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Preparing For Your Interview: A Master Class

Created November 21, 2017 by Student Doctor Network and the Medical College of Georgia
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This interview season, SDN has partnered with the admissions team at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University to bring you an interview master class, exploring the dos and don’ts of medical school interviews. This video includes several vignettes depicting scenarios an interviewing student may face. Watch how one student performs in his interview, and listen to feedback on the student’s performance from Dr. Kelli Braun, MCG’s Associate Dean of Admissions.

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