At the risk of sounding like an idiot I thought I'd share a few of my interview blunders. I was at the UCSF interview the other day and when the interviewer asked where I lived in relation to another city I couldn't tell him. I come from a really small town and I guess I just never bothered to look at my location on a map. When he saw that I commuted home 2.5 hours every week to work, he asked me what road I took to get home, I told him I'd been doing it for so long that I just did it. I felt like such an idiot afterwards! Also, I didn't really ask any questions afterwards. It's not that I'm not interested in the school, I asked a few questions in the general information session, so why would I reask them? In addition to this I would do just about anything to go to UCSF, so what more do I need to know? How important is it to ask questions, and did I totally screw myself over here? Then at the UCSD interview I had a hard time telling them how I could handle the rigors of a tough courseload. I mean I wasn't going to tell them that I pull all-nighters a lot because I'm studying so much. I did tell them that I do a lot of time saving measures like studying while I walk or ride the bus, but maybe they thought I was lying. It is true, but perhaps it sounds a little odd ^_^' Ha, ha, well it's over. Guess I'll improve on these things next time around. . .