Our interviewers are all physicians who have served on admissions committees and have conducted actual residency interviews.
We ask you the same types of questions you will be asked on interview day. Plus, we provide strategies on how to answer questions that catch you off guard.
We give you personalized feedback on how to improve in real time, including assessments on what you say and how you say it.
feel more confident after they practice with us
hours of interview prep conducted over 10 years
client satisfaction rate over the last five years
Dr. Flick was an admissions committee member at UC Irvine School of Medicine.
Enroll online and get full access to our Physician Advisors who specialize in residency programs.
You decide who you want to interview with and when you want to have it.
We review your application in advance and use it to customize your session and provide a realistic experience.
Your interview is conducted via video conference with the ability to record the entire session.
Learn how to improve with detailed, live suggestions.
Featured Advisor Profiles
Dr. Mehta is the founder of MedSchoolCoach and has guided thousands of successful medical school applicants. He is also a practicing physician in Boston where he specializes in vascular and interventional radiology.View profile
Dr. Yoediono was a Duke University pre-major advisor, and an adcom member for Duke University School of Medicine, the University of Rochester School of Medicine and the Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Program.View profile
Dr. McCrary has prior admission committee experience at the University of Arizona and is a head and neck surgeon in-training. Prior feedback from medical students that have worked with her includes the following: "Dr. McCrary has excellent interpersonal skills and recognizes the needs of others."View profile
Dr. Katzen was an admissions committee member at George Washington University School of Medicine, as well as the president of Oncology-Hematology Associates in Maryland.View profile
Dr. Flick was an admissions committee member at UC Irvine School of Medicine. He is board certified in family medicine and also works as a flight surgeon for the U.S. Army.View profile
We only hire Physician Advisors with admissions committee experience. The people conducting your actual interviews will be physicians, so those helping you prepare should be as well.
You have complete control over who conducts your session and when. Choose from many Physician Advisors with extended weekday and weekend hours.
We have served thousands of students and logged over 500,000 advising hours. No one has more experience with helping students than we do.
Want to meet more of the team?
One hour. We ask you questions in the first half-hour and provide feedback in the second half.
Once you sign up, you will select your Physician Advisor and schedule your session. You will also receive an email link to schedule a session if you need to select a day and time later.
Most students receive the greatest benefit from two or three mock interviews. That way they can implement feedback and gain experience with different interviewers with varying styles.
Yes! Every Physician Advisor at MedSchoolCoach is a physician with admissions committee experience. That means they know the questions you will be asked and how to best answer them.
While our Physician Advisors have interviewed candidates at a variety of programs, our interview prep is focused on making you a great interviewee in general, not just for one program.
Yes! Once you sign up for interview prep, we will send you instructions on how you can record the session.
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