Some good questions to ask a medical student include "What is the curriculum's structure?" "What do students get to do in the hospital?" and "Do students have time for extracurricular activities?", notes U.S. News & World Report. One of the most important aspects of a campus visit for prospective medical students is the opportunity to speak with current students, as they can give a candid view of daily life at the school to help prospective students make a decision.
Other questions that are useful to ask medical students are "What are the teaching methods?" "What is the relationship between faculty and students?" and "What's the medical student's role on the health care team?", states U.S. News & World Report.
Medical school campus visits are part of the application process and typically occur when a candidate has been asked to the school for an interview. Part of the visit includes a campus tour and lunch with current medical students. Experts recommend that prospective students use this time to ask the current students questions about coursework and campus life, reports U.S. News & World Report. This helps prospective students learn the style of curriculum used at the school, such as lecture-based or hands-on, to determine if the school is a good fit. Candidates can also determine whether the students are happy with their school or if they seem overly stressed.