More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "That the curriculum isn't just "learn on your own" as a lot of 1st and 2nd years at other schools told me. More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "What do you think of our school?" My first interviewer recited a poem he wrote while he was a sociologist to me and showed me pictures of toddler - we just had a great conversation. More from this Member | Report Response, "What was the happiest moment of your life? More from this Member | Report Response, "This is my second time applying so the process is old hat. More from this Member More from this Member Oh and if you have to drive thru Houston... be prepared for some soul crushing traffic" More from this Member More from this Member Problem based learning seems cool." | Report Response, "The "work hard play hard" motto -- It's just not for me. | Report Response, "Really enjoyed the school. | Report Response, "If not medicine, then what?" ), they have a brand new Global Health track " | Report Response, "How many different opportunities they have available to the students to tailor their medical educations." More from this Member | Report Response, "Where are you from?" 1) Reviewed my entire application with me (they don't have scores tho). | Report Response, "Do you eat healthy?" or something like that. More from this Member Completely random." More from this Member | Report Response, "Questions about family background." More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member So School Interviews is one of those rare things that makes life easier and better. More from this Member The students seem pretty relaxed and the really high board scores are what set this school apart for me. | Report Response, "How will you adjust to the intensity of medical school?" More from this Member | Report Response, "What would you like to know about UTMB-Galveston?" the second was much better. This article expands a bit more by listing out 20 30 sample PT school interview questions that you might be asked this fall. The 2nd interviewer talked more about himself than about me." More from this Member The second (also without my application) was conversational with occasional "Tell me about yourself" or "why do you want to be a doctor?" although both my interviewers ended up talking way more than I did, so I felt like it was almost a waste of my plane ticket and time for me to even be sitting there. Food is the best out of all of the Texas schools (FYI). More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "do you have any idea what you want to specialize in?" | Report Response, "What was the worst experience you ever had with another person?" | Report Response, "Nothing too difficult...I suppose there was this wacko question "when choosing your priorities in life, what values/beliefs do you base your decisions on?" More from this Member ''That was the first question my interviewer asked as soon as i got into his office''. " It's what you make of the time though the way I see it. More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Students have strong sense of unity, and are pretty friendly, nice anatomy lab" Also, board scores have been very high in recent years. " More from this Member | Report Response, "The interviews were rather useless - I felt like they really did not set out to distinguish me from other applicants. | Report Response, "Parents aren't putting pressure on you to be a doctor?" Would you speed to make a presentation that takes 30 minutes to get to if you woke up late and only had 20 minutes? More from this Member I have heard that students at UTMB Galveston are required to go to the prison and treat people there but I think that would only be a good learning experience. More from this Member | Report Response, "The campus is much nicer that I had been thinking. More from this Member (Just a casual question, maybe because I'm Moslem)." More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "PBL, the clinic run by med students, community involvement, lack of competition, wonderfully nice students, BL-4 lab, awesome USMLE scores and pass rate, computerized mannequins." Also a completely student-run clinic that you can help with immediately so you have contact with patients within the first WEEK! More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member The seating was not the greatest to sit on for 2-3 hours." More from this Member More from this Member I was able to get many of my questions answered and had new ones to ask at my interview the next day. | Report Response, "Robot-like interviewers. | Report Response, "laidback atmosphere, good facilities, opportunity to do some rotations or a full year in austin (3rd or 4th year) " In terms of "fit", I think I need a medical school that is a little more intense for me to have the best experience. | Report Response, "The facilities were less than state-of-the-art. 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 More from this Member I'll deal with it when I get there, I don't shop much anyway. " The campus itself is nice and there's lots of construction going on for biocontainment facilities and whatnot. More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "SDN, UTMB website, reviewed application" | Report Response, "Why Galveston?" More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "A question about how doctors can help prevent problems instead of repairing stuff after it has already happened." | Report Response, "Where are your mother and father from? | Report Response, "why medicine? Seemed very different from the first interviewer. More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "There is a campus tour and you do ALOT of walking - be prepared. More from this Member What are your views on drinking and smoking? It's only 30 minutes away from your city amenities. More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member I already know how much I wanna go but touring the school made me picture how things would be if I were actually there, which excited me even more. " | Report Response, "Tell me about this particular part of your application (he named something specific)." More from this Member With all of the construction, it's like a maze finding your way and I actually got lost. More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "SDN, interview book, advice from friends who attend the school." | Report Response, "Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?" he seemed dissatisfied w/my answer (or maybe i was zoning out.) More from this Member Overall, it was a great first interview experience." More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "No specific questions were asked by either of my interviewers. | Report Response, "What would you do should you not get into medical school?" | Report Response, "Do you like birds?" | Report Response, "As a reapplicant, what have you done since your last application?" They really sold me on the place. | Report Response, "There's not much to do in Galveston, all the construction going on on campus" Yep. | Report Response, "What did you take away from your clinical experience" More from this Member | Report Response, "UTMB website, SDN, read over applications, practice questions, social policy/ethics books" | Report Response, "Read on here and on the UTMB website. | Report Response, "How come you didn't apply to Baylor?" | Report Response, "Tell me about your healthcare activities" More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "A time someone misjudged you and how you responded" (Although, again, no one seemed to be very informed about this either.) More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "What is your back-up plan if you cannot get into medical school?" More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "What do you do in your free time? It didn't help that he didn't make eye contact and mumbled as he spoke(MD interviewer). | Report Response, "As a reapplicant what have you done in order to improve your application?" This year's has improved, but the teaching method doesn't seem to lend itself to aceing standardized tests (USMLE)." More from this Member *later* How do you plan to pay for medical school? More from this Member | Report Response, "The usial stuff I read their website consulted the MSAR. | Report Response, "82%!!!!!!!!!!!!! | Report Response, "galveston" No middle ground. Why medicine? | Report Response, "What are you passionate about?" | Report Response, "Just the fact that it's galveston." They all seem very happy where they are." More from this Member Also, the campus is beautiful and the hospitals are really modern. The facilities were nice and there's a lot of construction going on for projects that should be completed relatively soon. What have you read recently?" More from this Member | Report Response, "Standard questions. More from this Member and pulled that out in the middle of our interview when he realized how much into research i am. More from this Member | Report Response, "I was nervous because it was my first interview. | Report Response, "Current event issues and what to do about them." | Report Response, "SDN, website" | Report Response, "What do your parents do?" More from this Member | Report Response, "Make interviews in one building to avoid the sweatfest my interview group went through. | Report Response, "The calm atmosphere and willingness to help others." More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "very relaxed atmosphere, interviews are very conversational" | Report Response, "Why a doctor? | Report Response, "I arrived in Galveston about midnight the night before. More from this Member The students were helpful as well-- they answered a lot of my questions." | Report Response, "Very chill interview and super conversational." | Report Response, "If you made a mistake, would you tell someone about it? More from this Member My interviewers were really nice and got to kinow me. More from this Member | Report Response, "board scores, curriculum(they have smaller amount of time in class for free time/self study)" | Report Response, "As a teacher, how do you prepare lessons / what kind of materials do you use in the classroom?" Definitely what I needed the night before my first interview to calm me down and to talk casually to current students." Everyone seemed to genuinely enjoy being there, despite the oppressive humidity and unpredictable rain. | Report Response, "What are your plans for a family and how would you balance a family with your career?" | Report Response, "real laidback nothing really all that difficult" | Report Response, "The food during lunch and the mosquitos" | Report Response, "Where do you see yourself in 10-15 years?" | Report Response, "Why doctor" No wonder they can't pass the boards. More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Great school, awesome history. After all, you don't get to choose the patients you treat. There's nothing to stress about... just be yourself." | Report Response, "Have you had any humanities classes?" They have a nice gym, plenty of quiet study environments, and a decent student center. More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "How do you know you won't change careers again?" | Report Response, "My interview was virtual due to Covid-19, but I still felt I was able to connect with the interviewers via Zoom. Also, some had to call the interviewer to open the door since buildings required access. More from this Member | Report Response, "Very laid back kind of atmosphere...the students and admissions staff were friendly and emphasized their spirit of cooperation. | Report Response, "Ethics question involving patients who do not want treatment and how to treat them." | Report Response, "I wish I could have switched my interviewer. More from this Member I believe this is why their pass rate is improving, and I believe it will continue to be high." | Report Response, "The first interviewer was nice and just an all-around fantastic person. | Report Response, "Didn't know about this site, I just anticipated questions, researched the school and typed out some responses to questions I knew they'd ask" Use the time leading up to your interview to prepare, and you’ll be sure to impress your future PA school… Both were panel interviews by two interviewers rotating asking questions. More from this Member More from this Member Students seem to have a lot of free time to go home or engage in community activities. | Report Response, "my thoughts about correctional medicine" | Report Response, "I think this self directed studying is great. More from this Member | Report Response, "Read through my application." More from this Member More from this Member it was the first building of this med school, which is the oldest med school in TX... so pretty old. More from this Member | Report Response, "Stayed with a medical student the night before and relaxed." More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "What are some of the problems that you might face as a physician?" | Report Response, "What diseases are caused by genetics mutation?" My second interviwer gave me lots of advice about medical school. More from this Member The day started off with a breakfast and a brief presentation about the medical curriculum, extracurricular activities, etc. | Report Response, "All pretty standard stuff...nothing out of the blue." The interviews were very conversational. | Report Response, "I visited the school after my interview in Houston and had a chance to talk to lots of students, to hang out locally, and to tour the school, gross lab, etc. More from this Member | Report Response, "How did your interest in ophthalmology come about?" More from this Member | Report Response, "also PBL (possibility of being stuck with a poor group/facilitator). | Report Response, "Does your husband know what he is getting into?" | Report Response, "What are my top 5 careers that I would consider and 5 I won't consider" More from this Member | Report Response, "What will you do if you don't get in?" | Report Response, "Nothing - first interviewer was conversational and second didn't ask much." More from this Member | Report Response, "Scholarships are automatically applied for for all matriculants. It was my second interview of the season which probably helped, but it was much less stressful than my first experience. Event 20/05/2020 UTMB® Mont-Blanc: the announcement you have all been waiting for . More from this Member | Report Response, "How did you decide to apply to medical school?" Interview was very relaxed and comfortable." Did you plan this all along?" I was prepared to anwser such questions, just not for 45 minutes in depth. (they were born outside of the US)" | Report Response, "read my application over, read about the school, talked to students, made up answers to probable questions" More from this Member (and no, I'm not URM) Great facilities. | Report Response, "Same - I'm not an art enthusiast by any means. | Report Response, "Why didn't you take X or Y class?" | Report Response, "My first interview was very conversational. More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member Obviously, students and faculty are all very excited about this and they want to keep the upward trend going. Was supposed to be closed file, he still asked about my GPA/MCAT. | Report Response, "Why do you want to go into primary care or OB/GYN when you know about all of the problems with insurance and malpractice that doctors in those fields are facing right now?" More from this Member | Report Response, "What do you want me to know about you?" More from this Member | Report Response, "The facilities, how much the students were relaxed and loved the school." More from this Member | Report Response, "Imagine somebody comes with you to a problem, but they can't tell you what it is. Also, the campus tour was cool, it was a small group (there were 4 of us plus the student guide) so it was easy to ask questions. The interviews at UTMB are very laid back. | Report Response, "Why do you want to go to Galveston specifically" | Report Response, "The focus on student life, the simulated OR, and early patient contact in first year." More from this Member | Report Response, "The tour was great! More from this Member More from this Member It's really easy to go abroad your first summer. | Report Response, "If you don't get into med school what will you do?" It was rather windy the day of interview so the our was a little uncomfortable. | Report Response, "nothing really interesting---just talked about myself" Rescheduling may result in an interview date in November. More from this Member | Report Response, "Both interviewers were very nice, very relaxed. More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Did your father's death cause you to resent medicine for a while?" More from this Member | Report Response, "Have you thought about what it will be like dealing with patients who think they know what is better for them?" | Report Response, "Feelings about the cervical cancer vaccine" | Report Response, "great school" The faculty and students are friendly. | Report Response, "Read some of a healthcare book, followed the guidelines in a medical interview book, and did a mock interview" | Report Response, "What else do you do besides studying and going to class?" More from this Member | Report Response, "What are your study habits?" | Report Response, "sdn, read my personal statement and TMDSAS app." | Report Response, "How do you think you would fit with our program?" | Report Response, "stuff from my app" More from this Member Come join us as we work together to work wonders! UTMB is a major academic health center dedicated to health science education, patient care, research, and community service. | Report Response, "What do you know about the current events going on in healthcare?" What are the pros/cons of physician-pharm company interactions? Anyone who gets accepted should really consider going. " It was pretty funny, but I haven't had any murders happen next door or anything." | Report Response, "UTMB's funding and USMLE scores are better than I expected" Campus hardly looked touched by Ike." | Report Response, "How passionate are you about medicine?" More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "used experience from utsouthwestern interview, which i prepared for using sdn" | Report Response, "The wonderfully happy people, the friendly environment, laid back attitude that looks like it would lead to a more stress free medical education and lots of programs to join. " | Report Response, "Not to go...I spent a lot of money traveling from CA" | Report Response, "What are you most passionate about?" Talk to med students there." More from this Member | Report Response, "How do you expect to fund your medical education? | Report Response, "Driving through Houston to get here. Tell me about your family. More from this Member | Report Response, "Beautiful campus and facilities." | Report Response, "The positive attitude and diversity of the students. | Report Response, "Galveston seems somewhat limited in what there is to do, although the students firmly deny this." | Report Response, "The parking garage location. More from this Member (one interview)" | Report Response, "What influenced you to want to become a doctor?" | Report Response, "The campus wasn't very pretty from the outside. More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member Of all of the physical therapy school interview questions and answers, this one is probably the most beneficial for the student to answer him or herself, even if it is not asked in an interview. | Report Response, "What else do you do?" More from this Member | Report Response, ""Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?" More from this Member In order to be considered for admission, you must be invited for a virtual interview. | Report Response, "My first interview, we talked alot about the history of Galveston and the school's ties to the city. Location is good and reasonably priced. " More from this Member Some of these questions are ones that I added after my own PT school interview… More from this Member More from this Member Some students had their interviews … I loved the school's curriculum, campus, track programs, and basically everything about it, but after such horrible interviews I can say with 100% confidence that I would take a gap year before going to a school that cares so little about recruiting good candidates." | Report Response, "i was asking about the phd's research, so we started talking about euthanasia & suicide (he was into psychiatry)" More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "None really...one ethical question that was difficult simply because you would not know the appropriate answer (not right/wrong answer) until you were put under that situation." More from this Member | Report Response, "What makes you think you're ready for the rigors of medical school?" More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "Nothing. My second interviewer was also excellent. | Report Response, "Tell me about your family." More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "How do you plan to pay for med school? | Report Response, "how would you tell a family that their child was terminally ill?" More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member More from this Member | Report Response, "There is still some uncertainty about certain aspects of the future but mostly it seemed like most of that won't affect med students directly" My first interview with a PhD professor went very well and we ended up conversing for 45 minutes despite the time limit being 30 minutes. | Report Response, "Why do you want to come to UTMB?" More from this Member Im very anxious about the outcome.Has anyone interviewed with UTMB for their traditional BSN program? I waited in the hallway until my name was called for both interviews( did 2 in one day). More from this Member | Report Response, "nothing really" More from this Member Awesome, friendly students, so many opportunities other than just the standard MD route, Galveston National Laboratory was amazing." More from this Member The typical Friday … More from this Member it was more like a flowing conversation than an interview." | Report Response, "What got you interested in medicine?" You should question everything on the internet these days, so we're happy to put you in touch with one of our schools near you. Also, they served awesome food during the interview. | Report Response, "Who were your role models growing up?" More from this Member | Report Response, "The facilities, the curriculum, the humanities opportunities, the general laid-back atmoshpere." I'm just not turned on by research dollars, the PhD is not for me." More from this Member | Report Response, "Where do you see yourself in 10 years?" | Report Response, "What is something negative you saw in healthcare?" Board scores are up at this program. USMLE scores are the second highest in Texas." More from this Member More from this Member No questions I felt unprepared to answer." Our tour guide was a bit stressed, but I think that was because she was a mother of a two year old who lives 45 minutes from campus, just coming off the OB/GYN rotation. What would you do if you never got in to medical school?" | Report Response, "Practice questions from the internet, read about the school. Interview season is upon us, causing thousands of potential occupational therapy (OT) students copious amounts of applying to OT school.Once you get the interview, you worry about what to wear, how to prepare for the weather (especially if you’re living in harsh winter climate), transportation and what to bring with you on interview … More from this Member More from this Member The day starts @ 8:30AM, ends around 2PM. | Report Response, "What questions do you have for me ? | Report Response, "that I would be done by 3pm." (Note: I asked if he meant my philosophy on life or on something in particular, he said "no, your philosophy," then lectured me for not having a proper philosophy....oh well)" Both of mine were PhD's and professors of some of the 1st year courses so they just talked alot about the curriculum and if it was right for me. More from this Member what field do you want to go into?" More from this Member Interview. 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