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  • University of Connecticut School of Medicine
  • Allopathic Medical School
  • Farmington
Overall Experience

How did the interview impress you?


What was the stress level of the interview?

3 out of 10

How you think you did?

7 out of 10

How do you rank this school among ALL other schools?

7 out of 10


How long was the interview?

35 minutes

Where did the interview take place?

At the school

How many people interviewed you?


What was the style of the interview?


What type of interview was it?

Open file

What is one of the specific questions they asked you (question 1)?

"What have you liked about your stay here so far?" Report Response

What is one of the specific questions they asked you (question 2)?

"What research experience do you have?" Report Response

What is one of the specific questions they asked you (question 3)?

"Why medicine? (I think they ALL asked me this but in a different way each time so you better know the answer to this or you won't have fun)" Report Response

What was the most interesting question?

"Why do you not consider math a science?" Report Response

What was the most difficult question?

"Nothing really, just one interviewer liked the very general questions like ''describe how certain events in your life shaped you as a person''" Report Response

How did you prepare for the interview?

"AMCAS application, supplementary essays, school website" Report Response

What impressed you positively?

"The students were very receptive, everyone was incredibly friendly, I really liked the emphasis on clinical training from the beginning of the first year, they are revamping their facilities as well" Report Response

What impressed you negatively?

"No gym, it's in the middle of no where" Report Response

What did you wish you had known ahead of time?

"Nothing, just be prepared at the very beginning of the day to talk about a medical case. It's nothing difficult, it's very intuitive and very basic, they just want to see how u interact in a group setting." Report Response

What are your general comments?

"Went into the office and waited, some lady came to get us and bring us to a converence room where we met with Dr. Sanford. He gave us an overview of the school, then gave us a case study and had us discuss what was wrong with the patient step by step and our hypotheses on what could be wrong (not bad at ALL don't worry). Then we waited for our interviewers to pick us up and you went to each one at a time (two faculty and one student interviewer). Then there were two medical students that picked us up and took us to lunch and on a tour of the facilities. They had no bearing whatsoever on the selection process so def ask them lots of questions if you have them. Then we met with the Dean of Students and he also wanted to get our input, feedback and questions because he also didn't have a say in the selection process. Then you're free to go....9:30am-3pm, it def goes the whole day. But it was not stressful, it was my first interview and im glad it was because it put me at ease and made me feel confident in myself." Report Response

Tour and Travel

Who was the tour given by?


How did the tourguide seem?


How do you rank the facilities?

7 out of 10

What is your in-state status?

In state

What was your total time spent traveling?

0-1 hour

What was your primary mode of travel?


General Info

On what date did the interview take place?


How do you rank this school among other schools to which you've applied?

7 out of 10

What is your ranking of this school's location?

5 out of 10

What is your ranking of this area's cultural life?

5 out of 10

How is the responsiveness of the admissions office?

9 out of 10

How is the friendliness of the admissions office?

10 out of 10

How eco-friendly are the school's application materials and interview process?

9 out of 10

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