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"Make the interviews earlier in the day. Break up some of the lectures/overviews of the school"
"Maybe the OU tour should be earlier. We were all exhausted by the end of the day!"
"None. They were all great."
"None. Outstanding job!"
"Loved my experience."
"No other suggestions! Great job on interview day!"
"I very much enjoyed Dr. Folberg's address to the applicants, the breakfast, and photographer :)"
"Keep doing what you're doing!"
"Keep Ms. Grabowski as long as possible, She is extremely nice and awesome"
"Wonderful day! really made us feel at ease and welcome"
"Shorten the interview day."
"Keep doing what you're doing."
"Keep doing what you're doing. It's awesome!"
"What are you most excited about in a career in medicine, and something you anticipate struggling with?"
"What question do you have for me?"
"Tell me about a time you made a mistake"
"What is the biggest problem facing our healthcare system?"
"Asked about my activities from application."
"What makes you uniquely qualified for OUWB?"
"What experiences led you to want to become a physician? Why should we accept you over other applicants?"
"How do you have time for anything besides community service?"
"Tell me a little about yourself."
"If you couldn't be a physician what career would you pursue?"
"Kept questions to the usual ones and questions specific to my application"
"What part about medicine most attracted you to the field?"
"So what about _____ experience made it special?"
"Describe a time when you worked on a team."
"How did activity X (From my app) affect you?"
"What can you bring to OUWB?"
"If you had 3 days to do whatever you wanted what would you do?"
"When were you most stressed about something in your life and how did you overcome it?"
"What do you like to do for fun?"
"What are some of your strengths?"
"Tell me about your experience abroad? (AMCAS questions)"
"Tell me about yourself."
"Tell me about (specific AMCAS activity)..."
"Discuss a time when you taught something to someone."
"If you couldn't be a doctor, what would you be and why?"
"What brought you to this point?"
"Tell me about [AMCAS Activity]."
"I wrote about not using a cookie-cutter approach in my teaching experiences, and they asked where I learned that."
"What is something your mother would change about you?"
"Interviewer asked me to "break the news" to a patient"
"What suggestions do you have for improving health programs for inner city populations?"
"What three books would you bring to an island?"
"What do you think will be most rewarding/challenging about being a physician?"
"If you could do anything except practice medicine, what would you do?"
"After you leave the room, I am going to type up a recommendation to the committee. What should I absolutely include about you?"
"How have your experienced helped you understand the state of healthcare today?"
"What TV shows do you watch?"
"If you were stranded on a desert island, what three books would you bring with you?"
"What was my view of the US healthcare system and what I thought about if it was the right thing to do."
"How would you deal with an angry patient?"
"What made you want to learn the ukulele? :)"
"Who has influenced your most during your path to medical school?"
"Are doctors role models? (the interview was very conversational, and this question developed within the conversational context)"
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