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MMI Sample Question #3

MMI Scenario Question 3: You are a 3rd year medical student doing hospital rotations. A fellow medical student who is doing rounds with you often shows up to these sessions tired, messy, hung over, or even drunk. One day you found her in the lunch room unaccompanied, so you decided to talk to her. Please …

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MMI Sample Question #2

MMI Scenario Question 2: Needle exchange programs (NEPs) are community-based programs that provide, access to sterile needles and syringes free of cost, facilitate safe disposal of used needles and syringes, and offer safer injection of drugs. Discuss the pros and cons of a needle exchange program. 

MMI Sample Question #1

MMI Scenario Question 1: A man has been responsible for taking care of his wife who is in a vegetative state for 6 years after a car accident. He requests that her feeding tube be removed. What should you, as her physician do?

Post Interview Communication

Example Letter of Intent Dear (Dean or Director of Admissions, depending on the school), My name is John Doe and I am currently applying to Best University School of Medicine (BUSOM). I interviewed on December 1st and am writing this letter for three purposes. My first purpose is to reiterate that BUSOM is my top choice …

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Admission Decisions

Admission Decisions: Accepted, Waitlisted, Rejected Following the interview, applicants will receive one of three admissions decisions. The lucky ones will receive an acceptance! However, many will be placed on the waitlist, and unfortunately, many will receive a rejection. Acceptance! For those fortunate applicants that receive an acceptance, anytime during the application process, it is crucial …

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Traditional vs. MMI Interviews

Strategies for the Traditional and MMI Interviews Know you application. While this sounds like a no-brainer, every year many applicants are derailed by a failure to adequately review their own applications. Any aspect of your application is fair game to interviewers. In fact, if there is something you are not comfortable discussing, it is best left …

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Interview Overview

The Interview At this point in the application process, no matter how impressive your application and personal statement are, you are still just a name and information on paper. The interview gives med schools the opportunity to meet the real, flesh-and-blood you. It is one of the last hurdles between you and your entrance to medical school …

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