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Medical Interviews (Third Edition): A comprehensive guide to CT, ST & Registrar Interview Skills - Over 120 medical interview questions, techniques and NHS topics explained

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Traditional panel interviews are less common these days, with only a handful of universities (eg: Oxbridge, UCL etc.) leaning in its favor. They offer a more stereotypical interview experience with each candidate sitting before a panel of assessors for further discourse on their candidature and personal statement. Typically, panel interviews focus more heavily on questions surrounding personal goals and motivations as opposed to general concepts of healthcare provision. Having said this, MMIs and panel interviews have both, in recent times, borrowed from each other in an effort to equalize the interview process. We’ve reviewed each Medical School to bring you information about their interview process. You can get all of our school-by-school interview tips here.

How would you react as medical student if a patient told only you private information and asked you not to tell anyone?To shortlist for interview, Birmingham University gives applications a score based on GCSEs, UCAT score and contextual factors. The weighting is 45% academic, 40% UCAT and 15% contextual. Their MMIs will be taking place in-person for 2024 entry and you can find out more here. Aston University Interview Interview type Medicine interviews at King’s College London take place between November and May, which is one of the longest interview periods of all Medical Schools. They shortlist candidates via consideration of GCSEs, A-Levels, UCAT, Personal Statement and references. Lancaster University Interview Interview type Do you think it should be compulsory for doctors to report to the police if their patients use illegal drugs?

Aston University ranks applicants by academic qualifications and UCAT score to shortlist for interview. Academic qualifications include GCSEs and A-Levels if already taken, and accounts for two-thirds of the overall score. The UCAT score is allocated points, depending on the decile that it falls into. Reflection on life experiences (including work experience, paid employment and personal experience, in and outside health and social care settings)

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This book will help you demonstrate to interviewers that you have an understanding of the less appealing aspects of Medicine, and you can consider how you would potentially deal with them. Gifted Hands – Ben Carson Each station will have a different interviewer so you will have a clean slate for each MMI question. If you mess up one of the stations, don’t let it affect the following stations. Take a deep breath and move on! Kate Granger provides a sobering account of a young Doctor’s experience as a patient with a terminal illness. MMIs require you to work your way around a series of stations, facing a different interviewer with a different question or task at each station. Panel interviews involve a panel of interviewers asking you questions over a longer period of time. This book will give you a stronger understanding of Covid’s impact on the NHS and its staff. This Is Going To Hurt – Adam Kay

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