We ensure that our MMI prep courses are conducted with small groups to give students the personal feedback they require.
Our course prepares medical school applicants to tackle complex ethical issues and scenarios like those set out in the MMI.
We not only ensure that you really understand the different MMI questions that could be asked, but also how you can answer them to the highest standard.
Our MMI prep course is run by specialist Oxbridge graduates.
We carry out our MMI mocks under timed, examination conditions to help students work on the time management skills necessary for the interviews.
Our expert tutors teach you to listen to questions carefully and identify key prompts that should inform your answers.
Our course is delivered by carefully selected and trained tutors from our network of over 2,300 top graduates.
Michael graduated from Cambridge in 2015 with a BA in pre-clinical Medical Sciences and Social Anthropology, and subsequently studied clinical Medicine at UCL. While studying, Michael has worked extensively as a mentor and tutor, with a focus on science and medical school applications. He has run Oxbridge classes at top London schools and contributed several chapters to the DMA book. His interests lie in psychiatry, medical anthropology and public health, and he hopes to combine his clinical practice with involvement in medical education.
Don is a final year medical student, and has mentored with Dukes Education for the past two years. He is currently studying at Imperial College London, where he is undertaking the clinical years of his degree. Previously, Don graduated from Oxford in Medical Sciences. As a mentor, Don has worked on dozens of events to support students to achieve their goal of studying Medicine and becoming a doctor. He is currently exploring a range of specialisms, but is particularly interested in psychiatry.
Practice in simulated MMI circuit
Enjoy a medicine tutorial to support subject knowledge
Listen to a talk from a former medical admissions tutor
Take part in a communications workshop that teaches how to demonstrate knowledge, empathy, and a calm manner.
Understanding what the interviewers are asking of you will be central to your success in the MMIs. The MMI prep course we provide helps students to indentify hints hidden in questions designed to direct the answers given.
Individual MMI must end after the allotted time has elapsed, so good, clear communication is necessary. We teach students to articulate their point effectively within required 7-9 minute slot.
Aspiring medical students should be up-to-date on news about the medical professions and the heath care industry.
Students are taught at our MMI course how to keep current so they have real world examples to inform their judgments on hypothetical scenarios
Pupils that attend our courses learn to consider the real-life repercussions of their suggested interview answers, the hypothetical consequences of which that will be assessed by the interviewers.
Students can easily be taken off-guard when asked to make moral decisions and asked show empathy in front of a panel.
We give students the self-assurance to express their views and feelings confidently on the day of the interviews.
Our prep course helps students to approach ethical problems with a view to outlooks on life
Dukes Medical Applications MMI Prep Day instructs pupils how to succeed at problem solving under pressure. Excelling in a short amount of time is crucial for success at the Multiple Medical Interviews.
We provide long-term support for MMI and traditional interview prep one-to-one, throughout the year. If you would like to know more about how we can support you at this stage in the year, contact our medical application consultants
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