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"You are a medical student and overhear a resident tell the attending that they did a procedure which you know they did not perform. How do you react?"
"If you were the one who's tasked with destroying the ring (I told him I love The Lord of the Rings), who would you take with you and why?"
"What are you going to do for your FIRE project?"
"Describe a book that had a significant impact on you/your life."
"Tell me what makes you a good leader."
"How do you handle stress and other challenging situations?"
"Who is your role model?"
"What's your story?"
"A behavioral question focused on ethics"
"Ethics question - gave a scenario and asked "what would you do" rather than making you recall your own ethical dilemma"
"Given a scenario of a child who'd experienced an injury and later died at the hospital due to a mistake and then asked how I would handle the situation as 1. The Parent, 2. The Nurse Responsible and 3. The Hospital. No wrong answer, but it shows your character and train of thought (specific to my interviewer)"
"What made you apply to UCF?"
"A patient has diabetes and is not compliant with her medication. What do you say to this patient? How do you get her to become compliant?"
"Name an experience that humbled you."
"Who is the most influential person to you?"
"What do you know about the FIRE program?"
"Who is one person that inspired you MD application?"
"Strength & weakness?"
"What do you do to relax or deal with stress?"
"What do you consider your greatest accomplishment and why? What are your strengths and weaknesses? Why UCF? Ethical questions which I'll explain below in difficult questions"
"The first interviewer asked me a series of questions that were on a piece of paper and he kept filling out my answers which made it a little distracting. Questions like do you have anything bad on your record?"
"Who is one person that inspired you to go into the medical field?"
"As a physician, what would you do if a 16 year old girl walked into your office asking for birth control?"
"Ethical question: (same as previously asked) 16 yr old came to ask for birth control pill. What would you do?"
"Ethical questions. If a 16 year old girl entered your office asking about birth control, what kinds of issues would you discuss with her."
"How did you balance your time in college?"
"What do you forsee the strenghts/weaknesses being in going to a new medical school?"
"What assets and skills do you bring to a team setting?"
"What's a challenge you foresee in the U.S. healthcare system?"
"What is a movie you resonated with and why?"
"What would you do for FIRE?"
"How do you make decisions?"
"Tell me about xyz club and how you got that started?"
"What do you think you would do with the required research project should you attend our school?"
"Professional Ethical Dilemma"
"What are my weaknesses"
"Do you feel that your application this time is at all similar to an application in a previous cycle?"
"What is your strongest quality?"
"Tell me about a challenge you've faced in the work setting and how you overcame it."
"Describe your work experiences"
"You are in the elevator with two residents and 2 patients. The residents are making fun of a patient they saw earlier. How do you react?"
"Name one of your strengths as well as an area of yourself that needs polishing."
"If you overheard a resident telling an attending that they performed a procedure that you know for a fact they didn't, what would you do?"
"Tell me about your leadership experience."
"Ethical question: You're in an elevator and overhear an attending and resident discussing a patient. What do you do?"
"What is your greatest accomplishment and why?"
"Why medicine? How would you design a F.I.R.E project?"
"A lot of ethics questions- how would you handle a situation where the resident and fellow were making a joke about a patient?"
"Hypothetical Situation: You are an intern, and your resident reports to his attending that he did rounds on a patient even though you know he did not. What would you do?"
"What would you do if a patient with gangrene needed an amputation but refused it?"
"What was the biggest accomplishment?"
"What was your best experience and why? "
"What do you think UCF COM has to offer you?"
"if a 16 yr old asked you for birth control, how would you handle it"
"How do you recognize the emotions associated with stress, and what do you"
"What's your favorite book/movie and how does it pertain to your own philosophy of life?"
"If you were shadowing a doctor and they asked you to perform the physical, would you? You are a pre-med."
"What do you like about UCF?"
"Name a book or movie that had affected you as a person."
"Tell me about a book/movie you read that has impacted you and how it has shaped you into the person you are today."
"What was my "a-ha" moment when I decided that medicine is the right path for me"
"Why MD as opposed to another healthcare profession?"
"If you're in an elevator with 2 doctors making fun of a patient and other people are in the elevator, what do you do?"
"What is one of your weaknesses and one of your strengths?"
"If you received lab results back that severely conflicted with a diagnosis that you are very confident about, what would you do?"
"Ethical questions like others have listed here."
"Someone who inspired my MD applications?"
"What is your biggest regret?"
"Talk about a challenge you have faced. How did you deal with it?"
"What field of medicine would you like to go into?"
"What is your strength? Weakness?"
"If an elderly patient could not afford her medications, what would you tell her?"
"Please explain your research experience."
"What would you like to tell the admissions committee about yourself?"
"Questions about my extra-curricular activites/interests."
"3 more ethical questions..."
"What book or movie has influenced your philosophy of life?"
"see question 1"
"We are building an A team. What type of member would you be and why should we take you?"
"What would you do your FIRE project on?"
"What would you do for your FIRE project?"
"Do you have any ideas for topics for your FIRE project?"
"Describe a FIRE idea"
"More of the personal questions about your application - the interview is very conversational, but they are also required to ask you certain questions."
"Where do you see your career going? How would UCF help you get there?"
"What's the greatest challenge you've experienced in the last 5 years, how did you resolve it?"
"Biggest challenge in last 5 years?"
"One interview quizzed me about one of the classes I'm currently talking."
"How does technology affect healthcare? (very vague question- wasn't sure how to answer it)"
"The ethical questions...."
"The ethical questions"
"Who inspired you the most to go into medicine?"
"Do you have any question to me?"
"You are a doctor and you have to give bad news to a patient. Basically the patient is 70 years old and the news you give her is that she is diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. You tell her that she only has six months to live. She tells you that her grand-daughter will be born in 7 months and she begs you to keep her alive until the daughter is born. What issues would you discuss with the patient?"
"If a child came into your ER and his parents refuse a blood transfusion, what issues would you discuss?"
"What question would you have liked me to ask?"
"We're building an A team, what kind of attributes will you bring to the team"
"Specifically asked if I'd interviewed at a specific school which is higher ranked and in-state for me (I had) and it made me feel very uncomfortable. Not difficult to answer but I definitely felt like they were trying to yield protect pretty early in the interview."
"Basically asked for a situation I've been where I had to go against an authority figure/friend/etc to do what was right."
"The questions were not necessarily difficult - just thought provoking."
"One particular ethics question"
"You are a third year student rounding with a resident. The resident tells the attending that he completed an exam/test that you know he did not do. How do you handle the situation?"
"Why medicine? I got a PhD, not a MD, so why aren't you interested in research instead of getting a MD?"
"You are a medical student working with a resident who reports to the attending that a patient needs an appendectomy based on his physical exam findings. You know that the resident did not complete the physical exam, and really do not believe the patient has appendicitis. What do you say or do?"
"What question would you have liked to have been asked?"
"Describe a time when you received constructive criticism, and how did you resolve the situation?"
"Is there anything else you'd want me to know? (Wasn't really prepared for it, I think I answered it fine, but felt like I rambled a bit)."
"Someone who inspired my MD applications?"
"What idea do you have for a FIRE project?"
"Describe the role of technology in health care."
"Most diffcult questions were ethical dilemmas What do you do if you are in an elevator and a patient is there and 2 other physicians. The two physicians are badmouthing a patient. Not particularly the patient in the elevator but a patient in general. How do you react in such a situation? You are the 3rd year med student and a resident has diagnosed a patient with appendicitis butyou were just in there comforting the patient and didn't notice symptoms of such. You know the resident never actually checked on this patient. The attending has 2 min. to make a decision on the situation and asks you whether surgery is needed. The resident says yes but you know they didn't see the patient and think the answer is no. What do you do?"
"Pick a FIRE research project topic you would study if admitted, how you would go about finding the answer, and make sure it's scientific."
"What is one area about yourself that needs polishing?"
"What do you think we should have asked?"
"What would you do if you caught your roommate cheating?"
"Nothing particular - interview was very casual and conversational."
"Same as interesting..."
"All of the questions were actually not difficult. There were more ethical questions than I expected."
"As the first med school class, what programs would you like to see implemented?"
"SDN, Dr. Gray's YouTube videos, research on the UCF COM website"
"sdn, asked M1 about their interviews (DO HOMESTAY), read over my application and interview question list, plus 4 mock interviews"
"Read SDN, Mock Interviews"
"Reviewed UCF website and secondary essay questions/answers"
"I reviewed my application, read and thought about questions on SDN, and did more research on the school."
"SDN, reread apps, lots of research"
"Looking over primary, secondary, CASPER sample questions"
"I read the available information on the website. Other than that, I did not prepare. I'm someone who is comfortable talking and letting conversation flow freely."
"Read over Secondary, researched the school, met up with students for dinner the evening before"
"I went through a list of ethics and behavioral questions. I researched the school and the Lake Nona area."
"Think through the possible questions, prepare answers"
"I read through the questions posted here and wrote out answers that best reflected my own experiences"
"Reviewed my application and their website"
"Reviewed AMCAS, secondary questions, researched the program and school mission/values. Stayed with a student host the night before, and she gave valuable advice."
"Read school website"
"looked at SDN, talked to my student host, read about all of the great programs the school offers, and had an idea of what my FIRE research project might be."
"Reviewed questions on SDN, did two mock interviews at my undergrad institution, prepared some good talking points ahead of time"
"Reviewed SDN interview feedback, read my primary and secondary responses, researched the school's curriculum etc."
"Read AMCAS, Secondary, SDN Interview Feedback, read website"
"sdn, mock interviews, read primary and secondary apps"
"SDN, reviewed AMCAS & secondary"
"SDN, practiced with parents, reviewed AMCAS and secondary app"
"SDN, looking up common med interview questions, looking over application both primary and secondary."
"SDN, reading the school's website"
"Work through personal stuff....talk it out with friends and family....realistically evaluate yourself and dont be afraid to talk about your weaknesses"
"SDN, UCF COM website, career services"
"mock interview, SDN, application materials, UCF website"
" sdn, website, asked current student"
"SDN, read my application and secondary essays, mock interview with my roommate. "
"Reviewed secondary, SDN, and UCF COM website."
"Mock interview, sdn, practicing commonly asked questions, ethical questions"
"The interviewers were extremely chill. This was a virtual interview, so I was not able to see the school. There was a virtual Q&A session with current students the night before, which was very nice. According to the students, the administration is very receptive to student feedback. Many opportunities to work with underserved Hispanic communities. The admissions office was very friendly and hopped onto all of the calls to make sure that there were no technology issues."
"student culture is amazingly collaborative and so is faculty"
"Board scores, resources, students and faculty"
"How extremely accommodating this school is to its students. They focus immensely on student wellness and they have free textbooks available for rent, a food pantry, walking desks, nap pods, a vegetable garden, gym, extensive rec room, and a vast amount of study spaces on campus. All of the students were normal, positive people who were more than willing to answer all of my questions. The admissions and admin are very transparent about everything. I fell in love with UCF!"
"Admissions at UCF are more open than any other school I've been to, which is very nice. The students also all seemed very friendly, and I love their walking desks. They also gave us food, which was appreciated :)."
"EVERYTHING! I loved this school! The admins were amazing and so invested in the day, we always had a faculty member or student with us, they have a homestay program with a dinner the night before so we can meet current students and interviewees to ask questions, they provided breakfast and lunch at the interview, they gave us rides to the airport after the interview if we needed them, the interviewers actually had personality, beautiful facilities, passionate students...overall it was spectacular."
"Attention to detail by faculty and students. They really put a lot of effort into interview day and it showed."
"The family atmosphere, everyone is so caring"
"The school's vision for their students and their facilities. Student wellness initiatives were huge here. Available resources and facilities as well as overall environment were very impressive."
"UCF seemed friendly, enthusiastic, grounded, and highly innovative, I think this is quite unique! Also, they made the application process as painless as possible... no games, no ego, just transparency and sincerity."
"Everything! The students and staff were so incredibly welcoming. The College of Medicine building was beautiful. I loved the integration of tech into the curriculum, buildings, and campus."
"The positive tone of both of the interviews. They showed me that they were impressed with me, rather than drilling me and testing me"
"Very laid back and encouraging throughout the day! Everyone on faculty and the students were great and welcoming"
"They genuinely cared about our welfare"
"Where do I begin? EVERYTHING. I absolutely loved this interview and school. Faculty, staff, students were all kind, friendly and extremely open. Dean German has a very ambitious vision and it is clearly coming to life. The school and surrounding "medical city" are growing and improving rapidly. Facilities are brand new, very high-tech and beautiful. Wide variety of teaching hospitals/environments for clinical years. Lots of time with students both the night before at a pre-interview dinner, during my home stay, and on the day of the interview. One of the most impressive things about the interview day was the level of transparency from the admissions office - REL told us exactly how and when admissions decisions are made."
"Rel is great."
"Everything - the staff, the facilities, the students. They do a very good job of selling their school."
"UCF COM is amazing. Dean German and all of the admissions staff and faculty truly care about the students. Every part of the medical school was created with students as first priority. Traveling to Celebration Hospital was a great experience on interview day. Incredibly laid back and stress-free. Wonderful school."
"So I interviewed here last friday and I was blown back. It was the most well organized and thorough interview I have attended to date, and I just have to write a review. This will be deja-vu for those who interviewed but those who are wondering whether to make the trip, I highly recommend you read this before you decide. The day started really early which I came to realize was because they had many many things in store for us. After arriving from seemingly the middle of nowhere the immense and impressive buildings appeared tall and proud. The inside was equally impressive and after a small breakfast and orientation, a general overview was given, standard fare. REL and his colleagues were extremely welcoming and very funny to listen to. The interviews were afterward, and although they were very nice and relaxed it was comparable to other schools. I did like how they gave some direction to the interviewers using standardized questions (which is also great for assuring a similar interview from student to student), but allowed the interviewers ample time to ask additional questions or let the conversation take its course. After the interviews we were shuttled to nearby Celebration Hospital where we were given a thorough tour of the facility lead by REL and a concierge from the Hospital. The tour was very impressive but the amazing part was when we were allowed to watch a minimally invasive robotic prostatectomy performed using the da Vinci machine. We were able to watch the entire surgery and afterwards the surgeon came out to meet us. As if this wasn't enough, we were then taken to a room full of da Vinci Trainers as well as laproscopic surgery trainers. We were then able to actually dive in and try our hands at 3 of the modules. This was above and beyond what any school has done, and especially for someone who is considering surgery, made a fantastic impression. The overall effort and final product of the interview day made it hard to believe this was only their 5th interview season as a medical school. They made every thing go so smoothly, and promptly took care of any problems that arose. On the way, our bus' A/C broke. It is Florida so it was a bit warm, REL apologized and said they'd have a new bus for the way home. Sure enough they did, and the ride was very enjoyable. The lunch was more than just thrown together sustenance, but was actually good food, well prepared and thought out. There was ample room and time for discussion with medical students during lunch and afterwards we had a tour of the facility. We were actually shown the majority of the campus, and this was the first interview for me where our tour guides had appropriate access to the areas of interest such as the anatomy lab. Believe it or not all of my previous tours the anatomy lab was either not intended for the tour (hrmm) or our guides didn't have badge access (understandable, but bummer). During the tour the facilities were very impressive, state of the art facilities with ample projectors and TV screens in classrooms, histology labs, anatomy labs, etc. Of interest was the obvious significance the administration provided in making learning as easy or enjoyable as possible. They have treadmills specifically designed for walking and reading/studying strategically positioned overlooking the nature preserve. The library fitted with plenty of couches as well as traditional tables with ample outlets/lighting. Also it is equipped with a white noise makers in the general area, as well as a large quiet area. Near the couches are plenty of lap cushions for your laptop with cup holders. The student lounge is big and well furnished, with pool table, ping pong, video games, kitchen, tables, counter, etc. The library has very few books (which means more seating) because all the books are available 24/7 online. The school provides you with an iPad and a laptop, preloaded with all the books you'll need for your courses. This is more impressive when you notice that the tuition and fees do not see a noticeable bump to cover these amenities, compared with similar schools that do not offer such things. Speaking of which, their combined tuition and fees are currently under 27K, which is astonishing without even considering the saved money on books. One final comment on money, the cost of living here is pretty cheap. Overall, I was clearly very impressed with the campus and the program."
"The awesome new facilities, the transparency of the admissions process, and the ability to build up the program for ourselves. Interviews were done first thing in the morning, so we were pretty relaxed on the tour and during the rest of the day."
"I was interviewed by a physician that was new to the school who has been a residency director in a competitive field for 10 years. Seems like they have put together an impressive faculty. All cadavers are CT scanned before being dissected, all imaging is available one flat screens at end of dissection table. Facilities are beautiful, would be a nice environment to study in. Admissions committee is honest, up front on policy, and say it like it is. Dean German has a huge vision and it is being realized. A lot has already happened and a lot is going to happen in coming years. Good amount of prep time for step 1."
"tech and happiness of students"
"Everyone was so friendly. The dean really cares about the students."
"EVERYTHING. The facilities, curriculum, technology, staff, etc. Oh, and particularly the other interviewees--they were all people I could see myself being friends with."
"The facilities, the curriculum, the enthusiasm of students and faculty"
"Facilities, esp. gross anatomy labs. The awesomeness that is REL larkin director of admissions and his friendly attitude towards students. The interviewers who both seemed chill but were both surgeons in the community. The celebration hospital tour and witnessing of live robotic prostatic surgery."
"The admissions staff was AMAZING! The tour was AMAZING! the facilities are AMAZING! The anatomy lab is top-notch. The dean of the school came in and gave a speech to us interviewees which was very inspirational. The med students who we had lunch with were really nice and helpful. Celebration Hospital is beautiful- doesn't feel like a hospital more like a Disney hotel. The school is very open with how they base admissions decisions and keeps you updated on your status frequently unlike other schools. Once this school becomes accredited, it will definitely become the top medical school in the state. It's just the attitude the school has which is full of passion and drive."
"Everything! Amazing school, atmosphere, enthusiasm etc...."
"The staff was so nice! The curriculum and staff look like they work together to cater it to each student"
"Pretty much everything; Everyone was friendly, the school is moving very quickly with 2 new hospitals being built and the newly constructed medical school and research building. Also, playing with the da Vinci robot and the opportunity to see surgery was really cool."
"everything, especially REL & all admission office staffs. REL explained every detail of process very clearly"
"The organization of the information (especially for a first year class). The frankness of the admissions adviser who travels with you the entire day. Celebration hospital and the da vinci robot demonstration and practice. "
"EVERYTHING... How welcoming the faculty is, the technological opportunities that will be available, the beautiful (interior) design of the future COM building."
"the program and curriculum they have set up! it seems like one of the best opportunities to get early hands-on experience with dealing with patients."
"It was difficult to get a taste of the school with the virtual interview."
"Lost Advent Health and Orlando Health for rotations"
"It was all great!"
"One of my interviewers continuously brought up his child and asked questions implying I wouldn't go to UCF. He also implied that a refugee group I work with aren't really refugees because of where they come (they are legally refugees) which seemed discourteous."
"There is only one cafe in the building to get food but you can bring food or go across the street to the VA Hospital and eat at their cafeteria."
"Nothing on the school's part. It is quite humid in the area."
"Nothing really. I think the only disadvantage is that this program is relatively new. On the contrary, it seems like the staff is doing everything possible to spread the word about UCF and ensure that all students succeed."
"Can't think of a thing."
"Driving to teaching hospitals, cannot just walk there"
"There is nothing that left me with a negative impression."
"Lake Nona and the med campus are somewhat isolated from Orlando and the main UCF campus."
"Lake Nona is somewhat isolated from the rest of Orlando. I needed gas after the interview, closest gas station is 3-4 miles away. Clinical sites are in downtown, most students move to downtown for 3rd and 4th years, but I would really prefer not to have to move."
"Isolated campus - still, this leaves room to shape the school as a student, a positive."
"As with USF, it requires traveling for a lot of hospitals where you will have rotations and is not like the NE where you can do without a car. Still rather undeveloped in the surrounding areas. Thus too quiet at times. If u are a Northeastern person it may bore u the quietness of the school. But other then that nothing. The school has mostly positive vibe about it."
"It's a little bit far to travel from my home state and back."
"Since this school is new, the specific residency opportunities/ match results are uncertain, but I have no doubt the school will definitely pull through for its students."
"The size of the initial class. "
"That the actual COM building won't be completed until the inaugural class' 2nd year."
"hard to see how the med school will be since it's not fiinished being built yet..."
"There are two interviews, one with a student and one with a faculty member."
"This interview is so laid-back that I feel my conversation with my friend helps more than my mock interviews."
"Definitely go to the pizza party the night before if you can! I ended up making it and had a blast talking to an M1 the whole evening. Even had a beer."
"How much I would love this place. I was hesitant to like it after an issue with my residency status but this quickly became my top choice."
"This school is my #1 choice. It was definitely in my top 5, but I had no idea I would love it this much!"
"To relax a bit more"
"How much I would love this school!"
"The first interview was chill. The second interview as NOT chill. The second person was a devil's advocate so be prepared! I was not expecting a stress test, but I'm fairly certain that I experienced a purposeful stress test. So keep your composure, but be aware that you might be questioned and get a button pushed."
"Nothing - I felt prepared."
"UCF discourages thank-you notes of any kind, to anyone."
"Nothing, I felt pretty prepared and the day went as planned."
"My correct eyeglss script :("
"Nothing. I was very prepared."
"How much I would end up loving UCF. Dean German = badass."
"Make sure you have a change or a SunPass for the multiple tolls on the highway (if you're driving)."
"That my hotel would suck and I shoulda stayed at the slightly more expensive one."
"That I would have two doctors interview me and one would be very tough and confrontational."
"Gas stations near airport hotels they recommend price gauge....double the price of others in the area..."
"That it's humid and sticky outside in September, but not to worry because there is AC in the building."
"The new medical campus is pretty far from the UCF main campus and the affiliated hospitals."
"I actually missed my flight back home. Please book return flight at least after 6PM. (interview day is from 8AM-4PM)"
"Of the forty initial students 10 were guaranteed to out of state students."
"hope i get in"
"You will love this school. And if you don’t, withdraw your application ASAP so I can have your spot ;P"
"It totally depends (as always) on who you get as your interviewers. One of my interviewers was super nice and I enjoyed talking with her, but the other was very intense and seemed to be searching for faults."
"Loved this school, facilities, program, and the people!"
"Loved my experience and highly encourage students to apply. This school is on the rise and is going to make an impact in Florida soon enough."
"This school may not be older but I got the impression that administration, faculty, staff, and students all were extremely receptive to feedback/improvements. The environment was both collaborative & innovative."
"This is an amazing school and I feel so fortunate to have interviewed here!"
"Prepare well. Try to relax as much as possible. The interviews will be done within the first couple of hours, so the rest of the day is laid back and informative."
"It's a very new and not very well known med school, which poses a question about how competitive UCF COM graduates are in getting into residencies. With that said, they seem to have a very well thought through, developed, integrated curriculum + high step performance + high level of student satisfaction and happiness during me school"
"Amazing school. They care about you as a whole person."
"Can't say enough good things about UCF. As an OOS candidate, I am really hoping for the best here and would have a hard time saying no if offered a position!"
"Great school, Dean German is a lovely lady who could convince anyone to do anything. She has that magical power."
"I loved this school. It passed even my top choice going into this process and if I receive an acceptance it will be a very difficult decision."
"Beautiful facilities, new school with a lot of potential."
"Seems like a great school, would love to go there."
"Nice experience, good foods."
"All in all it was a great day. I really enjoyed it and the campus is wonderful."
"UCF will undoubtedly become a top tier medical school within the next few years."
"I was very impressed with the school. It was great to have the Dean to come and speak with us. Also, the office of admissions gives you advice on the medical school application process in general - very helpful!"
"Nothing. Relaxing day. organized interview. Friendly staff and faculty and students. Remain calm and non anxious and u'll do ok."
"Amazing interview experience....LOTS OF FUN left me wanting more!"
"I recommend the homestay program, it was a great, eye-opening experience and the students are very nice. They show you what it's like to be a student there. My whole experience at UCF was very impressive! I was very impressed with the direction of the school, its curriculum, staff, and facilities."
"After visiting this school, UCF became my top choice!"
"Good school, recommend to everyone in the application cycle. "
"Everyone was sooo friendly to us and excited for the COM to begin. I was very, very impressed throughout the whole day. The interviewers aren't part of the admissions committee; they are actual clinicians in the community. I heard from the students that all of their interviewers, especially my two, were very laid back and just wonderful. Definitely did not feel like an interview, more of like a conversation."
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I didn't use one but the girl I dropped off that got in used orlando international. Its pretty convenient because its like 15 min. away
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"Because virtual interviews are so novel, it may help calm interviewees' anxieties if the admissions office sent out an email with information about the new interviewing process."
"Keep doing what you do!! You have the most transparent and applicant-friendly process in the country."
"Keep doing what you're doing!"
"N/A; The admissions office is the most transparent of any I have ever interacted with. I fully appreciated this and felt more confident about UCF because of their process' transparency."
"Keep doing what you all are doing!"
"Keep up the great work - it was a fantastic interview day!"
"Nothing, Rel is fantastic"
"None - this was far and away my favorite school thus far."
"Perhaps some signs leading you to the correct building, since GPS' don't have the roads on maps yet."
"Keep up the good work!"
"No Suggestions, this admissions office is the most professional and up front in their procedures of all the schools I've applied to."
"Keep REL forever!"
"None. REL is the best."
"No suggestions -- Mr. Larkin was wonderfully kind in making the whole application process smooth for every applicant. He was such a delight to work with!"
"REL is the best person! He answered all my questions."
"Nothing really, the information offered by the department sufficiently answered most of my questions"