All Cambridge University interviews for 2022 entry and 2023 deferred entry will be online this year. Cambridge has said that all students will receive an invitation explaining how the online interview works and how their lecture platform will be used to conduct the interviews. Read on for our tips on the Cambridge online interview.
Finding work experience isn’t hard, but making sure it’s relevant is much harder. University careers are incredibly competitive and demonstrating real-world experience and industry knowledge is a great way to stand out and show your passion for your chosen career. To help you in your university admissions process, we explain what counts as relevant and beneficial work experience.
Even in 2021, there is a myth that only privately educated students belong at Oxbridge. No matter who you are, the transition from school to university is both exciting and nerve-wracking. For public school students, the prospect of going to university – particularly to a socially accepted ‘good’ university, such as Oxbridge or a Russell Group – has its own set of challenges.
Problem-based learning (PBL) is used by many medical schools as a teaching style. However, PBL stations are used even if the university is not strictly a PBL institution. Sometimes it is used exclusively; sometimes it is used in conjunction with other teaching methods, such as an integrated course. PBL offers advantages that suit the learning styles of some students.
Application of the four pillars of ethics in a medical ethics interview. The four pillars of medical ethics underpin the moral compass under which medical professionals should work. They will be discussed here in the context of medical ethics interview questions.
The junior doctor contract is a very likely topic to crop up during your medical interviews or MMI. It’s something that will greatly affect your future as a doctor and show a good understanding of the trials and tribulations of becoming a doctor in the UK. It’s had a lot of coverage in the UK with debates and strikes within the NHS; here’s our (kind of) simplified guide to the whole issue.
In a tizzy over your wardrobe choices for interview? Calm down! You’re not the only one.
Every year, the question “When are medical school offers sent out?” is asked. To help students wondering when their medical school interview invitation or medical offer/decision should be made by, we’ve created the table below using historical data from past students and information from the universities themselves!
Multiple Mini Interviews (aka MMIs) are a fairly recent edition to the medical school admissions process. They’re a great way for the medical school to test a wide range of skills in a more creative way. Here we look at what they are, and some types of MMI interview questions that might come up.
One of the differences in the ways which Oxford and Cambridge run their interview processes is in the number of interviews and when they take place. This is because the collegiate system, and more specifically the “pooling” system. It operates differently between the two universities and if candidates interviewed at both, they would notice the distinction.
Oxbridge Interviews are hard to prepare for! Fortunately, sample Oxford Interview questions can help you get started. Today we take you through how to use Oxford sample Interview questions to best prepare and practice for the Interview.
You’ve done it, you’ve secured your interview for dental school. You’re at the last hurdle. But what happens now? How do you prepare?
All about MMI role-playing scenarios. The MMI sessions are a series of “multiple mini-interviews” that more than half of the country’s medical schools now use for their selection processes. While all the stations are different from each other, some of these interviews are based entirely on the MMI role-playing scenarios.
What are the Cambridge Medicine interview statistics? As one of the world’s top universities, Cambridge demands exceptional standards from its applicants. Medicine at Cambridge is no different, and competition for a place is fierce. Let’s take a look at some of the Cambridge medical interview statistics: ….
For starters, what is an MMI interview? How does it work? An MMI, or Multiple Mini-Interview is a style of interview where the candidate, rather than receiving one long interview, undergoes a series of much smaller interviews in rapid succession. This is good for many reasons. It diminishes the influence of individual interviewers, and is…