Interviews are an important part of the medical school application process. Find out what to expect so you can plan ahead.
How do you be the best you can be on interview day? Sunny Nakae, assistant dean for admissions at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine, discusses four tips to help you interview with confidence.
"Be prepared not only to discuss your motivation for a career in medicine, but also any activities or experiences that are relevant to your goal, and times you have served others," says one expert.
Information and tips to help you prepare for the medical school interview, one of the most important phases of the application process.
The Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) is designed to assess communication skills, specifically verbal and nonverbal skills that cannot be measured by standardized exams or transcripts.
Don't be shy about asking questions! The medical school interview is one of the most valuable sources of information that can help you decide where to matriculate.
One of the most important phases of the application process is your interview. It’s your chance to demonstrate your communication and interpersonal skills, judgment, maturity, and the qualities that are important for a future physician. It’s also your opportunity to see if the school’s learning environment and culture is a good fit for you.