Please note: This covers Personal, GP, Specialist, Intern, and Graduate Medicine Interview training.
If you have not already done so, please fill in this form and a member of our team will be in touch with you soon to arrange your session.
You can access medical interview training resources on the online learning platform. To launch the platform, login into MedEntry and click the ‘Launch Online Learning Platform’ button:
You will find your resources in the ‘Interviews’ section:
3 Tips for getting the most from your interview training
1. Work through the interview resources
The interview guides on the online learning platform are packed with tips and strategies to succeed in your interview. We suggest you work through them in advance of your medical interview training to ensure you gain the most from your sessions.
2. Treat your mock interview as the real thing
Even though your mock interview is a practice session, you will gain more from it if you treat it as if it were the actual interview: wear the same or similar clothes that you will wear on the day of your interview, and answer questions as you would in the interview.
3. Act on any feedback provided
The feedback you receive on your performance will be very useful in gauging how you have performed, and providing suggestions on how to improve. Consider the feedback carefully and reflect on it, then create a plan for improvement. This will help you perform at your best.