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When are medicine interviews sent out by? Sumaiya, Bradford


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Norwich Medical School has a proven reputation for training our students to be the best doctors they can be. We interview our applicants as part of the application for studying medicine. 

We send interview invites out for MBBS Medicine (A100) at the end of November each year and we interview throughout December, January and February. 

Applicants are invited to take part in an OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) style interview, also known as a Multiple Mini Interview (MMI). During the interview, each applicant rotates through a series of rooms, known as 'stations'. They will spend 5 minutes at each of the 7 stations, with a 1.5 minutes changeover/preparation time between each. 

Applicants are scored by interviewers at each station and we collate these scores at the end of the interview process (in March) and make offers to those with the highest interview score. We take into account 50% interview score and 50% UKCAT when making this decision. All decisions go out in March.

Please go to to our medicine FAQ to explore more questions and answers about studying medicine at UEA. 

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