Interviews are a very important part of the application process. It means the medical school feels your application is up to their standards and now they want to meet you. Now it's about fit. Are you the right 'fit' for our school? It's your opportunity to interview the school as well. Can you imagine yourself here? This is the fun part of the application. It's an opportunity for you to have fun and be yourself. You do need to prepare for the day, however. You need to research each school and understand their interview format. Below are links to help you prepare for the types of questions you might be asked and also the format used: traditional, one on one, group interviews or MMIs. 

 

Interview Resources

 

Johns Hopkins has great resources on interviewing and understanding MMI format.

Preparing for the Medical School Interviews from the AAMC.

Preparation Sheet for Interviews from AAMC.

35 Questions I Wished I Asked from AAMC.

What It's Like to Participate in MMIs from AAMC.

Ask the Experts: Preparing for Interviews from the AAMC.

Maintaining Professionalism throughout the interview from the AAMC.

 

MMI Resources (Multiple Mini Interview)

 

From NYU. What to Expect during MMIs. 

How to Prepare for MMIs from Carleen Eaton, MD

Johns Hopkins has great resources on interviewing and understanding MMI format.

Understanding CASPer.  It's a personal characteristic test used in the evaluation process. NY Medical College and Rutgers uses this as a tool during the application process.

Tips from Ohio State Associate Dean on interviewing 

Myths and Misconceptions about MMIs

Sample Scenarios. Although its from a Canadian perspective, the questions are still excellent. 

10 Sample Station questions. Good to use when practicing with someone who is not familiar with the MMI format. Just follow the prompts.