The interviewer asked if I had any reservations about going to med school. I explained that I was concerned about the effect med school would have on my fiance. He didn't say much (he never did say much to anything), so I followed up his question with "do you have any advice about balancing medical education and and personal obligations?"...1again, he was pretty silent. I asked if he was married, and he simply said "no". So I tried to move on to another topic. The interview ended a few minutes later with him saying something about how he had to now write a little letter to the adcom that basically had no affect whatsoever, and he told me that he had no clue what my chances of admission were. I can understand prohibiting interviewers from specifically asking about significant others, but it seems awfully shallow to prohibit discussing personal matters that can be extremely important to one's happiness during his/her medical education. Any thoughts?