Medical School Interviews

All UK medical schools (with the exception of Edinburgh) interview prospective medical students. The purpose of a medical school interview is to allow the interviewer to find out more about you as a person and your dedication to Medicine. Of course, they will also want to try and judge whether you would be a suitable fit to their medical school and be able to thrive there.
There are three different main types of medical school interview: the traditional style of interview, the Oxbridge-style interview, and the more recently introduced Multiple Mini Interviews or MMIs.

Our resources are based on our annual research into the interview process, and the Downloads provide lists of real past interview questions along with practical workbook-style guides to help you prepare. It’s all completely free, so have a browse and we hope you find them useful!

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We are passionate about providing personal support for every applicant who needs it. If you would like guidance to help you answer your questions, contact our in-house medical admissions consultants to talk them through:

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