@Moshe Three things that I personally looked at during the interview were confidence, eye contact and smiles. We already investigated your full application and know your credentials. If you got your foot in the door this means they just want to meet you and see if you fit into their program. your credentials at that moment don't matter because they want to know if they would be able to get along with you. the worse thing during an interview process is to be unprepared. programs love family oriented candidates and people who are willing to work hard and sacrifice. also if you go into an interview make sure that you know everything about the program. if the program is in a big city, make sure you know about the sports, the food and the communities. I hope this helps. we can discuss more if you have more questions.
@Wasim Hello Wasim, I hope you are doing well. You will probably still need it but I would not recommend using if possible. it is almost 10 years old and programs frown on that. try to use LORs or statements that are most recent max 2 years old because remember you are competing with a lot of new graduates who have everything updated and fresh.
Good luck my friends and God bless