Practice full MMI Circuits designed by doctors who are medical school tutors.
Here at Blue Peanut we do things differently…
Our MMI Circuits are designed AND invigilated by fully qualified doctors who teach at UCLAN, Manchester and Lancaster medical schools. No other provider uses tutors with our level of expertise.
During each session, you will experience 20 MMI stations. These are designed to assess the same topics used by UK medical schools in actual MMI interviews.
Each circuit lasts half a day. The topics will change in the afternoon so it is possible to book two sessions and practice two different MMI circuits.
We will base the topics on the choice of medical schools candidates have chosen on the UCAS form.
We strongly recommend you attend our medical school interview course before you sit a full MMI circuit.
Learn from qualified doctors
We teach at UK medical schools
How do I book an MMI Circuit?
Choose one of the following sessions from the drop down menu and click ‘Purchase’. Book a whole day of training and get a discount! We are currently holding our MMI Circuits in Manchester.
What is the format of the MMI Circuit and its stations on the day?
You will be given a briefing with your fellow applicants at the start of your session. You will then be paired up with another student.
Each of you will experience a full MMI circuit of 10 stations under exam conditions with the other observing and learning. You will then reverse roles and complete another 10 stations.
Your examiners will be doctors, A-level teachers, NHS leaders and university tutors. All will have extensive experience in assessments.
Following the circuit, the cohort will be provided with written feedback by email on performance. This includes where candidates did well and where you can improve.
Based on real UK MMI Interviews
We have decades of experience
20 MMI Stations per circuit
Optionally book the full day for 40 stations
Which topics are covered on the MMI circuit?
We include the following domains of the curriculum. This is subject to change as medical school interviews are always evolving: -
Motivation for medicine
Learning methods at medical school
Critical analysis stations
Teamworking and Leadership
Personal assessment stations
Current hot topics
Communication skills including empathy
Video and critique stations
Research into medical schools
Work experience station
Qualities of a doctor station
GMC - Good Medical Practice
And much more!
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