1on1 Medical School Interview Mock Practice - MMI & Panel
Are you applying for medicine this year or next year?
If you are and would like to know how you can improve your medicine interview, come and join us where we, a group of medical students, will be interviewing and examining you. This will be based on traditional and MMI styles with role-plays and discussions. We will also be giving you constructive feedback with teaching to ensure you learn and know what areas you'll need to improve on. Each session will be conducted by one of our highly selected and trained medical students, whom they will have lots of experience in teaching medicine interviews.
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We will be testing on:
- Integrity (honesty and probity)
- Empathy and self-awareness
- Motivation and commitment to be a doctor
- Compatibility with the MBBS programme
- Teamwork (including leadership)
- Personal organisation
- Persistence and resilience
Come and embrace the challenge.
The event would involve around 2-hour 1on1 teaching and assessment with an experienced tutor who has gone through the interview application process (specifically who has gone through the interview process in their selected area). Your tutor would be assessing you with panel-style questions similar to a panel interview and also a MMI during the first half of the session. It would also come with discussions and roleplays at the second half which would target certain MMI stations. It’s a 1on1 mocking interview practice, so would involve only 1 tutor during the session. The reason for this is to tailor each individual session to your individual needs and weaknesses, focusing on how to improve these weaknesses when you have an interview coming up. This is when practice comes in with a personal tutor/examiner.