Immerse yourself in the interview process by observing two students navigate through questions. Gain insights as you watch a reviewer score and offer constructive feedback, providing a real-world glimpse into the dynamics of interviews. This experience is your window into understanding the intricacies of both questioning and responding, helping you anticipate and prepare for your own journey.
Embark on the quickest route to align your interview skills with your goals through our Calibration Test. Designed like an MCAT diagnostic, this assessment measures your current readiness, helping pinpoint strengths and areas for growth. It's crucial to begin early, treating it as a real interview to yield genuine insights. Respond to typical medical school interview questions and receive a score compared against a vast database of global applicants. This percentile or decile score offers a clear perspective of where you stand. Post-assessment, dive into top-tier answers and feedback from previous years to understand what excellence looks like.
Choose the level of guidance and feedback that suits your preparation style and goals. From initial steps to advanced fine-tuning, we offer a spectrum of support to match your journey. Consider upgrading for bespoke guidance as you progress. Embrace your learning curve by identifying weaknesses and exploring effective strategies. Our team is on standby, ready to propel you forward with tailored advice and comprehensive resources. Dive in, refine your skills, and when ready, reach out for that personalized touch to elevate your journey. Your path to success starts here!
Access concise, written feedback aimed at honing your interview skills swiftly and effectively. Customized to your progress, our guidance helps you quickly achieve your goals and return to your daily life. With each step, feedback adapts to your evolving needs, ensuring every piece of advice propels you closer to success.
You spoke clearly and had a good pacing. I heard a lot of ums in the beginning, so just make sure you practice not using those little words as much as you can. Also, try to show a little bit more enthusiasm so your interviewer knows that you're more engaged in the interview. You were able to identify a strength, a weakness, one is more important, so good job there. When talking about your strength, you did well talking about how you problem-solve on a general level, but your answer would be much more powerful if you could provide a specific example of the time you demonstrated the strength. So you also mentioned your problem-solving is how you live your life . . .
You went deep on where the specific difficulties lie, but I didn't hear anything in terms of how you plan to improve this weakness. A specific plan and example of how you are actively working on your weakness would be again really much more powerful. If you could also tie both of your answers, weakness and strength, into what it means to be a physician or practice as a physician, this would make your overall goal and mindset much more clear. So it's a good start as of now, an overall 4 out of 10, but keep practicing.
Opening Up Prompt: (5min)
Improve speech fluency and minimize "ums" with relaxed yet effective prompts. Regular practice increases awareness and eliminates verbal fillers, making speaking more natural and confident.
Applying Your Experiences to Medicine Course: (30min)
Learn to authentically articulate your journey and its relevance to medicine. This course deepens your understanding of strengths and experiences, aiding in responding to various interview scenarios and aligning with medical school missions.