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In this workshop tailored for the MMI we go over, step-by-step, how to approach the different question styles, how to gain all the requisite skills in becoming a doctor and more! The teaching will be based on a complimentary, high-quality MedView workbook - for you to jot down notes, read our practical tips and for you to answer "homework" questions.
With the workshop, you'll get a FREE 2.5 hour realistic MMI mock, hosted by current medical students or former interview staff who have studied/ trained at Auckland's School of Medicine.
The 10-hour, 2-day workshop consists of a six-hour module to go through the different MMI stations, a 2-hour module for the acting station, and a 2-hour practical module for hands-on practice.
Awareness of Profession
Why do you want to do medicine?
Speaking Like a Doctor
Key verbal and non-verbal communication skills
Self Awareness and Management/ Leadership skills
Your personal profile
Moral and Ethical Judgement
Cultural Awareness- Ethnicity and the Interview
The New Zealand Health System and Policies
The Acting Station
The Interview in Practice
WHEN: The workshop will run for 2 days (10 hours in total) in different streams throughout the year. The Mock MMI will run for 1 day at a date separate to that of the course. Please select which course stream you'd like to attend from the drop-down menu. Mock stream 1 will run on 21, 22 Nov, and Mock stream 2 is TBC. Updates will be released on this as soon as allocations become available.
Stream 1: Course: 05 Sep, 06 Sep. Stream 2: Course 12 Sep, 13 Sep. Stream 3: Course: 03 Oct, 04 Oct Stream 4: Course: 23 Nov, 24 Nov.
Note: In the event that ANY stream dates are changed, we will give plenty of notice.
WHERE: UUNZ Auckland
Note: NZ-based students applying for Australian medical schools would still benefit from this workshop, however this workshop will go over the NZ health system and Maori/Pasifika health as opposed to the AUS health system and Aboriginal health. To fill in the gaps, you can still purchase our Australian Interview Preparation book, which goes over the latter!
Hear what our past students had to say:
"Firstly, I would definitely continue the inclusive classroom environment that MedView created. They created an atmosphere right from Flying Start all the way to the MMI interview training session where I always felt comfortable to pitch in my ideas, even if they were not necessarily correct. The tutors were excellent in the way that they would give hints and guide us towards the correct solutions but encouraged us as a class to discuss. Through this, personally I was able to gain knowledge and ideas from multiple different perspectives which was immensely helpful particularly during the interview training workshops." - A.G. (Accepted into UoA Medical School)
"Medview went far above and beyond what I expected. The interview mentor I had was incredible at identifying my specific areas of improvement, and worked with me to develop those skills. The personal aspect of the process, as well as the tuition itself meant that in a short space of time I could get optimum results for me. I’m so grateful for their help- I know I wouldn’t be at USyd without it!" - A.S. (Accepted into USyd Medical School)
“Initially I had my doubts over interview training and preparing for interviews. I was afraid that such courses may cause me to become less genuine by guiding my responses, so in my first attempt at applying for medicine I prepared on my own and gave it my best but unfortunately didn’t make it! In my second year of applications I decided to give MedView’s program a go as I’d heard some good things about it. Aside from some fantastic advice in the 2 day course, MedView gave me the opportunity to meet 4 different students studying Medicine, who all shared their own pieces of wisdom and experiences in Medical School. They gave me an understanding of what it actually meant to be a Med student and also instilled a great sense of confidence, completely quashing my initial concerns of such a service. Fortunately, I was able to get into my first preference this year!” - K.A. (Accepted into USyd Medical School)
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