1. Investigating the Reliability of the Medical School Admissions Interview
The fairness of using the interview as a highly influential component of the admission process is called into question.

2. Reliability and Validity of Admissions Tools Used to Select Students for the Health Professions
Pre-admission overall grade point average is the best predictor of academic performance in all of the health professions. The MCAT is a good predictor of performance of medical students in terms of in-course grades and licensing examination scores but a similar test does not exist in the other health professions. Controversy remains as to the value of personal interviews and written submissions as selection tools.