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Preparing for the medical school interview is like preparing for the MCAT. You need to practice, practice, practice. The Premed Playbook: Guide to the Medical School Interview is a compilation of all of the experience that Dr. Gray has received from discussing the medical school admissions process with experts on The Premed Playbook podcast. Learn why crafting YOUR story is so important. Why being different is better than being better. Start crafting answers to the almost 600 example interview questions included. Read through over 50 transcripts from real interview answers as well as the feedback that Dr. Gray gave students who crushed their interviews. This book will prepare you like no other for your medical school interview.
Here is what one Admissions Committee member is saying:
“Dr. Gray has compiled a very detailed, comprehensive, and practical book on the medical school interview. What makes this book so unique is his emphasis on the introspective process. Instead of simply providing a checklist of do’s and don’ts, he challenges the reader to examine their strengths and weaknesses and gives them a blueprint on how to put their best foot forward. His advice is real-world and complied by many interviewers, including myself, who have years of experience interviewing medical school applicants. I highly recommend this book as a fundamental preparation tool for the application process.”
Gregory M. Polites, MD
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Chairman of the Central Subcommittee on Admissions
Washington University School of Medicine