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Depth and Breadth of Interest Questions

Below is a selection of Medical School interview questions on the theme of ‘Depth and Breadth of Interest’.

The answer guides have been put together by medics who have successfully navigated interviews at top Medical Schools.

Remember, though, that an interview is about an individual, so there are no hard and fast rules. The answer guides are only examples and are not exhaustive. They should be used to stimulate your thinking — not repeated verbatim at your interview.


Depth and Breadth of Interest

Do you read any publications that are relevant to your interest in medicine? Tell us about an interesting article that you have read recently.

depth and breadth of interest
Depth and Breadth of Interest: do you read any publications relevant to your interest in Medicine?

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Have you heard about any public health campaigns recently? What is your opinion on the role of public health campaigns in medicine?

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Have you thought about what you would like to specialise in?

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Have you read about any interesting research recently?

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What have you learnt about Medicine from the doctors you’ve spoken to?

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What do you think is the most exciting development in Medicine recently?

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What do you think the most important development in Medicine has been?

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Have you taken on any extracurricular projects that demonstrate your interest in Medicine?

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How important is evidence based practice in medicine?

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