Interview Crash Course

 

In order to receive an offer from any medical school, you will have to be interviewed. In an increasingly competitive application process, a great interview performance is essential in order to secure an offer. As medical students that have been through the process and have received multiple offers from medical schools, we understand what is required and how best to learn and apply knowledge. 

Our crash courses will be in groups no larger than 16 and will be led by two medical students, one of which will be from Oxford.  These interview crash courses are priced at £90. However, we recognise that students may prefer 1 to 1 tutoring which we offer for £30 per hour. More information about our tutoring services can be found here. 

MEDICAL STUDENT MENTORS

Be coached by medical students who have each received multiple offers; each crash course have an Oxbridge medical student as well as a Russell Group medical student

LATEST INFO

You will receive a free workbook that containing up-to-date and cutting-edge knowledge and insight that you can apply in your interviews

INTERACTIVITY

We believe that the best way to learn the content as well as optimally prepare for the interviews is through application and practice

MOCK INTERVIEW

Each student will receive a public and private mock interview in the afternoon to allow them to apply their knowledge

Summary

  • A one day interview crash course from 10 AM to 5PM at Richard Hale School, Hertford, SG13 8EN 

  • Each class will have up to 16 students with 2 medical students

    • Each of the mentors have received multiple offers

    • The mentors will be Yusuf, an Oxford medical student, and Lauren, a Nottingham medical student

    • The course is priced at £90 per student ​

  • Each student will get a free copy of our workbook, a comprehensive guide to the knowledge and insight necessary to excel in interviews

 
 

Timetable

Our crash course has been specifically crafted in order to ensure our students are best placed to learn, apply and practice their newfound knowledge and skills

 

Handbook Content

Communication Skills

Communication Skills

Your body language, tone and mindset are essential in demonstrating your interpersonal skills, confidence and maximising your interview performance

Motivation & Suitability

Motivation & Suitability

Understand how to maximise your strengths and minimise your weaknesses through coupling your experiences to the NHS Values 

Structuring Your Answers

Structuring Your Answers

Knowing how to effectively construct your answers will allow you to crystallise your thoughts and provide thought-provoking and evidence-based insights

Popular Questions

Popular Questions

Learn how to tackle commonly asked questions such as "Why medicine over nursing?" and "What are the duties of a doctor?"

Medical Research

Medical Research

Understand the importance of historical and recent ground-breaking research as well as the application of peer-reviewed studies and meta analyses

Personal Statement

Personal Statement

Developing and expanding upon your insights and qualities demonstrated in your personal statement will allow you to be best-prepared for your interviews

Common Diseases

Common Diseases

Appreciate the causes, symptoms, treatments and relevance of common diseases including coronary heart disease, cancers and diabetes

Weird Questions

Weird Questions

Grasp how to tackle weird and unexpected questions that may otherwise throw you off or take you by surprise