You should look into wvu who's app just opened and isn't due until May. This Tuesday, I received an email that the applications committee was reviewing my application and that I should hear in 1-4 weeks and I received the interview invitation yesterday (Friday). Is there a lot of technical questions or more generic interview?There is no knowing what schools look for in an applicant, some favor experience, some grades, some gre etc. So once they actually get to your application, it seems to go quickly. I have applied for this year at Rosalind Franklin and I was offered an interview today for 3/1. Also, does anyone know the odds of being accepted if you're offered an interview?
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Could someone let me know what I should wear, what questions should I expect and they said the interview is 1.5 hours, Do they ever run over? Could someone let me know what I should wear, what questions should I expect and they said the interview is 1.5 hours, Do they ever run over? Rosalind Franklin's interview was basically like "speed interviewing". I agree that RF was much more formal than Drexel, but only 1 of my interviewers really stuck to a specific set of questions, the rest were more fluid/conversational.
I've read a few comments that it is informal, but I didn't think so. It was also my first interview so I felt much more nervous than I did going into Drexel's and it was in the middle of finals- so there was that added stress too. She told me before march first, but that was back in January.
Actually, I couldn't find anything about acceptance rates.
Do you all know approximately how many applications the programs receive each year?
I sent all of my documentation to: Office of Professional Studies in the Health Sciences Admissions Drexel University College of Medicine Mail Stop 344, Room 4104 NCB 245 North 15th Street Philadelphia, PA 19102 Everything I sent was received so you should be safe sending documentation to this address (same as the one in the application). I heard last year's interview was like speed dating where you went from person to person and answered their questions.... I plan on it, but I'm afraid my application will be in too late! I heard last year's interview was like speed dating where you went from person to person and answered their questions.... I plan on it, but I'm afraid my application will be in too late! I believe as long as you get it in before the deadline you will be reviewed for admissions, it just gets more competitive. It was much less nerve wracking than I thought it would be, but all the faculty/staff/students were so inviting and it felt more like conversations than interviews in my opinion.
As for the format of the interviews, maybe AF07 can shed some light. The only thing is due to it being later in the application cycle, I'm sure it is more competitive since spots are filling up.the interviews may or may not be individual.Just hustle to get as much exposure and prepare for the next cycle! I spoke with QU and they are still open for summer 2017. As far as the interview goes it was pretty generic. I'm a bit late to the game for this year's application cycle, but I'm still hoping. I have applied for this year at Rosalind Franklin and I was offered an interview today for 3/1. Also, does anyone know the odds of being accepted if you're offered an interview?They've accepted only two candidates so far but still have 22 seats open? They just want to know more about you and what you know about the profession. I have 5 years experience working in the clinical lab (microbiology and pathology) with significant grossing and autopsy experience.I think they are more concerned with fit than anything else. One of the pathologists' assistant in my department wrote me a recommendation.however, my gpa is just below 3.0 so hopefully I am still a strong candidate. Hi jens85..welcome to the forum and congrats on the interview!! I had an interview in October for RF and it was all individual interviews!!