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Questions regarding NHS organisations, the way they operate and challenges they face, are common practice during medical school interviews. Potential medical students need to be aware of current issues with the NHS and be able to articulate answers and provide opinions on topical questions. The privatisation of the NHS has been a hot topic of discussion for a while and is a question that could very well come up at your interview, be it panel or an MMI circuit. To find out how to weigh pros and cons and structure your answer, continue reading.
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Questions regarding topical issues related to the NHS are often asked at panel interviews and MMI circuits, as medical schools want to see that you have current knowledge on important topics regarding the country’s health system. Quizzing you on diseases of lifestyle and their impact on society and the NHS, as well as picking your brain about what can be done to solve these issues are common practice and a fair game at med school interviews and you want to be prepared if such a question were to come up. 
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I am currently a graduate entry medical student at Bart’s and The London Medical School. I am in my third year of the four year accelerated graduate entry programme (GEP) course. Before studying Medicine, I completed an undergraduate masters at Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL) in Medical Materials (MEng) and achieved a First class honours degree. In this blog post I share a look into my week as a medical student on placement.
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