5 out of 10
5 out of 10
At the school
"Int#1:Tell me something you're passionate about. (later) How does this relate to medicine? (would have picked a different passion if i knew that was coming) Int#2:Tell me about a time you were misjudged. (very vague, wouldn't clarify)"
"Int#1:How would you solve the 45 million no-access to healthcare problem? Int#2:Describe yourself in 10 years. (ugh)"
"Int#2:What if you dont get in? How do you deal with stress? Favorite class and why?"
"Favorite undergraduate class and why?"
"Tell about a time you were misjudged."
"Read Interview Feedback, read SDN, etc."
"The students at baylor seemed very friendly. Moreso than some other schools. The interview day is scheduled nicely, giving plenty of time to interact w/ students and other applicants."
"Aside from the interviews themselves, everything was quite impressive. The students seem great, the curriculum is awesome, etc. However the interviews (my first) were probably the toughest I've had. Neither interviewer was abrasive or anything, but Int#1 was quite stand-offish. Difficult to tell how he was reacting to what I was saying. Int#2 was a student, and much more open/encouraging. Still posed some hard questions, however."