It is the end of the interview. All questions are answered, and this is the point where the interviewer chooses to simply say goodbye or chooses to offer some shred of feedback. I'm interested to hear what some people's experiences are with interviewer feedback. From my experience, it means nothing (how discouraging). Here are my experiences and those of my friends: Friend interviewed at Duke and wrote a thank you note. Interviewer actually wrote him back and told him that he got the highest interview scores possible. February arrives. Friend does not get in. Friend interviewed at Penn. Interviewer tells her at the end of the interview that she is "exactly the type of applicant that they look for at Penn." February arrives. Friend is waitlisted. I interviewed at Emory. Interviewer said, "I think you will do very well here." I actually got in. Interviewed at Wash U. Interviewer said, "Well if you get in, I hope you come here." (I know, something that is probably said to everyone) Still waiting for the verdict on that one. Friend interviewed at Pitt. Interviewer said in mid-interview, "I don't think you are taking this seriously enough!" February arrives. Friend gets in. So who knows. My opinion is that most interviewer feedback comments can only be taken with a grain of salt, but if you are like me, you have a hard time not obsessing about them anyway. Anyone have any other experiences to share?