For anyone scheduled for a regional interview with Boston University, this post may be of interest to you. I had my interview this morning in LA at a Marriott hotel. As expected, the interview process here was very informal since it wasn't done on the BU campus. Basically, I was greeted by Catherine Frankl, director of admissions, and she proceeded to very very briefly outline the interview. Obviously, there was no tour, no lunch with students/faculty, no financial aid presentation, nada. Just the interview. The interview itself was very relaxed, just like any other. Before the interview started, I was shown a movie presentation of the school on a laptop computer. I guess this was the best substitute for a tour. Then the interview began and proceeded to last about an hour. By the way, it was a one-on-one interview. I had Dr. Kilgore as my interviewer. The other interviewer was Dr. Polins., so you may end up with either one. Dr. Kilgore was a very nice guy who liked to talk a lot. He didn't really ask me many questions pertaining to dentistry at all. In fact he allowed more opportunities for me to ask my questions. Questions that he did ask were: What do you know about BU? What are doing with your year off? How do you feel about having your study material all on a dvd? Do you plan on specializing? I think that's basically it. The rest of the time was me asking questions and him answering. I hope this will help those of you with regional interviews. Good luck!