MMI: Interview format used by UK medical schools
Below is a listing of UK medical schools using the MMI as part of the admissions process.
MMI is the acronym for the Multiple Mini Interview. Originally developed in Canada by McMaster University medical school in 2004, this interview format aims to maximise the validity of assessment by controlling for impact of individual assessors.
Typically UK medical schools have MMI interviewees progress through circuits of six to ten stations, with one or more assesssors at each station to mark performance. For further information, see this systematic review of the Multiple Mini Interview as an admission tool in higher education.
For details on specific MMI arrangements, see the 'Interview type' section in each medical school's full profile. To see the big picture, check also our chart of interview format usage statistics and our notes on interview formats across all UK medical schools.
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