Multiple mini interviews 2018
So I have just read that the school I applied for will now be having multiple mini interviews for fall 2018 admission. These are about 10, 5 minutes interviews that will test different characteristics they want to see in you. Every session will have 2 minute prep time right before. If anybody has done or will have this type of MMI, how did you or have you prepares for them?? This isn't your standard 30 minute face to face interview but was described to me like if you're acting.
Thread Starter Mature student.. Long road to psychiatry training Follow 17 minutes ago 17m ago Hi all This is my first post on the student room, however have read lots of posts about maure students applying for medicine. I guess I am here in the hope of being told my goals are realistic....I am aware ...
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