Graduate Medicine Interview training

Graduate Medicine Interview training

Congratulations on getting to the final hurdle!


You have navigated through the process of choosing your uni and course for your first degree, maximising your GPA, got through the GAMSAT and submitted an acceptable portfolio where needed. Interview performance is now the only thing between you and your dream.

You have come to the right place: MedEntry has trained over 20,000 doctors to get through the complex medical admission process.


The general format of interviews for Medical Schools that require an interview are provided below:
Please note that unis may change the format at short notice, so the information given below is only a general guide. Most interviews are in the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) format.


  • Australian National University (ANU) Medical interview (MMI):

    There are usually 6 stations and two panel interviews. 5 mins at each station with one minute between stations. The prompt for the station will be inside on the table. Stations cover questions on topics such as ethics, motivation (in panel format for 10 mins), current health issues, behavioural questions, roleplay, practical tasks etc.
  • Deakin University Medical interview (MMI):

    There are usually 11 stations including one rest station. 5 mins at each station with two minutes between stations. The prompt for the station will be inside on the table. Stations cover questions on topics such as ethics, current health issues, and roleplay, etc.
  • Flinders University Medical interview:

    This is a panel interview for approximately 50 minutes plus a presentation for 10 mins. A whiteboard is available for presentation. Questions cover topics such as ethics, current health issues, motivation, behavioural questions etc.
  • Griffith University Medical interview (MMI):

    There are usually 8 stations. 5 mins at each station with up to 7 minutes between stations. The prompt for the station will be outside the door. Stations cover topics such as ethics, current health issues, motivation, behavioural questions, practical tasks and roleplay, etc.
  • Macquarie University (MU) Medical interview (MMI):

    There are usually 12 stations including some rest stations. 5 mins at each station with 2 minutes between stations. The prompt for the station will be inside on the table. Stations cover topics such as ethics, current health issues, behavioural questions, and roleplay, etc.
  • University of Melbourne (UniMelb) Medical interview (MMI):

    There are usually 8 stations plus some rest stations. 5 mins at each station with one minute between stations. The prompt for the station will be inside on the table with broad outline of the topic on the door outside. Stations cover topics such as ethics, motivation, current health issues, behavioural questions, de-technicalisation, etc.
  • Monash University Medical Interview (MMI):

    There are usually 8 stations plus some rest stations. 8 mins at each station with 2 minutes between stations. The prompt for the station will be outside the door as well as inside on the table. Stations cover topics such as ethics, current health issues, empathetic reasoning, etc.
  • University of Notre Dame (UND) Medical interview (Sydney/Fremantle) (MMI):

    There are usually 7 stations plus some rest stations. The prompt for the station will be inside the room on the table. There will be 2 mins to read the scenario and 6 minutes to answer the questions. One minute is given to move to the next station. Stations cover topics such as ethics, motivation, current health issues, behavioural questions, role play, discussion of portfolio etc.
  • University of Queensland (UQ) Medical interview (MMI):

    There are usually 8 stations plus some rest stations. The prompt for the station will be outside the room. There will be 7 minutes to answer the questions. Two minutes is allocated to move to the next station. Stations cover topics such as ethics, current health issues, behavioural questions, etc.
  • University of Sydney (USYD) Medical interview (MMI):

    There are usually 5 stations plus some rest stations. The prompt for the station will be outside the room. There will be 7 minutes to answer the questions. Two minutes is allocated to move to the next station. Stations cover topics such as ethics, current health issues, behavioural questions, etc. Although there was no interview in 2020 due to the pandemic, it is expected that interviews as part of overall assessment will recommence in 2021.
  • University of Western Australia (UWA) Medical interview (MMI):

    There are usually 8 stations plus some rest stations. The prompt for the station will be outside the room. There will be 6 minutes to answer three questions. Three minutes is allocated to move to the next station. Stations cover topics such as oral presentation, trustworthiness, motivation, working with others, provision of assistance, values, awareness of social diversity, self-awareness etc.
  • University of Wollongong (UoW) Medical interview (MMI):

    There are usually 10 stations plus some rest stations. The prompt for the station will be outside the room as well as inside on the table. There will be 8 minutes to answer the questions. Two minutes is allocated to move to the next station. Stations cover topics such as ethics, current health issues, behavioural questions, issues from your portfolio etc.

Graduate Medicine Interview training

$890

Each session is One-on-One and includes a mock interview and feedback session, and runs for approximately two hours.