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Interviewing

The final stage of the application process is the interview. If a school offers you an interview, it means they are seriously considering you.  All schools interview potential matriculants. The primary purpose of the health professional interview is for the admissions team to learn more about you, your goals, experiences, and motivation. It is also an opportunity for you to learn more about the school. Be prepared to talk about your own interests and to ask some questions about the health professional school. Types of interviews include MMI Format, group format, or one-on-one interviews with various members of the medical school (e.g., faculty, staff, administration, medical students).

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Interviewing for Health Professional Schools