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  • Ross University School of Medicine (Dominica, Caribbean)
  • Allopathic Medical School
  • Iselin
Overall Experience

How did the interview impress you?

No change

What was the stress level of the interview?

2 out of 10

How you think you did?

9 out of 10

How do you rank this school among ALL other schools?

7 out of 10


How long was the interview?

35 minutes

Where did the interview take place?

At a regional location

How many people interviewed you?


What was the style of the interview?


What type of interview was it?

Open file

What is one of the specific questions they asked you (question 1)?

"Are you adaptable? (cite examples)" Report Response

What is one of the specific questions they asked you (question 2)?

"If you could change one thing about medicine, what would it be?" Report Response

What is one of the specific questions they asked you (question 3)?

"Describe the most stressful situation you've ever ecountered in your life and how you handled it." Report Response

What was the most interesting question?

"Honestly, this is about as basic an interview as you're going to get. The interviewer literally had a prepared sheet of set questions that she just rattled off. No real curve balls here. The only questions that really couldn't be answered off your file and required a bit of thinking I listed in the "3 questions" section." Report Response

How did you prepare for the interview?

"Read school website and researched the island itself. " Report Response

What impressed you positively?

"The depth of knowledge of the admissions staffer who conducted my interview. Her husband is a Ross grad, and she even lived with him on the island while he was going through school. She's been affiliated with Ross since...11 plus years. Not to mention, she was incredibly laid back, casual, and welcoming. Also, there really were no "sales tactics" either...although there was a push to get people who applied for the September class (like myself) to switch to May instead." Report Response

What impressed you negatively?

"I don't think Ross gives itself enough credit, occaisionally referring to itself as a second chance school for some of it students. Now, that may be the case at times or the general public's perception, but why play into the stigma? It has a tendency to scare off someone like myself, who is still in the running at several U.S. schools and instead looking at Ross for the unique challenges and culture it offers. They should've pushed more the truly one-ofa-kind learning the can give you that you can't get in the states. Also, I don't like the fact they have a HUGE entering class of 300 plus in September. " Report Response

What are your general comments?

"Again, very basic here. I got there quite early, and sat out in the lobby. Since the candidate before me was watching a movie on the school, the interviewer sat out in the lobby with me and made casual conversation. This only made things that much easier and laid back. The candidate after also showed up during this time and we then went in and watched the movie together after the first candidate left. We then asked any questions we had after the movie, the other candidate was excused, and we jumped right into my personal interview. Just a very pleasant experience, from start to finish." Report Response

Tour and Travel

Who was the tour given by?

Admissions staff

How did the tourguide seem?


How do you rank the facilities?

7 out of 10

What is your in-state status?

Out of state

What was your total time spent traveling?

2-3 hours

What was your primary mode of travel?


General Info

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How do you rank this school among other schools to which you've applied?

7 out of 10

What is your ranking of this school's location?

7 out of 10

What is your ranking of this area's cultural life?

9 out of 10

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