At the risk of being flamed or merely chastised I put forward a question about Lake Erie and interviews in general. I received an interview invitation there in October but I am unsure if I should take it or not. As it stands now this school is my last choice. Basically most of the stuff I have read about it (mainly interviewfeedback.com) indicates this school sucks eggs - although there are a few positive posts at that site. Snow, dull town, far away for me, weird curriculum, strict dress code, snotty students, no student activity stuff, friends opinion who interviewed there, etc. I know I shouldn't pass judgement on somewhere without experiencing it myself, but I am wondering if I should take the time and money to go up there. The thing is, I feel that I would be doing myself a disservice if I didn't go up there. I feel like I should go to every single interview, because this is the last time I am going through this God-awful process. I already had an interview at WVSOM and have ones scheduled for AZCOM, NOVA and an in state allopathic school (!). I have not received a flat out rejection and I expect more interviews to come (I hope!) I will have a masters from top school of public health, decent MCATS, phat recs, plus years of paramedic experience so I feel pretty good about getting in somewhere (on certain upbeat days!) How do folks feel about turning down interviews? - assuming you have not gotten in anywhere.