Medicine Interview Coaching

We have over 14 years of experience in mentoring, public speaking, and the medical school admissions process. We have helped over thousands of aspiring medical students successfully enter the medical schools of their choice. Book a session with our medicine interview tutors.

 Why medicine

✔ Why not another course

✔ Training Pathway of a British Doctor

✔ The Multidisciplinary Team

✔ Emotional intelligence (mmi Station)

✔ Clashes of personality (mmi Station)

✔ Leadership & Teamwork

✔ Time Management

✔ Biggest weaknesses (catches students out) 

✔ Reflective Thought

✔ Body language

✔ Rate & Tone

✔ Mirroring Posture

✔ Clarity of Articulation (mmi Station)

✔ Minimising Jargon/Waffle

✔ How to use words you don’t understand

✔ Breaking bad news (MMI Station)

✔ Communicating your thought process

✔ Active Listening

✔ Personal Statement Driven Q’s

✔ Stretching A-Level / IB knowledge (oxbridge)

✔ Coping with demands of medical degree

✔ Work ethic

✔ Self-directed learning

This section deals with questions that seem unrelated, may cause you to fluster and lose your focus or train of thought. These are a common reason why students fail their interviews.

✔ Applied knowledge

✔ Curveball questions: 1 (catches students out)

✔ Curveball questions: 2 (catches students out)

✔ Difficult interview techniques

✔ Example of curveball Q: If you could be a medical instrument, what would you be and why?

It is quite likely you will get an MMI station which focuses on work experience and you need to be able to draw on what you have done and go beyond what you have already written on your personal statement. This is why we particularly focus on what you have written on your personal statement and ensure we’ve covered all possible questions you will get asked.

Transferrable skills (catches students out)

✔ Reflective Practice

✔ What have you learnt? (core knowledge)

✔ How has it made you better suited to medicine? (mmi)

It is crucial for a medical applicant to have an understanding of the NHS and its structure. You may not know what you want to specialise in, but you should be aware of how GPs link to specialties, and understand the links between the public and private sector.

Infrastructure of NHS

Pressures on NHS (core knowledge)

Privatisation / Funding

Social Care & Equality

COVID (popular mmi topic)

BREXIT

Euthanasia (catches students out)

In this section we tackle the hardest part of the interview - Medical Ethics. We help you integrate terminology such as the medical pillars and GMC Guidelines into your answers as well as showing you how to approach common ethical scenarios such as confidentiality, organ donation and abortion.

The 4 Ethical Principles (core knowledge)

The 3 C’s: Confidentiality, consent and competency

When to break each principle (catches students out)

Religious beliefs and medicine (catches students out)

Abortions

Organ Donation

Do not resuscitate

Safeguarding

Licensing of a British Doctor

Regulatory Bodies

Responsibilities of a Doctor in the workspace

Responsibilities of a Doctor in private

Honesty, integrity & probity (popular mmi station)

 Why medicine

✔ Why not another course

✔ Training Pathway of a British Doctor

✔ The Multidisciplinary Team

✔ Emotional intelligence (mmi Station)

✔ Clashes of personality (mmi Station)

✔ Leadership & Teamwork

✔ Time Management

✔ Biggest weaknesses (catches students out) 

✔ Reflective Thought

✔ Body language

✔ Rate & Tone

✔ Mirroring Posture

✔ Clarity of Articulation (mmi Station)

✔ Minimising Jargon/Waffle

✔ How to use words you don’t understand

✔ Breaking bad news (MMI Station)

✔ Communicating your thought process

✔ Active Listening

✔ Personal Statement Driven Q’s

✔ Stretching A-Level / IB knowledge (oxbridge)

✔ Coping with demands of medical degree

✔ Work ethic

✔ Self-directed learning

This section deals with questions that seem unrelated, may cause you to fluster and lose your focus or train of thought. These are a common reason why students fail their interviews.

✔ Applied knowledge

✔ Curveball questions: 1 (catches students out)

✔ Curveball questions: 2 (catches students out)

✔ Difficult interview techniques

✔ Example of curveball Q: If you could be a medical instrument, what would you be and why?

It is quite likely you will get an MMI station which focuses on work experience and you need to be able to draw on what you have done and go beyond what you have already written on your personal statement. This is why we particularly focus on what you have written on your personal statement and ensure we’ve covered all possible questions you will get asked.

Transferrable skills (catches students out)

✔ Reflective Practice

✔ What have you learnt? (core knowledge)

✔ How has it made you better suited to medicine? (mmi)

It is crucial for a medical applicant to have an understanding of the NHS and its structure. You may not know what you want to specialise in, but you should be aware of how GPs link to specialties, and understand the links between the public and private sector.

Infrastructure of NHS

Pressures on NHS (core knowledge)

Privatisation / Funding

Social Care & Equality

COVID (popular mmi topic)

BREXIT

Euthanasia (catches students out)

In this section we tackle the hardest part of the interview - Medical Ethics. We help you integrate terminology such as the medical pillars and GMC Guidelines into your answers as well as showing you how to approach common ethical scenarios such as confidentiality, organ donation and abortion.

The 4 Ethical Principles (core knowledge)

The 3 C’s: Confidentiality, consent and competency

When to break each principle (catches students out)

Religious beliefs and medicine (catches students out)

Abortions

Organ Donation

Do not resuscitate

Safeguarding

Licensing of a British Doctor

Regulatory Bodies

Responsibilities of a Doctor in the workspace

Responsibilities of a Doctor in private

Honesty, integrity & probity (popular mmi station)

 Why medicine

✔ Why not another course

✔ Training Pathway of a British Doctor

✔ The Multidisciplinary Team

✔ Emotional intelligence (mmi Station)

✔ Clashes of personality (mmi Station)

✔ Leadership & Teamwork

✔ Time Management

✔ Biggest weaknesses (catches students out) 

✔ Reflective Thought

✔ Body language

✔ Rate & Tone

✔ Mirroring Posture

✔ Clarity of Articulation (mmi Station)

✔ Minimising Jargon/Waffle

✔ How to use words you don’t understand

✔ Breaking bad news (MMI Station)

✔ Communicating your thought process

✔ Active Listening

✔ Personal Statement Driven Q’s

✔ Stretching A-Level / IB knowledge (oxbridge)

✔ Coping with demands of medical degree

✔ Work ethic

✔ Self-directed learning

This section deals with questions that seem unrelated, may cause you to fluster and lose your focus or train of thought. These are a common reason why students fail their interviews.

✔ Applied knowledge

✔ Curveball questions: 1 (catches students out)

✔ Curveball questions: 2 (catches students out)

✔ Difficult interview techniques

✔ Example of curveball Q: If you could be a medical instrument, what would you be and why?

It is quite likely you will get an MMI station which focuses on work experience and you need to be able to draw on what you have done and go beyond what you have already written on your personal statement. This is why we particularly focus on what you have written on your personal statement and ensure we’ve covered all possible questions you will get asked.

Transferrable skills (catches students out)

✔ Reflective Practice

✔ What have you learnt? (core knowledge)

✔ How has it made you better suited to medicine? (mmi)

It is crucial for a medical applicant to have an understanding of the NHS and its structure. You may not know what you want to specialise in, but you should be aware of how GPs link to specialties, and understand the links between the public and private sector.

Infrastructure of NHS

Pressures on NHS (core knowledge)

Privatisation / Funding

Social Care & Equality

COVID (popular mmi topic)

BREXIT

Euthanasia (catches students out)

In this section we tackle the hardest part of the interview - Medical Ethics. We help you integrate terminology such as the medical pillars and GMC Guidelines into your answers as well as showing you how to approach common ethical scenarios such as confidentiality, organ donation and abortion.

The 4 Ethical Principles (core knowledge)

The 3 C’s: Confidentiality, consent and competency

When to break each principle (catches students out)

Religious beliefs and medicine (catches students out)

Abortions

Organ Donation

Do not resuscitate

Safeguarding

Licensing of a British Doctor

Regulatory Bodies

Responsibilities of a Doctor in the workspace

Responsibilities of a Doctor in private

Honesty, integrity & probity (popular mmi station)

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Tuition Service

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