Boston University

Boston University is a privately owned nonsectarian research university situated in Boston, Massachusetts. The university, at present has around 33,000 students and 3,800 faculty members and stands as one of the largest employers of the city. The Boston University Medical Campus is situated in the South End of Boston and imparts education through some of its key segments including:

  • The School of Public Health
  • Boston University School of Medicine
  • Division of Graduate Medical Sciences of the School of Medicine
  • Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine

Interview Preparation

Though there is no clear indication as to whether or not you would be required to appear for an interview in order to secure an admission in this university, its always better to prepare yourself for one. Please remember that preparing for medical schools or colleges is a different ballgame than that of preparation for any other course.

As a future medical practitioner you should prepare yourself for the pressing demands of your job. Your preparation starts from your interview itself. Given below are a few tips that you can avail while preparing for a medicine school.

Start off with your preparing your subject (here, medicine) thoroughly. There might be portions of your course that you had not been able to understand completely before your written examinations. Make sure you’re clarifying doubts and revising chapters which posed no problems at all, as well. As you keep revising your subject, go through possible interview questions thoroughly and prepare answers accordingly. Take online aid for this purpose. Besides, preparing your subject make sure you’re going through the general interview questions and framing answers as well. They include:

  • Why are you willing to join the Boston University?
  • What do you think is the general condition of our health industry today?
  • Why are you so interested in studying medicine?
  • What do you know about our medical faculty?

Beating stress and pre-interview jitters is an important component of preparing yourself for the day. Too much of stress, nervousness and anxiety can spoil the day even for the best of the candidates. So make sure that you’re taking due steps to eliminate such chances to the best of your ability. Prepare questions and answers, rehearse and take time out to relax and stay calm as well.

Look up some online videos in a bid to understand the body language that is adopted at interviews. In an interview you would be closely examined on the way you carry yourself besides your ability to answer questions.

If possible go through the personal experiences of the previous interviewees online. This would help you in getting a hang of what a personal interview us like at The Boston University Medical Campus.

Some of the other Qualities You Would be Judged On

  • Problem Solving Ability (Most of the medical universities conduct Multiple-Mini Interviews for this purpose)
  • Communication Skills
  • Sense of Responsibility towards Patients and their Problems

Other Tips

  • Be punctual
  • Dress appropriately
  • Do not turn up unprepared or half prepared for the interview
  • Devote due time for learning about the medical university





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