What are Multiple Mini Interviews?
Many programs, particularly those in health-related fields, use Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI) for admission into their programs. MMIs are thought to better handle the biases of interviewers, more accurately predict academic performance, and assess non-cognitive skills like interpersonal skills, professionalism, critical thinking and ethical decision making. Candidates rotate through a circuit of stations where they are asked a question or posed a scenario. Interviewees are given a short time to prepare before delivering their response. Interviewers remain at the same station assessing the same question or scenario.
Our MMI Days
We simulate the MMI environment as closely as possible and tailor the questions and scenarios based on the field. You will have the choice of 4 different time slots throughout the day.
After participating in an MMI Day, you will receive both verbal and written feedback to help improve your interview performance.
Upcoming MMIs (North Campus)
||Saturday, April 6, 2019
||8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
||2-100 SUB Career Centre
||Monday, March 18, 2019
- $60/current students in ALES (specific to Veterinary Medicine MMI Day)
- $75/students and recent graduates (within the last eight months)
Please ensure your availability prior to registering for an MMI Day as refunds will not be offered.
How to register
As our MMI Days are popular and spots are limited, early registration is recommended.
Priority will be given to those who register in person. You may also call to register; phone messages will be returned in order of receipt when in-person registrations are completed.