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"Make the interview in person next year!"
"Bring back in-person interviews!"
"They're great. No suggestions."
"Shorten the 45 min lecture on financial aid to an overview, it is so dull that you made a movie because you were tired of talking about it and giving the lecture."
"Loved the school."
"Would have been great to tour hospital since school is fairly empty"
"Tell me about yourself"
"Tell the interviewer who has not read your file about yourself"
"Have you taken classes that were flipped classroom style before and did you like them?"
"Tell the interviewer with the closed file about yourself and your path to medicine."
"What is the most impactful community service activity"
"What is your most meaningful community service activity?"
"Give me an elevator pitch summary of yourself (one of the interviewers doesn't have any information on you)."
"Can you tell me about your research?"
"What are some differences between healthcare practice in the US versus _________ (country where I did some international shadowing)?"
"Tell me a story from your volunteer experiences."
"How do you deal with stress?"
"What can you give to our school"
"Why a doctor and not a nurse?"
"Tell us about yourself..."
"What drew you to apply to Cooper?"
"How do you match Cooper's mission?"
"Tell me a joke I could tell my 6yo"
"What situations have you been in that have tested your leadership skills?"
"Describe an ethical dilemma that you've faced."
"Tell me about a problem you faced recently"
"A lot of the questions were just me elaborating on my personal story"
"Tell us about a time you made a mistake and how you learned from it."
"What is your favorite art museum in NYC (I mentioned that I paint)"
"I was a professional musician for a few years and was asked what instrument I played mostly and what model I currently have."
"Nothing really interesting"
"How would you adjust to living in the Camden community?"
"International Healthcare Question"
"How would you go from a competitive environment (I was a collegiate athlete) to a collaborative one like medicine?"
"What did you learn from 'x' experience?"
"What was your proudest moment/greatest achievement with X club/activity?"
"Since you are a career changer, why should we assume that you won't want to change careers again a few years down the road?"
"What happened between your undergrad and graduate work? (I had a drastic GPA discrepancy)"
"How could you see yourself getting involved here in the Camden community as a student at CMSRU?"
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