SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) I interviewed at VCU (my top choice) yesterday (September 27th 2011). I am a post-bach. candidate with: Undergrad GPA/SCI GPA/OVERALL GPA 3.32/3.92/3.52. DAT AA/TS/PAT 20/20/18 w/ 150 hours of volunteering/shadowing. This was my first interview. I don't think I did badly, but I was nervous so I'm looking back at everything and scrutinizing all my responses, etc. I've heard that if you interview there this early on, you have a pretty good shot of being accepted. I have some very good letters, I'm proud of my stats, and even though I didn't do bad in my interview, I think I could have done better. Should I be agonizing over this? The first interviewer I had was quiet, but nice. He didn't look at me too often, more or less just looked at my file. Sort of made me feel like I didn't interest him. The second interviewer was more engaging, but I felt like he grilled me pretty hard and tried to make me slip up - I didn't feel like I did slip up, but it kept me really nervous and made it hard to open up. There were a lot of things I wanted to mention but I didn't have the chance to, or forgot to in my nervous state. Does it sound like I blew it or do I still have a good shot at being accepted? Thoughts? Can anyone offer any words of wisdom here?