3 Weeks to Interview Ready

Jump into the 3-week mini course to start preparing for your medical school interview. See how far a weekly routine will take you.

Build the skills and confidence to succeed on interview day and as a clinician.
Dedicated to our health care community
We are proudly Canadian 🍁
Course Starts
Anytime
Begin at your convenience, work during the week when you have the time, and see the results.
Time commitment
2 hours/week
We recommend you practice for 2 hours per week to start feeling the confidence boost.
This class is for
Anyone
Whether you're feeling confident or need a booster, this prep course will help fill in the gaps.
this class is
Virtual and Asynchronous
Work on your own pace. Follow the guide below and you will be on your way to be interview-ready.

Easy weekly tasks to keep you on track

Improve your interview skills through practice questions, constant feedback, and in-depth resources.

Flexible

Follow the guide below and take as much time as you need. You can be interview ready in 3-weeks, but it never hurts to practice more! Practice whenever you want, in the comfort of your own home.

Comprehensive

Dive deep into medical resources, learn how to make small talk, conversation, and boost that confidence. The guide below covers every aspect of a good interview.

Community-based

Don’t do it alone! Why practice alone when there are others in the same position. Share the knowledge and level-up with your peers.

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Review Resources

Study up on these resources to help your answers stand out from the crowd

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Self-reflection
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CanMEDS Framework

Familiarize and get comfortable with what the qualities of Canadian physicians and how you can become one. Medical Expert (integrating role), Communicator, Collaborator, Leader, Health Advocate, Scholar, Professional

15 minutes
Test your understanding
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Practice Interview Questions

We’ve sourced questions from the medical community and made them available to try here!

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Have you considered other careers besides being a physician?
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You are a physician and you have been treating a patient in the hospital for several days. How would you handle this situation?
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During your shift, you notice your preceptor is intoxicated. What do you do?
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Get Feedback

After you answer a few interview questions, be sure to send them out for feedback.
Watch Jessica answer this test question. What feedback would you give her?

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Practice Opening Questions

Apart from medical questions, it’s important to review some questions that are just to get to know you as a person.

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There's a saying that "everyone is fighting a battle you know nothing about". What is the hardest thing you're currently going through? Does it affect the people around you too?
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Review Your Target Universities

It’s important to understand how your target universities will approach interviews. We keep this page up to date.

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University of British Columbia

University of British Columbia

Interview Format
MMI
Virtual or not?
Likely virtual
Historic Interview Date
Feb
Learn more
Made for UBC Medicine 💙🍁
Western University

Western University

Interview Format
Panel
Virtual or not?
Likely virtual
Historic Interview Date
Feb to Mar
Learn more
Made for Schulich Medicine 💙🍁
Queen's University

Queen's University

Interview Format
MMI
Virtual or not?
Virtual
Historic Interview Date
Feb to Mar
Learn more
Made for Queen's School of Medicine 💙🍁