I am also going through QTC. I much prefer talking to a real person than doing computer based evals like the one I did last year.For me it went like this: I was escorted into a room that contained a desk & computer, with a chair in front of it. The psychologist sat at the computer and started off with some small talk, then went into my military background, then the history of my MH conditions, how I feel now, how work is going, relationships, etc.. It was very conversational but she was obviously hitting certain wickets. It was not unpleasant, the only odd thing is divulging your issues and life story to a doc that is not there to treat or help you. Overall, it was not a bad experience. I saw a civilian doc through QTC.
Some of it was just general background information, family history, where I grew up and that sort of thing. Then they asked more specific questions, such as do I have suicidal thoughts, any compulsive behavior, am I able to maintain relationships, how often do I have anxiety attacks, etc. Like I said, it felt a lot like they were reading questions direct from the 70% rating list. I did my best to answer them in line with that rating, but guess I will find out when my proposed ratings come in. Hope this helps.If you don't mind, what did they ask? I looked through the DBQ and it really didn't seem to have much. I go to my appointment next week and want to be prepared.