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"Communicate more positively and clearly before the interview day, especially about the pizza social and extra events available to interview candidates. Also make it more clear that some communication has to go through Pomona and others through Lebanon, it gets confusing about who handles what."
"Email or call for acceptances, instead of snail mail."
"Perhaps hold the interviews earlier in the day to alleviate stress."
"Scheduling the panel interview late in the afternoon may make for a less than stellar performance from the candidate"
"Give students info on the pizza dinner for the Friday before the interview right when you invite them. This would make it much easier to make travel arrangements."
"Placing interviewers' names and titles on interviewee packet would be helpful."
"How many DO schools did I apply to?"
"What has been your experience with Osteopathic medicine?"
"Tell us about yourself."
"What does diversity mean to you?"
"Discuss how you have overcome struggles in your life and what lessons you have learned/strengths you have gained."
"What is diversity to you?"
"What does accountability mean to you?"
"Your biggest mistake..do you have any questions for us? is there anything you'd like us to know?"
"Questions mostly related to personal file."
"Tell us about a mistake you have made"
"Tell me about yourself."
"Name a mistake you made in the past and how did you deal with it?"
"Why Osteopathic Medicine, Why Western COMP NW.(basic medical school interview question)"
"Describe a time when you were an advocate."
"All were interesting"
"How can Western help you achieve your goals?"
"An impromptu role-playing scenario that was specific to my work experience and that pretty much re-created my deepest, darkest fear. They didn't know this, and I managed to do well, but boy did I sweat!"
"What do you think about the affordable health care act."
"What do you do for fun?"
"Where do you see Osteopathy in 10 years?"
"What would your friends say about you"
"Role play. They gave a scenario and I had to act it out with the interviewers"
"How are you prepared for the rigors of medical school?"
"The role play one"
"There is a "role play" segment of the interview: The interviewer acts as a student who does not take responsibility for group project, how would I confront them. It was a little difficult for me to refer to the Doctor who interviewed me as a student."
"The role play where I role played a student and the interviewer role played another student who was having family issues."
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