6 Ways to Ace Scenario-Based Questions in Medical School Interviews
Posted by Delina Tewolde in Medicine
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During medical school interviews, admissions committees are relying more on scenario-based questions, which are designed to test applicants' critical-thinking and reasoning skills. A substantial portion of medical schools now use the multiple mini interview format, which often uses scenario-based questions.
But even medical schools that engage in traditional interviews may ask scenario-based questions. If you are given a prompt asking you to deal with a situation or problem, especially one including ethical or moral components, here are six tips to ace it.
November 09, 2016, Delina Tewolde