When I was interviewing for medical school, one of my interviews was an “MMI”… a multiple mini interview. This was my only interview in this format, and I didn’t know how to effectively prepare for it. The interview I went to consisted of multiple scenarios and we were to explain our thought process of how to handle the cases. I could have used some help in preparing for this format. If you have an upcoming interview scheduled that is an MMI-format and are looking for some guidance, see the details below for Accepted.com’s next webinar!
3 Ways to Get in Shape for Your MMI
Your Multiple Mini Interview is coming up. Are you prepared? Here are three things you can do NOW to ensure totally MMI fitness:
- Learn the ropes. Once you understand how an MMI works, you’ll be a lot more confident walking in. While you can’t know every question in advance, you can certainly familiarize yourself with the interview concepts covered, significantly increasing your readiness.
- Rest up. Like a triathlon (which is not so unlike an MMI), you’ll need to do lots of prep, but the night before the interview/race, you need to take it easy. Relax and get a good night’s sleep. Exhausted competitors don’t generally fare well!
- Register for Accepted.com’s new webinar! The best way to ensure that you’ll ace your MMI is by being well prepared and knowing what to expect. Accepted’s webinar will give you the tools you need to impress the adcom and snag your seat in the next med school class. Sign up for Multiple Mini Interview: Method or Madness? to learn additional secrets to beating the MMI! See details below.
The MMI format ensures that you are given a fair evaluation. It’s designed to help med school interviewers identify the strengths that you will bring to your medical training by going beyond the traditional conversation interview style. Seeing you in different scenarios will help them envision you in different scenarios in med school and in the medical field. You can do this!
Date: Tuesday, October 29, 2014
Time: 5:00 PM PST/8:00 PM EST
Registration link: Multiple Mini Interview: Method or Madness?