Traditional interview: Interview format used by UK medical schools
Below is a listing of UK medical schools using traditional interview format as part of the admissions process.
Traditional interview format, as used by UK medical schools, typically involves a panel of two or more interviewers who pose questions to applicants in a structured (strictly uniform) or semi-structured (more free-flowing conversational) arrangement.
The focus of traditional interviews is typically on science questions or other topics of relevance to medical education and practice. Normally these interviews run between 15 to 30 minutes, with some UK medical schools requiring applicants to complete two panel interviews (sometimes over multiple days).
For more details on specific interview arrangements, see the 'Interview type' section in each medical school's full profile. To see the big picture, comparing interview formats overall, check also our chart of interview format usage statistics and our notes on interview formats across all UK medical schools.
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