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In our work in admissions, we've seen many well-qualified candidates ruin their chances for acceptance by making a poor impression at their medical school interview. Although they have top grades and MCAT scores, they:

1. cannot articulate their goals
2. cannot explain their fit for a specific school
3. cannot explain an obvious weakness in their application
4. do not ask intelligent questions
5. fail to demonstrate emotional maturity and common social skills
6. miss a golden opportunity to sell their strengths

Sadly, after years of painstaking preparation, they fail to gain admission into the school of their choice. Fortunately, we can help.

From our experience, the best way to improve your performance is by engaging in a practice interview with someone who has worked in admissions. In a mock interview, a seasoned pro will identify your weak spots and offer constructive strategies for positioning yourself to the admissions committee. Before you ever set foot on campus, find out whether your answers are convincing or whether your approach needs a little extra "tweaking" before the big day.

Ivy League Admission is proud to offer a professional mock interview service for medical school candidates. For $250, we provide a 60-minute telephone consultation with a current or former admissions officer, including:

1. a 30-minute mock interview
2. a 30-minute assessment of your performance, along with constructive suggestions for improvement

Our service offers a rare opportunity to do a "dry run" with someone who has experience on the OTHER side of the table, who will give you critical feedback on all aspects of your performance. You've come this far in the admissions process; why leave the last step to chance?

 

Here's how it works: When you place your order, you will be directed to our downloadable questionnaire, which captures the academic, professional and personal information we need to conduct the interview. Please COMPLETE the questionnaire and return it to us as soon as possible.

We will notify you by e-mail when we receive your information. At this time we will:

1. request any additional data we may need
2. arrange a mutually agreeable day and time for the interview

To order the mock interview service, please click HERE.

Note: The client will assume the cost of the one-hour phone call.

 


Disclaimer: Admission to competitive programs depends on several factors in addition to your interview (GPA, test scores, personal statement, recommendations, etc.). For this reason, we cannot guarantee that a client will be admitted to any specific school or program.

 

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