How to Master Medical School Interviews

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You’re Invited to a Free AAMC Ask Admissions Webinar: How to Master Medical School Interviews
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One of the most important phases of the application is your interview. As medical schools gear up for interview season, it’s important for you to be best prepared. Interviews are an opportunity for medical school admissions committees to identify candidates they’d like to offer an acceptance to. But how do you prepare for interviews and stand out?
Find out during the Ask Admissions webinar on Tuesday, July 26, 8:00pm ET, where you’ll learn more about medical school interviews and how to master them.
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Medical schools across the country use a variety of interview formats and processes. The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) has invited three panelists from different medical schools to share more about their school’s interview process. Join us to learn more about the various interview formats (traditional, panel, and the multiple mini interview/MMI), characteristics of strong interviewees, and ideas on how to prepare. There will also be dedicated time for Q&A. We hope you can join us!
Topic:
How to Master Medical School Interviews
When:
Tuesday, July 26, 8 pm – 9 pm Eastern
Panelists:

  • Brenda Armstrong, MD
    Associate Dean for Admissions
    Duke University School of Medicine
  • Aaron Saguil, MD, FAAFP, LTC
    Associate Dean for Admissions and Recruitment
    Duke Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences School of Medicine
  • Stella Yee, MEd
    Director of Admissions
    University of Washington School of Medicine
Space is limited so be sure to register ahead of time and join promptly on the day of the webinar. This webinar will be recorded and made available on the AAMC website two weeks after the event.
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