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Podcast Interview With School Acceptance!

Roughly two months ago, I had the privilege of sitting down with Surviving Medicine (a podcast hosted by School Acceptance) to discuss several topics ranging from issues in perioperative and critical care to my journey in medicine. Be sure…

Tips For Interviews

An interview invitation means that a program has reviewed your application, and you’ve met some “minimum” they expect from potential matriculants. That being said, I’m a firm believer that the interview can hurt applicants more than it can…

Preparing For My First Fellowship Interview

The farther I get in my training, the less anxious I feel about interviews. A little eustress is healthy and shows that the interview trail is indeed very important, but most of the typical, scripted interview answers of undergraduate days…

Finished With My Residency Interview Trail

My journey through the anesthesiology interview trail has been over for two weeks, and since then, I've been comparing each program's pros and cons to help formulate the rank list I'll submit by February 2013.

What To Do Before Beginning Medical School

It's an exciting time of year for many pre-med students. Interview season is over, acceptances are rolling in, and you've already started the countdown till orientation. Amidst this excitement, it's easy to make some pretty bad decisions…

Admissions Committee Interviews

As early as your second year at Baylor Med, it's possible to begin interviewing applicants to the medical program. How cool is that!? A lot of other schools reserve this privilege only for fourth year students. Guess it's just a testament…

BCM Interview Outcome

So today was probably the most important day of my life - my Baylor College of Medicine interview. After being awe struck by the faculty, facilities, and students, I was even more convinced that having BCM as my "dream school" was indeed a…

UTSW Outcome; BCM Nears

Hurricane Ike really made my University of Texas Southwestern (UTSW) interview experience very interesting. Everyone showed a great deal of care by asking about my family back home in Houston; however, I didn't want this Hurricane to…