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How you think you did?
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"Please don't change, you guys are the best."
"get more POC!"
"Keep doing what you are doing"
"Very pleasant and enthusiastic"
"None, you are wonderful!"
"Let me in"
"Keep up the great work, it was a wonderful interview day!"
"None, you guys are great!"
"Nothing - everyone was very kind and helpful on interview day!"
"none, you are all doing excellently!"
"keep it up"
"Please include more curriculum information on the website."
"Doing a great job! They are very accommodating!"
"It was a relaxed, natural conversational style type of interview. I never felt like I was being hammered with questions."
"Why are you interested in Netter?"
""Tell me about ____________ activity""
"Why do you want to be an MD instead of a PA/NP?"
"What do you want to be an MD over another role in the medical profession (such as nursing, PA, PT etc.)"
"Tell me about [activity]."
"About specific activities"
"Why Quinnipiac and what is your biggest concern about going to such a new school?"
"Talk about X activity from AMCAS app"
"Name one recent discovery within science that has majorly impacted human health."
"Tell me about [specific activity listed on my application]."
"What do you think about malpractice insurance?"
"What do you like most about your undergraduate school?"
"Why I chose my undergrad"
""Tell me about your research""
"Explain your research and your specific role in it."
"Tell me about your research"
"Expand on my research"
"conversational, about my application"
"Tell me about X activity from AMCAS (research/shadowing/etc)"
"File-specifics on activities, undergrad, etc."
"What was an experience that you had that confirmed you're on the right path?"
"What would you need to be successful in medical school?"
""What do you do in your free time?""
"What is one thing about you that is not on your AMCAS app or secondary?"
"10 years from now where do you see yourself?"
"What sort of medicine do you see yourself practicing?"
"Where do you see yourself in 10 years? 30 years?"
"As a medical student, you walk into a patient's room to do a history & physical. The patient is pregnant and you smell cigarette smoke. How would you handle the situation?"
"Where do you see yourself in 10 years (not including anything about your medical career)?"
"How to prioritize work-life balance."
"Some specific ethical questions."
""If a convicted child offender were to come in for treatment, what would you do?"
"What does "underserved" mean to you?"
"What is one mistake that you have made?"
"What is one significant medical innovation that has occurred in the past five years?"
"Do you know the origin of the word triage?"
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