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Post  Admin on Mon Jan 02, 2012 9:51 pm

All I know about the medical school interviews is that the Medical Professors and Medical Students ask you questions. If any one has been through a medical school interview please reply to this post and tell us your experience and what questions your where asked.

Here are my advise on interviews in general:
1) Practice, Practice, Practice! The CDC helps with mock interviews: http://www2.binghamton.edu/career-development-center/students/undergraduate/resumes-cover-letters-interviews/preparing-for-your-interview.html
2) Have good questions to ask.
3) Remember to give the interviewer a firm handshake and a smile. Very Happy
4) Contact the interviewer within 2 days of the interview to say thank you and how much you enjoyed visiting the school.
Here is a sample Thank You email:
It was a sincere pleasure meeting with you today to discuss my candidacy at _______. Thank you for sharing your insights and your time with me. Based on my educational and career goals, I believe that I am a strong fit for ______ and hope to return to campus in the fall as a medical student. Please advise me if I can provide you with any additional information about my qualifications. I again appreciate your time and consideration in meeting with me today.

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Interview Experience

Post  Adaeze A on Sun Jan 20, 2013 4:37 pm

So a good question that I always ask interviewers is "What would you want improved/changed in this school?"
Also, I had a clue of what the questions they would ask by looking at the replies on this page: http://studentdoctor.net/schools/

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