January 17, 2013
We’ve all heard horror stories: bizarre ethical dilemmas, not clicking with your interviewer, the old “window-being-nailed-shut” story. But medical school interviews really aren’t that bad. Perhaps the most misunderstood part of the application, these brief conversations hold the key in that final step of getting you from interviewee to medical student.
Why do pre-health schools do interviews? What are they looking for?
The interview is all about your ability to communicate clearly and effectively with others. Medicine is, at its core, a humanistic practice of care for one’s community. To be a successful clinician, you will have to be able …...read more