2 out of 10
At the school
In a group
"Who are your mentors?"
"What has been your proudest moment? What has been your most difficult moment?"
"What position should a physician hold in his/her community?"
"If you were given 100 million dollars to improve health care in the state of Oklahoma, how would you use it?"
"I'd been to several information sessions put on by the school and read up on SDN as well as the school's website"
"Awesome school...They go out of there way to provide the best education for their students. Multiple computer resources are available on the intranet that allow for self tests in gross anatomy and histology. Free membership to the local OSU-Tulsa gym, free printing (helpful), pretty sweet game room for the students. The school encompasses a family atmosphere and is proud but not arrogant about their high rankings and notoriety in reserach and telemedicine. "
"The wait during interviews is fairly long, but the group of people interviewing with me meshed well and we all ended up spending that time in the game room playing pool. "
"There are apartments right across the street from the campus, but there is no delegated, school sponsored housing. This fact was never really brought up, so I assume it wasn't a big deal to anyone, but it's something you should know to ask about."
"Outstanding interview, they just wanted to get to know me. Not even any questions about why I wanted to go DO or OSU, just quesions that gave them insight into my life. Very positive experience, now hoping for a large Fed Ex package in the next two weeks."