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The Dos and Don’ts of Med School Interviews with Dr.Ryan Gray

  • by Sam
  • Jan 24, 2018
  • Advisors, MCAT Blog, Premed Webinars, Webinar

Next Step partnered with Dr. Ryan Gray of The Medical School Headquarters to bring students this webinar regarding Med School interviews. Dr. Gray, a former air force flight surgeon, currently hosts several MCAT and pre-med related podcasts.

Dr. Ryan Gray and our own Bryan Schnedeker, who host The MCAT Podcast weekly, partnered together again in this webinar session. They discussed what pre-med students should be avoiding during their med school interviews and why these can be detrimental to the interview process as well as what pre-med students should always be doing during the interview. He then provided students with mock interview questions, allowing them to answer on mic and offering live critique to help students understand how to most effectively respond to the more common interview questions.

Interested in learning more from Dr. Gray? In addition to his many podcasts, he is the author of the The Premed Playbook Guide to the Medical School Interview: Be Prepared, Perform Well, Get Accepted.

If you are planning to apply to medical school or are currently preparing for your med school interviews, we highly recommend watching a recording of this session below.

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