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MedEntry Medical Interview Training sessions are now available to book!.

The two elements to your medical interview success

This year, MedEntry Medical Interview Training will consist of two parts, in order to provide students with holistic, comprehensive and targeted preparation:

  1. Strategy Day with Dr Ray: in this day-long session, students will learn the strategies needed to excel in medical interviews. The session will cover topics such as how to best present yourself during interviews, how to engage with interviewers and how to answer common and difficult questions. It will be presented by Dr Ray Boyapati, a Consultant Gastroenterologist with 20 years of experience in preparing students for medical interviews.
  2. Tailored Mock Interview: this session will allow students to practice their interview skills in a full-length mock interview. These sessions are specific to the interview for which you have received an offer. You will be asked the questions that will arise in the interview, and will obtain feedback from MedEntry staff on your performance.

In addition, students will obtain access to valuable resources to assist in their preparation for medical interviews, including recommended ‘pre-reading’ and additional university-specific information (including structure, format and practice questions).

Students who have obtained interview offers at multiple universities will be able to purchase additional tailored mock interviews.

Medical Interview Training will take place online

Because of the COVID-19 / coronavirus pandemic, many universities will be conducting medical interviews online in 2020. This is to protect the wellbeing of both interviewers and interviewees.

An online interview is very different to an in-person one. Success requires an understanding of how to best present yourself in a virtual setting.

Therefore, in order to provide students with accurate and safe simulated training, MedEntry’s interview training will also take place online. MedEntry has been running preparation courses online for many years and has sophisticated technology to ensure that sessions are interactive, engaging, enjoyable, and most importantly, effective.

Should I prepare for my medical interview?

Yes! It is essential that you prepare for medical interviews. They are a crucial, yet often underestimated part of the medical admissions process. In fact, at some universities, once you reach the interview stage, your interview performance is the sole criterion used to offer a place in medical school!

And yet many students do not prepare for medical interviews, either because they do not recognise the importance of medical interviews, or they do not understand how difficult they are. In fact, many students with near perfect ATAR and UCAT scores have missed out on a place in medical school because they have failed to prepare effectively for medical interviews.

For more information, please read our blog:

How will MedEntry Medical Interview Training help me?

MedEntry Medical Interview training sessions will help you in many ways:

  • You will understand the types of questions asked at your specific university interview, and learn how to answer them in an insightful and confident manner
  • You will learn the important elements of interview technique, allowing you to present your ‘best self’ to the interview panel
  • You will receive feedback on your performance from experienced trainers, allowing you to improve before your all-important interview
  • You will learn psychological principles that will be useful throughout your life, for other interviews (including internship and registrar interviews, and other job interviews)

So, what are you waiting for?

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