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There is a tried-and-true method to prepare for any interview. On this page, every step is tailored to medical school interviews. We go deep into the details, including exactly which interview questions to prepare for, and what you should read up on.
While there may be a paucity of information on local medical school interviews (all candidates must sign a Confidentiality Agreement), knowing the essential information is sufficient. No two medical school interviews are alike, anyway.
Generally, medical school interviews come in two forms: panel interview or multiple mini interviews (MMI). A panel interview is simply the traditional format of sitting down facing a panel two or more three interviewers, who will ask you questions. With MMI, you progress through a series of stations, each with different interviewer(s), who will either ask you question(s) or present you with a scenario.
However, I found the medical school interview questions (for UK, US etc) that surfaced from a simple Google search quite informative. There are tons of pages out there, but here are a few of the most comprehensive, top-ranked ones to get you started:
You will notice that in the list of 25 questions, there is no section on medical ethics. This is because this part is better prepared for by reading up, rather than trying to target specific questions.
Regardless, it is still worthwhile to look through what are examples of medical ethics questions that can be asked. This is particularly important for MMI. Some websites also give helpful sample responses. A quick list (some links in the previous section include medical ethics questions as well):
If you just focus your efforts on reading into different aspects of Covid, you will: (1) seem very up-to-date, (2) be able to tackle any medical-related question (more or less), and (3) save loads of time.
Know the four main principles of medical ethics: autonomy, beneficence, non-maleficence and justice. More importantly, understand how they can be applied in ethical dilemmas. This is best achieved by reading sample MMI responses or actual case studies. (This primer on Medical Ethics might be a useful resource.)
This is where you can practise answering the 25 questions, and also bring in the medical ethics questions. One thing I did was to read up on medical ethics, but deliberately avoid looking at some of the medical ethics questions that I had compiled. This was to simulate an actual interview, where I would be hearing (seeing) the question for the first time.
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In 2023, all interviews will be held virtually, consisting of three main question areas. The interview will last roughly 25 minutes, with each section lasting between 5 and 9 minutes. If you have dyslexia, you should update this on your personal page so that your reading time can be increased.
This is a good time to show that you have the skillset, values, and mindset that make a good medical trainee. Try to demonstrate that you are a hardworking, knowledgeable, and competent trainee who can communicate well with both patients and colleagues.
Core training and higher medical speciality training can be incredibly rewarding if you enjoy hospital medicine, managing both acute and chronic conditions, and working through the diagnosis and treatment of medical admissions.
In the clinical scenario question group, you will be given a clinical scenario to read. This will be on common medical conditions such as sepsis, diabetes, and myocardial infarction. You should expect discussions around the following sections:
For the August 2023 start date, IMT interviews will all be held online. The online format is slightly different from face-to-face interviews, consisting of three questions and lasting roughly 25 minutes.
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