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Hi! My name is Kiran and I’m a medical student and having sat my A levels just over a year ago, I’m now enthusiastic about helping other people feel as prepared as possible to sit theirs! Whilst exams are by no means easy, if you’re looking for a friendly and supportive tutor to help you with them then look no further! I’m a firm believer in having sessions personalised to the individual so no matter the topic or the learning style, I’m happy to help and will tailor the sessions to your needs! The main thing to bear in mind when it comes to exams is that nothing is impossible and having constantly achieved good grades in my exams, I’m confident I’ll be able to help you do the same and am dedicated to helping everyone reach their full potential and achieve their goals !I also offer help for any and all aspects of medical school interviews and having received offers from all of the medical schools that I applied to, I feel I’m definitely the right person to come to if you want to do the same. Thanks for reading and happy learning!

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Queen Mary, University of London
Medicine
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I am a graduate-entry medical student at Barts and the London, where I started after completing my undergraduate degree in Anatomy, Developmental and Human Biology at King’s College London. I am currently in my final year of the graduate course, and I have loved every moment of it. The part I most enjoy is the dissection, it’s the most incredible and humbling experience – I have plenty of stories to share if that is something you are looking forward to in medical school! I hope to one day specialise into family and wilderness medicine, as my partner and I hope to move to rural Alaska one day. Outside of university and tutoring, I love to play video games and DnD with friends in my free time (especially when I get to practice my new medical knowledge as a healer!). As a tutor, I really understand how stressful exams can be, and how easy it is to become overwhelmed. As such, I’m always aiming to teach and support my students by tailoring my sessions to best suit them and to use my experiences, from both my previous degree and my current medical teaching, to offer guidance and advice. I hope to make learning an easier and as stress-free experience as I can. And, if possible, to make it fun!

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University of Glasgow
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Hi. My name is Reza I am currently a second-year medical student at the University of Glasgow. I remember how daunting and struggling it was the first time I was beginning to apply for medical school. From A-levels, Interviews, UCAT and personal statements there were a lot of things I had no idea about. This sense of feeling ‘lost’ is the primary reason I took on this role at medic mind. I genuinely want to teach and more importantly, fix aspiring students’ mistakes. I don’t want them to make the same ones I made and learned from during my time applying to university. Through my experiences, I want to guide young people to help get into medical school. I also was a former medic mind tutee myself so I am familiar with the system and how to approach students. In my free time, I enjoy playing basketball and cycling. Recently though, I have picked up the hobby of cooking.

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Sunanya
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Imperial College School of Medicine
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Hello! My name is Sunanya and I am currently studying medicine at Imperial and am happy to tutor Biology and Chemistry up to A level as well as any part of the medical application process. I did biology, chemistry and maths A level as well as history in year 12. I’m not one of those people who has always loved my subjects and they often have a bad rep, but over the years I’ve really grown to enjoy them and I’d like to help other people grow to love them too.
I love to read and listen to music as well as staying generally active either at the gym or rowing. I also love going out with my friends and exploring London because I’ve lived in Durham most of my life so it’s a massive change.
I want to be able to help students as much as I can, whether it is with specific topics or even just general advice for these subjects or applying to medicine because I know how daunting it can be. I am easy to reach so feel free to contact me with any questions or to book a lesson!

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My name is Hamza Daudali and I am a 4th year medical student at the University of Glasgow. I am currently doing an BSc program in Psychology at the University of Glasgow as part of my medical degree. I am incredibly passionate about teaching and helping students be as successful as they can be. I scored within the top 20% of medical students in my first year and even achieved the highest possible grade in many pieces of assessment. I have scored top 1% nationally in the UCAT exam with a score of 3150 (averaging 787 in each section.) I have also achieved 3 A* grades at A-Level in Biology, Chemistry and Maths, while ranking 2nd in my school in Chemistry and receiving an award for the best grades in my school. I also scored in the top 10% nationally for the BMAT exam and achieved 3 offers out of the 4 medical schools I applied to with offers from Bristol, Exeter and Glasgow.

Outside of academics, I am passionate about medical education and sit on many committees helping with widening participation to help people from all backgrounds enter a career in medicine. I also enjoy playing football and cricket as well acting in local theatre and debating through Model United Nations events.

Overall, I hope that you would give me the opportunity to support your child in getting into medical school or support with their exams as I believe I am in hardworking tutor with an overriding dedication to ensuring students get the best that they can possibly achieve.

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We cover 8 Key Interview Topics

Motivation for Medicine

9 Lessons
37
10 Hours

Here we tackle the common interview questions on “Why Medicine?” – this is a favourite for MMI Universities and often they’ll have an interviewer who grills you on that single question for 5 minutes! We also explore other topics such as the specialities, important roles of a doctor and the multidisciplinary team.

Tutorials

Lesson 1
Why Medicine?

In this first tutorial we explore some of the reasons why you’re applying for medicine and how to formulate your answer. We will also go through model answers and come up with a perfect one for your interview handbook

Why Medicine?
Lesson 2
Being a Doctor

Being a doctor can be tricky, and medical schools want to ensure you have sufficient insight into the profession. Here we will explore what some of the pros and cons of being a doctor are and how you can display that you understand it well.

Being a Doctor
Lesson 3
Medical Specialties

You may get asked where you want to specialise in the future – Don’t worry if you don’t know it’s okay! It’s important however to be aware of the different specialties in medicine and talk about the specialty in which you did your work experience.

Medical Specialties
Lesson 4
Non-Clinical Roles

Being a doctor is so much more than just giving patients medication. We explore some of the non-clinical roles here such as teaching and these might be some of the reasons you’re applying for medical school. For example, you might have an MM where you have to teach someone a task.

Non-Clinical Roles
Lesson 5
MD Teams

MDT is a buzz-word used a lot but what does it actually mean? What are the different roles in a healthcare system like the NHS and why is it that you want to be a doctor? Is it that you want to be at the forefront of care? It’s important that you don’t disrespect other specialities but also show your drive for medicine here.

MD Teams
Lesson 6
MMI Practice 1

Let’s put our work to practice with real MMI scenarios. We will go through these together with you and show you step-by-step the best way of tackling them. The benefit here is the real insight you get from tutors who have been on the other side of the interview before!

MMI Practice 1
Lesson 7
MMI Practice 2

Let’s put our work to practice with real MMI scenarios. We will go through these together with you and show you step-by-step the best way of tackling them. The benefit here is the real insight you get from tutors who have been on the other side of the interview before!

MMI Practice 2
Lesson 8
MMI Mini Mock 1

You’ll dive into the deep end with mocks! You’ll have a go at the station which we will record and then watch back together analysing areas you did really well and areas you need to work on!

MMI Mini Mock 1
Lesson 9
MMI Mini Mock 2

You’ll dive into the deep end with mocks! You’ll have a go at the station which we will record and then watch back together analysing areas you did really well and areas you need to work on!

MMI Mini Mock 2

Personality & Skills

11 Lessons
44
10 Hours

One of the main reasons medical schools have interviews is they want to see what sort of doctor you will make which is often hard to tell from aptitude tests and A-Levels. Here we will show you how to display your compassion, empathy and organisation skills which will make you a perfect doctor.

Tutorials

Lesson 1
Skills and Qualities

Using Medic Mind’s 5 steps, you will be able to answer several personality questions using the same answers! It will also enable you to come across confident and coherent and be able to showcase the wide array of skills you have.

Skills and Qualities
Lesson 2
Inspiration and Emotion

Here we explore the classic ‘who is your role model’ scenario as well as talking about the importance of sympathy and empathy as a doctor. To discriminate between different candidates, interviewers often choose candidates which show a high level of emotional intelligence which we explore here.

Inspiration and Emotion
Lesson 3
Teamwork Skills

Being able to work in a team is an absolute must as a doctor and we explore scenarios in which you have worked in a team. We will explore why this is important in a medical setting and tie in what you have learned in previous tutorials in motivation for medicine. As well as working in a team, you need to show clear leadership and explore examples of where you could have improved how you went about leading a team.

Teamwork Skills
Lesson 4
Organisation Skills

Medical School can be a difficult time and universities want to make sure you’re able to cope with the pressure. They want to see how you organise yourself and manage your time. As well as motivation for medicine they want to see you have a life outside of medicine and we will test you on possible questions involving stress and some of the difficulties faced by medical professionals – in particular junior doctors.

Organisation Skills
Lesson 5
Personality Scenarios

After gaining all the knowledge so far, we will delve further by going through some scenarios which put you to the test. This involves a mixture of MMI and direct questioning. You will gain feedback on your progress so far and sit down with your tutor and identify areas you need to improve further.

Personality Scenarios
Lesson 6
Academia

Commonly you will be asked about some wider reading you have done outside of medicine and why you chose the A-Levels you did. You may be probed on what you have gained from your experience in sixth form so far and how you want to carry this on further into medical school.

Academia
Lesson 7
Thinking Outside the Box

This is our most popular lesson! We help you tackle some of the most unpredictable scenarios and questions you might get. From being asked who you would invite to a dinner party to where you would travel in the world – these are actual stations that have come up at universities!

Thinking Outside the Box
Lesson 8
MMI Practice 1

Let’s put our work to practice with real MMI scenarios. We will go through these together with you and show you step-by-step the best way of tackling them. The benefit here is the real insight you get from tutors who have been on the other side of the interview before!

MMI Practice 1
Lesson 9
MMI Practice 2

Let’s put our work to practice with real MMI scenarios. We will go through these together with you and show you step-by-step the best way of tackling them. The benefit here is the real insight you get from tutors who have been on the other side of the interview before!

MMI Practice 2
Lesson 10
MMI Mini Mock 1

You’ll dive into the deep end with mocks! You’ll have a go at the station which we will record and then watch back together analysing areas you did really well and areas you need to work on!

MMI Mini Mock 1
Lesson 11
MMI Mini Mock 2

You’ll dive into the deep end with mocks! You’ll have a go at the station which we will record and then watch back together analysing areas you did really well and areas you need to work on!

MMI Mini Mock 2

Work Experience

8 Lessons
44
10 Hours

It is quite likely you will get an MMI station which focuses on work experience and you need to be able to draw on what you have done and go beyond what you have already written on your personal statement. This is why we particularly focus on what you have written on your personal statement and ensure we’ve covered all possible questions you will get asked.

Tutorials

Lesson 1
Using STARR

Here we explore how to use the STARR framework when responding to questions on work experience. It’s important to be able to structure your questions well and using this structure helps us formulate answers which will impress the interviewers. In particular, we’ll look at good and bad answers before going through 10+ questions in the interview handbook.

Using STARR
Lesson 2
WE: Surgery

If you’ve carried out work experience involving surgery, we’ll explore the things you could get asked. Interviewers have a particular set of questions they ask for this so it will be invaluable to gain insight into this. If you haven’t done work experience in surgery then don’t worry, we’ll leave this tutorial!

WE: Surgery
Lesson 3
WE: GP Practice

Whether you’ve done work experience in a GP reception or have sat in on consultations, GP work experience can be extremely useful and with primary care being an NHS hot topic it would be important to explore the role of the General Practitioner and how it is evolving with the addition of Physician Associates.

WE: GP Practice
Lesson 4
WE: Hospital

A lot of the time interviewers are hospital doctors so they will want to see what experience you gained on your placement. What suggestions do you have for improving the efficiency of hospitals? Do you see yourself working in a hospital in the future? This is one of the most important tutorials of this section and even if you haven’t done work experience in a hospital – don’t worry we will cover potential questions you will still get asked.

WE: Hospital
Lesson 5
MMI Practice 1

Let’s put our work to practice with real MMI scenarios. We will go through these together with you and show you step-by-step the best way of tackling them. The benefit here is the real insight you get from tutors who have been on the other side of the interview before!

MMI Practice 1
Lesson 6
MMI Practice 2

Let’s put our work to practice with real MMI scenarios. We will go through these together with you and show you step-by-step the best way of tackling them. The benefit here is the real insight you get from tutors who have been on the other side of the interview before!

MMI Practice 2
Lesson 7
MMI Mini Mock 1

You’ll dive into the deep end with mocks! You’ll have a go at the station which we will record and then watch back together analysing areas you did really well and areas you need to work on!

MMI Mini Mock 1
Lesson 8
MMI Mini Mock 2

You’ll dive into the deep end with mocks! You’ll have a go at the station which we will record and then watch back together analysing areas you did really well and areas you need to work on!

MMI Mini Mock 2

NHS
Structure

9 Lessons
44
10 Hours

It is crucial for a medical applicant to have an understanding of the NHS and its structure. You may not know what you want to specialise in, but you should be aware of how GPs link to specialties, and understand the links between the public and private sector.

Tutorials

Lesson 1
NHS Background

We will give you a refresher on some of the foundations upon which the NHS was built and go through questions you could get asked on your interview surrounding the NHS.

NHS Background
Lesson 2
NHS Constitution

The NHS is one of the world’s largest employers and we go through some important values they uphold. These will be vital when you begin practicing as a doctor so it is essential that you are aware of them.

NHS Constitution
Lesson 3
Health & Social Care Act

In 2012, the Conservative government introduced a radical change to the NHS which many believe to be a more ‘privatised’ future. We will go through important changes that were made such as the introduction of CCGs.

Health & Social Care Act
Lesson 4
Health & Social Care Act

We discuss the impact of the Act and how it has impacted the NHS so far. We will also see what your views are on the Act and what you think could have been done differently.

Health & Social Care Act
Lesson 5
Saving Money in the NHS

The NHS is running out of money fast and is in the biggest crises in decades. What suggestions do you have to make things more efficient? What are the ways that the NHS could save money? If you were in charge of the NHS how would you redistribute money?

Saving Money in the NHS
Lesson 6
MMI Practice 1

Let’s put our work to practice with real MMI scenarios. We will go through these together with you and show you step-by-step the best way of tackling them. The benefit here is the real insight you get from tutors who have been on the other side of the interview before!

MMI Practice 1
Lesson 7
MMI Practice 2

Let’s put our work to practice with real MMI scenarios. We will go through these together with you and show you step-by-step the best way of tackling them. The benefit here is the real insight you get from tutors who have been on the other side of the interview before!

MMI Practice 2
Lesson 8
MMI Mini Mock 1

You’ll dive into the deep end with mocks! You’ll have a go at the station which we will record and then watch back together analysing areas you did really well and areas you need to work on!

MMI Mini Mock 1
Lesson 9
MMI Mini Mock 2

You’ll dive into the deep end with mocks! You’ll have a go at the station which we will record and then watch back together analysing areas you did really well and areas you need to work on!

MMI Mini Mock 2

NHS Hot Topics

12 Lessons
44
10 Hours

In this section we discuss and debate the key NHS news topics from the past 12 months. It is important for you to be aware of common issues, and to be watching the news regularly. This ‘NHS Booster’ will get you up to date with the key interview topics discussed in 2019.

Tutorials

Lesson 1
Junior Doctors' Contract

This has been a hot topic for quite a while now and finally a new contract was agreed in 2019. What implications will this have for junior doctors and what were some of the sticking points that made the contract take so long to come about? How will this impact working conditions for doctors and did they get a better deal than what existed previously?

Junior Doctors' Contract
Lesson 2
7 Day NHS

Jeremy Hunt, the ex-health secretary suggested that the NHS needs to be properly staffed 7 days a week as a report came out suggesting mortality rates were higher on the weekend. This led to uproar amongst the medical community as currently services are provided as effectively on all 7 days. General practice has become more of a 7-day service with opening times becoming more accessible to all. We will discuss some of the implications this has had for primary care.

7 Day NHS
Lesson 3
Charlie Gard Case 

Here we discuss Charlie who was born with encephalomyopathic mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome (MDDS). Charlie’s parents, wanted Charlie to have an experimental treatment – nucleoside bypass therapy (NBT) however Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) assessed Charlie’s condition was too severe for this treatment to help, although never treated by NBT. This led to a nationwide debate about autonomy and acting in the best interests’ of a patient and attached worldwide attention such as from the Pope and Donald Trump.

Charlie Gard Case 
Lesson 4
Brexit

The year is 2019 and the United Kingdom still has not left the European Union. What is likely to happen in the next few months is up in the air. What implications will a no-deal Brexit have on the NHS? How will the NHS be affected by leaving the EU? What impact will it have on the workforce – many of whom are EU citizens. Will the NHS get the £350m proposed by Vote Leave? We will discuss this in great length as it is likely this may come up on your interview.

Brexit
Lesson 5
Mental Health Provisions 

There is currently a crisis in mental health services in the NHS and recently the government promised increased funding to help support this – There are also issues associated with sectioning patients, many mental health advocates feel this is very outdated and unfair on patients. We will talk about what more needs to be done to help patients who are suffering from mental health issues and discuss how patients have been neglected and not been given the adequate standard of care due to cuts.

Mental Health Provisions 
Lesson 6
Obesity Crisis

One in four British adults is Obese, according to the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation – Britain was called the “fat man in Europe”. Amonst children, obesity levels are at record highs and many controversial policies have been introduced to combat these. One example is the sugar tax. The introduction of the levy means the UK joins a small handful of nations, including Mexico, France and Norway, which have introduced similar taxes.

Obesity Crisis
Lesson 7
A&E Waiting Times

There has been a huge spike in patients forced to wait more than 12 hours. January 2019 was the worst month on record for hospital A&E departments, with more patients than ever waiting for more than four hours to be seen. Estimates suggest that more than 5000 extra beds will be needed but is there sufficient money to fund this? There are also talks to remove the 4-hour breach limit as many believe it does not take into consideration many variables which are out of doctors’ control.

A&E Waiting Times
Lesson 8
Dr Bawa-Garba

In February 2011, a six-year-old boy, Jack Adcock, was admitted to hospital with breathing difficulty, diarrhoea and vomiting. Having been referred by his GP, Jack was admitted to the Children’s Assessment Unit at Leicester Royal Infirmary, where he was seen and assessed by junior doctor Hadiza Bawa-Garba, an ST6 paediatric registrar. An ST6 junior doctor is in their sixth year of specialty training. Later that day Jack’s condition rapidly deteriorated and he passed away. Dr Bawa-Garba was taken to the High Court, where a ruling on the 4thNovember 2015 deemed her guilty of manslaughter on the grounds of gross negligence.

Dr Bawa-Garba
Lesson 9
MMI Practice 1

Let’s put our work to practice with real MMI scenarios. We will go through these together with you and show you step-by-step the best way of tackling them. The benefit here is the real insight you get from tutors who have been on the other side of the interview before!

MMI Practice 1
Lesson 10
MMI Practice 2

Let’s put our work to practice with real MMI scenarios. We will go through these together with you and show you step-by-step the best way of tackling them. The benefit here is the real insight you get from tutors who have been on the other side of the interview before!

MMI Practice 2
Lesson 11
MMI Mini Mock 1

You’ll dive into the deep end with mocks! You’ll have a go at the station which we will record and then watch back together analysing areas you did really well and areas you need to work on!

MMI Mini Mock 1
Lesson 12
MMI Mini Mock 2

You’ll dive into the deep end with mocks! You’ll have a go at the station which we will record and then watch back together analysing areas you did really well and areas you need to work on!

MMI Mini Mock 2

Medical Ethics

10 Lessons
44
10 Hours

In this section we tackle the hardest part of the interview – Medical Ethics. We help you integrate terminology such as the medical pillars and GMC Guidelines into your answers as well as showing you how to approach common ethical scenarios such as confidentiality, organ donation and abortion.

Tutorials

Lesson 1
Pillars of Medical Ethics

These are absolutely vital to include in any MMI station on medical ethics and we will teach you how to showcase your knowledge using the correct terminology where appropriate. We will discuss how each of the pillars can be integrated in a multisystemic approach.

Pillars of Medical Ethics
Lesson 2
Euthanasia

Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide is a current hot topic in worldwide medicine with the introduction of Dignitas. We will discuss the differences between Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide before entering an important discussion on the reasons why it is illegal in the UK.

Euthanasia
Lesson 3
Abortion

Abortion is a favourite for many universities and has been asked for many years. We will go through the important facts about the Abortion Act and discuss how and why it is illegal to carry out an abortion in the UK and what some of the reasons are why women have them.

Abortion
Lesson 4
Autonomy

We explore the medical principle of autonomy further and when there are cases when autonomy is in danger. For example, the Mental Health Act and Mental Capacity Act are two areas where this can often be compromised and we go through potential MMI scenarios for this.

Autonomy
Lesson 5
Confidentiality

We discuss why confidentiality is important and some of the scenarios when confidentiality can be broken. It is important to be aware of this as the lines can often be blurred and we put you to the test by giving you the hardest possible scenarios you could face on interview day.

Confidentiality
Lesson 6
Organ Donation

Recently, Theresa May introduced the “opt-out” system for organ donation in the UK. This means we are by default organ donors unless we opt out – We discuss what the implications of this are and whether this is the correct decision for the government to take. We also look at the impact of this in other countries where it has existed for a longer period of time e.g. Austria

Organ Donation
Lesson 7
MMI Practice 1

Let’s put our work to practice with real MMI scenarios. We will go through these together with you and show you step-by-step the best way of tackling them. The benefit here is the real insight you get from tutors who have been on the other side of the interview before!

MMI Practice 1
Lesson 8
MMI Practice 2

Let’s put our work to practice with real MMI scenarios. We will go through these together with you and show you step-by-step the best way of tackling them. The benefit here is the real insight you get from tutors who have been on the other side of the interview before!

MMI Practice 2
Lesson 9
MMI Mini-Mock 1

You’ll dive into the deep end with mocks! You’ll have a go at the station which we will record and then watch back together analysing areas you did really well and areas you need to work on!

MMI Mini-Mock 1
Lesson 10
MMI Mini-Mock 2

You’ll dive into the deep end with mocks! You’ll have a go at the station which we will record and then watch back together analysing areas you did really well and areas you need to work on!

MMI Mini-Mock 2

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