Hey, guys.... Our D-day is approaching. I bet most of your guys have been to a least a couple of interviews so far. I myself have been to a number of interviews. However, I just keep thinking after my interview whether I would get an acceptance letter or not. We all know that after interview, our chance is somewhere between 25% and 65% something like that. However, most people think that their interview went good or okay except only a very small number of people think it didn't go well. If most of us feel like interviews were very relaxed and they did okay, then everyone should earn similar points for their interviews, which means interview might not be something that distinguishes you from other applicants. Nowdays, schools really do not put you on a spot. (At least from my experiences, all schools pretty much asked basic questions, i.e. why you want to be a dentist? Why this school? Tell me about yourself, etc) They claim that they just want to get to know you better. Is that mean schools pretty much know whom they want before invite you for an interview?(because they know, and most applicants perform similarly on their interviews). This is my thought. Since everyone does well on the interview, I don't think that interview will get us anywhere unless you really screw it. I personally think that interviews are just a common procedure, which does not mean much. So, I am thinking that schools pretty much know whether they want you or not before they send us an invitation for an interview unless someone really shines him/herself, (which I highly doubt) the results will not change. What do you think guys? Any input is appreciated.