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Top 25 Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine Medical School Interview Questions
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At Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine we want students who have a true passion for medicine. What appeals to you most, about working in the medical field?
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List of Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine Medical School Interview Questions
  1. At Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine we want students who have a true passion for medicine. What appeals to you most, about working in the medical field?
  2. It is important that Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine exercises great discernment when choosing applicants. What is your plan if you are not accepted into medical school this year?
  3. In your opinion, what is the most concerning issue facing the medical industry today?
  4. Medical school is expensive. Have you made a solid financial plan for tuition costs at Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine, and beyond?
  5. Tell us about your overall academic performance, so far. Where have you excelled, and where could you improve?
  6. Why should we accept you over another medical student with the same qualifications?
  7. What do you feel is the single most important quality a Physician should possess?
  8. At Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine we believe in the continual development of our students, both professionally and personally. What is your self-development plan?
  9. Talk to us about your current GPA.
  10. What is your favorite area of medicine so far? Which is your least favorite? Why?
  11. If you could meet anyone in the history of medicine, who would you choose and why?
  12. What questions do you have for us about Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine?
  13. What do you know about Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine?
  14. Tell us about an area of weakness that you would like to improve on while attending Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine.
  15. What research did you conduct before choosing to apply to Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine?
  16. Tell us something that we would not know about you from reading your CV.
  17. What achievement are you most proud of, so far, on your path to medical school?
  18. What are you reading right now?
  19. Talk to us about your experience and thoughts on handling blood and other bodily fluids. You will be subject to difficult scenarios in your role as a physician. How do you feel about this?
  20. What other medical schools have you applied to and where does Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine rank?
  21. As a physician, you will be faced with death on a daily basis. How will you professionally cope with this reality?
  22. Which medical related newspapers, journals or publications do you read to stay in touch with new medical discoveries, and current events?
  23. A woman comes into the ER after a car accident. She needs a blood transfusion but she states that her religion is against blood transfusions. What decision do you make?
  24. As a future physician, how do you plan to use your role to benefit members of your community? Do you think volunteering is important?
  25. Should medical students who receive federal funds spend time practicing medicine in a less desired area, to give something in return?
  26. How do you express your opinions on controversial topics such as abortion, euthanasia, physician assisted suicide, and cloning?
  27. What is your opinion on socialized health care versus privatized health care?
  28. How would you react if you discovered a classmate cheating?
  29. How does your family feel about you attending medical school? Do you have a great deal of support?
  30. What are your thoughts on animal research and animal testing in the medical field?
  31. How do you respond to feedback and criticism? Describe a situation where your work was criticized. What was your immediate reaction to the situation?
  32. Who in your life mentors, or inspires you?
  33. Are there any situations when a physician is justified in lying to a patient?
  34. How well do you think you have performed in this interview today?
  35. When you suffer a setback, how does that emotionally affect you and your work?
  36. How would you like to see the delivery of healthcare evolve?
  37. What are your thoughts on alternative medicine? Which aspects do you agree and disagree with?