Medical School Interview Courses

Weekdays vs Weekends

First off - don't worry, there is no difference in content between the weekday and the weekend course. The weekday course is 8 hours over 4 days - Monday-Thursday. The weekend course is also 8 hours - but split into two unique blocks to offer some more flexibility! As long as you sign up for one scenario and one profile block over the course of one weekend, you will have completed the whole course. See below for more details!


Most weeks, there will be multiple classes running at the same time, to be able to offer the smaller class size.

Weekday classes:

Runs every week from mid-October to end of February
  • Option 1:   Mon-Thursday, 2 hours per day (5-7 PM)
  • Option 2:   Mon-Thursday, 2 hours per day (7-9 PM)

Weekend classes:

Runs every weekend from mid-October to end of February. Weekends may seem confusing at first, but it is designed to offer maximum flexibility to our clients. A complete course consists of 1 profile section and 1 scenario section, each 4 hours. You have the choice of when to take those two sections over a weekend:
  • Option 1:   Saturday, Profile & Scenario
  • Option 2:   Sunday, Profile & Scenario
  • Option 3:   Saturday Profile & Sunday Scenario
  • Option 4:   Saturday Scenario & Sunday Profile
As long as you are taking one profile and one scenario section, you will have completed the course!

Estimated COURSE TIMings

Content Timing
Motivation, Work Experience, Volunteering 1 hour
How to structure your answers 1 hour
Duties of a doctor, SJT, Problem solving, SPIES 1 hour
Questions asking for an example 1 hour
Medical Ethics and scenarios 1 hour
Hot topics, health news, NHS issues 1 hour
Role plays 1 hour
Special stations 1 hour


How to Book

In order to complete your booking, you just have to follow a few simple steps:

Step 1: Purchase course credit

First, add the course to your cart and complete the checkout process.


Then, check your email for the course package code!

Step 2: Redeem your credits

NOTE: For WEEKEND courses, please sign up for one SCENARIOS and one PROFILE section!

Once you have gone through the checkout process, you now have credits available! To use those credits, simply:

Click on your date & time of choice


You can choose any of the available dates and times on the calendar.

Redeem package and enter your course code (found in email after purchase)


You can view the dates and times at any time in the process, but you won't be able to reserve your session until after you've completed Step 1.


After your personal statement has been written and submitted and your UCAT/BMAT has been written, the next thing to prepare for is the medical school interview process! Our Medical School interview course is the best medicine interview course in the United Kingdom. It has been running since 2012, receiving outstanding reviews and achieving exceptional results helping students get into medical school. We are limiting the class size to 9 students per course to ensure a personalised and interactive experience online. It comes with the following included:

8 hours of interactive, live online teaching
Comprehensive coverage of all interview question types (motivation, ethics, SJT - duties of a doctor scenarios, reflecting on examples, role plays, NHS insights, giving opinions, hot topics and special stations)
“Hot seat” practice & coaching - Test your interview skills! Answer and get individual feedback on 4 to 6 interview questions and observe many more
• Dedicated hour on how to structure your answers & performing well in online interviews
• Automatic access to the base version of our self-study Medical School Interview Course
        • >4.5 hours of on-demand video teaching
        • Winner of 2019 Best Digital Innovation for Learning
        • Access to virtual teaching notes (equivalent to approx. 50 pages)
• Covers MMI (multiple mini interview) & Panel interview question style
• Continued Support, written feedback & school-specific tips after the course via email


This medicine interview prep course is ideal for students preparing for medical school or dental school interviews. We do not expect any prior preparation or knowledge before attending the interview course, but of course, if you have done a bit of reading and practice, then you get even more out of the sessions. 

Almost all of our students start their interview preparation with this 8-hour small-group interview course. It is usually followed by attending either a mock MMI circuit, a mock panel interview or interview coaching. If you plan to do only one of the above, we highly recommend you choose this interview course: this is where students improve their interview delivery skills the most. The mock MMI circuits and mock panels are more suited to students who have already come to this course, or are nearly ready and want realistic practice with past questions from the schools. 

By the end of the course, you should expect to have a great understanding of how to approach all question types, have a clear assessment of your strengths and weaknesses when answering interview questions and an overview of all the knowledge required for topic-specific scenarios. All of this means that, whether you’re about to encounter a traditional interview or an MMI circuit, you will walk into that interview room confident and prepared for what’s about to come!



  • We offer a friendly and comfortable small group setting. To facilitate that, all cameras are on at all times, and we make sure each session involves everyone. We have allotted time for each participant to speak about what they are looking for in the course, and within barely half an hour, it will start to feel like you know your classmates.
  • We are the only course in the UK that balances learning with actual practice built into our teaching.
  • We use quizzes, breakout rooms and our online interview resource centre to make full use of technology in improving the learning experience.


  • This is usually the first session of the course and ensures that all the most commonly asked questions regarding your motivation to study medicine are covered.
  • We tackle Why Medicine of course, but also Why a particular medical school, other typical questions related to your experiences and realistic insights into some of the challenges of life as a doctor.
  • Everyone will get to practice a full mock question with feedback, on top of being taught on all the questions covered.


  • This is usually the second session of the course and arguably the most important one of the day. We have developed a unique approach to questions at theMSAG after our long years of experience and let you in on our secrets. We cover how to ace questions asking you for an example as well as other types, such as questions asking for an opinion.
  • You will learn frameworks and ideas for all your introductions and conclusions.
  • We also cover some of the unique aspects to think about when interviewing online vs in person.


  • Roughly 90% of all interview questions test your understanding of the duties of a doctor, in one way or another. They may ask you for examples of times when you demonstrated certain qualities (like teamwork), when you saw doctors demonstrate those qualities or give you scenarios and ask you to prioritise or how you would approach the situation.
  • In this section, we first teach the critical knowledge you must have on good medical practice. We make sure that you have a good understanding of what you are tested on, how you are tested on it and teach you a great structure to approach all situational judgement scenarios.
  • You also get the opportunity to practice answering some scenarios using the new structure and receive advice on how to improve your answers.


  • This is a practice and coaching session. You will each have the opportunity to practice the structures taught earlier in the course and receive feedback on how you are doing with tips to improve.
  • For each question, the full group is taught on things to do and not to do to continue building your skills.


  • Most interesting session - focused on structuring your answers to ethical scenarios and practising them together.
  • It will start with an overview of the knowledge, but not much time is spent on this as we give you full access to videos and text with all the summarised knowledge for free in our online interview resource centre.
  • Instead, we focus on approaching ethical scenarios together, building “ideal” answers and teaching you how to construct these balanced, well-articulated answers on the go, and on topics you may not be very familiar with.


  • Like for most of our content, we give you access to teaching on how to approach role plays for free in our interview resource centre online. The session thus focuses on understanding what examiners look for in role plays and creating a checklist of things that you can do each time to secure those points.
  • You then practice those tips in multiple types of roleplay scenarios and receive feedback from experienced tutors. By knowing how to recognise the kind of roleplay given to you, it allows you to be structured in your approach, as you would any other question type.


  • Half of this session is spent exploring topics that are currently in the news and how you can speak confidently about what you have read recently. We discuss the best sources for hot topic information and how to handle the common follow up questions that you get asked.
  • The second half is dedicated to discussing COVID related or other pertinent NHS questions, making sure we approach the topic from many different perspectives.


  • The content of the special stations is adapted as we hear back from medical schools which special MMI stations they plan to have in their virtual MMI circuit this year. At the moment, we cover a comprehensive approach to:
    • Calculation questions
    • Picture questions
    • Video questions
    • Data interpretation questions

We may add more types or swap some around based on updates from medical schools to make sure you are being prepared for the most relevant stations that you can expect. The teaching on special stations makes this a comprehensive MMI interview course, as well as a panel interview course.


Over the last 8 years, we have an incredible 98.5% success rate. This means that 98.5% of the students who attended our Interview and MMI Courses have later gone on to receive an offer after their medical school interview. Follow in their footsteps and get into the medical school you want! 

Our medical interview courses are facilitated both by experienced medical doctors and senior medical students, who have the benefit of recent medical school interview experience. Additionally, 8 of our facilitators have sat or are currently sitting on interview panels at medical schools all throughout the UK.

trusted by schools


“The students I have spoken to have been very complimentary of your interview course/feedback.”
Paul Medway
Head of Careers & Higher Education at Hymers College


As seen in our core values, our company puts a big emphasis on making the world of medicine as accessible as possible.  We work towards that goal by providing financial aid and full scholarships for all of our products and services. 

If you need financial assistance, please send an email to and we will get the process started!


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