Key Qualities

Medical school interviews can vary a lot. However, the qualities which interviewers are looking for in applicants remains fairly consistent and it pays off for candidates to make sure they understand these qualities and try to show them as much as possible when answering questions. Some of the key assets that interviewers are looking for in candidates are listed here: Diligence and Consciousness, Integrity and Ethics, Empathy, Ability to handle stress, Realistic ideas of the challenges of practicing medecine, Intelligence and reasonning abilities, Scientific aptitude and interest, Maturity and personal insight, Teamwork and Leadership.
All these key qualities are discussed in our Medical Interview Course.