I've heard that a lot of interviewers make their decision about you within the first 2 minutes of your interview. I've also heard that the schools know whether or not they want you prior to the actual interview and that the interview is only there to weed out the weirdos. Yet another thing I've heard is that the interview is an important factor in one's application. Okay, so I've heard a bunch of varying rumors and opinions. What do you folks think? Does this differ by school? Does this differ by interviewer? Does this differ by the relative strength of your app? For those of you who have gotten both favorable results (acceptances) and undesirable results (waitlists/rejections), were you able to tell whether or not you were going to get that result based on how well your interview went?