3 out of 10
7 out of 10
At the school
In a group
"Where do you see yourself in a dozen years?"
"How would your friends describe you?"
"The individual interview was basically him pulling questions from my personal statement, so read your PS the night before!"
"None, they were all generic questions"
"Honestly, none were too difficult"
"Stayed with a student host, asked loads of questions. Read over my AMCAS and secondary applications, personal statement, and read interview feedback"
"Very organized (erica black does a great job!). Grady is a great place to learn. Small class size (112) fosters closeness and cooperation. Amazing athletic/recreation center. "
"The day was too long. They could have condensed it down a little bit. I'm a little apprehensive about their "joint" exams, but supposedly they prepare you better for the boards."
"I didn't fall victim to this, but try not to bring non-Coke products to the school. They don't have any shame in bringing up the fact that the school is supported by Coke money."
"The day is long, but very organized. The interview group is fairly small, only 18-20 or so. There are two interviews, with one being a one on one, the other a panel interview with 3 on 3. The panel interview was a little awkward for me because it was the first time I had ever experienced that. Also, it was harder to open up my personal side in front of other interviewees. You either have your interviews in the morning or afternoon, with the LONG tours comprising the other half. You are shuttled to Grady Memorial Hospital, where you have lunch. Grady is an incredible place to do your clinical training. Overall, I had a great time at Emory. By the way, the campus is absolutely beautiful and actually has that college feel."