LMU-CVM C/O 2025
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- Jan 12, 2018
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I haven't seen a thread started for Midwestern, yet, so I thought I would get the ball rolling! Who else is applying to Midwestern?
There was no supplemental for the last cycle, but they will request addition information on their own website once you submit.Question.. Midwestern on VMCAS shows only a pre-req portion - is there a supp app to do as well? Or do they send it to you later like Wisconsin?
Congratulations! I assume they will be doing online interviews but I am not certain. It's a shame that interviewees won't be able to see the campus if this is the case.I am applying this round as well (2025). First-time applicant, in state. I just received my interview invitation but I am curious to see how and when they will be doing interviews due to covid. I am excited either way! Good luck guys!
Thank you! I noticed that! I just got the secondary email stating the interview instructions. It seems it will be online/virtual but will still take place from 7:45am-2:00pm so that will be interesting. At the moment there are no available interview dates.
Do you guys have any tips about the interview?
You don’t need to bring anything, just yourself. They’ll have some parts of your application available to them for review. At the end of the interview they usually give an opportunity to ask questions so I’d have some prepared in the back of your mind.Thank you! I am still waiting to hear from them to see how they will be doing it online and what steps I have to take to start the interview but we shall see. I have been looking over the general questions and I feel I can answer most of them but the few that I hesitate on worry me. Do you know if we are supposed to just bring ourselves to the interview or do they expect us to bring our application, resume, notes, etc?
I actually emailed them about that! They said they will be sending instructions shortly and it will be virtual or at least that's what they told me. Good luck!Hi all, I am a first time out of state applicant and I got my interview invitation yesterday morning!
I have received two emails one telling me it is online and another telling me I need to be there in person next week with hotel suggestions. Do you think they just haven't updated the auto emails for the interview instructions? I am slightly worried there is an off chance I am going to have to drive 12 hours on Monday.
In general for interviews, you should be prepared to answer questions about how you work in groups/with others, how you handle making mistakes, how you handle tough decisions/situations, why you want to be a vet, and why you want to go to the school.Does anyone have an advice when it comes to the interviews? I have mine next week on Wednesday! I am nervous and trying to review general based questions ( why do you want to be a vet, why MWU, etc)
Thanks for the response! and good luck with your interview, next week! Is that your bird in your profile pic, btw? Super cute!!!I think mine was submitted May 24, verified May 28 (Based on the email notification, I wasn't sure exactly what date), and I received an invite on July 28th. So based on that it took about 2 months for me.
I got very similar times, my actually interview is 8:00-8:30 and the student panel and admissions overview stuff is 12:30-2:30.Thank you that really helps I feel like I know the why do I want to be a vet questions, career goal questions, and why midwestern pretty well but I tend to jumble the more specific behavior questions. I am doing my best to practice and yet not memorize everything. Your advice helps and has made it just a little less nerveracking lol.
I just received some more information on the meeting but I still need to sort it out. From what it looks like the introduction is from 7:45-8:00am and I don't know if that includes the interview or not. Then we have the student panel, admissions overview, etc... from 12-2pm. Are you guys getting similar times?
Rooting for you!!! I'm sure you did fabulous!Thats awesome! You should have everything set up
That interview was a bit painful...I, unfortunately, didn't get any breaker questions and it was more straightforward with one question after the other. Know your behavior and ethical questions as well as controversial topics. Wasn't as relaxed as I would have thought lol but still fun.
Either way, I managed to answer each question with examples so hopefully, that is enough to get me through. Good luck guys, let me know how you did.
Any ideas about what interview group we were? If so do you know an estimated time that we hear back?
EEK! My VMCAS was verified yesterday! that was so quick!? (literally took 2 days!?) I received my email from Midwestern to go to the portal to create an account and that is all set, as well, but I wanted to make sure I didn't miss anything. Is it just adding your personal information to the account? The application section on the homepage of the portal says I have no missing items, so I'm assuming I am all set, now?
Also, current Midwestern students, are there a lot of scholarship opportunities as students?
Awesome!!! Good luck!! I personally didn't get any questions about news or events or even any questions about my experiences or essay questions. I would say read up on controversial topics. Ps. It was a lot of ethical scenarios