck to a list of questions and kept taking notes. But she was extremely friendly and made me feel very comfortable." More from this Member | Report Response

"I really liked this school! This school has the most efficient application process! I've heard this from other applicants and now have experienced it myself. They vote on you and mail the letter very quickly after you interview. " More from this Member | Report Response

"My interviewer was extremely kind and laid-back. She asked me questions directly from my application and really not more than that" More from this Member | Report Response

"I actually had fun at this interview, which I never considered to be a possibility. The whole process moved SLU much higher on my wish list of medical schools" More from this Member | Report Response

"Everyone is really positive about SLU, the current students said the faculty really care about you, and they give that impression in the interview. My interview went really well, my interviewer said she was my advocate to the admission committee and she acted that way. It was a good day." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview itself wasn't bad at all...just a few provocative questions. Lunch was average. The student hosting program was kindof a pain in the ass...you have to pay $25 just to stay with them, and then you have to pay anywhere from $40 to $60 in cab fare to get to their remote locations. Not good. I could've stayed in a hotel closer to the school for cheaper!!!" More from this Member | Report Response

"Good day, went to a neuro review w/ my host. 15 interviewers, only one of which was a girl. I was impressed w/ the other applicants. Tour was pretty cool, SLU has alot of good facilities, don't believe people who badmouth the school on those grounds. Lunch, then a Financial aid Q&A. Interviewer was very nice, we had alot of common interests. I would describe it as mostly conversational, nothing difficult but there were some pointed questions outside the overall relaxed mode." More from this Member | Report Response

"It was a good experience. I got there about 10:30am, chatted with some other interviewees (about 11 in all), some of whom had already had their interview. Then we went on a tour given by a 4th year. He loved the school and the tour ended up lasting about 20 minutes longer than planned, so they had to shorten lunch and cancel the financial aid session. The facilities seemed nice. We had a nice catered lunch in a conference room with some medical students. They talked to us a while. Then I had to go to my interview. My interviewer was nice and it was really conversational. Then I filled out an evaluation and left. I was there from 10:30-2:30, so it wasn't too long, nor too short." More from this Member | Report Response

"I liked this school alot. Not the most awe inspiring school visually, but it seems to be they type of clinical institution that would prepare you well. I saw the matchlist in the hallways and I was equally impressed. Hmm..out of the 4 jesuit med schools (Creighton, Loyola, Georgetown, Saint Louis), I think it would be rank reputation wise and matchlist above Loyola or below or compareably to Georgetown, but I'd have to check that. Don't stress the interview. Research some valid points why YOU would fit at SLU and you should be in good shape. Defintely talk to students." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interviewer seemed uninterested in me and in being there. It was a negative feeling, but I was accepted." More from this Member | Report Response

"I was impressed with the positive nature of the students at SLU. The tour was typical of other med schools. From observation, SLU may not be as diverse as other big city schools." More from this Member | Report Response

"overall, very solid and would love to go there...interview was very laid back, just wanted to get to know me..." More from this Member | Report Response

"OVERALL GREAT EXPERIENCE, I LIKE THIS SCHOOL" More from this Member | Report Response

"Short and sweet. My interviewer seemed bored with my file, and simply wanted me to regurgitate what he had in front of his face. " More from this Member | Report Response

"my interview was really long---about 90 min with the same guy and he asked me every question possible about everything on my AMCAS application as well as other general questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview experience was great. I had the anatomy prof for my interviewer, she was really cool and a bit eccentric. The day was full with an interview in the a.m., a full tour, lunch, and an in-depth financial aid session." More from this Member | Report Response

"This was my first interview and I was a bit nervous. My interviewer made me feel very comfortable and we had a very pleasant conversation." More from this Member | Report Response

"It was very relaxed and enjoyable. The student-led tour was slightly unorganized, but the guide was more than willing to answer all questions." More from this Member | Report Response

"I was nervous because it was my first interview but the interviewer was really nice and easy going. It was over before I knew it." More from this Member | Report Response

"The whole process was completely relaxed. Everyone is really really nice. Even the security guards! They took a couple of us in their van to the train station just because we had just missed the shuttle, which would have come by in another 20 mintues anyway! My interview was very relaxed and conversational. To prepare for the interview, I would just suggest reviewing your app and essays. My interviewer had all my info in front of himn with stuff in my essays highlighted that he wanted to talk about. Don't stress!" More from this Member | Report Response

"Blah. Middle of the road, nothing bad, nothing stood out." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall not a bad experience." More from this Member | Report Response

"Good school but didn't mesh with my personality. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The school was a lot alrger that I expected. The architecture on campus and in the city was beautiful. The school is very expensive. The students seemed a bit boring. The students of color did not seem pleased with the environment." More from this Member | Report Response

"Very conversational, however, did not feel like an interview. The interviewer kept questioning my interest in medicine, insinuating that because I don't come from a family with a medical background, I wouldn't be well-suited for medicine." More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview was held at a hotel. Once I got there, I did not notice my name on a sheet listing the day's interviewees. Later, I asked my interviewer for some clarification and she said that it was probably a mix-up made by the admissions office. Then she also told me that the office did not give her my file so instead of an open-file, I had an closed-file interview. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The school was generally what I expected. The students and staff seem to like it there and they are all very nice and friendly. The school is not really located within in the heart of the city. I thought the interview day was very organized and informative. No campus housing per se, however, finding an apartment does not seem hard and everyone said the cost of living in St. Louis was relatively low." More from this Member | Report Response

"I liked the facilities, and the students seemed overall pleased with their experiences. We spent most the day talking to other applicants rather than faculty or students though" More from this Member | Report Response

"The interview was not at the school, it was onthe opposite end of the country...cheap, but I still dont know any more about the school than I did before." More from this Member | Report Response

"They start with a quick tour of the medical building and nearby hospitals, then they give you lunch and a history of the school. After that there is a financial aid question and answer session. Interviews are either before the tour or after lunch. My interviewer was very nice and did not grill me on anything." More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall, the interview experience was disappointing. The interviewer never even introduced himself and was incredibly cynical throughout the entire encounter. He sought pleasure out of "grilling" me about my experiences and activities. The tour was at best "ok" and the facilities immediately turned me off from this school. The only positive thing about the trip (other than my steak dinner) was that it gave me interview experience in a place that is relatively unattractive. " More from this Member | Report Response

"My interviewer was great. She made me feel very comfortable and just tried to get to know me." More from this Member | Report Response

"It was really good. I left feeling like my interviewer really knew about me and my motivations in medicine and to go to SLU." More from this Member | Report Response

"Average school, nothing especially outstanding about the program, enjoyable social atmosphere of students. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Overall, my experience was extremely positive and I was very impressed with the university, curriculum, students, and other applicants. I think most of us had a good experience." More from this Member | Report Response

"I had a great time. I ended up talking with my interviewer for 2 hours, and I didn't even realized it. The interview is totally laid back and all we did was just talk about my life and other open-ended questions. " More from this Member | Report Response

"The interviewer was great, and the faculty was super. However, the students did not seem happy, the place had a gloomy feel." More from this Member | Report Response

"My visit to St. Louis was relatively positive. I didn't know very much about the school when I applied but after I visited, I had a positive impression of the school. The electives that appear in the website aren't really cracked up to be what they appear to be--according to my student host. Do not take a taxi if you have to. I took the Metro Train and it's much, much cheaper ($3 to the university and $1.25 back to the airport). It takes you directly from the airport to the university. Depending on when your interview is scheduled, you may be stuck in a large conference room with other applicants. If you have an afternoon interview, it might be in your favor as my interviewer spent more than an hour with me. From what I heard from the other applicants, the morning interviews lasted about half an hour. Then again, it may depend on who your interviewer is. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Since my interviewer was MD/PhD, we talked a lot about research. It was very casual, the only hard question was the roommate one, which I wasn't expecting. But overall, very positive." More from this Member | Report Response

"good" More from this Member | Report Response

"so my host took me to the admissions office. just down the hall is the conference room where we waited until 1115 for the tour guides. some people had already had their interviews, some, like me, had to wait until afternoon. everyone's interview seemed similar: basically 30 minutes of conversation, just getting to know you, asking you to expand on a couple of things in your application and clarifying any questions they might have. no ethics questions. one interview. tour: pretty cool, but my tour guide was very quiet, so i wish i had learned more. it all looks nice though came back for lunch. during lunch, several med students were around eager to answer any ?s about the school, applications, whatever. they were begging for ?s all very nice. after lunch, financial planning Q&A. some people had interviews that started during the Q&A so they left to go find the offices of the interviewers. some had ints after, so they stuck around. my interviewer picked me up from the room and walked me back to her office my flight was scheduled a couple hours after the interview ended, so i took the metrolink (it is really!!! easy) to get to/from SLU from STL: from STL airport to SLU school of medicine: walk outside the baggage claim area and follow the signs to the metrolink go onto the platform and buy a ticket ($1.25). wait on the side that says " to college " wait for next train. you'll go all the way to the end of the line, Grand Boulevard station. when you get there, go up (the elevator or the couple of flights of stairs). From there, Larkin Transportation provides a free shuttle between campuses. You want to board the shuttle heading south and exit at the Medical School (if that's where you're going) there are specific directions in the info SLU sends you, on the back of the directions page. it's probably taken me longer to type this than it actually takes to travel. when you're going back home, just do the reverse the whole interview was very conversational. she started out by saying that she had no intention of making me nervous. when we mentioned names of interviewers to the med students at the lunch, the med students all nodded and smiled and had positive comments to say about the interviewers. " More from this Member | Report Response

"Liked it." More from this Member | Report Response

"It was nice to talk to all of the other interviewers there. We all compared stories and felt like we were in the same boat." More from this Member | Report Response

"St. Louis is a great place to visit and you should try to do the applicant hosting program. I had my interview in the morning before the tour, which turned out to be really nice b/c the rest of the day was stress-free; oh, my interviewer was typing during the whole interview; it was fine--I think she was taking notes, but I had trouble when she asked what I wanted her to tell the admissions committee for me. I kept envisioning her typing everything I was saying word-for-word and so I had trouble focusing, and I wasn't expecting that question." More from this Member | Report Response

Tour and Travel

Who was the tour given by?

Response # Responders
Student 229
Faculty member 11
Admissions staff 6
Other 0

How did the tourguide seem?

Response # Responders
Enthusiastic 101
Neutral 47
Discouraging 3

How do you rank the facilities?

Response Avg # Responders
6.25 158

0 = low, 10 = high

What is your in-state status?

Response # Responders
In state 11
Out of state 152

What was your total time spent traveling?

Response # Responders
0-1 hour 23
2-3 hours 39
4-6 hours 67
7+ hours 32

What was your primary mode of travel?

Response # Responders
Airplane 113
Automobile 49
Train or subway 2
Other 1

About how much did you spend on room, food, and travel?

Response # Responders
< $100 26
$101-$200 21
$201-$300 23
$301-$400 30
$401-$500 23
$501+ 17

What airport did you use?

St. Louis Lambert International Airport ?

St. Louis

Lambert international

STL-Lambert

LAX to Lambert

Lambert St. Louis International Airport

Delta

St. Louis Lambert

lambert

Lambert Intl

Lampert International

Lambert--St. Louis International Airport

Lambert International Airport

SFO

STL

Where did you stay?

Response # Responders
At school facility 0
With students at the school 52
Friends or family 24
Hotel 57
Home 1
Other 2

General Info

How do you rank this school among other schools to which you've applied?

Response Avg # Responders
6.25 171

0 = low, 10 = high

What is your ranking of this school's location?

Response Avg # Responders
5.99 168

0 = low, 10 = high

What is your ranking of this area's cultural life?

Response Avg # Responders
6.83 167

0 = low, 10 = high

How is the responsiveness of the admissions office?

Response Avg # Responders
7.52 77

0 = low, 10 = high

How is the friendliness of the admissions office?

Response Avg # Responders
8.21 77

0 = low, 10 = high

How eco-friendly are the school's application materials and interview process?

Response Avg # Responders
6.55 73

0 = low, 10 = high

What are your suggestions for the admissions office?

"Serve coffee with lunch." More from this Member | Report Response

"Don't schedule interviews during presentations and other activities. Make sure everyone can attend them in their entirety and not have to leave 5 minutes in to the financial aid presentation." More from this Member | Report Response

"Don't charge $100 for a secondary that only required 5 checkbox answers and a photo submission." More from this Member | Report Response

"everything went pretty smoothly!" More from this Member | Report Response

"They are very friendly. Haven't interacted with them too much." More from this Member | Report Response

"N/A" More from this Member | Report Response

"Nothing. Everything ran smoothly." More from this Member | Report Response

"The financial aid presentation overlapped with my interview. It would be nice if presentations and interviews were kept separate time-wise." More from this Member | Report Response

"Make the location of the interview known to students ahead of time, rather than at the check-in point (some of the interview places were very far from campus and required taxi/car)" More from this Member | Report Response

"None." More from this Member | Report Response

"The presentations on the school and curriculum were rather brief. Brevity is appreciated of course, but a bit more information would be nice." More from this Member | Report Response

"smaller tours" More from this Member | Report Response

"Inform the applicants prior to the interview date that after checking in at the admissions office, the applicant will need to walk and find the interviewer's office some where else on campus." More from this Member | Report Response

"Scripted interviews are a bummer-why not just ask me to write answers to the questions and save a flight?" More from this Member | Report Response

"offer specific feedback to rejected applicants" More from this Member | Report Response

"For regional interviews send someone who knows more about the MD program (Preferably a doctor of medicine)" More from this Member | Report Response

"- Provide morning and afternoon options when applicants select interview dates - Parking info" More from this Member | Report Response

"They were great!" More from this Member | Report Response

"More signs to the admissions office--it was hard to find, but apparently moving sometime soon." More from this Member | Report Response

"It feels isolating to sit in the waiting room designated for interviewees." More from this Member | Report Response

"Not as friendly as the ones I've encountered, but were helpful." More from this Member | Report Response

"I would have liked to talk with some M4 students." More from this Member | Report Response

"None" More from this Member | Report Response

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