Dling

10+ Year Member
Jul 30, 2008
35
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Status
Pre-Medical
Please don't take this the wrong way, I am ecstatic to receive just one interview, but am wondering if my scheduling isn't going to be my downfall. Rescheduling had to be done to receive this schedule and I am not going to push for anything different.

Just looking to see if anyone has been in a similar situation and felt that they screwed up an interview from lack of sleep. Definitely will be able to recharge as I am adding a few days to the last location for leisure but would really abuse myself if I seriously screwed an interview because of this schedule instead of just dropping out of the interview that is my last resort if nothing else pans out.

Schedule:

Day 1: 8 hour drive, hotel
Day 2: Interview, 8 hour drive, hotel
Day 3: Interview, 3 hour drive, home
Day 4: 4 hour flight, interview, hotel
Day 5,6,7: snoweshoe/backpack, fly home
 

PunkmedGirl

Freshman Member
10+ Year Member
7+ Year Member
Nov 23, 2007
6,370
3
Status
Pre-Medical
Please don't take this the wrong way, I am ecstatic to receive just one interview, but am wondering if my scheduling isn't going to be my downfall. Rescheduling had to be done to receive this schedule and I am not going to push for anything different.

Just looking to see if anyone has been in a similar situation and felt that they screwed up an interview from lack of sleep. Definitely will be able to recharge as I am adding a few days to the last location for leisure but would really abuse myself if I seriously screwed an interview because of this schedule instead of just dropping out of the interview that is my last resort if nothing else pans out.

Schedule:

Day 1: 8 hour drive, hotel
Day 2: Interview, 8 hour drive, hotel
Day 3: Interview, 3 hour drive, home
Day 4: 4 hour flight, interview, hotel
Day 5,6,7: snoweshoe/backpack, fly home

My vote would be a blessing. Your schedule doesn't seem to bad, just make sure you get enough rest before you leave for your 8hr drive. Good Luck:thumbup:
 

Dissected

All bleeding stops eventually
10+ Year Member
Jul 16, 2008
2,670
52
West Coast
Status
Attending Physician
Go for it! good luck! Prepare well for each interview before this crazy trip and you will be fine if you can get enough sleep.
 
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Cladbolg

10+ Year Member
7+ Year Member
Aug 22, 2007
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Ann Arbor, MI
Status
Pre-Medical
Schedule:

Day 1: 8 hour drive, hotel
Day 2: Interview, 8 hour drive, hotel
Day 3: Interview, 3 hour drive, home
Day 4: 4 hour flight, interview, hotel
Day 5,6,7: snoweshoe/backpack, fly home
My suggestion would be to go for it, with medical schools being so competitive, do you really want to risk losing a seat because you interviewed late?
Just prepare well ahead of time try to get as much sleep as possible. Pack a lot energy drinks for the "day 2" drive! After that it should not be too bad as you can get some rest at home and sleep on your flight.
In the end though only you know how well you can perform while sleep deprived. Good Luck!!
 

bryce

10+ Year Member
May 22, 2007
1,389
1,134
Ohio
Please don't take this the wrong way, I am ecstatic to receive just one interview, but am wondering if my scheduling isn't going to be my downfall. Rescheduling had to be done to receive this schedule and I am not going to push for anything different.

Just looking to see if anyone has been in a similar situation and felt that they screwed up an interview from lack of sleep. Definitely will be able to recharge as I am adding a few days to the last location for leisure but would really abuse myself if I seriously screwed an interview because of this schedule instead of just dropping out of the interview that is my last resort if nothing else pans out.

Schedule:

Day 1: 8 hour drive, hotel
Day 2: Interview, 8 hour drive, hotel
Day 3: Interview, 3 hour drive, home
Day 4: 4 hour flight, interview, hotel
Day 5,6,7: snoweshoe/backpack, fly home

Dude, just sit back and enjoy your ride... You'll get in [and then you can go and do whatever]... Congrats and you'll be fine!:thumbup:
 
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