Get preview-access for as low as $25

Review all learning content with lowered prices.

See pricing
130+ practice questions for 2024

Big list of public MMI questions

Practice for your interview with a bigΒ list of sample questions - all for free. Start practicing now.

We reimagined a fantastic resource.

Videoath Verified.

We routinely check on our resources to ensure they're up to date and continue to be a good reference.

Trusted by 6751 others.

You're in good company. We update this counter to let you know who else completed the prompt.

Review Peer Responses

Preview de-identified and anonymized peers interview responses, providing a rich source of inspiration and insights to refine your own answers.

General Breakdown

Offers an in-depth analysis of interview prompts, providing critical insights such as difficulty level, competencies assessed, and strategic tips. Coming soon!

Expert Response

Watch and learn from experts. Coming soon.

Response Walkthrough

Step-by-step review of good, better, and excellent responses so you know exactly what parts of your responses get you a higher score. Coming soon.

Aggregate Response Score

Compare your response to 100s of peer responses. Β Coming soon.

Score Breakdown

See how prompts are broken down and reviewed across 1000s of applicants. Coming soon.

Keyword
Clear all
Number of peer responses
Clear
0
50
Difficulty
Clear
Difficulty
Category
Clear
Category
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.
Tag
Showing 0 of 100
Plan Add-ons

Deterrent Fees (Knowledge of the Health Care System) Recently, the Prime Minister of Canada raised the issue of deterrent fees (a small charge, say $10, which everyone who initiates a visit to a health professional would have to pay at the first contact) as a way to control health care costs. The assumption is that this will deter people from visiting their doctor for unnecessary reasons. Consider the broad implication of this policy for health and health care costs. For example, do you think this approach will save health care costs? At what expense? Discuss this issue with the interviewer.

Add-ons
Plan Add-ons
Try prompt
Plan Add-ons

Imagine you are the principal of a full fee paying school. There has been an allegation by members of the public of an incident in a park in which at least two senior students were seen verbally abusing a young person with intellectual impairment for the amusement of the group and other students. Two final year students are attending a hearing with you (their principal) to explain their actions in the incident. What are the issues that you (the principal) are likely to consider?

Add-ons
Plan Add-ons
Try prompt
Plan Add-ons

Your friend is of Chinese descent and fluent in Mandarin. You both want to get into medicine. She registers for Mandarin 101, a course in Chinese language for beginners. The course coordinator asks that students who can already speak just a little bit of Mandarin should leave because this is a course for beginners. Your friend remains but makes a sufficient number of deliberate mistakes in the classroom discussions, in the required homework and in the examinations that she will not be detected and yet still receive an excellent grade. What would you do in this situation?

Add-ons
Plan Add-ons
Try prompt
Plan Add-ons

A high school student has to choose between two colleges. The student had several friends who were similar to himself in values and abilities at each school. All of his friends at school A liked it on both educational and social grounds; all of them at school B had deep reservations on both grounds. The student visited both schools for a day and his impressions were the reverse; he enjoyed school B, but had reservations about school A. Dr. James Wanstedt provided a testimonial that school B provides a superior education. Furthermore, the registrar at school B has just released a report claiming that the employment rate for graduates of school B is 93%, 10 percent higher than it was 10 years ago. Finally, an unbiased consumer advocate reports that 98% of the alumni association have indicated that they were happy or very happy with the education they received at school B. Which school should the student choose? Discuss the student's decision with the examiner.

Add-ons
Plan Add-ons
Try prompt
Plan Add-ons

You and 3 friends are watching a 70 yr old man prepare a hot-air balloon. The balloon is ready and the man is holding one of the 5 released anchors ropes that are all 6m long. His 10 yr old grandson is already in the basket. A gust of wind raises the balloon 2m off the ground. The man shouts for help and you and your friends each grab close to the end of one of the other anchor ropes. The balloon raises so high that even though you are holding onto the ropes, you are lifted off the ground to a height of 7m. What would you do in this situation.

Add-ons
Plan Add-ons
Try prompt

Learn from Great Responses

Get more insights. More prompts isn't going to help much. From our data, we know mindless scrolling of prompts isn't helpful.

Learn from Great Responses

Get more insights. More prompts isn't going to help much. From our data, we know mindless scrolling of prompts isn't helpful.
No results found.
There are no results with this criteria. Try changing your search.
6
Personalise your path
Posted on 6 Apr
Weekly Report
Posted on 12 Jun
Progress Bar
50
10%
You earned points ✨
You need more points to do that

Next Steps for You

We concentrate on three key areas: structuring responses for clarity and impact, mastering delivery to communicate with confidence, and effectively tackling a diverse array of prompts to broaden your adaptability. Each step is a building block towards a more polished and poised you, ready to face any challenge with strategy and poise.

Watch

Interviewer Experience

10 mins

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.

Perform

Early Diagnostic MMI

15 mins

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.

Access

Guidance and Feedback

3 mins
+30% score
50 Reviews

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!

Instructions
To edit this component you must:
  1. Add the z-index-3 class to the layout416_card card-[number]. This makes it possible to see and edit a specific card.
  2. Make sure you delete the z-index-3 when you finish.
Get on track

Feedback Mode:Β Accelerated Success

3 mins
+30% score
50 Reviews

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.

Jamie scored your response an 8/10

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 . . .

Feedback Score:Β 4/10

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.

Recommended next steps

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.
‍

Mock Interview Sets

Take on full length tests. Unlock all 3 sets with the Comprehensive Kit.
MMI Set 1

New to interviews? No worries! Our beginner-friendly practice test is your first step toward mastering the real thing. Get a taste of interactive scenarios that help you build foundational skills in decision-making and communication. Consider this your warm-up lapβ€”get started and discover what the interview is all about!

10 Video Response scenarios
8 Typed Response scenarios
MMI Set 2

Familiar with MMIs and interviewing but looking to improve? Our intermediate-level practice set is designed to challenge you just the right amount. Dive deeper into scenarios that refine your existing skills and introduce you to more complex situations. It's your mid-level rehearsal for the big showβ€”take it to the next level now!

10 Video Response scenarios
8 Typed Response scenarios
MMI Set 3

Already an interviewing pro? Our advanced practice set is your final dress rehearsal before the grand performance. Tackle intricate scenarios that demand your best decision-making and communication abilities. This is your chance to fine-tune your skills to perfection. Are you ready to steal the show? Take the advanced test today!

10 Video Response scenarios
8 Typed Response scenarios