10 out of 10
At the school
"You're in a canoe with your husband and child and the canoe tips over and you can only save one person. Who do you save? Followed up with "So what about your husband?""
"What percentage of people slip through the cracks? This was a broad question and I gave a broad answer-not good enough. They wanted percentages and then be ready to explain why you chose that."
"What first interested you in Osteopathic medicine?"
"What do you think is wrong with healthcare today? Then followed up with-How are you going to fix it?"
"Read SDN feedback, looked over my file and personal statement, and looked at the school's website"
"The school has a good reputation and the student's there seemed genuinely happy."
"The interview and the fact that they kept reiterating that students could live in a single roomed cinder-block style apartment with psych. pts. for $25 a month all bills paid. Good deal I guess but seems creepy."
"From what I had read from other students who had interviewed I thought the interview would go fairly smoothly-wrong! "
"I felt like my interviewers were playing good cop bad cop. Every answer I gave was wrong or not good enough and at one point the interviewer slammed their hand on the desk and said "How are you going to fix it(healthcare)?!" I guess they were trying to make me flustered but, the interviewer came off looking like a jerk. Everytime I was asked a question the interviewer looked at the clock or stared at their phone. So not only were my answers all wrong but apparently boring as well. The other interviewer came to my defense a couple times which then turned the question into more of a discussion between all of us. But as soon as I thought everything was better I'd get slammed again. Maybe because I was interviewing towards the end of the process and they were really trying to weed people out. But it was very stressful just be ready to defend every answer."