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Interview Advice: What to Wear, What to Wear

When it comes to attire and the medical school interview, there is a certain minimum threshold that you need to achieve and once you reach that threshold any more focus in this area becomes a detriment.

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Interview Advice: Grades?! Part 2

What should you do if you feel your grades or MCAT score don’t reflect your abilities? Dr. Jeremiah Fleenor discusses options for addressing these issues in medical school interviews.

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Interview Advice: Grades?! Part 1

Dr. Jeremiah Fleenor discusses why numerical measures – grades and test scores – are important to admissions committees.

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From Their Point of View (Interview Advice Column)

Your interviewer is post-call, awake for 36 hours, and you’re their 3rd interview of 5. What can you do to make this a successful interview?

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Can’t be a Doc: For Now (Interview Advice Column)

by Jeremiah Fleenor, MD, MBA Author of The Medical School Interview: Secrets and a System for Success Another summer is upon us. As you enjoy the warm days and break from classes, let’s consider another commonly encountered interview question. This …

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