Interviews for medical school stress most pre-meds. Many of them don’t know how to prepare and get frustrated when they’re asked questions they were not expecting. They freeze up and feel disappointed after the whole ordeal is through. Luckily, this doesn’t have to be you. I have a few things for you all to check out to ensure that that does not happen to you.
My Best Medical School Interview Articles
I decided to assemble them all of my best advice in one place, so you’ll be better prepared if you have any big interviews coming up.
- “The Medical School Interview Ethics Question: What You Should Say” discusses one of the most stressful question for a pre-med during an interview. It’s a complicated, no less, on a moral dilemma — what would you do in this situation? I have a few pointers to keep in mind.
- “Medical School Interview: Questions and Answers” is a basic Q&A based on questions that I get all the time. Read up on this because these are the basics of what you need to know before the big interview day.
- “Researching the Toughest Med School Interview Questions” gives an idea of how to deal with interview questions that require a tough opinionated answer.
- “Med School Interview Prep — Issues in Health Care” deals with a very common question that is asked at medical school interviews: what is the most significant problem in healthcare and what would you do about it? In this article I give a few pointers on how to quickly browse through articles to prepare for this question (or something like it) before the interview.
What’s the most common question I get asked regarding medical school interview? Without a doubt in mind, “what questions will be asked at the medical school interview?” This is a very broad question, but I created an article that addresses some of the less-serious (and more common) questions that most basic interviews ask in some way or another.
Horror Stories, Tips, and How to “Wow” the Interviewer
I’ve heard plenty of bad interviews and I decided to collect some of these experiences into a few categories so you know how to best deal with them and avoid them. However, although there are common trends in med school interviews, it is best to be fully prepared for anything. Be confident and be honest (and don’t repeat your application word-for-word!).
The most “winning” interviews are enthusiastic and likeable. You can’t simply prepare for every question because this aren’t just answers that you prep for — they are you! You need to be confident in your own shoes and present yourself in an genuine and memorable fashion.
Introducing My Medical School Interview Video Course
Sometimes overconfidence strikes the pre-med right before he’s in those medical school doors. They think they’re in just because they put in a lot of hard work thus far, even though they haven’t even been accepted yet! These pre-meds hope to “wing-it” and end up hating themselves afterwards because a medical school takes preparation — and “winging it” could actually cost you an acceptance letter.
My “Medical School Video Course” will help you prepare and be successful. For $147 (or 6 monthly payments of $25) you can get this entire course which has 19 full videos, a PDF overview of the entire course, real student experiences, and makeshift “Thank You” cards for when the interview is over. Compared to other programs, this is a very inexpensive option. Alternatively, I also have a $5 five-day trial available if you’re interested in seeing for yourself what I’m talking about.
I also offer mock interviews with students that are interested where you can schedule two for $497.
Feel Free to Contact Me!
Although this all the material I have, I’m still available to talk! Any questions you have I will answer best I can. If your question is something I feel is important to the rest of my students, I might even write another article on it! So don’t hesitate to leave a comment on this page or send me an email.