Fully revised 2nd ed. of The medical school interview gives you advice on your appearance, demeanor, interpretation of questions, and how to answer to the 6 questions every interviewer asks,
Fully revised, "The Medical School Interview" shows how to address bad grades, including GPA or MCAT, what to wear, how to deal with and address ethical questions, and other aspects of meeting with admission committees.
These medical school interview question and answers were created with my own experiences in my mind. They should help you think of the types of questions and answers that could come up in your med school interviews. Interview answers are a bag of stories and thoughts that must be present at the proper times. Before getting good at using the items in your bag, you must first increase the number of items you have. These items already exist! You just have to dig them out of your memory; this book is your shovel! The following chapters consist of advice and insight about the medical school interview process and general pre-med advice. Customer Reviews: This book is extremely helpful! The sections about the interviews helped me feel as prepared as possible. The section about the premed process was very insightful. I wish I had read it before I got to college. I definitely recommend this book to anyone on a pre-health track! -Roger Khouri This book is the perfect companion for any student interested in the medical field. The author's vast knowledge and experience is evident by both the depth and sophistication of the sample questions and answers. Any student thinking of a career in medicine must read this book. Its insight is unparalleled. Sal Ektmi faciliates the daunting premed process, effectively assuaging apprehension one may feel regarding medical school interview preparation. -Corinne Tingir A must read for anyone interested in health school! My interview skills have increased drastically! -Raul Leal
After completing the medical school application comes the last, and often most challenging aspect of the school selection process; the interview. Notoriously hard to prepare for, it's difficult to know what to read, what questions might be asked and how to answer them. How to Succeed In Your Medical School Interview de-mystifies the interview process. It provides clear guidelines and a unique framework; giving you the relevant points to consider while crucially leaving conclusions open to express your own opinions and personality. It provides a systematic and methodical process which enables you to mine information from examiners, whilst demonstrating your academic ability. With a huge bank of questions covering all aspects of the interview spectrum, including a specific section of Oxbridge questions, you will learn how to prepare, how to present yourself and most importantly, what to say.
Medical school multiple mini interview preparation with questions to practice for the MMI. Feel confident and prepared for the MMI. Includes a full length practice MMI interview complete with prompting questions and discussion to simulate the actual MMI experience. Learn to approach MMI questions and what the interviewers are looking for in the MMI. Read stories and experiences from medical students. One of the best books to prepare for the MMI.
Lovable Clover Twig is back, and now she's traveling along the Perilous Path to try and save her little brother!Clover Twig-clever, neat, responsible-is still in the employ of Mrs. Eckles - chaotic, cantankerous, and a witch. One day, Granny Dismal, a witch from the neighboring village, warns them that the Perilous Path has been seen in the woods. The Perilous Path has been around for ages and every witch in town is familiar with its lures and tricks, but it's all new for the sensible Clover Twig and her clumsy friend Wilf. When little Herby, Clover's baby brother, goes missing, Clover and Wilf must take their chances on the Path and rescue him from the clutches of Mrs. Eckles' evil sister, Mesmeranza.
The interview is the most important factor in admission decisions. Utilizing a unique combination of evidence-based advice and an insider's perspective, the authors help you achieve your ultimate goal: medical school.
The Premed Playbook: Guide to the Medical School Interview is the only book needed to prepare premed students for their medical school interviews. Through interviews with Admissions Committee members and others, Dr. Gray has compiled the most comprehensive book on this subject. Premed students want to know what to expect, but more importantly they need to see examples of what successful applicants have done. The Premed Playbook not only gives them close to 600 potential interview questions, it also gives them real answers and feedback from interview sessions that Dr. Gray has held with students.
Heading off to college? Or perhaps already there? This book's just for you. Winner of the 2010 USA Book News Award for best book in the college category, The Secrets of College Success combines easy-to-follow tips that really work with insider information that few professors are willing to reveal. The over 800 tips in this book will show you how to: Pick courses and choose a major Manage your time and develop college-level study skills Get on top of the core requirements Get good grades and avoid stress Interact effectively with the professor Match college and career, and more. New to this second edition are tips for: Online courses and MOOCs Community Colleges, Engineering Schools, and Arts and Design Colleges E-readers, tablets, and laptops Taking out Student Loans and Paying them Off, and more. Ideal for college students at any stage, and college-bound high school students, The Secrets of College Success makes a wonderful back-to-college or high-school-graduation gift – or a smart investment in your own future.
New & Updated 2016 Edition The competition to get in to medical school is fierce. Stand out from the crowd by following the tips and guidance in this book. Dr. Jessica Freedman, formerly on faculty at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine where she served on medical school and residency admissions committees, will guide you step by step to improve your chances of admission to medical school. Updated for the 2016 medical school application cycle, The MedEdits Guide to Medical School Admissions addresses many topics including: Where to go to college if you are premed When to take/retake the MCAT MCAT2015 Whom to ask for letters of reference and how How to improve your candidacy What medical schools look for in applicants What applicants can do to market themselves most effectively How to decide what topics should be included in the application written material, including experience entries and the personal statement How to approach the personal statement and application entries How to write the "most meaningful" application entries How medical school admissions committees decide whom to interview What to do if you are waitlisted Deciding where to apply and attend The book includes multiple full length examples of: Personal statements Application entries (both experience entries and new "most meaningful" descriptions) Secondary essays Letters of intent Whether you are an outstanding candidate hoping to attend a top-notch medical school or a borderline applicant just hoping to get in somewhere, the no-nonsense advice offered in this comprehensive guide will greatly improve your chances of achieving your goals. The MedEdits Guide to Medical School Admissions is sure to become the go-to book for all aspiring doctors.
The Pre-Dental Guide
Author: Joseph S. Kim
WANTED: DENTAL SCHOOL APPLICANTS. The Pre-dental Guide is a comprehensive resource for those who wish to enter the field of dentistry. The purpose of this book is to provide pre-dental students with pertinent information about the various factors to consider when choosing and applying to dental school. Also, the major elements of the Dental Admission Test (DAT), and advice on how to take it, are explained in some detail. In addition, this book makes recommendations regarding the pre-dental resources which are currently on the market. The author, Dr. Joseph Kim, is a former DAT instructor who understands the fears and concerns that dental school applicants face. In this book, he provides answers to many of the questions that pre-dental students have. This is the only book that dental school applicants must have.
The Ultimate Guide to the Physician Assistant Profession This indispensable guide is the next best thing to having a real-life PA mentor at your side. Based on the author's hard-won insights and extensive research as a student and professional PA, the book defines the PA's role; reveals the secrets for getting into and through a PA training program; and provides valuable tips for students to use during their clinical rotations. Above all, through the author's down-to-earth tone and use of personal vignettes, it offers encouragement when you need it most--and lays the foundation for a fulfilling career centered on optimizing patient outcomes. The Ultimate Guide to the Physician Assistant Profession begins with an instructive look at the history of the profession, and subsequent chapters highlight exactly what it takes to excel in PA school; how to transition effectively from school to work; strategies for optimizing collaboration between physicians and PAs; and much more. Supporting this practical coverage are "Day in the Life" vignettes that feature engaging, hour-by-hour accounts of PAs at work across a range of unique settings and specialties, from administration and forensics, to family practice and cardiac critical care. FEATURES: Firsthand accounts written by 6 student PAs and 39 practicing PAs relate their personal experiences in a broad range of clinical specialties, delivering an engaging, real-world snapshot of the demands and opportunities of the PA profession In-depth chapter on effectively managing the transition from school to work covers central topics such as financial planning, the job search, what to include in your first job contract, meeting the expectations of supervising physicians, and much more Valuable appendices provide key information on physician assistant schools, physician assistant affiliations, plus a valuable glossary of important, commonly used medical terminology
This text provides Foreign Medical Graduates with a guide for becoming licensed to practice medicine in the US. It describes and explains the process for obtaining a visa, review for the USMLE, effective studying, stress management, cultural issues, and finding a residency. The book includes a chapter on the USMLE on how to apply, addresses, and web-sites and focuses on the US directed curriculum and differences to be expected by an IMG.
Did you know the interview is the most important factor used to decide which applicants get in to medical school? THE MOST IMPORTANT FACTOR! Fortunately, interview techniques can be learned and improved with practice. Drawn from Dr. Suzanne M. Miller's nearly 15 years of experience as a Harvard pre-med tutor, admissions interviewer, and CEO of MDadmit medical admissions, Nailing the Medical School Interview provides a detailed, step-by-step plan for how to tackle every aspect of traditional medical school interviews while giving you a head start on Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) preparation. Book highlights include: 1. 250+ interview questions with answer examples and explanations. 2. Detailed system for how to approach ethical/behavioral questions. 3. Entire chapter on health policy topics. 4. Strategies for group and essay questions. 5. Post-interview strategy with example thank you notes and letters of intent/update letters 6. Tips on scheduling and style prep 7. Special sections on DO and Caribbean schools interview preparation.
The Medical School Interview
Author: Jessica Freedman M. D., Jessica Freedman
Publisher: Mededits Publishing
The Medical School Interview is a must read for every medical school applicant. Based on her experience as an admissions officer and as a private advisor with www.MedEdits.com, Dr. Jessica Freedman provides guidance on what to expect on interview day, how to influence what is discussed during your interview and what you can do to ensure a stellar interview performance. She also writes about what goes on "behind the scenes" after your interview and provides a transcript for a sample interview. The Medical School Interview includes: *What you must do to prepare *What the interviewer is trying to assess *How to influence the course of your interview *The different types of interviewers and how this impacts your experience *How you are evaluated *What happens at the admission committee meeting after you leave *A sample interview with questions and answers