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More from this Member 2020 National University Rankings. It is very likely that it does not need any further discussion and thus bumping it serves no purpose. More from this Member | Report Response, "Flights are ALWAYS delayed. More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member In addition, you have electives that can be taken as early as your 2nd semester of your first year! | Report Response, "Do you have any friends or relatives in St. | Report Response, "Nothing difficult." More from this Member | Report Response, "tell me about the most difficult experience for you. More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Most AMCAS applications are about accomplishments. | Report Response, "What would you have done differently at your undergrad institution, if you could do it over?" More from this Member I didn't like how the interviewer typed on her computer while I interviewed. " Attended a seminar by a plastic surgeon - very neat. You could theoretically walk it, but it was freezing cold in the morning. More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "why medicine." More from this Member | Report Response, "--" More from this Member Louis?" Other than that, it was a good experience." More from this Member More from this Member the whole interview was very conversational. | Report Response, "SLU website, reviewed application" | Report Response, "Review materials I submitted to the school (AMCAS, updates etc.). He had previously read my personal statement and the rest of my application and we just talked about my various experiences and why I wanted to attend SLU. | Report Response, "Tell me about previous job experiences." More from this Member A few about how I handle stress and my motivations for becoming a doctor." | Report Response, "Write your own Letter of Rec (describe qualities about yourself)" More from this Member More from this Member St. Louis is very affordable." | Report Response, "Tell me what you like to do in your free time." (basically went through my application in front of me and just asked questions about each activity)" More from this Member I could've stayed in a hotel closer to the school for cheaper!!!" More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member The school is not really located within in the heart of the city. More from this Member The interview was very conversational about my application and allowed me to tell my story/insight into medicine." More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "What was a difficult situation you had to overcome during your childhood?" More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "The sense of community" She was a fourth year and knew absolutely nothing - like if the classrooms had wireless internet connection or what time the library closes (she says 10 but i doubt it..). More from this Member | Report Response, "What do your parents do?" More from this Member Do whatever it takes to get an interview with Dr. Willmore. More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "I expected my interview to be more conversation-like. | Report Response, "Looked at SDN, Reviewed my AMCAS, Looked over information sent by the school" | Report Response, "SLU is great and I enjoyed my time there more than I had anticipated." | Report Response, "It feels isolating to sit in the waiting room designated for interviewees." | Report Response, "i had heard that the interview was pretty relaxed, so i just tried to get rest and read a few things on sdn... this was my 3rd interview so I wasn't as stressed out I think." | Report Response, "Describe your medically related activities" | Report Response, "Overall okay, besides the schedule conflict, there were only 5 other people interviewing today, so it was a pretty small group, but everyone was nice, the tour is short and sweet, lunch with M2s is great, they were really honest and friendly, and they clarified the whole safety/crime issue of St. Louis for us, they say it's not that bad as long as you don't get lost in a bad part of town, or walk alone at night, they have breakfast set up for you, and lunch is the basic sandwiches ect. | Report Response, "How nice the students are, the chapels, churches, the style of the buildings - really cool, the curriculum (systems-based in M2) and electives in 3rd-4th year" More from this Member | Report Response, "none, basically you can recite your primary application to the interviewer" More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Have you ever seen a doctor being unethical?" | Report Response, "Why did you decide to go to medical school instead of veterinary school?" This school has the most efficient application process! Did you get along w/ your roomates?" More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Eddie the simulated patient dummy in the anesthesiology department" | Report Response, "Mock interview, read about SLU, talked to current students there." More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member 27 (36%) Season best. Lunch was very delicious and the student that I had lunch with answered all of my questions and was very nice and helpful." (Animal Sciences)" More from this Member More from this Member I think he just wanted me to admit I didn't know." | Report Response, "That SLU isn't as bad as everyone on SDN makes it out to be. | Report Response, "How many shadowing hours do you have?" | Report Response, "A detailed question about the research I do in a lab at school." | Report Response, "Slightly outdated facilities." 66% of enrolled undergraduate students have received grant or scholarships aid and the average grant amount is $24,674. I will decline it because it's so much more expensive than my alma mater, but I am sure I would be very happy if I chose SLU." More from this Member More from this Member For reference, I used ~2100 characters for the "not currently enrolled in courses" prompt and ~5000 characters for the "anything else prompt" (in my case, Why SLU). St. Louis is not the greatest area to live in." More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "(very conversational) What do your parents do for a living?" | Report Response, "Imagine you are an internist. | Report Response, "Read this website and some stuff online about managed care" More from this Member | Report Response, "that it would be so easy.. no need to stress about this one" The atmosphere during the interview wasn't that great either: the students interviewing seemed a little too competitive for my tastes, the facilities were okay but slightly more run down than others I've seen, their were no admissions or financial aid presentations (I was told there was a packet on the desk that I could look through). More from this Member | Report Response, "Looked over primary and secondary applications, read a princeton review book on the school, looked at their web page." | Report Response, "Describe an experience with a patient. | Report Response, "I was not that impressed with the lecture halls that I saw, but they weren't terrible." More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Nothing was particularly difficult." So we got into a big discussion on history, which ended with us both saying we didn't really know the recent history of the Philippines very well. More from this Member | Report Response, "Saint Louis has a relatively high tuition fee." | Report Response, "Probation. Then there was a luncheon with some students and faculty. | Report Response, "I didn't really prepare since I recently had an interview. More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "What do you do when you are not studying?" More from this Member | Report Response, "Very conversational, however, did not feel like an interview. | Report Response, "The interview was very laid back. | Report Response, "Why medicine? | Report Response, "So, why St. | Report Response, "Browsed SDN, looked over AMCAS." | Report Response, "They asked about my research. | Report Response, "students and faculty were very nice and down to earth." M1s and 2s seem to know each other pretty well, but that cohesion seemed to be lost as 2nd years become 3rd years. | Report Response, "What makes a good physician?" More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Very supportive environment. I kind of added it as an afterthought but I would absolutely love to go there. More from this Member (I have none to be honest because the bulk of my clinical experience was with a radiology service). " | Report Response, "What is your biggest disappointment in life?" It's a great school with friendly students and an outstanding curriculum." More from this Member Describe a failure that you have had." | Report Response, "What is a challenge you've had to overcome?" | Report Response, "What are some of your hobbies?" | Report Response, "Talk a little about your research. More from this Member | Report Response, "i don't think st.louis as a city is as bad as most people said it is. | Report Response, "There was a Cardinals game going on at the time and there was heavy traffic" It also seems that the school is trying to disown its Jesuit heritage, which is very disappointing. More from this Member | Report Response, "If you had a magic wand and could change one thing about health care what would it be?" | Report Response, "I was keeping an open mind about SLU until I met the person who interviewed me. . More from this Member | Report Response, "A mock interview with my school and SLU website." More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member It is basically a train for short distances and is very convenient and cheap. Wonderfully done, well planned, and professinoal." More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "1.) More from this Member | Report Response, "nothing I love the campus and the school and i would love to attend" | Report Response, "Why St. Louis U?" More from this Member | Report Response, "Read the website although it does not have very much information about the medical school itself. More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Great city, friendly students, nice campus, affordable living." | Report Response, "The medical school facilities were a little old, but they seemed to get the job done. " | Report Response, "Tell me more about [insert various experiences from my application]. | Report Response, "What do your parents do for a living?" More from this Member essay! | Report Response, "The match list was much more impressive than I expected it to be." More from this Member | Report Response, "What is most important to you in life?" More from this Member It was all very laid back. More from this Member | Report Response, "Looked over my application, practiced common questions." More from this Member | Report Response, "Its in a rough neighborhood." I just reviewed my application the night before. to be honest, i wasn't expecting much of the school but the overall laid-back attitude made me feel better about it." Keynote speaker for IEEE NFV-SDN 2019: 1) Sridhar Rajagopal, Vice President, Mavenir Systems 2) Nate Foster, Associate Professor, Cornell University & Barefoot Networks 3) Andrea Fumagalli, Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas 4) Ying Zhang, Software Engineering Manager, Facebook. More from this Member | Report Response, "There were no difficult questions, mostly questions about you, your academics and extracurricular activ." St. Louis as a city was beautiful and livable. People were most excited that they had a whole lot of downtime and did a bunch of social activities rather than being thrilled about classes or being involved in student run clinics, etc. | Report Response, "Name a famous person from [city I came from]." More from this Member | Report Response, "My interviewer was very nice, understanding an d funny. More from this Member What do you think about the numbers that describe you?" when you get there, go up (the elevator or the couple of flights of stairs). | Report Response, "I see you have done a lot of cancer work..." | Report Response, "I did end up taking the Metro system and it wasn't nearly as bad as I had previously heard. Just make sure you have everything accounted for on your amcas." More from this Member More from this Member Do you have these qualities?" More from this Member 2021-2022 . | Report Response, "My interviewer was extremely kind and laid-back. More from this Member | Report Response, "It was a very low stress interview and everyone seemed very friendly!" | Report Response, "Behind on technology, and no place to workout." | Report Response, "Difficult questions most likely come from some experience you listed on AMCAS. | Report Response, "Deep questions about my childhood!" The conversation was quite pleasant after that." More from this Member | Report Response, "That "The Exorcist" is based on events that took ploace at an SLU chapel. They give short presentations about the school while you eat. More from this Member I was sure that I would not get in, which I think actually helped me because I wasn't nervous when it came time for my interview. Curriculum (dividing the 2nd yr. into organ systems) | Report Response, "The students were the most normal of any school I have been to, not super dorky and anti-social like another school I interviewed at in St Louis. 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. More from this Member | Report Response, "of course, Why SLU? More from this Member | Report Response, "Why did you apply/want to go to St. Louis University?" More from this Member | Report Response, "what field of medicine are you planning to pursue and why" More from this Member | Report Response, "SDN, read AMCAS and secondary apps, mock interview, practiced questions" | Report Response, "How will you adjust living in the US?" Academic Year 2019-2020 2020-2021; Summer semester 2020 2021; First three, four, six, eight and twelve-week session classes begin (Mon.) More from this Member The schools interview setup is a tad unorganized for my taste. THey say it needs to be changed." More from this Member | Report Response, "About my family's influence in my life choices." | Report Response, "tell me about your hobbies." More from this Member | Report Response, "My interviewer was awesome! | Report Response, "I enjoyed it. | Report Response, "Not the third quesiton..but he asked about a W on my transcript." More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "I really liked my interviewer, he was on the admissions committee and did a great job of answering questions and promoting the school. | Report Response, "Tell me about a situation in which you disappointed yourself or someone else?" | Report Response, "Not getting to see the anatomy lab (Though it is on the 4th floor and has windows. | Report Response, "The interview was laid back and fun. Search Catalog Search. More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "He asked about my marathon training and my writting. More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Again... it was mostly conversational about different aspects of my AMCAS application." More from this Member | Report Response, "What do you think are your strengths?" My interviewer made me feel very comfortable and we had a very pleasant conversation." | Report Response, "Look over your primary application, tried to relax" More from this Member the dean of admissions even came to eat lunch with us and answer questions making the administration seem pretty accesible. Saint Louis is a young town with a lot of stuff going on (free zoo, technology center, Forest Park). | Report Response, "i stayed with a student host and she was really helpful. More from this Member According to my host, "St. Louis is a great place to be a medical student--there's enough to do so that you aren't bored during your free time but not so much that you are missing out when you need to study." More from this Member My interviewer was fabulous and our 45-minute interview lasted for over two hours. | Report Response, "Tell me about your parents." Your message may be considered spam for the following reasons: JavaScript is disabled. | Report Response, "Describe your family background." | Report Response, "The facilities were older and a bit run down." | Report Response, "Each of the interviewees had 30 minute slots." More from this Member | Report Response, "What would you say is your biggest weakness?" More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Overall, my experience was extremely positive and I was very impressed with the university, curriculum, students, and other applicants. | Report Response, "Go in the front door of the school by the main road; the doors on the sidestreets are closed. " | Report Response, "what do you like about St. Louis considering where you are from and where you went to school?" | Report Response, "Good. More from this Member More from this Member One of the med students said he'd do residency anywhere but St. Louis since he'd been there his whole life. More from this Member OSUCOM 2020 Match Results by Specialty Specialty Institution Name City State YEAR Anesthesiology Barnes‐Jewish Hospital ST LOUIS MO PGY‐1 Anesthesiology Case Western/University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center CLEVELAND OH PGY‐1 Anesthesiology Cleveland Clinic Foundation CLEVELAND OH PGY‐1 | Report Response, "It was a quick 30 minute interview in sunny california...no stress at all as Dr. Furman makes you feel at ease and didn't ask any difficult questions." | Report Response, "Nothing was very difficult." | Report Response, "Why did you choose your undergrad school?" More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Previous interviews, SDN feedback, school website." My interviewer was doing everything he could during the interview to figure out how to best present me to the admissions committe." More from this Member Search for other Sunday. Lots of waiting around after interview. More from this Member | Report Response, "The surrounding city. More from this Member Check out SDN's library of webinars on YouTube. She even wanted me to show her the website, which I did." More from this Member More from this Member But, I didn't like that she shot down the main reasons and experiences. " Overall, I was really impressed by the curriculum, and the facilities. I left feeling like my interviewer really knew about me and my motivations in medicine and to go to SLU." | Report Response, "All were pretty standard" They are building a new research facility, but it won't be done for a few years. He really didn't have pointed questions that were meant to ''test'' me." they are a great bunch to chat with." The school has impressive match lists for 4th year students." while my hosts gave me some helpful advice, I also wish that they had been able to take a night off to show me around :)" It was very disappointing and I wish the admissions office would send people to regional locations who were more qualified." More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Some students weren't very enthusiastic about curriculum. More from this Member How many brothers and sisters do you have?" | Report Response, "Is there anything you would like to say to the admissions committee or is there anything you would like for them to be aware of?" This was my sixth interview and all the lunches thus far have been the same (i.e. At first my interviewer did not look interested--she didn't make eye contact, kept interupting my answers to her questions only to backtrack to the original question after interupting again. More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "What do you know about us (SLU)?" | Report Response, "How did you become interested in medicine? More from this Member | Report Response, "The enthusiastic attitudes of the students and faculty. Lunch was average. So relaxed! | Report Response, "How is it in (city you come from)?" | Report Response, "Have you been accepted to any other schools yet?" Do you think this means anything or is it just sent out to tons of people? | Report Response, "What's going on with the financial problems at Georgetown?" The host lived about 1/2 hour away from the school, but he was very nice and made me feel right at home as he answered all my questions about the school. | Report Response, "It was really good. | Report Response, "What would I change about myself?" More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Nothing too bad, my interview was a get to know you type of session." | Report Response, "Where else have you interviewed/gotten accepted? | 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." The interviewer had a very awkward style in asking questions and instigating conversation (if any), I didn't like it but perhaps other interviewees did. The student tour was great, given by a 4th year who was not necessarily out to sell us. More from this Member | Report Response, "She basically went through my application and asked me to talk about each activity." | Report Response, "Mock Interview, researching healthcare, reading SDN, outlining questions" More from this Member | Report Response, "the area isnt as bad as other people on sdn make it out to be... but it's not the greatest either. More from this Member | Report Response, "Read interveiw feedback, and curriculum guide." | Report Response, "there aren't really any good places to eat around the medical school that you can get to without a cab" Why SLU?" More from this Member | Report Response, "Inform the applicants prior to the interview date that after checking in at the admissions office, the applicant will need to walk and find the interviewer's office some where else on campus." | Report Response, "this website, read over AMCAS, read over other med school's ethics site, read newspaper" | Report Response, "Describe a situation where your interpersonal skills were challenged, and what did you learn from that?" | Report Response, "What do you get frustrated with?" There seems like there is a lot to do" More from this Member | Report Response, "Describe a situation in which you showed good interpersonal skills." ;)" | Report Response, "We had a tour and then lunch with other med students and doctors. The financial advisor seemed good." | Report Response, "Read up on the school from the website to see the different aspects of the school." 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