A mock circuit of the types of stations you will be interviewed at in the real thing, designed by medical professionals.
Tackle eight scenarios as a team leader and then observe whilst your partner leads on eight different scenarios. Learn from your teammate and experience additional questions.
Become immersed in role play settings where you will be assessed on challenging areas which real doctors have to deal with, such as ethical descisions and changes with in the NHS.
Intensive, realistic practice MMI interviews that closely mirror the real thing. All of our interviews are conducted by experts with medical degrees.
Take away both verbal and written feedback, to provide direction for your further interview preparation at home.
Receive a full brief on the structure of MMI interviews and a guide on how to get the most out of your day.
Ethics form the basis of all good medical care. Trust, accountability, mutual respect and fairness are crucial skills for any doctor to have.
The challenges faced by the NHS in providing free healthcare are often related back to ethical debate. A good knowledge of the monetary and governmental pressures on our healthcare system is key for medical school applicants and something examined more and more often at interview.
Doctors must protect human rights and dignity even when faced with practical difficulties. Our circuits test you on this key aspect of becoming a doctor, providing you with situations in which a clear course of action might not always be obvious.
Good communication skills are vital in maintaining good doctor-patient relationships, so we have ensured these are rigorously examined as part of our courses.
Telling a patient that something unfortunate has happened requires tact and sensitivity, and is often as emotional an experience for a doctor as a patient. Honing this skill early in your medical application will serve you well in your interviews and later career.
It is key to be able to convey a complaint to a patient without using medical jargon or oversimplifying the condition. We test you verbal and non-verbal (posture, facial expression and eye contact) explanatory skills at several of our stations.
The ability to analyse the information presented to you in any given situation, and thus make an informed decision or find a correct solution is a necessary skill for a medical professional.
On a daily basis, on wards and in examinations, medics encounter clinical data. Our course helps you hone your skills for data-based interview problems.
As part of our MMI day, we assess your ability to define a problem, determine the causes, come to a reasonable conclusion and take action.
Date: Sunday 30th November
Location: Central London
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