| Report Response, "Everyone (faculty, students, my interviewer) was pleasant." And the match list, which was fairly impressive." | Report Response, "illegitimate version of the letter grading system (Honor Pass, High Pass...)" More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "What I thought a ''billiken'' was." | Report Response, "They do intense anatomy, it is only 10 weeks." | Report Response, "My student host was awesome! | Report Response, "What are you doing in your year off?" | Report Response, "My interviewers (Dean of Admissions) seemed to be interested in my interests in medical devices, which I enjoyed talking about." | Report Response, "The honesty of the students and administration. Overall, I was really impressed by the curriculum, and the facilities. Haven't seen that at the other schools I visited, but the students seem to like it." | Report Response, "Nothing, this was my 4th interview." More from this Member I could've stayed in a hotel closer to the school for cheaper!!!" I had a good feeling from the interviewer who seemed genuinely interested in what i had to say. | Report Response, "relaxed in a hot tub" More from this Member | Report Response, "This school attracts a lot of Mormons...kinda interesting." More from this Member The other students who were interviewing were also very friendly. | Report Response, "Nothing specifically for this one. Also, the students seemed to be relaxed and welcoming." | Report Response, "This website, looking over Amcas, mock interviews" More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member I was fortunate to have my interview before, but there were people who showed up around 10:30 for the tour and lunch then interviewed later in the afternoon around 2-3." " More from this Member Open each present to find a special treat to enjoy in the days leading up to December 25 and scroll to find other ways to celebrate the season with SLU. | Report Response, "How does your morality fit in with our Jesuit teaching style?" More from this Member More from this Member 5.) More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Overall, a great school, but students are a bit apathetic" More from this Member | Report Response, "nothing too interesting. | Report Response, "SDN interview feedback and tried to relax" | Report Response, "the area isnt as bad as other people on sdn make it out to be... but it's not the greatest either. | Report Response, "how nice the students were, very willing to honestly answer all questions (one of the tour guides had scored the nations highest USMLE score), the new research building which will be completed and opened in August of 07" | Report Response, "My tour was led by a disgruntled MSIV who ripped on the school the whole time. It was a little long and we didn't see the hospitals even though they are connected to the school. More from this Member Forums Articles Interviews. | Report Response, "Friendliness of interviewer, faculty members and students." More from this Member | Report Response, "None! More from this Member | Report Response, "SDN Interview Feedback" The fact that students are laid back, and the numerous community service options in the area. | Report Response, "What would your friends say are your weaknesses?" | Report Response, "SDN, AMCAS application." They were helpful in answering questions. But, I didn't like that she shot down the main reasons and experiences. " | Report Response, "There was a lot of lag time between activities." | Report Response, "Have you ever seen a doctor being unethical?" | Report Response, "What was your biggest challenge?" The lunch with M2s was shortened, because our tour guides got us there late. But since I got accepted, maybe it is not something to be worried about. " | Report Response, "What are some of the biggest challenges you've faced in your life?" I interviewed at around 10 AM and got to the school at about 9 AM. Consistently ranked a top medical school for research, Washington University School of Medicine is also a catalyst in the St. Louis biotech and startup scene. More from this Member | Report Response, "What do you think will be the hardest part in adjusting to medical school?" More from this Member | Report Response, "If you didn't get into medical school this year and had to reapply what would you do with your year off?" | Report Response, "SDN, reading about the school" | Report Response, "Facilities are a little old and they don't do abortions at St. Mary's :/" More from this Member | Report Response, "See above (switch the word "interesting" to "difficult")." More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member etc." | Report Response, "Everyone at the school is so nice, very noncompetitive environment." More from this Member Facilities were pretty delapidated as well." | Report Response, "The interviewing day was very relaxing, just a good time for us as prospective students to learn about the school and for the school to learn a little bit about us. More from this Member He didnt care to drill me or test me on random knowledge" More from this Member More from this Member A fourth year student led us around and was very helpful and honest. | Report Response, "Great city, friendly students, nice campus, affordable living." | Report Response, "Stress free day. | Report Response, "Tell me about a challenge you have faced in your life and how you overcame it." More from this Member | Report Response, "The interview itself wasn't bad at all...just a few provocative questions. | Report Response, "the day is relatively short compared to other places" | Report Response, "SLU website, Read over AMCAS PS, SDN interview feedback" I stayed with two second year students (through a interview stay program arranged through the second year class) and that helped me see what life was like for them better. | Report Response, "The first thing on my itinerary was the tour. More from this Member Why SLU?" on my primary application." It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 7,217, its setting is urban, and the campus size is 282 acres. | Report Response, "Where else have you interviewed? i met the interviewer at her hotel room. I also do not like the 1 interview method, I think you need at least 2 interviewers to give a reliable assessment of a candidate." St. Louis is not the greatest area to live in." | Report Response, "The P / F grading system made the learning environment much more collaborative than competitive. Come to think of it, all the students I met were really great. | Report Response, "The school doesn't seem very diverse (alot of hillbillies) and the students didn't seem very cool. " More from this Member The interviewer was so nice and friendly. | Report Response, "Some sports talk regarding the Cardinals (this was during the world series)." More from this Member | Report Response, "Not much, do not know if the area around the medical school is great." | Report Response, "nothing major, but our tour group was large with only one student leading us, so if you were not standing right by him it was hard to hear and ask questions." | Report Response, "I really liked how the curriculum is set up. More from this Member | Report Response, "I arrived on monday night and my host (a 2nd yr) picked me up at the airport and introduced me to some of her friends and roommates. | Report Response, "school website, interview websites, this website, looked over my application" More from this Member Unique. | Report Response, "StudentDoctor.net, browsing over the schools webpage (some parts were not working), looking up my interviewer" More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Friendly students, free dinner on Sunday, access to current M1, M2, and M4 students." More from this Member the whole interview was very conversational. | Report Response, "What do you see yourself doing in 10 years? " More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member The Clinical Skills Center seems very useful as well as Eddie, the patien simulator. Like should I put my research lab professor as my mentor, or should I put one of the graduate students I worked under because they know more about what I actually did in the lab? | Report Response, "Read up on the school from the website to see the different aspects of the school." More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member What about your brother? | Report Response, "Read school website, SDN" | Report Response, "Nothing. We spent most the day talking to other applicants rather than faculty or students though" More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Accidentally stumbling into the "bad part of town." More from this Member Photo by Laurie Skrivan, More from this Member overall, i think she did a good job covering what needed to be covered and for my part, having even one interview under my belt helped boost my confidence tremendously. More from this Member | Report Response, "How would you improve yourself?" More from this Member The official box score of Men's Basketball vs Saint Louis University on 12/23/2020 Skip To Main Content. I was grateful for the opportunity to discuss them though; as a Chemical Engineering student my two C's were in classes where the majority of my classmates also earned C's, but you can't put that on a transcript!" More from this Member Also, he wasn't bored and blase about the process, even though he's probably interviewed thousands of people and made umpteen presentations. More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member The school is building a brand-new research building a block away, which will provide state-of-the-art facilities. i wish i had gone to bed earlier. | Report Response, "Somewhat unenthusiastic/ low-energy interviewer, but I think that's just his style, so it was fine." More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "what do you like to have for fun? | Report Response, "Nothing too difficult. More from this Member | Report Response, "I see that you took the MCAT twice...How did you prepare differently the second time? " The interview experience went well overall, especially considering I got into the school. | Report Response, "Specific question to my personal statement (What happened here?)" More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "The facilities & technology available" Instead they should be honest and volunteer such information. " (my interviewer said the correct answer was that doctors are allowed to physically touch the patient)" | Report Response, "What separates the medical profession from all other professions? " | Report Response, "What has been the most difficult experience you have had to deal with? More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member no ethics questions. | Report Response, "What do you think is the role of a physician in today's society?" | Report Response, "What is the thing you are most proud of?" More from this Member the tour seemed kind of pointless though..." Hmm..if you need to kill time before your interview, you can chill in the lounge area I suppose next to the library. -Simulation center was excellent | Report Response, "The financial aid situation, there was no tour of the hospital" | Report Response, "What did you do over the summer?" More from this Member Tell me about your family. | Report Response, "Very low-stress atmosphere, happy students and friendly community" More from this Member While I realize that SLU is not the highest ranked medical school and probably feels as if it is in the shadows of its neighbor, it seemed as if the entire school already accepted its inferiority and was trying to hide the fact instead of focusing on its strengths. More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "What do you do for fun?" | Report Response, "The facilities are a little dated, overall the students seemed to like SLU however I didn't talk to any that chose it over another school. | Report Response, "The grounds are really pretty, the food was great and the students/faculty/staff were all friendly and appeared happy. " More from this Member | Report Response, "What are your weaknesses, strengths?" | Report Response, "Where do you ski?" More from this Member Well, I saw two in the hallways so maybe its just coincidence." More from this Member | Report Response, "Read SLU site + secondary" More from this Member More from this Member (I am a nontraditional applicant)" Checked SDN." More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Facilities, lack of preparation by tour guide." The medical student giving the tour told us that about 20 students fail the boards every year, and that the faculty doesn't care about student concerns." More from this Member Wonderfully done, well planned, and professinoal." More from this Member | Report Response, "I think the interview doesn't allow students to really express who they are. Looked up the program in the Princeton Review book. It was a decent hotel. (I had those classes in high school)" This is what all med school interviews should be like. Would love to attend here. | Report Response, "Very relaxed, friendly, and hospitable school." | Report Response, "Average school, nothing especially outstanding about the program, enjoyable social atmosphere of students. " | Report Response, "The temperature-- it was so cold I didn't see a single person the first hour I was driving about" | Report Response, "strengths, weaknesses, what you would change about yourself" | Report Response, "Nothing really, except maybe the cold weather (I'm southern CA born and raised)" More from this Member More from this Member I had no idea, and he just told me the answer (some organic compound) and moved on." For me, it seemed like opportunities for mentoring between upperclassmen and underclassmen are really lost." | Report Response, "Some sitting around, but was able to interact with other students." More from this Member | Report Response, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, University of South Carolina School of Medicine Greenville, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Saint Louis University School of Medicine. More from this Member More from this Member your family? (Related to my research)" More from this Member | Report Response, "Do you think we need more troops in Iraq?" More from this Member More from this Member Can't wait to start." | Report Response, "The interview was very conversational and was not stressful at all." More from this Member new research building is going bring some major $$ to bring it up in the rankings (not that it matters). More from this Member | Report Response, "Difficult situation you have faced, what do you do for fun." More from this Member Fairly disorganized place, nobody told us we were done for the day so we were left sitting in the conference room until we elected some one to go to admissions." The campus was nice, although fairly small. More from this Member Just a conversation." | Report Response, "My interview was by far the most stressful I've had (this was #5). | Report Response, "The facilities were mediocre, at best." The tour was very good, as well." More from this Member More from this Member No brochures or information about the school (outside of the dinky packet they gave us all) in the waiting room we sat in before/after our interviews. | Report Response, "SDN, St. Louis website, looked over my AMCAS" The interviewer was very patronizing, and kept interrupting me before I could get 50% done answering a question." | Report Response, "Why SLU? | Report Response, "If you were a doctor, and you wanted to work on a social issue, who would you partner with?" | Report Response, "Read my application" | Report Response, "Tell me about....some experience or other on my application." More from this Member More from this Member You can navigate everywhere underground through the tunnels connecting the hospitals and the medical school. | Report Response, "The students were all very nice and answered all of my questions. | Report Response, "After arriving at the Embassy Suites at SFO (actually in Burlingame), I was set up with my interviwer in her hotel room. | Report Response, "New building, school pride." | Report Response, "Nothing too bad, my interview was a get to know you type of session." More from this Member | Report Response, "Nothing" More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Who's your role model?" | Report Response, "What was a stressful situation you were in?" The cockaroaches. More from this Member More from this Member I thought that interviews were supposed to be about me, however, in all of my interviews, the interviewer talked more than I did. I was fined by my school after they found my fake ID when it fell out of my wallet on campus, and I had to report it on AMCAS. the interview was a lot more relaxed than i was expecting. | Report Response, "How relaxed the environment was at the school" There is a high percentage of the student body with families, if that is relevant for you." More from this Member but it wasn't that bad..." " However, during lunch at SLU the students said please feel free to ask us any questions but left the info on the admissions committee out. | Report Response, "none" | Report Response, "My interviewer was a doctor at the hospital. More from this Member | Report Response, "Why do you think that St. Louis is somewhere that you want to go to school?" More from this Member I'm from Salt Lake City, and St. Louis is definitely a bigger, more diverse city than SLC is. More from this Member | Report Response, "What was the worst thing you saw during your volunteer experience? More from this Member More from this Member What do you do to de-stress? | Report Response, "Ghetto." The students all seemed very happy as well." We talked a lot about the city and the atmosphere at the school." | Report Response, "Read over school's website, SDN, Primary app, Secondary app, biomedical ethics issues." Facts and Figures. More from this Member More from this Member St. Louis is a beautiful city despite the somewhat questionable surroundings of the med. If you walk on the street, you are asking to get mugged. More from this Member Does anyone have a status other than application complete? | Report Response, "What are you most proud of in your life? More from this Member | Report Response, "What challenges have you faced in order to arrive at this point in your life?" More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "New research facility in the works! There seemed to be no pressure or competition." More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "How did you hear about SLU?" More from this Member No "tricky" questions whatsoever just wanted to get to know the man behind the papers. More from this Member | Report Response, "What did you not like about the faculty at your undergrad institution?" | Report Response, "Tell me about your research X (he picked the most inconsequential of all my activities)" More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member The school's location, although not so wonderful, was not too much of a concern because one can live far from campus (as most students do there) and then commute on not-to-crowded freeways (and the rent in St. Louis is incredibly low)." -- how formal do you think you will find common questions asked during medical school interviews ''... Care of the school 's website. '' out like a conversation to get stressed over. 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