3 out of 10
At the school
In a group
"expect to be asked about your essay...especially how your experiences affected your choice to enter medical field, what it taught you about medicine, etc"
"one interviewer asked lots of questions about family"
"biggest problem facing medical profession nationally"
"What do you think are some differences between practicing medicine in the military and in a normal setting? (was in context)"
"listened to Ludakris"
"pretty much everything, seems like there is a building for just about everything, lots of money, students seem close with administration/faculty, admissions people are very nice, one was contagiously enthusiastic and she even sang us a Coke cheer. most impressed by how students and faculty seemed genuinely nice. other applicants seemed like people i'd want to go to school with. two of my interviewers were associate Deans and both of them had carefully read all of our essays. lots of top specialists, you can get good hands on experience and see lots of stuff at Grady Memorial, then they have the other end of the spectrum with Emory Univ. Hospital. my student tour guide was very helpful."
"tour actually isnt very long I-85 traffic isnt bad at all if you get off it by 715AM or so"
"we went inside the neonatal ICU and saw tiny, tiny babies! group interview is NOT bad at all, at least with the interviewers I got...but I did hear stories about other interviewers. i was surprised by how casual and nice they were, when i expected a rigid, kind of elitist thing. come with questions because everyone wants to answer them. "