Are there people out there that actually had to ask for the match list? Every school I've been to the match list was always provided in the interview folder that was given out in the beginning of the day.BassDominator said:Ask to see the match list.
LOL, sounds like Mike's threadelias514 said:How are the med students protected from scut work on the wards?
What are 3 weaknesses and 3 strengths of this program?
Comment on the mentoring relationships between students and faculty. Are excellent mentors easy to come by here? If so, how are mentoring relationships established?
What assistance does the school provide in career development (e.g., choosing a medical specialty)?
How much hands-on experience do medical students get, especially in "bread and butter" procedures, such as placing IV's, suturing, etc.?
How would you characterize the relationships between students here--predominantly competitive or cooperative?
I'm guessing your school randomly assigned you to a site you didnt want?oldman said:I've been thinking of things that I would have liked to ask:
"How are your clinical year rotations assigned. Is it a lottery system?"
PepperdineP-MED said:Ask them what they know about your undergraduate institution. I've learned from students who applied last cycle that not many interviewers knew anything about Pepperdine. It gives you the opportunity to describe your university in whatever way YOU like.
nope, we have a lottery thing.exmike said:I'm guessing your school randomly assigned you to a site you didnt want?
btw, it's nice to see another hopkins alum head off to med school though it seems the hopkins alum who doesn't get into med school (if he/she really wants to go) is a rare thing.exmike said:I'm guessing your school randomly assigned you to a site you didnt want?