3 out of 10
7 out of 10
8 out of 10
At a regional location
"How would you choose whether or not to give a drug to a patient that asked for it by name, but where there wasn't a solid evidence base for its use?"
"What would you do if you found out a colleague was going on an overseas trip paid for by a pharmaceutical company whose products he or she prescribed rather than the generic?"
"Do you have what it takes to get through medical school?"
"What qualities does a physician need that can't be taught?"
"What will it be like do be a physician in 10 years?"
"sdn, reread my app, duke website"
"i didn't visit, but i liked not having to fly and spend $$ and time"
"obviously, i didn't get a chance to really get a feel for the school"
"I was happy that I chose to do the regional interview. My interviewer was an interesting person, and I very much enjoyed our conversation. He asked challenging questions, but they were thought-provoking and he was very friendly & encouraging. We spent about 2 hours together, and I felt he was able to really get a feel for me as a person in a way that might have been harder at a school-based interview. And, most importantly, I saved money and vacation time... If I get in (please please please)--I will go to the 2nd look weekend and get a better feel for the school."
9 out of 10
6 out of 10
4 out of 10
4 out of 10