Medical School Interviewing 101:
Quickly and Confidently Get the Expert Answers You Need
Learn the secrets behind
powerful and unforgettable medical school interviews,
straight from the experts.
Learn our simple, straightforward, step-by-step approach to the major med school interview questions
Receive clear explanations and before-and-after videos. No more worrying about where to start or what to say.
Learn how to craft powerful, unique responses. No more concerns about sounding like every other applicant.
Learn how to craft unforgettable responses. Because the stakes are too high for you to bring anything but your best.
What Applicants Have to Say
I can definitively say that the advice transformed the way in which I present myself.
I learned how to frame my responses to set myself apart from the hundreds of other interviewees under consideration (after all, we are much more alike than different!).
I was just accepted to a top-five medical school program!
Studying The Medical School Interview and utilizing the coaching services offered helped me best present my qualifications to the admissions committee, with amazing results I might add.
If another applicant were to ask me if they should purchase this course, I would say yes!!!
I was accepted to all five schools that interviewed me!
The course was much more helpful than books, videos, or practice interviews with friends, because it showed examples of an "okay" interview answer and then how to improve that answer.
This really helped me stand out from other applicants.
Pricing & Services
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Receive In-Depth Guidance for 25 Common Medical School Interview Questions
Tell me about yourself.
What are your strengths?
What is your greatest weakness?
Why did you apply to our medical school?
Why do you want to be a doctor?
Why do you want to be a physician and not another healthcare professional?
If you couldn’t get into medical school, what would you do instead?
- Where do you see yourself in 15 years?
What do you see as the pros and cons of being a doctor?
What do you consider to be your greatest achievement?
Tell me about the particular challenge you encountered.
How do you cope with criticism?
How do you handle conflict?
Tell me about your research.
Tell me about your shadowing experiences.
Tell me about a time when you made a mistake.
Tell me about a time when you had to deal with a classmate who wasn't doing their part.
Tell me about a time when you were disappointed in your performance.
Tell me about a time when you had to build a relationship with someone you did not like.
Tell me about a patient who made an impact on you.
What do you consider to be some of the most pressing health issues today?
What questions do you have for me?
MMI: A resident presents a case and includes a physical exam finding that wasn't done: what would you do?
LET US ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS!
Can I share the course?
The course is priced for a single user only. Please feel free to share our many free helpful resources, which includes our multiple articles, blog posts, and podcast episodes. However, as this course is priced for a single user only, we rely on our students to abide by this policy. As medical school faculty, we trust that our students, as future physicians, will exhibit the same level of integrity that we expect from physicians.
Will I have access to Dr. Katta and Dr. Desai?
We are so excited to see our students achieve their goals. We will be holding a one-hour group session dedicated to the students going through the course every month during interview season. You can attend and ask us anything.
For students who purchase the course before September 15, 2021, we will be holding a special introductory group session to welcome our new students.
Should I do the course or the coaching?
Some of our students have completed the course and then decided they could use additional help. Coaching can help identify themes and achievements that would be compelling to an admissions committee. Coaching can also help applicants reduce anxiety and provide important feedback. Having said that, most of our students feel extremely prepared having gone through the course, and most of our students do not require any additional coaching.
How long will it take to go through the course?
It really depends on where you are currently in terms of preparation. Some of our students have completed the course in 1 to 2 weeks of focused work. For students who have already written multiple secondary essays, that work will help speed up the interview preparation process significantly.
Another key factor is how many medical schools you will be interviewing with. One key focus of our course is that the best interview responses are those that are targeted to the particular medical school. Multiple medical schools means more time spent researching each school.
What if this course isn't for me?
No worries! We offer a full money-back guarantee on your purchase within seven days.
How was the course created?
About the Experts
Dr. Rajani Katta served as Professor of Dermatology at the Baylor College of Medicine for over 17 years.
She served on the residency selection committee, interviewing hundreds of highly qualified dermatology applicants
She is an interview expert and has been featured in multiple national publications and TV appearances, including the New York Times, Oprah Magazine, CNN, Prevention, as well as each of the major news networks
Dr. Samir Desai has served as a faculty member at the Baylor College of Medicine for over 20 years.
He has served on the Medical School Admissions Committee and interviewed many highly qualified applicants for medical school.
He has lectured nationally on interview success and medical professionalism.
He has advised hundreds of students, and his advisees have been accepted to medical schools in almost every state in the United States.