I just got an interview at Duke and I'd really like to do well. Does anyone have any insight about what Duke interviewers want to know/like to hear? E.g. I was told that Georgetown interviewers like to hear you talk about the 'human side' of medicine and that Dartmouth interviewers like to hear that you are well-rounded...that kind of stuff. I know Duke is research-intensive, so should I focus on my research experience and how meaningful that's been to me? Thanks a million! PS. Before anyone starts giving me a lecture on the importance of being honest in interviews and not 'faking' a persona to try to get in, don't worry, I'm not trying to 'fake' my way in...I just want to know how to best present myself as a candidate.