- Mar 30, 2014
- Medical Student (Accepted)
So I had my first interview last week. I won't mention where, but it seemed as if the interviewers were trying to see if students fit their curriculum more than anything. Not a bad thing/not a good thing, but it just wasn't what I was really expecting. In general, what do interviewers generally look for when interviewing? Obviously the ability to interact and be coherent, but are they looking for someone that fits the mission? the curriculum? or in general would make a good physician/has potential to make a good physician? I always assumed the latter more than anything, but was always sort of confused after my first experience.