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Multiple mini-interviews for the Doctor of Medicine

Multiple mini-interviews (MMIs) are used to assess your personal qualities to ensure your values align with our mission and vision.

They also assess other qualities, such as your: 

  • kindness and compassion  
  • integrity  
  • adaptability  
  • verbal communication skills. 

To learn more about how applicants are selected for interview, visit Submit your application and select your entry type. 

The MMI process

During the MMI, you’ll move from station to station to meet with a different assessor. Each assessor will give you a score which will contribute to your overall admissions rank. If you're invited to interview, you'll be sent further information about what to expect on the day.  

Depending on current COVID-19 restrictions, an MMI may be conducted either in-person or online via Zoom. The experience of a virtual MMI is similar to the in-person MMIs. Each circuit will include the same number of stations and interviewers.

Watch: example of an in-person MMI

Watch: example of a virtual MMI