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last minute advice

Discussion in 'Medical Students - DO' started by akerstet2002, Jul 25, 2001.

  1. akerstet2002

    akerstet2002 Member

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    Hi. I have an interview tomorrow morning. I was wondering if there is any last minute advice. Anyone with suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks. :eek:
     
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    Where are you interviewing at? Do you know their format (what type of interview)? One-on-one, committee, etc..? One general key is to stay relaxed and calm. They have to know you can handle pressure well.
     
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    Congratulations and good luck on your interview....
     
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    I am interviewing at OU-COM. It is a one-on-one interview. Any suggestions?
     
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    I think the best thing you can do for yourself is to know your AMCAS file inside and out. Most of the interviewers that I had asked me questions about stuff in my file. If it was a blind interview, they usually would ask me to tell them about myself. Remember this is your chance to convince them that they want you. Stay calm and try to relax. Another thing that you might want to do is come up with a list of questions. When I was doing the interview process, I would make a list the night before my interview based off of info from the school's website or the AAMC's book. At most schools there were usually a couple of events scheduled before the interview, so during that time I would make up some more questions. This worked for me, especially in the interviews where I was expected to carry the conversation. Good Luck!
     

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