Ok, here is my question. My g/f who recently got into med school, and several friends in proffesional school, all seem to say, for the interviews, tell the adcoms "What the want to hear". I understand what they mean, but my personality isn't very conductive to that, as I am quite opinionated, and truly believe that "What they want to hear" isnt always the right awnser. This is just an example of what I mean... A traditional question is "Who is the most important person in a (vet) hospital". Now, the 'correct' awnser is, "The client" with the 'patient' a close second. But, lets face it, thats not really the truth. Vets make decisions all time time not to put the client first. Many refuse to do procedures (ear cropping, tail docking, debarking (not sure the name of the surgery), PTS's...). If the client was really the most important, then the vet wouldn't have final say (as long as the clients wishes didn't violate some law/rule). The patient as most important? Come on! If that was the truth, then how could a vet turn away a patient for the lack of funds of the client? *yeah, Vets need to make money to stay in business, but im degressing. There are many such subjective questions. Will adcom's appreciate non-conformist veiws during an interview? Or our we better off towing the party line.