8th June 2023
So you’ve made it to the interview stage. Congratulations, just one final hurdle to overcome before you can start your career in medicine.The medical school interview. The format in the UK can vary slightly between universities, but generally, it consists of a panel interview conducted by faculty members, doctors, and sometimes current medical students. The interview aims to assess your suitability for a career in medicine by evaluating your communication skills, critical thinking abilities, ethical awareness, and motivation to study medicine. While the specific questions asked may vary, here are some examples of the types of questions you might encounter during a medical school interview in the UK:
Remember to prepare and practice your responses to these questions, considering your own experiences and perspectives. Good luck with your medical school interview!