Blind Interview

In a blind interview, no personal information, application information, or academic performance has been disclosed to the interviewer. This type of interview is more likely going to address behavioral, subjective, and ethical questions. Behavioral questions ask candidates to describe a situation that prompted action and results. An example of a subjective question might be, “Tell me why you want to be a doctor? Interviewers in blind interview sessions typically evaluate candidates on how articulately and effectively they answer questions.

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