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Interview Conversion Kit - Medical School Expert

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SEE WHAT RESULTS MY STUDENTS ARE GETTING…

HI, I’M DR OLLIE AND I WANT TO HELP YOU GET INTO MEDICAL SCHOOL.

I know that there’s nothing more you want than to get an offer for medical school this year. I felt exactly the same way when I was applying back in 2014.

I get that preparing for an interview can both be incredibly time-consuming, not to mention a tonne of hardwork, when you’ve already got school, exams, and potentially a job or work experience all already on your plate.

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I’VE HEARD THIS MYTH TIME AND TIME AGAIN.

One of the biggest misconceptions I hear about medicine interviews is that you can’t really prepare for them. A lot of people think it’s sort of just down to your personality- if the interviewers like you as a person they’ll give you an offer and if they don’t you won’t get one.

This actually couldn’t be further from the truth.

There’s a huge amount of technical knowledge that you need to know to truly let your personality shine through on interview day. You need to know about ethical frameworks, the structure of the NHS, the duties of a junior doctor and be up to date with the latest medicine news to name just a few of the areas you need to be clued up on.

Although your family and friends mean well, just taking a deep breath and remembering to smile on interview day probably isn’t going to cut it.

I WAS BY NO MEANS THE PERFECT APPLICANT.

I actually want to tell you the story of when I was applying to medical school.

Because I didn’t know any better, I was underprepared for my interviews, gave the same bland answers as nearly every other applicant and did a terrible job of conveying my authentic motivations for studying medicine.

I still remember sitting on my bed and opening up my UCAS tracker to find out I’d been rejected.

I’d been rejected from three of the four medical schools I’d applied to, but had been lucky enough to get an offer for Leicester medical school.

I say lucky because there was definitely a lot of luck in it for me. But this feeling of rejection stayed with me and it made me realise I’d made some serious mistakes in my application.

I BEGAN TO TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE APPLICATION PROCESS.

Although I was now in medical school, I began to learn more about the application process. First, to help my girlfriend at the time who was actually applying the year after me, then to help family and friends.

As I was learning to be a doctor, I was also learning a whole lot more about the medical school application process and where I’d personally gone wrong initially.

Looking around me at medical school, I also began to make some key observations. I discovered there was absolutely nothing that set my friends who had got in the first time around apart from the people who had taken more than one attempt to get in.

They weren’t any brighter, better communicators, more motivated and indeed they’ve all gone on to become equally excellent doctors.

This told me something. This told me the system was somewhat broken as it didn’t always discriminate between applicants on quality alone.

There was definitely a bit of luck involved but there must also be some key areas that applicants can work on to stand out at interview.

INTRODUCING… THE INTERVIEW CONVERSION KIT!

This all culminated in me sitting down and deciding to start making content that can help people exactly like yourself navigate the obstacle course that is an application to medical school in the UK.

I wanted to take away the guesswork and the ‘just hope and see’ aspects of my medicine application to let you apply with the best possible chance of getting an offer.

What I’ve created is The Interview Conversion Kit. It’s an online course that will take you from zero to interview ready within thirty days!

GET READY TO LEVEL UP.

In the 10-module syllabus, I cover every key domain you need to know about to nail an interview for medical school.

You’ll learn how to craft a killer answer to ‘why do you want to be a doctor?’, how to reflect on work experience for maximum brownie points, the frameworks you need to tackle any medical ethics questions, how to take on the toughest of mmi role-play stations along with a whole host more of the best techniques and tips I’ve picked up on over the last 8 years.

You’re not going to be faced with a massive hundred-something-page interview handbook with densely packed text but rather I’ve packed everything into no-nonsense video lessons that do not beat around the bush.

I’ve also developed a number of interactive worksheets and even scripts for you to download and really workshop your answers to some of the toughest interview questions.

I’ll guide you through the whole course, as a doctor who’s actually been through the process themselves, rather than having some professional tutor who’s never actually done it tell you what to do.

EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW.

1. Introduction

Welcome to the course that can get you into medical school. I start out with a brief explanation of how the course is structured in addition to how to get the most out of the Interview Conversion Kit.

2. The Fundamentals

The fundamentals module is all about developing skills that will underpin the entirety of your interview technique. You’ll learn why making a good first impression is vital to getting off on the right foot, how you can dress to impress for a medicine interview and why your body language is sometimes more important than your words.

3. Motivation For Medicine

Medical schools only want to accept the most dedicated and highly motivated students- which is why you need to have killer answer lined up for when they inevitably ask you “why do you want to be a doctor?” This module will guide you through crafting a unique and impactful answer to “why medicine?” as well as how to avoid the most common pitfalls candidates make in answering motivation questions.

4. Personal Insight & Work Experience

In order to demonstrate personal insight, you need to first reflect on your experiences and then structure an answer to most efficiently answer an interviewer’s question. This is exactly what this module is going to teach you. You’ll learn what ‘reflection’ is and why you’re probably already doing it, how to reflect on your work experience and how to structure your answer to both example-based and opinion-based questions.

5. The NHS And People Who Work In It

As a junior doctor in the UK, you’ll almost certainly work for the NHS. So just as with any other job interview, you need to come prepared with some knowledge of your future employer. In this module, you’re going to learn the story and guiding principles behind the founding of the NHS, how it’s broadly structured, who works in it and exactly what to say if you’re asked: “why don’t you become a nurse instead?”

6. The Duties Of A Doctor

Your interviewer is never going to believe that you’re desperate to become a doctor and that you’d be great at it if you can’t actually explain what a doctor does! In this module, you’re going to learn how a doctor’s role differs from that of other health professionals, what it is that junior doctors actually spend most of their time doing day-to-day and the qualities and attributes that make a good doctor ‘good.’

7. Medical Ethics

Medical ethics are often behind some of the most challenging questions you can face at your interview. There’s rarely an easy or quick answer to ethical dilemmas. Luckily, the frameworks I’m going to teach you in this module will let you hold these quandaries up to the light of modern medical ethics, allowing you to get to the heart of what makes them so tricky.

8. Roleplay Stations

A lot of people find role-play stations to be one of the most daunting station types in an MMI. This module will teach you everything you need to know to turn the average applicant’s fear into one of your strengths. You’re going to learn how to break bad news to an actor, how to approach professional judgement role-plays, how to give instructions that will get you top marks as well as tips and techniques that are relevant to any role-play scenario.

9. Special Stations

Medical schools have been known to include a whole host of weird and wonderful stations in their MMIs. In this module, I’m going to teach you techniques for taking on the three most common of these ‘special’ stations. You’ll learn how to interpret unseen data, how to make short work of any calculation question, how to expertly describe an image and how to prioritise like a pro.

10. Final Thoughts

To finish the course, I explain what the actual day of your interview is going to be like and tell you exactly why you’re going to get an offer for medicine this year!

A ROADMAP FOR YOUR SUCCESS.

Now with this course, I absolutely cannot guarantee you an offer for medical school. What I can do is guarantee you a roadmap that will take you through every stage of your preparation. I’ll lay out exactly what you do and don’t need to know, leaving you with more free time to concentrate on other aspects of your application, school, university or work.

Can you get an offer without this course? Absolutely. But I know you’ll have a much better chance of avoiding rejection if you join me.

If the worst does happen, and you get four out of four rejections, you’ll be in a tough situation. You’re now set back a year from your peers, meaning you’ve just lost out on about £27,000 as you’ll start work as a doctor one year later.

Not only this, but you’ll have to undertake the whole application cycle again. And if you don’t get in a second time round this can mean you’re looking at an undergraduate degree you’re not really passionate about before applying to medicine as a postgraduate.

For your non-medicine undergraduate degree you’ll have three years of nine grand university fees which is £27,000, plus living costs equaling £39,000 in total.

If we add on the £27,000 in lost earnings, getting rejected from medical school twice could end up costing you £66,000!

I promise you I’m not just making this up for dramatic effect. I’ve got friends who were in this exact situation when I met them as a fresher at medical school.

I’M INITIALLY RELEASING THE INTERVIEW CONVERSION KIT FOR ONLY £197 (BUT THIS WILL INEVITABLY END UP HAVING TO GO UP).

For this early-bird price, you’ll get lifetime access to the course, as well as immediate access to any new content I add in the future.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

THE RISK-FREE GUARANTEE.

I’m confident you’re going to love it, but if for whatever reason the Interview Conversion Kit falls short of what you were expecting you’ll be covered by a 30-day money-back guarantee, no questions asked.

Unlike some other courses out there I’m not going to make you send me proof you watched all the lessons or completed all the worksheets.

If you join the course and don’t like the way I styled my hair in one of the lessons, I’ll give you your money back!

All you’ll have to do is send me a quick email and I’ll refund you as soon as I can.

THE HOT TOPICS PODCAST (BONUS)

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Interviewers love to check a candidate’s understanding of the current issues facing the NHS, as well as key cases in the health service’s history.

To keep you abreast of the latest developments, I created the Hot Topics Podcast exclusively for Interview Conversion Kit users.

Each episode tackles a different NHS hot topic, looking at what happened, the issues at play and the lasting impact on the health service as a whole.

The audio episodes are all fully downloadable so you can prepare for your interview while running, driving or walking the dog!

The Interview Conversion Kit

You’ll be ready to convert interviews into offers within 30 days

£197

Lifetime access

✅ Everything You Need To Succeed At Interview

✅ Entirely Delivered By Dr Ollie

✅ 42 No-Nonsense Lessons

✅ Over 5 Hours Of Video Content

✅ Interactive Worksheets And Scripts

✅ Podcast Episodes On The Latest NHS Hot Topics

✅ Early Bird Personalised Feedback Bonus

30-day 100% money-back guarantee

YOUR EARLY BIRD BONUS.

Now to top it all off, I want to offer you something to thank you for being one of my early students The first 100 people who enrol in the course are going to get an incredible bonus that I just wouldn’t be able to offer to more people.

If you’re seeing this message, the bonus is still available!

If you send me a video recording of you answering an interview question of your choice, I will personally record and send a voice note with specific feedback for your answer.

You could use this bonus to put the finishing touches on your ‘why medicine answer,’ use it to see what I think about your ethical reasoning or even check your understanding of what junior doctors actually do.

Just take a selfie video of you answering and email it in along with the question you’ve chosen.

There’s nothing more valuable than personalised individual feedback so I’d really recommend taking advantage of this while it’s still available!

F.A.Q.

“I KNOW I NEED TO PREPARE FOR MY MEDICINE INTERVIEW BUT I’M JUST NOT SURE WHAT I NEED TO REVISE?”

I’ve specifically crafted the 10-module syllabus of the Interview Conversion Kit to hit every key domain you need to know about for your medicine interview.

By following the course, you can be confident that come interview day you’re not going to be caught out by questions on a topic you’ve never even heard of before.

“HOW LONG DO I NEED TO SPEND PREPARING FOR MY MEDICINE INTERVIEW?”

There’s not one exact timeline that every candidate needs to follow in the run-up to their interview. Being overprepared is always going to be better than being underprepared, but you do need to consider the risk of burning out from beasting yourself too far out from your interview date.

I’ve designed the course so that you could steadily work through it within 30 days. This will give you plenty of time to process and digest the content.

However, if you have less time, you’ll just need to work through the modules at a faster pace. There’s nothing to stop you from getting interview ready within one week- it will just be a tough week!

“WILL THE INTERVIEW CONVERSION KIT GUARANTEE I GET AN OFFER?”

There’s only one person who can secure an offer to medical school for yourself. And that’s you.

With the Interview Conversion Kit, I’m aiming to give you all the tools you need to make your medicine application a successful one. However, as much as I’d like to be able to, I can’t guarantee success.

You still need to put in a lot of hard work- researching the specific medical schools you’re applying to, keeping up to date with medicine in the news, actually practicing your interview technique…

This course isn’t a one-stop shop to guaranteed success but it will put you in the perfect position to achieve a stellar interview performance when combined with true motivation to become a doctor.