If you make the grades, get a high enough score on the UCAT and write an outstanding personal statement, that’s still not the end of the process. You still have to sit an interview. For many this will be the last part of the application process and their final chance to stand out from other candidates and win a place. Nerves, inexperience or lack of preparation can mean that you don’t perform as well as you’re able. However for those that are ready for it, interviews provide the chance to shine and secure a place at medical school.
We can instruct you on the different types on interview you may come across, from Traditional Interviews to MMIs, both of which are wildly different and require different preparations. We will give you focused training in the key skills you need to impress the interview panel, address the most common concerns and areas of difficulty for candidates, and teach you how to ace the most commonly asked questions so that you can secure your place at medical school.