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Learn hot Medicine topics

Learn all of the Medicine topics that the Oxbridge Interview may address, as well as model answers

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Prepare for realistic mock interviews that are tailored to your Oxford and Cambridge Medicine Interviews

We cover 8 key interview topics

Motivation for Medicine

5 Lessons
37
10 Hours

The typical interview question “Why Medicine?” is addressed here. This is a popular choice among Oxford and Cambridge universities, and you’ll often get interviewed for several minutes on this single subject! Other subjects covered include doctor specialties, crucial duties, and the interdisciplinary team.

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Lesson 1
Why Medicine?

In this first tutorial we explore some of the reasons 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 is difficult, and Oxford and Cambridge medical schools want to make sure you have enough knowledge of the field. We’ll look at some of the benefits and drawbacks of being a doctor, as well as how you may demonstrate that you know your stuff.

Being a Doctor
Lesson 3
Medical Specialties

It’s possible that you’ll be asked where you want to specialise in the future; if you don’t know, that’s fine! However, it is critical to be informed of the many medical specialisations and to discuss the specialties in which you have worked.

Medical Specialties
Lesson 4
Non-Clinical Roles

Being a doctor entails much more than simply administering medication to patients. Here, we look at some non-clinical occupations, such as teaching. These could be some of your motivations for applying to medical school.

Non-Clinical Roles
Lesson 5
Multidisciplinary Team

MDT is a popular term, but what does it really mean? What are the many functions in a healthcare system such as the NHS, and why do you want to be a doctor rather than another profession? Do you want to be at the forefront of healthcare? It’s critical that you appreciate different professions while simultaneously demonstrating your passion for medicine.

Multidisciplinary Team

Data Interpretation and Roleplays

8 Lessons
44
10 Hours

This Oxbridge Medicine Interview course will teach you how to inteprerate given data during your interview and how to convey it in a professional manner to secure your Oxford or Cambridge offer.

Tutorials

Lesson 1
Approaching Oxbridge Roleplays

When doing roleplays, there are many important communication aspects that one must consider in order to be successful in the Oxbridge Interview. Learn the best advice on how to approach a roleplay situation with Oxbridge Medicine Interview Course through Oxbridge Mocks on specific topics.

Approaching Oxbridge Roleplays
Lesson 2
Communication

We’ll go over how to impress your interviewers by successfully communicating during your roleplay situation.

Communication
Lesson 3
Imaginative Questions

You will be required to think outside the box and present your ideas in a professional manner during the Oxbridge Medicine Interview.

Imaginative Questions
Lesson 4
Curveball Roleplays

You will be expected to critically evaluate a scenario and explain how you would tackle it. The Oxbridge Medicine Interview course will provide you with the greatest strategies and tricks for answering such questions through examples.

Curveball Roleplays
Lesson 5
Approaching Data Interpretation

During your Oxford or Cambridge Medicine Interview, it’ll be assumed that you are familiar with the fundamentals of data interpretation. Learn best tips on how to approach data and how to draw conclusions from it.

Approaching Data Interpretation
Lesson 6
Data Interpretation

The Oxbridge Medicine Interview will assume that you are familiar with the fundamentals of data interpretation and can draw suitable inferences from the data.

Data Interpretation
Lesson 7
Approaching Calculations

Knowing calculations is very important in the medical field as a good doctor needs to know the amount of local anaesthetic to administer to the patient, amount of drug to mix in a solution before administering and much more.

Approaching Calculations
Lesson 8
Calculations

We’ll go over some calculation examples and how to tackle them together during your Oxbridge Medicine Interview.

Calculations

Academic Questions

5 Lessons
44
10 Hours

Oxford and Cambridge are the best universities in the world! Various academic questions will be asked during your Oxford and Cambridge Medicine Interview to assess your knowledge and determine whether you are ready for the challenge.

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Lesson 1
Oxford Medical Interview

Learn more about Oxford as a University and see how different Medicine Interview and Medicine degrees in Oxford compares to Cambridge.

Oxford Medical Interview
Lesson 2
Cambridge Medical Interview

Learn more about Cambridge as a University and see how different Medicine Interview and Medicine degrees in Cambridge compares to Oxford.

Cambridge Medical Interview
Lesson 3
Using STARR

We’ll look at how to respond to inquiries about work experience using the STARR framework. It’s critical to be able to arrange your questions properly, as this structure aids us in formulating responses that will impress the interviewers. Before going over the 10+ questions in the interview handbook, we’ll look at excellent and bad answers in specific.

Using STARR
Lesson 4
Medical Knowledge

You will need to know certain topics regarding medicine such as diseases and current medical research. Oxbridge Medicine Interview course will give you the best tips to ensure you are ready!

Medical Knowledge
Lesson 5
Oxbridge Mocks

We will go through different Oxbridge mock scenarios on different science topics to prepare you for the interview and to impress the interviewer.

Oxbridge Mocks

NHS
Structure

5 Lessons
44
10 Hours

A medical applicant must have a thorough understanding of the NHS and its structure. You may not know what specialty you want to pursue, but you should be aware of how GPs link to specializations and how the public and private sectors interact.

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Lesson 1
NHS Background

We’ll go over some of the foundations upon which the NHS was formed, as well as questions you might be asked about the NHS during your interview.

NHS Background
Lesson 2
NHS Constitution

We go over some of the important ideals that the NHS upholds as one of the world’s largest employers. These will be crucial when you start practicing medicine, so you should be aware of them.

NHS Constitution
Lesson 3
Health & Social Care Act I

The Conservative government overhauled the NHS in 2012, paving the way for a more “privatised” future, according to many. We’ll go through significant developments, such as the introduction of CCGs.

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

We talk about the Act’s impact and how it has affected the NHS thus far. We’ll also ask you about your thoughts on the Act and what you believe may have been done better.

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

The NHS is rapidly running out of funds and is experiencing its worst financial crisis in decades. What suggestions do you have for improving productivity? What are some cost-cutting options for the NHS? How would you divide funds if you were in charge of the NHS?

Saving Money in the NHS

Research Topics

8 Lessons
44
10 Hours

In this area, we review and debate the most important NHS news stories from the previous year. It is critical that you are aware of current events and that you follow the news on a regular basis.

Tutorials

Lesson 1
Junior Doctors' Contract

This has been a contentious topic for a long time, and in 2019, a new deal was eventually reached. What are the ramifications for junior doctors, and what were some of the stumbling blocks that delayed the contract’s implementation? What effect will this have on doctors’ working conditions, and did they get a better bargain than before?

Junior Doctors' Contract
Lesson 2
7 Day NHS

After a survey revealed that mortality rates were higher on weekends, Jeremy Hunt, the former health secretary, argued that the NHS should be fully staffed seven days a week. This caused a stir in the medical community, as services are currently supplied practically seven days a week. With more accessible operating times, general practice has become more of a seven-day service. Some of the ramifications for primary care will be discussed.

7 Day NHS
Lesson 3
Charlie Gard Case 

Charlie, who was born with encephalomyopathic mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome, is the subject of this article (MDDS). Charlie’s parents wanted him to have an experimental treatment called nucleoside bypass therapy (NBT), however Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) determined that Charlie’s health was too serious for this treatment to assist, despite the fact that Charlie was never given NBT. This sparked a national debate over autonomy and acting in a patient’s best interests, as well as international attention from the Pope and Donald Trump.

Charlie Gard Case 
Lesson 4
Brexit

The United Kingdom is still a member of the European Union in 2019. What will likely happen in the coming months is uncertain. What are the consequences of a no-deal Brexit for the NHS? What impact will Brexit have on the NHS? What effect will it have on the workforce, which includes many EU citizens? Will the NHS receive the £350 million promised by the Leave campaign? We’ll go through this in detail because it’s likely to come up during your interview.

Brexit
Lesson 5
Coronavirus

Everyone has an opinion on the COVID-19 pandemic, but how should you approach discussing it in your medical school interviews? You’ll be expected to form opinions on the pandemic’s political and public health dimensions, as well as its medical science.

Coronavirus
Lesson 6
Obesity Crisis

According to the Food And agriculture Organisation, one in every four British individuals is obese, making Britain the “fat man of Europe.” Obesity rates among youngsters are at all-time highs, and numerous divisive strategies have been implemented to tackle it. The sugar tariff is one example. The United Kingdom has now joined a limited group of countries that have enacted comparable taxes, including Mexico, France, and Norway.

Obesity Crisis
Lesson 7
A&E Waiting Times

Patients who have had to wait more than 12 hours have increased dramatically. In January 2019, hospital A&E departments had their worst month on record, with more patients than ever waiting more than four hours to be treated. Estimates predict that almost 5000 additional beds will be required, but will the funds be available? There are also discussions about removing the 4-hour breach restriction, as many people believe it ignores many aspects that are beyond the control of doctors.

A&E Waiting Times
Lesson 8
Dr Bawa-Garba

Jack Adcock, a six-year-old kid, was taken to the hospital in February 2011 with breathing problems, diarrhoea, and vomiting. Jack was admitted to the Children’s Assessment Unit at Leicester Royal Infirmary after being referred by his GP, where he was seen and assessed by junior doctor Hadiza Bawa-Garba, a ST6 paediatric registrar. The sixth year of specialist training for a ST6 junior doctor. Jack’s condition gradually deteriorated later that day, and he died. Dr. Bawa-Garba was transported to the High Court, where she was found guilty of manslaughter due to gross negligence on November 4, 2015.

Dr Bawa-Garba

Medical Ethics

6 Lessons
44
10 Hours

This section covers the most difficult element of the interview: Medical Ethics. We show you how to tackle typical ethical issues like confidentiality, organ donation, and abortion, as well as how to incorporate language like the medical pillars and GMC Guidelines into your replies.

Tutorials

Lesson 1
Pillars of Medical Ethics

These are essential to include in any Oxbridge Medicine Interview on medical ethics, and we’ll show you how to demonstrate your knowledge by using the relevant terminology when needed. We’ll talk about how each of the pillars fits into a multisystemic approach.

Pillars of Medical Ethics
Lesson 2
Euthanasia

With the launch of Dignitas, euthanasia and assisted suicide have become a hot topic in global medicine. We’ll talk about the differences between Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide before getting into the meat of why it’s outlawed in the UK.

Euthanasia
Lesson 3
Abortion

Many universities support abortion and have been asked about it for years. We’ll go over the key facts regarding the Abortion Act and talk about how and why abortion is illegal in the UK, as well as some of the reasons why women have them.

Abortion
Lesson 4
Autonomy

We delve deeper into the medical principle of autonomy, as well as when autonomy is threatened. The Mental Health Act and the Mental Capacity Act, for example, are two areas where this can be threatened, and we look into hypothetical Oxbridge Medicine Interview scenarios for these.

Autonomy
Lesson 5
Confidentiality

We talk about why confidentiality is crucial and how it can be compromised in certain situations. It’s crucial to be aware of this because the lines between right and wrong are sometimes blurred, and we put you to the test by putting you through the most difficult scenarios you could experience on interview day.

Confidentiality
Lesson 6
Organ Donation

Theresa May just announced a “opt-out” mechanism for organ donation in the United Kingdom. This means that until we opt out, we are automatically organ donors. We debate the implications of this and whether the government made the right decision. We also consider the impact in other nations where it has been in place for a longer time, such as Austria.

Organ Donation

Personality Skills

11 Lessons

One of the main reasons medical schools conduct interviews is to determine what type of doctor you will be, which is often difficult to predict based on aptitude tests and A-Levels. We will show you how to demonstrate your compassion, empathy, and organisational skills, which will help you become a great doctor.

Tutorials

Lesson 1
Skills and Qualities

Using the 5 steps of Medic Mind, you will be able to answer several personality questions with the same answers! It will also allow you to come across as confident and coherent, as well as demonstrate your diverse set of skills.

Skills and Qualities
Lesson 2
Inspiration and Emotion

In this section, we look at the classic “Who is your role model?” station while also discussing the importance of sympathy and empathy as a doctor. Interviewers frequently choose candidates with a high level of emotional intelligence to discriminate between different candidates, which we will look at here.

Inspiration and Emotion
Lesson 3
Teamwork & Leading

As a doctor, you must be able to work in a team, and we will go over scenarios in which you have worked in a team. We’ll talk about why this is important in a medical setting and how it relates to what you’ve learned in previous tutorials about motivation in medicine. Along with working in a team, you must demonstrate clear leadership and consider examples of how you could have improved your approach to team leadership.

Teamwork & Leading
Lesson 4
Organisation

Medical school can be stressful, and universities want to make sure you can handle the pressure. They’re interested in how you organise yourself and manage your time. They want to see you have a life outside of medicine as well as motivation for medicine, and we will test you on possible questions involving stress and some of the difficulties faced by medical professionals, particularly junior doctors.

Organisation
Lesson 5
Personality Scenarios

After you’ve absorbed all of the information so far, we’ll go over some scenarios that will put you to the test. This entails a combination of MMI and direct questioning. You will receive feedback on your progress thus far and will meet with your tutor to identify areas in which you need to improve further.

Personality Scenarios
Lesson 6
Academia

You will most likely be asked about some general reading you have done outside of medicine, as well as why you chose the A-Levels you did. You may be questioned about what you have learned so far in sixth form and how you intend to carry this forward into medical school.

Academia
Lesson 7
Thinking Outside the Box

This is our most requested lesson! We assist you in dealing with some of the most unexpected scenarios and questions. These are actual stations that have come up at universities, ranging from being asked who you would invite to a dinner party to where you would travel in the world!

Thinking Outside the Box
Lesson 8
MMI Practice 1

Let’s put our learning into action with real-world MMI scenarios. We will go over these with you and show you the best way to deal with them step by step. The advantage here is that you get real insight 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 learning into action with real-world MMI scenarios. We will go over these with you and show you the best way to deal with them step by step. The advantage here is that you get real insight 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

You will almost certainly be assigned to an MMI station that focuses on work experience, and you must be able to draw on your experience and go beyond what you have already written on your personal statement. This is why we pay special attention to what you’ve written in your personal statement and make sure we’ve covered all of the possible questions you’ll be asked.

Tutorials

Lesson 1
Using STARR

In this section, we will look at how to use the STARR framework when answering questions about work experience. It is critical to be able to structure your questions properly, and using this structure allows us to formulate answers that will impress the interviewers. Before going through the 10+ questions in the interview handbook, we’ll look at good and bad answers in particular.

Using STARR
Lesson 2
WE: Surgery

If you’ve had surgical work experience, we’ll go over the questions you might be asked. Interviewers ask a specific set of questions for this, so understanding it will be invaluable. Don’t worry if you haven’t had any surgical work experience; you can skip this tutorial!

WE: Surgery
Lesson 3
WE: GP Practice

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

WE: GP Practice
Lesson 4
WE: Hospital

Interviewers are frequently hospital doctors, so they will want to know what experience you gained on your placement. What suggestions do you have for improving hospital efficiency? Do you intend to work in a hospital in the future? This is one of the most important tutorials in this section, and don’t worry if you haven’t done work experience in a hospital – we’ll cover potential questions you’ll be asked.

WE: Hospital
Lesson 5
MMI Practice 1

Let’s put our learning into action with real-world MMI scenarios. We will go over these with you and show you the best way to deal with them step by step. The advantage here is that you get real insight 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 learning into action with real-world MMI scenarios. We will go over these with you and show you the best way to deal with them step by step. The advantage here is that you get real insight from tutors who have been on the other side of the interview before!

MMI Practice 2
Lesson 7
MMI Mini Mock 1

Mocks will throw you into the deep end! You’ll try out the station, which we’ll record and then watch back together to analyse what you did well and what you need to work on!

MMI Mini Mock 1
Lesson 8
MMI Mini Mock 2

Mocks will throw you into the deep end! You’ll try out the station, which we’ll record and then watch back together to analyse what you did well and what you need to work on!

MMI Mini Mock 2
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