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Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) For Healthcare Professionals

At MedApplications, we provide expert MMI preparation for the leading healthcare professions in North America including:

What Distinguishes MedApplications(TM) MMI Interview Preparation

  • MMI Interview Preparation Sessions In-Person or Online across North America
  • Customizable and Flexible MMI Preparation (MMI Simulations, Mock Interviews, Strategy Sessions)
  • Medical Doctors and Health Professionals from the school(s) you are applying to
  • Evidence-based preparation with rubrics, webinars, sample questions and personal coaches
  • Unparalleled Success Rates and Money Back Guarantee

Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) Format

The Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) Involves The Following Components:

  • Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) Stations
  • Pre-Medical Candidate Interview Circuits
  • Medical Interviewers and Medical Faculty
  • Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) Moderators
  • Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) Actors (Undergraduates or Medical Students)

What We Offer

Our Medical Doctors Have Expertise In:

  • Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) Interviewers
  • MedApplications ™ MMI Rubric and Feedback
  • Live MMI Simulations and Mock Interviews
  • MMI Interview Coaching and Preparation

MedApplications™ Interview Programs

All Of Our Interview Packages

  • Custom MMI Preparation


    $ $295.00
  • MMI Bundle 1

    $ $395.00
  • MMI Bundle 2

    $ $795.00
  • MMI Bundle 3

    $ $1,295.00
  • MMI Bundle 4

    $ $2,995.00

Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) Preparation

We have developed the leading Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) preparation program in North America, backed by an 88% success rate since 2008. Our medical doctors will teach you how to ace your Multiple Mini Interview (MMI), using specialized tips and tricks, patented Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) algorithms and hundreds of Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) scenarios and Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) stations.

Our Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) is separated into main phases: Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) Preparation and Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) Practice. For the preparation phases, our medical doctors prepare you from all aspects of the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI). You will review, CanMEDS roles, Medical Ethics, Medical Legal, Canadian Healthcare, American Healthcare, Non-Medical Ethics and approaches to the most common Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) stations.

We work with you to develop an approach to Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) acting, critical thinking and communication stations. For the practice phases, we have six Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) Mock Interview circuits designed with increasing level of difficulty to build your confidence, skillset and finesse. Medical consultants from the medical school in which you are interviewing at will work with you to perfect your Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) technique. For students enrolling in our Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) Bundle 3 program, we guarantee your success in your Multiple Mini Interview (MMI).




MMI Scenario

You have recently moved into a new neighborhood. Your neighbors seem nice and you deem it safe for your family. You notice that your neighbor who lives next door often rides his bicycle in the company of his two young children, but rarely wears a helmet. In fact, on several occasions you see him riding his bicycle with his helmet hanging by its straps from the handlebars. His young children sometimes wear a helmet, and sometimes do not. If the man fell of his bicycle in sustained significant head trauma, such that a helmet would likely have prevented the injury, would it be reasonable to ask him to contribute, out-of-pocket for his treatment costs



MMI Scenario

You are a seasoned Obstetrical-Gynecology doctor. You like to think you’ve seen it all. A woman comes into the hospital to give birth to her 7th child. Her previous six children have all been taken from her custody by CSF and all but one has fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). The woman needs a C/S (caesarian section) and you decide during the surgery to perform a T/L (tubal ligation/ tying her tubes) to prevent this woman from having any more children with FASD. Discuss the issues surrounding your actions, and take a stand on whether these actions (T/L) should be defended or criticized.

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Multiple Mini Interview Preparation

The Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) has become the most common interview method for medical schools worldwide, integrating timed independent assessments in a circuit format with a composite overall score. The Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) is uniquely challenging as each medical school has a slightly different variation on Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) format. In 2001, the Michael de Groote School of Medicine (McMaster University Medical School) initiated development of the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) to develop a more comprehensive interview assessment of pre-medical candidates. Prior evidence has shown that traditional medical school interviews or panel style medical school interviews do not accurately predict a medical school student’s performance. Additionally, evidence has also shown that interpersonal skills are the most essential cognitive skillset medical students require to effectively interact with their patients.

As a result, the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) was rolled out by the Michael de Groote School of Medicine (McMaster University Medical School) in 2004 and has been slowly integrated in medical school interviews, dental school interviews, pharmacy interviews and veterinary school interviews on a global scale. Now, Canadian Medical Schools, American Medical Schools and International Schools have all adopted The Multiple Mini Interview (MMI), in addition to many medical residency programs (CaRMS and ERAS).

Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) Stations

There is tremendous variation between medical schools in regards to the structure of the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI). Generally, the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) evaluates several domains including: ethics, professionalism, interpersonal relationships, conflict resolution, communication, collaboration and task performance.

The structure of the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) is based on each station. Stations will typically consist of several parts, including: The Question Stem, Probing Questions (if applicable) and a Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) rubric. Depending on the type of station, variations may include: acting Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) stations, debating Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) stations, critical thinking Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) stations, visual/auditory interpretation Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) stations.

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Success Stories

Jess B (2018)

Accepted to UWO Medicine (MD/PhD)

I enrolled with Med Applications one month before my first interview. I had been preparing for interviews by reading books and discussing questions with friends and family, but I was still nervous and didn’t really know what to expect. I felt so much more comfortable after my session with MedApplications. My instructor was very knowledgeable and catered the session to what I needed work on (as I had both panel and MMI interviews, this was particularly beneficial). It was very useful to cover topics with someone who knew what to expect from an interview and could comment on the quality of my answers. All together the experience was extremely helpful and very reassuring; it significantly calmed my nerves during my interviews. There weren’t any questions I was surprised by in my interviews. I would definitely recommend a session for future students.

Roxana M(2018)

McGill Medicine (MD)

“MedApplications helped me with both my essay preparation which brought me to the big interview and with interview preparation. MedApplication's services provided me with not only an insight of how to tailor an application to bring out the best of my ability but it also gave me the confidence I needed to survive the MMIs.

K. Y.2018

O uf T, UBC, McMaster

"I used MedApplications mock interview service because I wanted to practice and receive feedback from a current medical student. I found the mock interview helpful in identifying weaknesses in my answers and improving on them to make them stand out. I would recommend MedApplications to anyone who wants extra preparation to gain confidence for medical school interviews."


U of A

"I went into my first MedApplications session without a clue about what MMI's were or how to prepare for them. After meeting and practising with Eric and Kent, however, I learned all of the tips and skills I needed to ace the interview. They were incredibly knowledgeable and encouraging and their help gave me that extra boost of confidence on interview day. Thanks MedApplications!"

Hana W(2018)

University of Ottawa Medicine

“I was accepted at Ottawa which was my ideal school and my only interview. Josh was absolutely wonderful and definitely part of my success! He was very helpful throughout the entire process 🙂


Mother of a High School student for a Pre-Med program

“Hi MedApplications, just to let you know that Isabelle got an offer from University of London St. George’s College. The competition this year was quite challenging. We would like to thank you and Sarah for your contribution to this achievement. Your services are excellent. Please count us among satisfied clients.”

Matthew L. (Class of 2018)

McMaster University Medicine

"I used the MedApplications seminar and mock interview services before I had my interviews at Queen's and McMaster medical schools, and I couldn't be happier with my decision. Their seminars were incredibly helpful in providing information about the interview process and ways to truly emphasize your best qualities in an interview. Their mock interview session was great as well as it gave me an opportunity to practice my interviewing style with a current medical student! If you are looking for a way to prepare for an interview as important as the ones for medical school, I would definitely recommend MedApplications."


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