So I am wondering how detailed the interview questions will be. For me, I have a a couple different research experiences, a few volunteer experiences, many personal life experiences, and a few jobs / teaching jobs. How much in detail will the interviewers delve into all these subjects? Should I expect main topic to involve why doctor and why this particular school? Or will they mainly focus on the personal statement? Will they leave it somewhat open in the questions? Such as "Please elaborate on one of your volunteer experiences..." If they wanted to know about every single one I did, it would take too long to explain it and I would probably bore them, as well as myself, to death. Interview feedback is good b/c it gives us "interesting questions", but having never really interviewed for very many things before...so how many questions will the people be asking us? 10? 20? 30? Will they just go down our personal statement and lists of activities and ask us about EVERY single one of them? Or will they try to look at more "unique" activities and ask us about those... Can any of the people who have gone through the process already or people like baylor21 who have already done one either private message me or post on this. Thanks!