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"Keep doing what you're doing!"
"N/A; The admissions office is the most transparent of any I have ever interacted with. I fully appreciated this and felt more confident about UCF because of their process' transparency."
"Keep doing what you all are doing!"
"Keep up the great work - it was a fantastic interview day!"
"Nothing, Rel is fantastic"
"None - this was far and away my favorite school thus far."
"Perhaps some signs leading you to the correct building, since GPS' don't have the roads on maps yet."
"Keep up the good work!"
"No Suggestions, this admissions office is the most professional and up front in their procedures of all the schools I've applied to."
"Keep REL forever!"
"None. REL is the best."
"No suggestions -- Mr. Larkin was wonderfully kind in making the whole application process smooth for every applicant. He was such a delight to work with!"
"REL is the best person! He answered all my questions."
"Nothing really, the information offered by the department sufficiently answered most of my questions"
"Tell me what makes you a good leader."
"How do you handle stress and other challenging situations?"
"Who is your role model?"
"What's your story?"
"A behavioral question focused on ethics"
"Ethics question - gave a scenario and asked "what would you do" rather than making you recall your own ethical dilemma"
"Given a scenario of a child who'd experienced an injury and later died at the hospital due to a mistake and then asked how I would handle the situation as 1. The Parent, 2. The Nurse Responsible and 3. The Hospital. No wrong answer, but it shows your character and train of thought (specific to my interviewer)"
"What made you apply to UCF?"
"A patient has diabetes and is not compliant with her medication. What do you say to this patient? How do you get her to become compliant?"
"Name an experience that humbled you."
"Who is the most influential person to you?"
"What do you know about the FIRE program?"
"Who is one person that inspired you MD application?"
"Strength & weakness?"
"What do you do to relax or deal with stress?"
"What do you consider your greatest accomplishment and why?
What are your strengths and weaknesses?
Ethical questions which I'll explain below in difficult questions"
"The first interviewer asked me a series of questions that were on a piece of paper and he kept filling out my answers which made it a little distracting. Questions like do you have anything bad on your record?"
"Who is one person that inspired you to go into the medical field?"
"As a physician, what would you do if a 16 year old girl walked into your office asking for birth control?"
"Ethical question: (same as previously asked) 16 yr old came to ask for birth control pill. What would you do?"
"Ethical questions. If a 16 year old girl entered your office asking about birth control, what kinds of issues would you discuss with her."
"How did you balance your time in college?"
"What do you forsee the strenghts/weaknesses being in going to a new medical school?"
"What would you do for your FIRE project?"
"Do you have any ideas for topics for your FIRE project?"
"Describe a FIRE idea"
"More of the personal questions about your application - the interview is very conversational, but they are also required to ask you certain questions."
"Where do you see your career going? How would UCF help you get there?"
"What's the greatest challenge you've experienced in the last 5 years, how did you resolve it?"
"Biggest challenge in last 5 years?"
"One interview quizzed me about one of the classes I'm currently talking."
"How does technology affect healthcare? (very vague question- wasn't sure how to answer it)"
"The ethical questions...."
"The ethical questions"
"Who inspired you the most to go into medicine?"
"Do you have any question to me?"
"You are a doctor and you have to give bad news to a patient. Basically the patient is 70 years old and the news you give her is that she is diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. You tell her that she only has six months to live. She tells you that her grand-daughter will be born in 7 months and she begs you to keep her alive until the daughter is born. What issues would you discuss with the patient?"
"If a child came into your ER and his parents refuse a blood transfusion, what issues would you discuss?"
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