Structured practice can breathe vitality in your application and solidify your acceptance
Direct your application and take control of your chance to demonstrate passion, a vibrant personality, an ability to contribute on campus, and growth from past mistakes.
- Summarized talking points of the personal and academic aspects of your background to cover within the interview.
- Active drafting of responses to critical themes of the interview process including:
- Your reasons for pursuing an MD and/or PhD degree
- Your passion for medicine
- Your desires for a specific school
- Your desired impact on campus
- Your goals in the short-term and long-term and what you have done to-date to achieve them
- Your thoughts on medical and healthcare topics
- Your particular strengths and points of development
- Defensive coverage of how to respond to and initiate discussion of blemishes including inconsistent academic performance and poor MCAT scores
- Mock interview conducted by former alumni or student interview which mirrors the conditions and questions/themes given to actual candidates
The interview is your last opportunity to make an impression on the admissions committee and can be the determining factor in your admissions decision.