I've seen so many questions about Loma Linda that I thought I would briefly describe my interview experience there. I hate to say this, but I do believe that Loma Linda may live up to the image I have seen ascribed to it on this board. I am not an SDA, and they definitely made me aware of that. (I assume I was granted an early interview only because of my MCAT score). First of all, I was not given a tour of the campus. I don't know if this just happened to be one of those days, but I did read about a similar non-SDA experience at interviewfeedback.com. Similarly, I was not given the opportunity to meet with any students. Second, while SDAs got a special leather bound folder to hold their interview materials, I got a paper version. Third, during my interview they were very concerned with the fact that I did not seem to be interested in evangelism. In fact, I was not asked a single question about health care, my research, or my volunteer work; rather, my interviewer, a pscyhologist, repeatedly reminded me that the school wished to train Christians who would go out and "preach the word."