What to Expect from Medical School Interviews?
Many medical schools in the UK use an interview technique called multiple mini interviews (MMIs). What are multiple mini interviews (MMIs)?
Multiple Mini Interviews are a new fairer method of selecting students who are applying to medical school interview.
A multiple mini interview consists of a series of short, structured interview stations used to assess non-cognitive qualities including cultural sensitivity, maturity, teamwork, empathy, reliability and communication skills. The process is each candidate moves around the room every seven minutes, talking to a different member of staff and completing a particular activity.