3 out of 10
At the school
In a group
"see interesting/difficult questions above. "
"tell me about your family"
"what is a common misconception you think people have when they meet you or get to know you?"
"why do you think some people perceive doctors as stressed out and unhappy? how will you try and prevent yourself from becoming like that?"
"see above. also, can you give me an example of a role model in your life who is a good leader? what qualities in him/her do you respect most that would be useful in a good physician?"
"read my app, read the school's website. looked over sdn."
"the buildings on campus are beautiful. grady hospital (the inner-city hospital in atlanta) would be a great place to learn hands-on clinical medicine. "
"the very traditional curriculum. the sort of run-down lecture halls and labs. "
"not to say "pop." it's all coke. :) one of my best friends is an M2 there, so i knew a lot about the school already. "
"there is one one-on-one interview and one panel interview. my panel interview was weird, like they had one question and asked each one of us. the three of us didn't really interact any. it was like a one-on-one interview in front of other people. overall, though, a pretty laid-back day. they take you on a long comprehensive tour of grady hospital, which i enjoyed. it was a good day, a good school, and atlanta seems like a good place to live. the curriculum is a little too traditional for me, though. "