Interview Prep- Medical Residency Interview Questions

 According to the most recent NRMP  Program Director Survey Report , the top  factors of mean importance in ranking an applicant for a position was solely related to applicants  performance during the Residency Interview. Please see Figure 1 and Figure 2

What Most Applicants Say about Interviews

We hear it often: “I wish I had been better prepared for my interview.”

Success in the residency application process requires you to make every one of those interview opportunities count. The key to doing that? Preparation. 

IMGPrep’s One-on-One Interview Preparation Service

The interview preparation process, which we’ve developed by incorporating lessons learned from hundreds of the interview prep sessions we’ve conducted over the past 10 years, is intensive and focuses on the individual candidate’s strengths and weaknesses.

Although every applicant is unique, each preparation process follows the same steps:

Discussion and intake. You’ll be assigned an individual expert who is completely committed to your success. He or she will evaluate all of your documentation, just like an interviewer would, to determine the strengths and weaknesses in your application.

eBook preparation. Your interview expert will give you an eBook packed with medical residency interview sample questions . The book includes an extensive list of commonly asked interview questions , including the rarest. You’ll work one-on-one with your assigned expert to develop your answers. You won’t be taught answers or given a list of bullet points to memorize. Instead, you’ll be taught how to think through questions and present yourself in the best light.

SKYPE 1:1 Prep. Your interview expert will give you an eBook packed with medical residency interview sample questions . The book includes an extensive list of commonly asked interview questions , including the rarest. You’ll work one-on-one with your assigned expert to develop your answers. You won’t be taught answers or given a list of bullet points to memorize. Instead, you’ll be taught how to think through questions and present yourself in the best light.

Tailoring the interview. Most residency programs have mission statements and program profiles, which your interview expert will use to tailor your interview. Our goal is to ensure that you are well versed on the appropriate topics and help you show interviewers how you will benefit their programs.

Follow-up. After your interview, you will be able to follow up with your interview expert for feedback. He or she will help identify any issues that you had and provide suggestions on how to prepare for your next interview and provide guidance on thank you letters.

Interview Preparation Costs

 5 hours: $620                                                                                                                            

2.5 hours: $325