You're not the only one. My 3 buddies in my unit are interviewing this week and have had their noses buried in their Stohlting books during their entire 12 hour shifts. The MTSA interview is by far the most intimidating interview I've ever had and they will definitely try to throw you curveball questions. When you go for the interview you get to pick a pt scenario and then that's all you talk about during the interview. It's good that you are studying dopamine, Levo...etc but if the pt in your scenario isn't on one of those drugs than they won't ask you about it. I'm not really sure why they have you list the drugs you use most during the application because they already know what drugs they are going to ask you in regards to the patient scenario you pick. For instance, I put Levo, Dopamine, Milrinone, nitro, and Nipride. My pt was a 54 yom post-op CAB on Epi, Neo, and propofol....so I didn't talk about a single medication that I had mentioned on my application. But even though I didn't mention these medications they still had me discuss Neo all the way down to the cellular level and the effects on the sarcoplasmic reticulum and all that good stuff... Kinda pointless to have you list the meds but it's the way they have been doing it for years. Good luck to you!!!