- Sep 1, 2019
- Medical Student
You should take a look at the Tulane interview thread on this site, it's pretty accurate. They emphasized that they wanted us to relax and that they wanted to see our personalities come out. It was really fun! Very "southern hospitality", they made us feel welcome and like they wanted us to choose them as a school. Very low stress. You'll start off with a greeting in which they talk about "why Tulane" and some icebreaker questions as a group (not evaluated). Then you have three interviews privately with some time in-between: the patient simulation, the faculty one, and the medical student one. The one with the student is done over lunch. After, you get a tour and Q & A session.For those who have interviewed already, what was interview day like (high stress, low stress, conversational, etc.)? What is your overall impression of Tulane now that you’ve been there?
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