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Application Guide 2023: 


Ultimate MMI Medicine Interview Questions Guide for 2024 entry

<p class="font_8"><a href=""><strong>Dr Akash Gandhi &amp; Adam Mallis</strong></a></p>
<p class="font_8">Medicine Admissions Experts</p>

Dr Akash Gandhi & Adam Mallis

Medicine Admissions Experts


Interviewing for medical school can be a daunting prospect. For many candidates who may never have experienced a formal job interview, it can be your first interview in this style. For that reason, it’s important to make sure that you know exactly what to expect going in so that you can prepare as thoroughly as possible.

Many medical schools use the interview as their final ‘test’ before deciding whether to make you an offer. At this point they’ve seen your grades, medicine personal statement, UCAT score or BMAT score - so it is crucial to perform as well as you can.

In this guide, we detail some of the best ways that you can prepare for your MMI medicine interview and give you some of our top tips and advice for how to structure your answers to each type of interview question. How you use it is up to you! You can read through it in order, or pick which pages are most applicable to you and study those first.

If you’re looking for some extra help with your medicine interview preparation, then contact us here at TheUKCATPeople. We offer a variety of packages of interview coaching sessions and mock interviews for every medical school in the UK, and many abroad. Our expert tutors have years of experience and can offer you personalised feedback and goals that will help you ace your interviews and secure offers.


What will medicine interviews look like in 2023?

Due to the covid-19 pandemic, many medical schools will be conducting their interviews online this year. Some of these online interviews will be very similar to in-person interviews, however, some could be in a slightly different format. 

Be sure to check out the individual websites of different medical schools for updates, as they will release information closer to interview season when they know more, until then we would recommend practising for both panel and MMI interviews