If you read our previous blog, you know when the invitations will go out... but how much time do you have to prepare before the actual interview? We’ve written this blog to give you a good idea of when your medical school interview may happen. We’ve been in touch with all the medical school admissions committees in the UK, and asked when they’re likely to schedule interviews. Here are the results!
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Now that you have a good idea of the interview timeline, what's next? Time to start your interview prep! It may seem like you have a lot of time, but your interview will be here before you know it. If you need to boost your confidence or get used to the MMI format, check out some options here.
Empathy and sympathy are two words you hear bounded around plenty but what do they each mean and how are they different from one another? This is something which confuses a lot of people and they are often used interchangeably. The reason for this is that they both deal with an individual’s ability to understand the feelings and emotions of another. In this blog post we explore the difference between the 2 and why empathy is so important in medicine.
Whether you are a medicine or a dentistry applicant, you have probably heard of MMIs. You are also probably aware that MMIs are a somewhat new interview method used both by medical and dental schools that have become increasingly popular in the past few years - and at some places, have even replaced traditional panel interviews altogether. In this post, theMSAG dives into what an MMI is and how you can prepare for it!
You have received an invitation to an MMI interview and the last hurdle before the coveted spot in medical school has arrived. If you are unsure of how to start getting ready for your MMI, browse no further, as here we have outlined all the necessary steps to take to ensure you have thoroughly covered all bases and walk in that interview confident and well-prepared.