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Medical School Interview Tips: Questions about Structure, Admissions

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The medical school interview and structure is discussed in these Gold Notes for Medical School Admissions. Advice from the author of The Gold Standard MCAT and former member of med school admissions committees. Relevant for the US, Canada, Australia, Ireland and the UK.

Medical School Interview – part 2

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The following video series includes two full length medical school interviews highlighting some of the more common questions asked to applicants these days.

The individuals in the video were kind enough to allow us to record them for the benefit of everyone else to see and utilize as a gauge for what and how one should and should not respond in an interview.

Part 2 of 4

Dental School Interview Tips and TOP 10 Questions

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Dental school interview tips and top 10 dental school interview questions are what I discuss in this video. I examine three interview tips that will help you during interviews and will even save you money! I also compiled a 'Top 10 Dental School Interview Questions' list from the 7 interviews I went on. These are the high yield questions you'll see come interview day!
Remember to be familiar with your application, ask good questions, be yourself, and have fun!! Good luck!

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3 Interview Tips
1. Use School's Resources
2. Bring a Notebook
3. Rule of 3's

Top 10 Interview Questions
1. Tell me about yourself.
2. Why do you want to be a dentist?
3. Why do you want to go to our school?
4. Strength Question: What have you done to prepare for dental school?
5. Weakness Question: What is something people dislike about you?
6. Shadowing/Dentistry Question: What did you like about shadowing?
7. Ethical Questions: What would you do if you saw a classmate cheat on a test?
8. Future Questions: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
9. Who has influenced you and why?
10. What would you do if you couldn't become a dentist?

Medical School Interview Tips: Attire and Attitude

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The Medical School Interview is discussed with tips on what clothes to wear and the attitude expected when answering questions for this important step to get into med school. Advice from the author of The Gold Standard MCAT and former member of med school admissions committees. This preparation advice is helpful for the US, Canada, Australia, Ireland and the UK.

8 Tips for Medical School Interviews

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Got an interview at a UK Medical School coming up? DON'T PANIC! You're going to be fine – seriously, you're going to nail it.

The trick with interviews is to go in there, be enthusiastic, be confident and don't be put off if it doesn't go as fabulously as you'd hoped. It's normal to be nervous, and as long as you've done your homework (read Tomorrow's Doctors, looked up the course you're applying for and done a decent little bit of work experience), you'll walk it.

If you enjoyed this video on medical school interviews, let us know! We're doing a whole series on medical school admissions. Let us know what else you'd like to see us do next 🙂

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Kool Kats and Sock Hop
Both by Kevin Macleod
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Medical School Interview – part 1

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The following video series includes two full length medical school interviews highlighting some of the more common questions asked to applicants these days.

The individuals in the video were kind enough to allow us to record them for the benefit of everyone else to see and utilize as a gauge for what and how one should and should not respond in an interview.

Part 1 of 4

What I’m Studying & How I’m Preparing for the MCAT

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So here is how I'm studying for the MCAT and what I am using to study! I wish you the best of luck on this test if you are taking it soon and again, if you have any advice for those who have taken it, please comment it down below! I hope you find this video helpful and remember to never give up on your dreams.

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How I got into medical school as a graduate!

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This is my story about how I got into medical school through a rather indirect route. I hope you find it interesting and motivational if you are in the same position as I was when I was trying to apply for medical school!

Jump to:
0:12 Qualification
0:24 GCSEs
0:59 A Levels
2:02 Degree
3:52 Entrance Exam
4:33 Work Experience
7:02 Interview

I've had a few requests from people asking how exactly I got into medical school, i.e. what were my grades, work experience, interview and entrance exams so here it all is! This is all me.

In terms of my grades I am probably not the most outstanding candidate as you will see, BUT medical schools are looking for a lot more than just grades now. They want an all rounded individual and that is certainly what I am!

If you feel like giving up applying for medical school, I hope my story is inspiration for you to keep carrying on with it all. By no means was it easy. I worked my arse off, and I worked harder in the four years between graduating and starting medical school than I ever had in my entire life to make sure I got in! Keep going, if I can do it then so can you.

Good Luck!

Medical School Interviews (2nd Edition). Over 150 Questions Analysed. Includes Multiple-Mini-Interviews (MMI) – A Practical Guide to Help You Get That Place at Medical School. [Paperback]

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