MMI Medical School Interview Course

2 Mock Interviews, 1 Hour MMI & 4 Hours Small Group Tuition in One Intensive Day

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THE ULTIMATE MEDICAL INTERVIEW PREPARATION SUPPORT

Expert Tutors and the Best Resources Available

If you’re looking to prepare for your Medical School Interview in a short space of time, this course is perfect for you.  You are taught vital techniques and strategies to answer commonly asked interview questions. All teaching is done by senior medical tutors and we limit group size to 8 students so you get all the individual attention you need.

The course includes 2 x 30 minute mock interviews, a full one hour MMI circuit and 4 hours of small group teaching.

intensive interview course

Master the medical interview with expert tips, mock interviews and free resources

MMIs

One hour full round of MMIs to put the skills you will learn into action

Free Medical Interview Ebook

The Ultimate Medical School Interview Guide is a 300+ page book with first hand advice from expert tutors and over 150 past interview questions

Experienced Tutors

Experienced Medical tutors dedicated to ensuring you secure a place at medical school

Ongoing Support

Access to your expert tutor till the day of your medical school interview so you’re never alone or stuck

Full Written Feedback

Detailed written feedback so you can identify and focus on the areas that you need to improve

Small Groups

Small group size so that you get the individual attention you need

2018 MEDICAL SCHOOL INTERVIEW COURSE DATES

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What to expect on the day

Before the Day: Read through your personal statement and bring 4 copies for your mock interviews.

1000 – 1015: Registration

1015 – 1030: Talk: The Key to Interview Success

1030 – 1130: Tutorial: Common Interview Questions

1130 – 1245: Medical Ethics Workshop

1245 – 1330: Lunch

1330 – 1430: 2 x Individual Mock Interviews

1430 – 1530: Multiple Mini Mock Interview Circuit

1545 – 1645: Situational Questions Workshop

1645 – 1730: Debrief and Finish

Please note that exact timings may be subject to change on the day.

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COMMON QUESTIONS

Everyone who attends our course gets an interview preparation guide that consists of strategies for tackling frequently asked questions, how to approach difficult questions, a guide to calculations or advancing arguments and a question bankconsisting of previously asked interview questions.

Medical school interviews are notoriously difficult but they don’t have to be – fortunately, a lot of interview questions are very common and almost always asked e.g. “Why medicine?” or “Why this university?“.  Thus, the students that don’t get in, tend to be the ones that didn’t prepare adequately and were hoping to just ‘wing it’ on the day.

We will spend a significant part of the morning discussing and perfecting your answers to both these questions before moving onto other commonly asked questions like “Why not nursing?” or “Where do you see yourself in 10 years time?“. We will use these questions to introduce you to powerful strategies for approaching new interview questions that you haven’t encountered before. This will provide you a solid framework from which to logically answer unexpected questions.

When it comes to medical ethics, most students usually fall into two categories: one who don’t bother preparing it and the other who read several medical ethics textbooks. Rather counter-intuitively, the second approach isn’t that much better than the first.

At your stage, you just need a simple and basic understanding of the ethical principles and be able to apply them to a variety of scenarios. We will show you several examples of how to tackle ethical scenarios using a fool-proof system to ensure you don’t miss any points or fall into any obvious traps set by the interviewer.

Situational questions are extremely common and chances are that you will be asked one at your interview e.g. Give me a situation when you showed good communication skills. Like the other type of questions asked at medical interviews – there is also a reliable framework that you can use to answer 90% of these questions, that we will teach you. Although some of these questions may appear quite challenging e.g. “What would you do if you found your consultant was smelling of alcohol in the morning?” they are actually very easy once you develop a logical method of approaching them.

You are likely to be given materials (texts, images, graphs, models) to examine and interpret in your interview. These aren’t designed to test knowledge but a test of your ability to think laterally and generate novel ideas. Thus, your tutor will expose you to a variety of unknown materials so that you have a solid framework on how to approach them.

The key to interview success is to know why they are used in the first place; you have to stop treating them as an an annoying barrier that has to be crossed. Instead look at it as an oral exam that tests your communication skills and commitment to Medicine.

Our senior medical tutor discuss what medical schools look for when interviewing applicants – and then teach strategies for demonstrating these qualities.

This is an invaluable opportunity to put everything that you’ve learned into practice. You get two individual mock interviews with different medical tutors. At the end of each mock interview, you are given detailed written and oral feedback along with suggestions for improvement.

An increasing number of medical schools are now using Multiple Mini-Interviews (MMIs). These type of interviews are not anything to be frightened of and if anything – more predictable than the traditional panel interviews. For example, you can guarantee that there will be a station assessing your commitment to medicine and one assessing your awareness of medical ethics. This is your chance to get to experience a full MMI circuit – something no other company out there will do.

Situational questions are extremely common and chances are that you will be asked one at your interview e.g. Give me a situation when you showed good communication skills. Like the other type of questions asked at medical interviews – there is also a reliable framework that you can use to answer 90% of these questions, that we will teach you. Although some of these questions may appear quite challenging e.g. “What would you do if you found your consultant was smelling of alcohol in the morning?” they are actually very easy once you develop a logical method of approaching them.

You are likely to be given materials (texts, images, graphs, models) to examine and interpret in your interview. These aren’t designed to test knowledge but a test of your ability to think laterally and generate novel ideas. Thus, your tutor will expose you to a variety of unknown materials so that you have a solid framework on how to approach them.

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