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"Give people directions about parking, give people more advance notice of interview date, don't send a pointless thank you card to interviewees, AMCAS fee waiver yet still charged for secondary, specifically stated snail mail communication yet used email for final decisions, some of your admission staff is kind of rude."
"We didn't get to meet with many current students or ANY M.D. only students which left a little to be desired as far as understanding what it is actually like to be a student there."
"MMI (Can't say specifics)"
"I can't tell specific questions but it was an MMI style interview."
"What motivated you to study medicine?"
"What sets you apart from other candidates?"
"Describe a time when I was faced with an ethical dilemma..."
"A woman is pregnant, estimated gestation of 24 weeks, you discuss with her what wishes she has if she was to go into labor today, she requests no life saving efforts for her unborn child, do you facilitate her wishes? "
"What are your strengths? and weaknesses?"
"Are you a leader or a follower? (this one caught me off guard a bit, I actuallly asked him which organization he was talking about....but then I answered it fine)"
"Does school come easy to you?"
"Tell me about the leadership seminars/conferences you went to and mentioned in your personal statement. (I totally recommend going over ever detail of your application before you go in, hopefully you remembered photocopying it!)"
""What type of books do you read?""
"Tell me about yourself?"
"What is your biggest accomplishment?"
"How do you expand your intelligence outside of school?"
"What obstacle did you have that affected your education and how did you overcome it?"
"What would you do to solve the healthcare crisis (lack of insured Americans) in America?"
"How do you feel about the the value of the high school education you have recieved?"
"What books have you read? Tell me about them."
"Where do you see yourself in medicine 10 years from now?"
"What is your biggest strength? Weakness?"
"Tell me about your most valuable life experience."
"What type of books do you read?"
"What kind(s) of books are you reading these days?"
"What do you like most about yourself?"
"None. But the 1st interviewer told me that he will try to push to get me in. I'm like gee thanks; I really need that."
"Describe why you chose to wear a _____ colored tie and what that says about you."
"If you were working in group of students and one was slacking off, how would you approach the student?"
"How much (or What) TV do you watch?
How do you like your stay so far?"
"The student interview was with a 6 year medical student, who forgot about the interview, and came in late. He wore shorts and a large baggy shirt. He ran thru. a list of preprinted questions. None were interesting. Topics like what books I had read, what my hobbies were etc... He seened disinterested."
"Suppose i were to give you admission into this program, and 2 years down the road, i were to tell you that you would "drop out". what would you think would be the main reason why you would drop out?"
"what was something that you learned all by yourself?"
"Have you ever learned something on your own?"
"What tv do you watch?"
"If you should want a family in the future after becoming a doctor, how are going to balance your job and your family?"
"What do you think will me most difficult thing for you as a doctor?"
"What would you do about the healthcare situation in this country?"
"What books I've read!!!"
"Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Describe the atmosphere in which you will be working and why?"
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