Medical School Online Interview Course Overview
Preparing for interviews for Medical and Dental school can be tough. Not only is it hard to find the right information, but you may not have much time between exams or work. You want to ace your interview, but you may not feel comfortable practising questions with others. Or you may want some more help before you start forming your answers.
Well, let us be your guide.
How to prepare for your medical school interview?
The key to good interview preparation is to:
- find out more about the interview process and type of medical school interview you will be having (e.g. panel interview or MMI stations)
- learn about the common questions that medical school applicants are asked
- formulate your answers, supporting each statement with an example based on your own personal experience
- and finally, practice!
Which is why we have created theMSAG Online Interview Course. Each 10-20 minute video is created and filmed by our team of doctors and covers in depth what you need to know and how to approach the different types of MMI stations to help improve your performance in medical or dental school interviews.
What to expect from our Medical Online School Interview Course:
Our online course offers access to 3.5 hours of interactive footage. With our question bank from medical schools around the UK we have created a course that covers all the topics and medical school interview questions and answers you need to know.
All the topics covered in the medical School Online Interview Course:
- How to structure your medical school interview answers | Questions asking for an opinion
- How to structure your medical school interview answers | Questions asking for an example
- The 4 Medical Ethical Pillars
- Capacity, Consent and Confidentiality in health care
- Abortion Debate
- Should Euthanasia be legalised? | How to answer the question?
- The structure and role of the NHS
- Should we privatise the NHS | How to answer the question?
- What are the biggest health care challenges facing the UK?
- How can we tackle the obesity epidemic in health care?
- Preparing for data interpretation questions
- Preparing for the calculation station
- Preparing for the role play station
- Breaking bad news
- Giving an explanation
- What memorable learning can you take from your volunteer work experience?
- Understand the Key Duties of a Doctor according to the GMC
- Why do you want to be a doctor?
These courses are designed to help you improve your communication skills by teaching you how to structure your medical school interview answers to the various types of questions you will encounter in your interview.
These are high-quality videos with real doctors and real interview experts. The Medical School Interview Course was created by doctors who have over 15 years of combined experience. In addition to working in a career in medicine, our instructors have worked as admissions tutors, developed interview question banks, sat on university panels as a faculty member, worked as medical educationalists and much more!
Unlimited playbacks and mobile responsive:
Each module offers unlimited replays with flexible playback features which allows you to learn at your own pace and track your progress, to make it a more personalised learning experience.
The course is professionally filmed for a better learning experience and is fully mobile and tablet responsive, so you can access the videos from anywhere.
Meet theMSAG Online Interview team:
Dr Rony Sanyal is the Online Interview Course Manager at theMSAG. He is currently a GP specialty trainee. He works in the city of Birmingham. He sat on the interview panel as a faculty member for MMI stations at the University of Nottingham.
Dr Kate Drewek, our Interview Course Manager, is a paediatrics trainee working in London. She has 2 years of experience in organising and leading our successful courses across London, Birmingham and Manchester. She is a trained MMI interviewer for St George's University.
Dr Paul Grant is a Health Technology Consultant and Medical Educationalist and works as a faculty member at Brighton and Sussex medical school. He is one of our guides for interview courses and MMI circuits. He has carried out interviews for doctors and medical students at all career stages.
Dr Hannah Pierce is an expert in Medical Education having completed a masters degree in this topic area at Keele University. She is currently a clinical teaching fellow in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and is one of the leads at theMSAG interview courses.
Dr Ashish Mandavia is the Products and Services Director of theMSAG. Having trained at Bristol Medical School, he sat on the interview panel at the University of Bristol for 2 years. He has completed his foundation training in hospitals across London.
Dr Hrush Vyas is a F2 doctor in Birmingham with a clinical interest in Anaesthetics. Having trained at the University of Birmingham, he sat on the interview panel at the same university. He is one of the leads at theMSAG courses.
Mr Jasen Soopramanien is one of the Personal Statement managers at theMSAG. He is a fourth-year medical student at King's College London. He has 2 years of experience as one of the guides on our interview course.
Miss Manushri Jain is a final year medical student at the University of Birmingham. She is one of the Personal Statement managers at theMSAG. She has 2 years of experience as one of the guides for our courses.
Mr Graeme Larkin is a senior policy advisor in medical education for the British Medical Association. He is an experienced MSAG guide on our interview courses and our in-house expert on the latest updates for the NHS.
Mr Laksh Soni is a fourth-year medical student at King's College London. He is one of the leads for our courses and he is the MMI circuit manager for theMSAG.
Other medical school interview resources:
Want to learn and improve your medical school interview answers in a classroom setting? Sign up for one of our full-day Medical School Interview Courses. Our courses are offered in London, Birmingham, Bristol and Leeds so you have plenty of options to choose from!
If you are wanting to focus on MMI (multiple mini interviews) sign up for our half-day MMI Circuit Course. Get ready to ace your multiple mini Interview by taking the MSAG’s MMI course!
Do you prefer a more personalised one-to-one approach when preparing for your med school interview answers? Our Medical School Interview Coaching allows you to work alongside experienced doctors and medical students to help you ace the medicine interview!
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