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Memorial’s Faculty of Medicine uses two interviews to assess each applicant.
- The composition of the interview is:
- One 30-minute two-person panel traditional interview, designed to get to know the candidate via topics like decision making, life experiences, interactions with others, and future goals, and;
- Eight (6-minute) multiple-mini interview (MMI) stations. The MMI scenario is provided to the applicant asynchronously and their response is recorded for view by an assessor.
Your friend tells you that he wants to take an "Introduction to Spanish" course to boost his GPA even though he is a native Spanish speaker. Native speakers are not allowed to take the course. What do you tell your friend?
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What health issue within our province are you most passionate about? Why?
What is your greatest strength and greatest weakness? Which one is more important to you?
Systemic issues exist in the provincial health care system. Discuss one of them and how you would address it.
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