I am going to Lodz in September.
The interview was a cakewalk, really. Drs. M and Kadiyala interview you by phone the first time. They ask some pretty basic questions (why do you want to be a physician?, etc.). They don't rush you and are nice. The whole thing will take around 10 minutes if you're pretty communicative. Who knows how fast it will go if you're less so.
The second interview is with the Dean of the English program and Dr. K. The Dean will ask the same types of questions and it'll be over. No big deal.
Both interviews are merely a gate-keeping exercise so that they can say that they did things in a way reasonably similar to U.S. med schools.
I don't want you to worry about this, but: they'll probably send you a letter saying that you've been waitlisted, and that they'll inform you if a position opens up. I don't know why they do this; but they probably will.
A week or ten days later, however, they'll send you, first, an email saying that you've been admitted. A letter will come in the mail around a week after that saying the same thing (along with "send $750 within 2 weeks" to insure your place).
In short, it is your ability to pay that they're worried about. Everyone I've known of has gotten in. No big deal, really.
A census take tried to test me once...
I ate his liver with some farver beans
and a nice chianti.