Written by Michele Chan
Reflection is a good thing, but save this until you have completed the entire thing. As mentioned before, worrying about how you could have done better while waiting for the other stations will distract you from completing the next tasks and negatively influence your overall performance. Focus your mind on getting through the next stations and just try your best.
Usually, MMI interviews held in-person are conducted in one large room with temporary partitions between stations to mimic a busy, noisy hospital ward. this year because interviews will be online, this will not be the case.
Nevertheless, it’s important not to be distracted by what people who may be nearby you doing your interview, or by any objects in the room you are in.
MMI style interviews can feel quite intense and stressful, especially since everything is kept within very strict time limits. After coming out of each station, just closing your eyes and taking a deep breath will help you relax and reset your mind for the next station.
This is in the event that prompts are provided. As you will only be given very limited time between each MMI station, concentrate on thinking about how you might like to begin your answer and how you might like to conclude – the content in the middle will naturally flow. This is particularly useful in a role-play scenario, as most candidates start brilliantly, but forget to end the conversation properly as they panic when the timer goes off.
No matter the format and style of the medical school’s MMI, remember to stay confident. While you are waiting between stations, focus on the positive aspects of your last performance and remain confident and optimistic that the upcoming station will go well. Wishing you the best of luck with your interviews!
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