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"Keep doing what you're doing. I love how you always reply to students no matter what the question is"
"Maybe have tours given by medical students or faculty. Would offer better answers to technical questions about facilities"
"Keep doing what you are doing, it works"
"None. Had a great interview experience."
"Too many to list here. Avoid this school if have any other options in the continental US."
"Online secondaries would be nice."
"Better directions on how where to park and where in the building the interviews start would have been helpful."
"Keep up the good work. This school is obviously run with integrity."
"I feel that the tour could have been better. I would have liked to tour the entire campus (nonmedical buildings). I believe that WCUCOM is unique because they have Undergrad/Grad programs, school sports, etc and they should talk about it during the interview. I also would have liked a more detailed presentation about our clinical years. WCU-COM uses a hub system, so students do not have to move a lot, but I would've liked detailed information about the hospitals (XYZ Hospital, XYZ beds, XYZ services, etc). I do not think the tour/presentation showed the school as best as it could have. (I liked the school, but the presentation could be improved)."
"It is not possible to compare the school to other schools since the buildings have not been built yet, but the faculty was very nice."
"Why do you want to be a doctor"
"Why osteopathic medicine?"
"Tell us about your leadership experiences."
"Asked about my extracurriculars"
"The usual why doctor? why DO? why WCUCOM?"
"Why do you want to be a physician?"
"Three Best qualities"
"What are three qualities every doctor should have?"
"Why medicine? Why DO? Why WCUCOM?"
"What would you do if a doctor in your practice came to work intoxicated?"
"How do you think you "fit" WCUCOM?"
"Why DO? Why William Carey?"
"In regards to OMM. "So it looks reasonable to you?""
"Tell us about a time when you were in a leadership position."
"You can be educated to be a family physician at any medical school, so why WCU-COM?"
"Why medicine? Why DO? What Qualities should a doctor have?"
"Why do you want to be a doctor?"
"Why osteopathic medicine and how did you hear about it?"
"Why a physician, what made you interested in medicine?/Why DO?/Why WCU-COM?"
"What led you to become a physician?"
"Just the basic motivation inquiries."
"All normal. Maybe the ethical one"
"Asked about my passion."
"Ethical question tailored to your preferred specialty."
"Asked about my volunteering"
"The ethical question"
"Would you be comfortable with your male classmates being shirtless and female classmates in sports bras (in a purely professional environment) for OPP/OMT classes?"
"Would you give birth control pills to a minor?"
"Are you comfortable coming to class in just athletic shorts?"
"Are you comfortable being in a sports bra and shorts around your classmates?"
"Are you comfortable being in a class wearing a sports bra and shorts?"
"During the course of your shadowing, what is the one thing you saw that you would change in healthcare?"
"How did I think that I "fit into" the mission of William Carey COM?"
"A family friend who you haven't seen in a long time time comes to you as his internist, with HIV refusing to tell his wife, what do you do? What about HIPPA?"
"If you were at a party and there was drinking going on...(ethical question)"
"What would you do if a friend gave you ADHD meds to help you study?"
"If the manager in the doctors office is a cousin and one day you find her stealing narcotics ,what will you do ? she pleads to you and says she will commit suicide ? in 2 days you will stop your clinicals and come back to william carey and will never have to work with the doctor again ?"
"How will you continue your musical interest?"
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