The multiple mini interview guide for medical school interviews

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The multiple mini interview (MMI) for medical school entry is here to stay….

Intially piloted for graduate entry medicine programmes (GEP) MMI has been hailed as a success my many medical schools worldwide and each medical school is planning its own version of MMI.

Some are already using MMI, others are set to start using it for the current round of applicants and in a few years, many more will perhaps follow suit.

If you are planning on becoming a doctor you cannot avoid MMI

Yet it is amazing to see how little is known about it and how little guidance there is in the public domain.




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I’m planning on making damn sure I get place for medicine very soon. How do I prepare for MMI?

Well up until until very recently there was almost nothing to help guide you.
A few example questions, some generic online advice and that was it.

After many questions from concerned applicants desperate to prepare for their one shot at becoming doctors, we decided to prepare a guide to the multiple mini interview for medicine.

As some of you will know, this guide has taken many months of research and preparation and attempts at getting insider information have been met with many difficulties.

Sadly the whole MMI process is shrouded in secrecy and even interviewers are unable to divulge any inside information.

However, we believe we have finally brought managed to produce the most valuable guide to MMI in existence.
Something that finally gives an insider look at what MMI for medical school is all about.


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Here’s what you will find inside:

  • Example questions not seen anywhere else
  • Example answer transcripts to make sure prepare in the right way
  • Common pitfalls and how to avoid them
  • Our insider strategies for the most difficult issues faced by candidates
  • Mark schemes used by interviewers
  • Methods to maximise your score and stand out from the crowd
  • How to stop wasting time and prepare efficiently for success
Ready to get prepared?
As usual our prices are low and won’t make sense to some.
However we want to make this accessible to all, whilst covering our basic costs of production.
And, to give you complete peace of mind, there is a 60 day money back guarantee in case you are not satisfied for any reason.

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Is this only aimed at UK medical school applicants?

Although this guide was initially written for UK applicants, during the course of our research we found that MMI is  the same, whether you are applying to  UK, US, Australian or other medical schools. The same questions arise and the same preparation strategies are needed
The score sheets as well as the tips and tricks for success are identical.
Remember, there is no other guide that explains MMI in as much depth.
We are pretty sure you’ll be impressed by what you find here.


Why order now?
  • This is the ONLY MMI GUIDE for medical school interviews available right now
  • Future availability cannot be guaranteed
  • There is a no risk 60 day money back guarantee
  • Once you order it arrives immediately in your inbox and you can start getting prepped for your MMI right away.
  • The guide is produced to our high standards with worked examples, mark schemes and answer transcripts that are fully annotated and analysed
For most applicants, MMI is the final hurdle before getting a place to study medicine.
If becoming a doctor is a serious ambition for you, you need to get serious about cracking the multiple mini interview.
The  MMI guide will help you get started and guide your preparation today.


Well, it’s time to face it, this is an incredible deal!
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5 Comments + Add Comment

  • Combining this with the interview transcripts, those medical interviews are starting to look less and less scary!

  • Awesome!

  • Thanks for the great guide Leo. One question – in the thinking time you have, do you know if interviewees have access to a pen and paper to jot down notes? I am quite a visual person and prefer to jot things down but am not clear if this is allowed.

    • Hi Katie,

      It varies between medical schools. Many will allow pen and paper and a minute or so to jot down thoughts prior to commencing. I’d make that part of your practice anyway.

  • incredible!!