5 out of 10
At the school
In a group
"Tell me about your experience shadowing your mom to clinics in rural Florida?"
"What do you think the primary causes of renal disease are?"
"When you experienced the death of a patient, is it something that you took home with you, or did you leave it at the hospital when you left?"
"Do you think physicians have the ability to measure the human soul? (It was a question related to my statement... don't worry, probably nobody else will get this one)"
"None were really that difficult"
"Watched the news, read about recent medical advances on CNN.com, went over practice questions"
"The faculty/staff/students were so open and friendly, they did everything that they could to make sure that we relaxed and enjoyed the day."
"old lecture hall. They're building a new one, though, and I heard a rumor that it's slated for completion for next year."
"Nothing. The admissions office told me EVERYTHING, including incredibly detailed instructions on how to do the public transportation thing in Atlanta."
"I was very impressed. Campus is gorgeous, right with the undergraduate stuff so we have convenient access to all of their wonderful facilities. Everybody went very out of their way to be friendly. I met (and had lengthy conversations with) over 30 first years, so I got a complete picture of what the school was like. The group interview was odd, I expected that we would interact with the other candidates being interviewed, but it was just like a one-on-one, but with more people staring at you talk. Not bad, over all. The one-on-one was rather odd for me. I asked the doc interviewing me one question, and he took up 15 of the 20 minutes I was in there talking to me so I didn't get to say much."