Congratulations! Interview day is amazing. Have fun, be curious, try to talk to as many people as you can. I found a lot of great resources on their website and reviewed those before interviewing, so I knew what they were looking for and how the school's programs could best tie into my professional goals.Congrats to all of those who are accepted! Hoping to convert my upcoming interview into an A. Any words of advice?
Something an M3 told me was the think about a doctor that you've really admired, and to try to emulate the bedside manners that doctor displayed! Also, I think MMIs go better when you try to enjoy and have fun during them. Hope this helps and good luck!Hello friends! Anyone have any tips on the MMI interviews? Michigan is my first and only MMI school I have been invited to and have the interview in a couple of days!
Also any suggestions or advice in general is greatly appreciated!
This tweet relates more to those who have not interviewed. Notice she says that they will be reviewing through the end of the year, which wouldn’t make sense for people who have already received an II since they interview into February. So if you already interviewed and are now deferred, your cycle isn’t over til April or May.Hi everyone! I was wondering if you guys could help me strategize based on what admissions posted here: . UMich is one of my top schools, and I was recently deferred in their last batch. They mentioned that we should send update letters, but I already sent an update letter before my deferral.
Should I sent a letter of interest or intent before the interview cycle ends? I know I won’t have any important updates till the end of the cycle, but I still want them to know that I'm really interested since others will also be sending updates. Also, does anyone know if they accept LOIs? I would love some advice. Thank you for your help