Now that I've had a week to reflect on my impending interview at NYMC, I have a couple questions... 1.) This is a school of which I'm very fond, not my top choice, but of my limited remaining choices, definitely the top! It has been near the top the whole time. Assuming that I find my visit in sync with what I'm expecting, (i.e. the impression that I get is positive) how would it look if I present the school with a letter of intent in hand at the end of the day? I mean, they're overlooked by many applicants as a "backup," so I'm sure they'd rather accept a student that really wants to be there rather than one that "dumps" them or reluctantly attends as it's the only option. 2.) I've read many of the interview experiences on the feedback site. While many of the responses indicate a mostly laid-back approach to interviewing, there seem to be a couple high stress interviews as well. Is this what many people would also say is the case? idq1i, you mentioned that some of the opinions on the feedback page are ridiculous, how so? Are there any that are particularly not true? Any other advice or words of encouragement are, of course, more than welcome!