Interviews are used to understand and assess an individual and their passion, other than test scores and GPA. Study and Prepare Treat an interview like a class and prepare. This will help with nerves and confidence. Here are steps you can take to prepare: Set up a mock interview with the Pre-Health Advisor Write a list of all the meaningful experiences during your pre-health journey Why was each impactful? Think of all impactful mentors along the journey What did they show you? Why were they helpful? Re-read all your application materials. Anything in your application is up for a possible question. Be ready to answer questions about grades (high/low), courses (favorites/least favorites), and entrance exam scores Think of personal examples for use in hypothetical questions: Working on a team Most memorable or proud moment A challenging time or issue Making a tough decision Managing or organizing time Mock Interview with Pre-Health Advisor Office mock interviews focus on the content of answers. Classic and unique interview questions are reviewed to build confidence and aim to improve interviewing skills. Mock interviews can be tailored to assist in preparing for professional school interviews, internships, and more. Notes are taken during the conversation, which are provided to you.